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S4 - Social Networking and Web 2.0 Methods for Language Resources

Friday 12th February 2010 - 9:00-11.00

Chair: Jan Odijk - Rapporteur: Gerhard Budin

 
Introduction
Jan Odijk (Universiteit Utrecht, NL / Chair) Overview
 
Introductory Talk
Federated Operation for Service-Oriented Language Resource Sharing
Toru Ishida (Kyoto University, JP) and Yohei Murakami (NICT, JP)
Position Paper Presentation
Contributions
Linguamón Audiovisual, a new interactive, social-oriented portal devoted to languages
Marta Xirinachs (Linguamón - Casa de les Llengües, SP) and Sergi Fernández (i2CAT Foundation - Cluster Audiovisual, SP)
Position Paper Presentation
How can the Web 2.0 be useful in collecting data? The Sorosoro experience
Rozenn Milin (Fondation Chirac, FR)
Position Paper Presentation
How to keep distributed efforts for developing semantic vocabularies together?
Piek Vossen (VUA, NL)
Position Paper Presentation
Extracting social and knowledge networks from LREC registration data
Thierry Declerck (DFKI, DE)
Position Paper Presentation
Proposition for a web 2.0 version of linguistic resource creation
Gregory Grefenstette (Exalead, FR)
Position Paper Presentation
Social Translation: How Massive Online Collaboration Could Take Machine Translation to the Next Level
Juan Antonio Pérez-Ortiz (Universidad de Alicante, SP)
Position Paper Presentation
What's the difference? - Comparing Expert-Built and Collaboratively-Built Lexical Semantic Resources
Torsten Zesch (Technische Universität Darmstadt, DE)
Position Paper Presentation
Using the Amazon Mechanical Turk for the production of Language Resources
Gilles Adda (LIMSI-CNRS, FR)
Position Paper Presentation
 
Discussants
Laurent Prévot (LPL, Université de Provence, FR)
Francesco Ronzano (CNR-IIT, IT)
  

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For a thorough description of the session see the S4 - Social Networking and Web 2.0 Methods for Language Resources section.