We invite presentations of algorithms, methodologies, experiments, tools, use cases, descriptions of ongoing or planned research projects and position papers regarding the creation, supporting, publication or application of linguistic data collections and their linking with other resources, as well as descriptions of such data, and in particular, its uses in research (linguistics, lexicology, digital humanities) and technology (natural language processing, lexicography, localization). This includes the following aspects of creating and managing linked language resources:
1. Infrastructure for building & managing linked language resources 1.a Vocabularies, standards and best practices 1.b Tools and interfaces for creating and curating LL(O)D resources 1.c (Semi-)automatic approaches to creating linked language resources
2. LLOD technology and methodology 2.a Methodologies for linked language resource development 2.b Leveraging LLOD, machine learning and natural language processing 2.c Linking resources across languages 2.d Ontology matching for language resources
3. LLOD applications 3.a Using LOD to facilitate natural language processing 3.b Using LOD for quantitative and qualitative linguistic research 3.c LLOD for digital humanities 3.d Linking language resources and external community resources
4. Critical Reflection 4.a Challenges of scalability, multilinguality and interoperability in the Web 4.b Legal, social and scientific aspects of Linguistic Linked Open Data 4.c LLOD revisited: Case studies, use cases, and lessons learnt
We invite both long (up to 8 pages and 2 pages of references, formatted according to the LREC 2020 guidelines) and short papers (4 pages and 2 pages of references) representing original research, innovative approaches and resource descriptions. Short papers may also represent project descriptions or position papers that do not have to report implementations but that can discuss to what extent and for which purposes Linguistic Linked Open Data is reused or created. Projects in their early stages that seek advice from the broader LLOD community are welcome, especially if addressing fields still underrepresented in the LLOD cloud.
In addition to the main track, we encourage participants to present applications that use LLOD resources in a separate demo track. Both established systems and proofs of concept demonstrations can also be carried out *in addition* to presenting a paper. The best system will be awarded a monetary prize.This will be selected by a committee based on the reliability, innovation and user-friendliness of the application.
For details and submission, please see http://ldl2020.linguistic-lod.org/cfp.html
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