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Contribute to building the LREC Language Library!

After the success of the LRE Map introduced in LREC 2010 – now used in many Conferences as a normal step in the submission procedure – LREC 2012 recognises that time is ripe to launch another important initiative, the LREC Language Library!

The LREC Language Library will also be a collaborative enterprise of the LREC Community, an important contribution to the community-built Open Resource Infrastructure.

ELRA will prepare an LREC Repository, part of the META-SHARE network, hosting a number of resources on all modalities (speech, text, images, etc.) in as many languages as possible. When submitting a paper, you will be invited to process some pieces of this data, in the appropriate language(s) for you, in one or more of the possible dimensions that your submission addresses (e.g. POS-tag the data, extract/annotate named entities, annotate temporal information, disambiguate word senses, transcribe audio, etc.) and put the processed data back in the LREC Repository.

The processed data will be made available to all the LREC participants before the conference, to be compared and analysed, and at LREC we will organise some event around them with your help!

This collaborative work on annotation/transcription/extraction/… over the same data and on a large number of processing dimensions will set the ground for a large Language Library, linked to the LRE Map for the description of the data, where everyone can deposit/create processed data of any sort – all our “knowledge” about language.

Hot Topic: Speech & Multimodal Resources

Speech and Multimodal Resources are the special topics for LREC 2012, and submissions dedicated to these modalities are encouraged! Also papers integrating speech and/or multimodal with written resources are particularly welcome.

 
 
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