GLOBALEX 2018 – LREC pre-conference workshop
Miyazaki, Japan, 8 May 2018

Lexicography & WordNets – Workshop Program

9:00-9:10         Introduction Ilan Kernerman and Simon Krek
9:10-9:30         WordNets and Lexicography Francis Bond

9:30-10:30       Session 1

  • ELEXIS – European Lexicographic Infrastructure: Contributions to and from the Linguistic Linked Open Data. Thierry Declerck, John McCrae, Roberto Navigli, Ksenia Zaytseva and Tanja Wissik
  • The Diachronic Semantic Lexicon of Dutch as Linked Open Data. Katrien Depuydt and Jesse de Does
  • Linked Open Data for the Historical Lexicography of Old French. Sabine Tittel and Christian Chiarcos

10:30-11:00     Break

11:00-12:40     Session 2

  • WordNet for “Easy” Textual Inferences.Aikaterini-Lida Kalouli, Livy Real and Valeria dePaiva
  • Attempts at Visualization of Etymological Information. Armin Hoenen
  • Options for a Lexicographic Treatment of Negation in Zulu. Sonja Bosch and Gertrud Faaβ
  • Developing a Multi-Functional e-Spelling-Dictionary – a South African Perspective. Elsabe Taljard and Daniel Prinsloo
  • Blockchain Lexicography: Prototyping the Collaborative, Participatory Post-Dictionary. Daniel McDonald and Eveline Wandl-Vogt

12:40-14:20     Lunch

14:20-15:20     Session 3

  • A Methodology for Locating Translations of Specialized Collocations. Marie-Claude L’Homme, Nathalie Prévil and Benoît Robichaud
  • The Role of Conceptual Relations in the Drafting of Natural Language Definitions: An Example from the Biomedical Domain. Sara Carvalho, Rute Costa and Christophe Roche
  • Towards the Construction of a Lexical Data and Technology Ecosystem: The Experience of ILC-CNR. Monica Monachini and Anas Fahad Khan

15:20-16:00     Posters

  • Integrating Prepositions in WordNets: Relations, Glosses and Visual Description. Raquel Amaro
  • Presenting the Nenufar Project: A Diachronic Digital Edition of the Petit Larousse Illustré. Hervé Bohbot, Francesca Frontini, Giancarlo Luxardo, Mohamed Khemakhem and Laurent Romary
  • Crafting a Lexicon of Referential Expressions for NLG Applications. Ariel Gutman, Alexandros Andre Chaaraoui and Pascal Fleury
  • Enhancing Usability for Automatically Structuring Digitised Dictionaries. Mohamed Khemakhem, Axel Herold and Laurent Romary
  • The EcoLexiconSemantic Sketch Grammar: From Knowledge Patterns to Word Sketches. Pilar León-Araúz and Antonio San Martín
  • Combining Dictionaries, WordNets and other Lexical Resources – Advantages and Challenges. Bolette Pedersen, Sanni Nimb, Sussi Olsen and Nicolai Sørensen

16:00-16:30     Break

16:30-18:00     Discussion Simon Krek, Ilan Kernerman and Francis Bond

  • Conclusions