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LINGUIST List 21.4929

Tue Dec 07 2010

Confs: Comp Ling, Lexicography, Text/Corpus Ling/Slovenia

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        1.     Iztok Kosem , eLexicography in the 21st century

Message 1: eLexicography in the 21st century
Date: 05-Dec-2010
From: Iztok Kosem <iztok.kosemtrojina.si>
Subject: eLexicography in the 21st century
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eLexicography in the 21st century
Short Title: eLEX2011

Date: 10-Nov-2011 - 12-Nov-2011
Location: Bled, Slovenia
Contact: Iztok Kosem
Contact Email: elex2011trojina.si
Meeting URL: http://www.trojina.si/elex2011/index.html

Linguistic Field(s): Computational Linguistics; Lexicography; Text/Corpus

Meeting Description:

The conference aims to explore innovative developments in the field of
electronic lexicography. Papers on the following topics are particularly

-Usage practices of the users of electronic dictionaries
-Automated customisation of dictionaries to users' needs and characteristics
(proficiency level, mother tongue, etc.)
-Dictionary writing systems and other software available to the lexicographer
-New approaches to dictionary writing (e.g. dictionaries created by users
themselves, automatic extraction of dictionary information from the corpus)
-New reference tools with a dictionary element (e.g. learning tools, writing
-Dictionary content in new media (tablets, mobile devices, etc.)
-Exploitation of language resources: monolingual and multilingual corpora,
learner corpora, lexical databases (e.g. Wordnet, Framenet)
-Integration of NLP tools (grammatical annotation, speech synthesis, etc.)
-Integration of electronic dictionaries into language learning and teaching
(CALL, translator training, etc.)
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