11th International Conference on Parsing Technologies (IWPT'09)
Journée thématique ATALA
Date: Samedi 10 Octobre 2009
Lieu:Amphi Buffon, Universite Paris 7
Horaire: 9:30 -- 17:00
Nous sommes heureux d'annoncer que l'ATALA met géneureusement en place une offre de bourses pour les étudiants adhérents de l'association souhaitant assister à IWPT'09 et à la journée ATALA.
Les participants sont invités à se faire connaître auprès des organisateurs pour des questions de logistique.
The EASy action (in Technolangue program) and its successor, the ANR Passage action have helped in improving the visibility and the performance of French parsing systems, thanks to the first French parsing evalution campaigns in 2004, 2007 and Fall 2009.
The main objective of the ATALA workshop, open to all, is to provide an opportunity to present the approaches, technics and performances of the currently existing French parsing systems. The notion of parsing system includes of course parsing aspects but also encompasses the whole set of components and linguistic resources that are needed to get an operational system, as well as possible phases of learning and tuning.
The single-day workshop will take place on October 10, 2009 on the site of University Paris 7, in conjunction with IWPT'09 (Octobre 7-9), the 11th International Conference on Parsing Technology. Access to the ATALA single-day workshop is open and free.
The first public release of the RASP System was in October 2002; since then RASP has been used in three different scenarios, with differing requirements: (1) as a platform for investigating research questions in parsing, (2) as part of research systems in areas such as ontology and lexicon construction, anonymisation, anaphora resolution, word sense disambiguation, and several forms of text classification, and (3) within commercial applications for sentiment classification, mobile phone-based question-answering, text mining for non-native language learner examination design, and biomedical information extraction. I will talk about our experiences in developing, distributing and supporting RASP over the past several years, addressing important pragmatic issues including modularisation, efficiency, packaging for distribution, input/output formats and encodings, common end-user problems, and evaluation in support of development and cross-system comparison.
Les articles sont limités à une longueur de 8 pages. Les articles peuvent être en français ou en anglais (si aucun auteur n'est francophone).
Les actes seront publiés sous forne électronique sur le site de l'ATALA.
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