Acquiring and Representing Multilingual, Specialized Lexicons: the Case of Biomedicine

LREC 2006 Workshop Programme

Tuesday, May 23rd, 2006

Genova, Italy

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9:00 Welcome and start of workshop

9:00 Session 1: Multilingual Lexicon Alignment
9:00
Welcome and Introduction: Developing a multilingual medical dictionary in the "Semantic Mining" European Network of Excellence
Pierre Zweigenbaum, Kornél Markó, Patrick Ruch, Stefan Schulz
9:30
Subword Approach For Acquiring and Cross-Linking Multilingual Specialized Lexicons
Philipp Daumke, Stefan Schulz, Kornél Markó
10:00
Cross-Lingual Alignment of Medical Lexicons
Kornél Markó, Robert Baud, Pierre Zweigenbaum, Magnus Merkel, Maria Toporowska-Gronostaj, Dimitrios Kokkinakis, Stefan Schulz
10:30
Using Word Alignment to Extend Multilingual Medical Terminologies
Louise Deléger, Magnus Merkel, Pierre Zweigenbaum

11h00 Coffee break

11:30 Session 2: Normalization and Terminology
11:30 Invited presentation:
LMF for multilingual, specialized lexicons
Gil Francopoulo, Monte George, Nicoletta Calzolari, Monica Monachini, Nuria Bel, Mandy Pet, Claudia Soria
12:30
Unification of multi-lingual scientific terminological resources using the ISO 16642 standard. The TermSciences initiative
Majid Khayari, Stéphane Schneider, Isabelle Kramer, Laurent Romary
13:00
The Development of a MeSH-based Biomedical Termbase at Hogeschool Gent
Joost Buysschaert

13h30 Lunch break

14:30 Session 3: Distributed Development
14:30 Invited presentation:
Papillon project: Retrospective and Perspectives
Mathieu Mangeot
15:30
Staff vs. Volunteer: Two Approaches to Building a Multilingual Lexical Resource
Alan Melby, Marc Carmen, Steve Asher, Gerard Meijssen
16:00
Discussion: Cooperative methods for distributed lexicon development

16h30 Coffee break

17:00 Session 4: Multilingual Lexicon and Ontology
17:00
Designing an Ontology of Dialogue Elements Modeling Doctor-Patient Exchanges
Leslie Barrett
17:30
Populating ontologies in biomedicine and presenting their content using multilingual generation
Vangelis Karkaletsis, Alexandros G. Valarakos, Constantine D. Spyropoulos
18:00
Panel discussion: Methods for the acquisition and representation of multilingual, specialized lexicons

19:00 End of workshop

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