The Antonio Zampolli Prize was awarded for the first time at LREC 2004 to Fredrick Jelinek, from John Hopkins University, Baltimore, USA.
The presentation can be viewed here .
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CONSORTIA AND PROJECT MEETINGS
Consortia or projects wishing to take this opportunity for organising meetings should contact Khalid Choukri .
LREC 2006 is the fifth edition of the the Language Resources and Evaluation Conference. Here is a brief overview of the previous editions, in terms of participation, main topics of interest and location.
LREC 98, the first LREC, was organised in Granada (Spain): 197 papers and posters were presented, with about 510 registered participants from 38 different countries from all continents. Among these, the largest group came from Spain (81 participants), followed by France (75), USA (73), (...)
Nicoletta Calzolari (Conference chair), Istituto di Linguistica Computazionale del CNR, Pisa, Italy
Khalid Choukri, ELRA, Paris, France
Aldo Gangemi, Istituto di Scienze e Tecnologie della Cognizione del CNR, Roma, Italy
Bente Maegaard, CST, University of Copenhagen, Denmark
Joseph Mariani, LIMSI-CNRS, Orsay, France
Jan Odijk, Nuance Communications International, Merelbeke, Belgium and UIL-OTS, Utrecht, The Netherlands
Daniel Tapias, Telefonica Moviles, Madrid, Spain
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The following non-exhaustive list gives some examples of topics which may be addressed by papers submitted to the Conference:
Issues in the design, construction and use of Language Resources (LRs)
Methodologies and tools:
Guidelines, standards, specifications, models and best practices for LRs.
Methods, tools, procedures for the acquisition, creation, annotation, management, access, distribution, use of monolingual and multilingual LRs.
Methods for the extraction and acquisition of (...)