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LINGUIST List 24.2467

Mon Jun 17 2013

Calls: Computational Linguistics, Text/Corpus Linguistics/France

Editor for this issue: Alison Zaharee <alisonlinguistlist.org>

Date: 17-Jun-2013
From: Guadalupe Aguado-de-Cea <lupefi.upm.es>
Subject: Terminology and Artificial Intelligence
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Full Title: Terminology and Artificial Intelligence
Short Title: TIA2013

Date: 28-Oct-2013 - 30-Oct-2013
Location: Paris, France
Contact Person: Guadalupe Aguado-de-Cea, Nathalie Aussenac-Giles
Meeting Email: < click here to access email >
Web Site: http://flores.lipn.univ-paris13.fr/tia2013/

Linguistic Field(s): Computational Linguistics; Text/Corpus Linguistics

Call Deadline: 28-Jun-2013

Meeting Description:

Terminologie et Intelligence Artificielle TIA 2013
Terminology and Artificial Intelligence TIA 2013
Terminology for a Networked Society: Recent Advances in Multilingual Knowledge-based Resources

Paris, 28-29-30 October 2013

TIA 2013 will be the 10th in a series of successful events which, for the most part, initially took place in the francophone world. Over a period of almost 20 years - the first conference was held in 1995 - TIA has increasingly attracted the attention of many researchers and practitioners all over the world, and its work has become truly international.

The aim of TIA 2013 is to provide an overview of the new ways in which multilingual terminology is present in an ever-increasing networked society, and to pay special attention both to the methods applied in the conceptualization of domain knowledge and to the applications and tools that will meet the requirements of e-society. In this way, terminology, linguistics and knowledge engineering provide the basis on which many other disciplines develop their applications such as domain ontologies, natural language processing tools, multilingual knowledge-based tools and web-based linguistic applications. New approaches to the standardization and to the reuse and integration of different tools designed to facilitate work in institutions, companies and society in general will be welcome.

The TIA 2013 Conference aims to promote interdisciplinary research focusing on the intersection of different disciplines that deal with terminological aspects and knowledge engineering resources. Discussions may address both theoretical questions and methodological aspects on these issues, as well as interdisciplinary approaches developed to facilitate convergence and co-operation in terminological aspects of importance to society.

Final Call for Papers:

Extended deadline: 28 June 2013

Topics of Interest:

Terminology and Ontology Acquisition and Management:

- Applying pattern recognition to enriching terminological resources
- Lexicons, thesauri and ontologies as semantic resources
- Lexicons and ontologies as means for knowledge transfer
- Reusing, standardizing and merging terminological or ontological resources
- Multilingual terminology extraction
- Multilinguality and multimodality in terminological resources
- Management of language resources

Terminology and Knowledge Representation:

- Ontological semantics and linguistics
- Ontology localization
- Development of multimedia terminological resources
- Terminology alignment in parallel corpora and other lexical resources
- Representation of terms and conceptual relations in knowledge-based applications
- Comparative studies of terminological resources and/or ontological resources from different languages, domains and approaches
- Terminological resources in the 21st century
- Harmonization of format and standards in terminological resources

Terminology and Ontologies for Applications:

- Interoperability and reusability in knowledge-based tools and applications
- Models and metamodels in annotating semantic and terminological resources
- New R &D directions in terminology for industrial uses and needs


TIA 2013 solicits both regular papers, which present significant work, and short papers, which typically present work in progress or a smaller, focused contribution. The program committee may decide to change the category of a paper before acceptance. Papers can be written either in English or French.

Regular papers should not exceed 8 pages in ACL-HLT 2011 format (see below for LaTeX and MS Word style files), including figures, examples and references. The mode of presentation of long papers (orally or as posters) will be decided based on the nature rather than on the quality of the work.

Short papers should not exceed 4 pages in the same format as regular papers. They will also be presented orally or as posters at the conference depending on the nature of the work.

Authors should submit the papers in PDF through the TIA submission page at https://www.easychair.org/conferences/?conf=tia2013.

At the submission page, the author(s) must provide the following information:

1. Name(s) of author(s)
2. Affiliation(s), addresses, fax and email
3. Title of the paper
4. 5 to 10 key words in English or in French (in both languages if possible)
5. Abstract in English or in French (in both languages if possible) (200 words maximum for each)

As the reviewing will be blind, the paper itself must not include the authors’ names and affiliations at submission time. Furthermore, self-references that reveal the author’s identity, e.g., ‘We previously showed (Smith, 1991) ...’, must be avoided. Instead, use citations such as ‘Smith previously showed (Smith, 1991) ...’. Reviews of full papers (long and short) will be performed by three reviewers.

Styles Files:

Authors are required to use the following style files so that the papers follow the conference format.

Latex: http://flores.lipn.univ-paris13.fr/tia2013/TIA2013LaTex.zip
MS Word: http://flores.lipn.univ-paris13.fr/tia2013/TIA2013word.zip

Important: Remove authors’ information from your manuscripts when submitting them for blind review (see above)!

Important Dates:

Abstract submission: 28 June 2013
Paper submission (long and short papers): 5 July 2013
Notification to authors: 3 September 2013
Final camera-ready paper due: 23 September 2013
Conference: 17-19 October 2013

Call for Workshops and Tutorials:

Submission deadline: 10 July 2013

Timeline for Workshops:

10 July 2013: Workshop proposal deadline
17 July 2013: Notification of acceptance
25 July 2013: Proposed date for sending workshop CFP
10 September 2013: Proposed paper due date
30 September 2013: Proposed notification of acceptance
10 October 2013: Camera-ready deadline
30 October 2013: Workshops and tutorials

Submission Information:

Proposals for a workshop or a tutorial should contain:

- A title and brief (2-page max) description of the workshop topic and content, or the tutorial scope and pedagogic objective
- The proposed format: call for papers, panel, criteria for participant selections, outline of the tutorial, etc.
- The proposed duration: full-day or half-day.
- An estimate of the number of attendees.
- The names, postal addresses, phone numbers, and email addresses of the organizers.
- In the case of workshops, a list of potential members of the program committee if any, with an indication of which members have already agreed.
- A description of special requirements for technical needs.

The TIA programme committee will select workshop proposals based on their quality and relevance.

Submissions and information requests should be sent by email to: tia2013easychair.org.

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