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Sun Nov 08 2009

Confs: Computational Linguistics/Germany

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        1.    Helene Mazo, Multilingual Information Access Technology Transfer Day

Message 1: Multilingual Information Access Technology Transfer Day
Date: 08-Nov-2009
From: Helene Mazo <mazoelda.org>
Subject: Multilingual Information Access Technology Transfer Day
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Multilingual Information Access Technology Transfer Day
Short Title: MLIA


Date: 08-Dec-2009 - 08-Dec-2009
Location: Berlin, Germany
Contact: Helene Mazo
Contact Email: < click here to access email >

Linguistic Field(s): Computational Linguistics

Meeting Description:

The Multilingual Information Access (MLIA) Technology Transfer Day will take place on 8 December 2009 in the World Business Alliance Center in Berlin. The event is promoted by the TrebleCLEF project.

The registration is still open. Participation is free of charge but places are limited.

Register now at http://celct.isti.cnr.it/MLIA-Day/

The aim of the MLIA Technology Transfer Day is to facilitate a two-way communication of research priorities, advances and results between researchers, software developers and users.

The event will begin with the presentation of a set of Best Practice recommendations in the areas of MLIA System Development and Search Assistance, Test Collection Creation, Evaluation Methodologies and Language Processing Technologies.

Key speakers from the business and application communities will present their experiences, requirements and problems with respect to Multilingual Information Access.

There will also be a demo session and a panel discussion on the current state of the art, focusing on those areas where the application communities have problems in identifying the best solutions for their particular requirements.

Join us for an in-depth discussion on key issues in the Multilingual Information Access domain.

For more details contact:

Pamela Forner, CELCT, at fornercelct.it
Tel: +39 0461 314804



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