Event Modelling for Multilingual Document Linking

LREC 2002 Workshop


Las Palmas, Canary Islands

June 2, 2002

The Workshop Programme

Agenda (Morning Session)

Technical Papers (8:00-9:20)

8:00-8:20 'Multilingual Terminology Databanks for Web Mining'
António Ribeiro, Universidade Nova de Lisboa

8:20-8:40 'Grammar Learning by Partition Search'
Anja Belz, ITRI University of Brighton

8:40-9:00 'A Semantic-driven Approach to Hypertextual Authoring'
R. Basili, A. Moschitti, M.T. Pazienza and F.M. Zanzotto, University of Rome, Tor Vergata

9:00-9:20 'Advantages of ontology-based user profiling in the NAMIC project'
Jan De Bo and Ben Majer, VUB STARLab, University of Brussels

9:20-10:05 Invited Talk 'Methods, representation and linguistic bias
in Adaptive IE' Roberto Basili, University of Rome, Tor Vergata

10:05-10:25 Coffee

Technical Papers (10:25-11:45)

10:25-10:45 'Description of Events: An Analysis of Keywords and Indexical
Names' Khurshid Ahmad, Paulo C F de Oliveira, Pensiri Manomaisupat,
Matthew Casey and Tugba Taskaya, University of Surrey

10:45-11:05 'Learning IE patterns: a terminolgy extraction perspective.'
Roberto Basili, Maria Teresa Pazienza, Fabio Massimo Zanzotto, University of
Rome, Tor Vergata

11:05-11:25 'Unsupervised Event Clustering in Multilingual News Streams'
Martijn Spitters and Wessel Kraaij, Department of Multimedia Technology &
Statistics, The Netherlands

11:25-11:45 'Large-scale Multilingual Information Extraction'
R. Catizone, A. Setzer and N. Webb, Univeristy of Sheffield

11:45-12:30 Invited Talk: 'User Driven Information Extraction for the Web'
Fabio Cirevegna, University of Sheffield

12:30-1:30 Panel and Round Table on Adaptive Technologies and their implications on
advanced HLT applications (IR, IE, Q&A and KM)


Nino Varile (EC Commission)
F. Gardin (AISoftware)
Y. Wilks (Univeristy of Sheffield)
M.T. Pazienza (University of Rome, Tor Vergata)
Francesco Danza (Knowledge Stones S.p.A.)
Remi Zajac (Systran Software)