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Program, presentations and proceedings

Proceedings

The proceedings are available online: http://openarchive.cbs.dk/handle/10398/9323

Presentations

Presentations from the invited speakers and from other contributors (name and title in blue) are available below.

22-23 June - Main conference

Invited speakers:

Eva M. Méndez Rodríguez: You call it Terminology, I call it Vocabularies: LOV for data in open science and cultural heritage
Professor   and    Deputy Vice-President for Strategy and Digital Education at Universidad Carlos III de Madrid
The slides are available here Sebastian Hellmann: Challenges, Approaches and Future Work for Linguistic Linked Open Data (LLOD)
Head of the AKSW/KILT research group at Leipzig University - http://aksw.org/Groups/KILT
Executive Director of the DBpedia Association at InfAI
The slides are available here (Abstract available in the left-hand menu)

Session 1: Termbanks & terminology management

Chair: Gerhard Heyer Bruno Nahod: Can Big National Term Banks Maintain Complex Cross-Domain Conceptual Relations? Miki Iwai, Kyo Kageura & Koichi Takeuchi: Cross-lingual structual correspondence between terminologies: The case of English and Japan
Hanne Erdman Thomsen & Bodil Nistrup Madsen: The DANTERM Model revisited
 

Session 2: Terminology, quality and evaluation

Chair: Charlotte Pedersen
Christina Valentini: Quality Control in Terminology Management (presented by Geoffrey Westgate)
. Barbara Heinisch-Obermoser: Web Interfaces of Terminological Databases that are Available on the Internet from a Usability Perspective Firas Hmida, Emmanuel Morin, Béatrice Daille & Emmanuel Planas: A Bilingual KRC Concordancer for Assisted Translation Revision based on Specialized Comparable Corpora

Session 3: Terminology, corpora & term extraction

Chair: Sebastian Hellmann
Lotte Weilgaard Christensen: Semi-automatic Evaluation of Terminological Web-crawled Corpora
. Gerhard Heyer, Cathleen Kantner, Andreas Niekler, Maximilian Overbeck & Gregor Wiedemann:  Modeling the dynamics of domain specific terminology in diachronic corpora
Alfredo Maldonado & Dave Lewis: Self-tuning ongoing terminology extraction retrained on terminology validation

Session 4: Terminology & semantic annotations

Chair: Gernot Hebenstreit
Wandji Tchami Ornella: Acquiring Verb Frames for a Text Simplification Lexicon in the Medical Domain
. Maria Pozzi: Design of a corpus for mathematical knowledge transfer to 6 to 12 year-old children Antonio Pareja-Lora: Enabling Linked-Data-Based Semantic Annotations – the Ontological Modeling of Semantics in the OntoLingAnnot Model

Session 5: Terminology, ontologies & linked data

Chair: Eva Méndez Rodriguez Julia Bosque-Gil, Elena Montiel-Ponsoda, Jorge Gracia & Guadalupe Aguado-De-Cea: Terminoteca RDF: a Gathering Point for Multilingual Terminologies in Spain Bruno Almeida, Christophe Roche & Rute Costa: Terminology and ontology development in the domain of Islamic archaeology Sara Carvalho, Rute Costa & Christophe Roche:  LESS Can Indeed Be More: Linguistic and Conceptual Challenges in the Age of Interoperability

Session 6: Terminology & knowledge organization systems

Chair: Anita Nuopponen Andreas Ledl & Jakob Voß: Describing Knowledge Organization Systems in BARTOC and JSKOS Mara Alagic, Tatiana Orel & Glyn Rimmington: Toward Dynamic Representations of ThirdPlaceLearning .

Instructions for speakers:

In the program there is a slot of 30 minutes for each paper. Your presentation should, however, not exceed 25 minutes. In this way 5 minutes are left for questions and discussion, and for switching between presentations. Please use the PC available in the room, which is connected to a projector. Your presentation file should be copied from a USB memory stick to the PC beforehand, thus avoiding any loss of time during the session. Therefore, we kindly ask you to contact the chair person in the presentation room during the break preceding the session (at least 10 minutes before start of the session) in order to provide him/her with the file of the presentation. There is no template for presentations, feel free to use your own.

Last updated by: Hanne Erdman Thomsen 20/12/2016