Appel à communications : « Terminology in the 21st century: many faces, many places » (Term21) 20 juin 2022

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Terminology in the 21st century: many faces, many places

The workshop on Terminology in the 21st century: many faces, many placesTerm 21 – will take place on June 20, 2022, in the afternoon, co-located with LREC 2022 in Marseille, France.
This half-day workshop aims to provide a discussion forum on the theoretical and methodological approaches that have characterised Terminology in recent years. In particular, we would like to focus on its connection to the Linguistic Linked (Open) Data paradigm and to Semantic Web technologies through the use of ontologies and how this promotes the creation of interoperable terminological resources in multiple domains and applications, such as Digital Humanities, e-lexicography, or eHealth. The workshop also focuses on exploring the advantages and challenges underlying current Terminology-related standards, as well as on available resources and case studies.
Following on from previous initiatives at LREC set up by members of our organising and program committees – “Computational computer-assisted terminology” (Lisbon, 2004), “Terminology design: quality criteria and evaluation methods (TermEval)” (Genova, 2006), and “Joint Second Workshop on Language and Ontology & Terminology and Knowledge Structures (LangOnto2 + TermiKS)” (Portoroz, 2016) – Term21 is initiated within the framework of both the COST Action NexusLinguarum – European network for Web-centred Linguistic Data Science (CA 18209) and of the MORDigital project – Digitalização do Diccionario da Lingua Portugueza de António de Morais Silva [PTDC/LLTLIN/6841/2020]

Main topics

The main topics of this cross-domain workshop, which comprises oral presentations and a concluding panel, include, but are not limited to:
    ○ Definitions
    ○ Terminology and Information Retrieval
    ○ Terminology and Information Science
    ○ Terminology and Knowledge Organisation
    ○ Terminology and Lexicography
    ○ Lexical and conceptual relations
    ○ Lexical/Textual Resource modelling, annotation, and conversion to Linked Data
    ○ Terminology and Linguistic Linked (Open) Data
    ○ Terminology and Natural Language Processing and AI
    ○ Ontologies
    ○ Semantic Web and the Web of Data
    ○ Terminology and Standards
    ○ Term formation, neoterms
    ○ Terminology extraction
    ○ Text mining

Call for Papers

We invite you to submit a 1,000-word abstract to
Accepted proposals will be asked to submit a full paper (4-8 pages long) to be included in the LREC proceedings. Templates and author instructions are available here.
Please note the following important dates:

  • April 8, 2022 Abstract submission deadline
  • April 29, 2022 Notification of acceptance
  • May 27, 2022 Full paper submission deadline

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