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WORKSHOP PROGRAMME

Monday, March 30, 2009

9:00–9:15Welcome
9:15–10:15Invited Talk by Martin Doerr (Centre for Cultural Informatics, Institute of Computer Science, Foundation for Research and Technology - Hellas, Greece): Information Integration in Cultural Heritage - the CIDOC CRM and Language Technology
10:15–10:30 Moderated Discussion
10:30–11:00 Coffee Break
11:00–11:30 Guenther Goerz and Martin Scholz:
Content Analysis of Museum Documentation in a Transdisciplinary Perspective
11:30–12:00 Stasinos Konstantopoulos, Vangelis Karkaletsis and Dimitris Bilidas:
An intelligent authoring environment for abstract semantic representations of cultural object descriptions
12:00–12:20 Jelena Prokić, Martijn Wieling and John Nerbonne:
Multiple sequence alignments in linguistics
12:20–12:45 Martijn Wieling, Jelena Prokić and John Nerbonne:
Evaluating the pairwise string alignment of pronunciations
12:45–14:00 Lunch Break
14:00–15:00Invited talk by Tamás Váradi (Research Institute for Linguistics, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Hungary): Reaching out to the Humanities: The CLARIN Vision, Achievements and Perspectives
The CLARIN (Common Language Resources and Technology Infrastructure) project is a research infrastructure project that aims to provide language technology support to researchers, particularly in the Humanities and Social Sciences. The talk will present an overview of the CLARIN project, which is currently in its second year of the three-year preparatory phase. It will discuss the background, the structure and organisation of work, what the project aspires to achieve and what it cannot undertake at this stage. In particular, I will focus on collaboration with the Humanities and Social Sciences fields, presenting a survey of resources the CLARIN community already has and discuss some workflow scenarios that have been suggested. One instrument of exploring ways of collaboration with the HSS fields is to engage in joint work with selected projects. To this end, CLARIN has issued an open Call for collaboration with projects, which is just about to close at the time of the talk. We are seeking other ways of collaboration and building links with the research communities. Apart from providing information on the objectives and the current state of progress of CLARIN, the talk aims to initiate a dialogue with workshop participants so I intend to leave plenty of time for discussion.
15:00–15:20 Voula Giouli, Nikos Glaros, Kiril Simov and Petya Osenova:
A web-enabled and speech-enhanced parallel corpus of Greek - Bulgarian cultural texts
15:20–15:40 Barbara McGillivray and Marco Passarotti:
The Development of the "Index Thomisticus" Treebank Valency Lexicon
15:40–16:00 Fei Xia and William Lewis:
Applying NLP Technologies to the Collection and Enrichment of Language Data on the Web to Aid Linguistic Research
16:00–16:30Coffee Break
16:30–16:55 Marieke van Erp, Antal van den Bosch, Sander Wubben and Steve Hunt:
Instance-Driven Discovery of Ontological Relation Labels
16:55–17:20 Milena Dobreva and Nikola Ikonomov:
The Role of Metadata in the Longevity of Cultural Heritage Resources
17:20–18:00 Moderated Discussion; Closing

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