Programme

Events Overview

3rd Summer Datathon on Linguistic Linked Open Data (SD-LLOD-19) May 12th to 17th, 2019 at Schloss Dagstuhl – Leibniz Center for Informatics, Wadern, Germany
LDK Pre-Conference Workshop Day May 20th, 2019 at Mediencampus Villa Ida, Leipzig, Germany
LDK Main Conference May 21st to May 22nd, 2019 at University of Leipzig in the Assembly Hall and University Church of St. Paul, Leipzig, Germany
13th DBpedia Community Meeting May 23rd, 2019 at Mediencampus Villa Ida, Leipzig, Germany

LDK Main Conference

Tuesday, 21 May

08:00-09:00 Registration
09:00-09:30 Welcome session

    Organization Issues – Bettina Klimek
    Welcome Address – Prof. Dr. Gerhard Heyer
    History of the Paulinium – Prof. Dr. Rudolf Hiller von Gaertringen
09:30-10:30 Keynote: Christiane Fellbaum – Mapping the Lexicons of Signs and Words

Chair: John McCrae

10:30-11:00 Coffee Break
11:00-12:25 Session 1
Session Chair: Sebastian Hellmann

  • 11:00 – Ligt: an LLOD-native vocabulary for representing Interlinear
    Glossed Text as RDF – Christian Chiarcos and Maxim Ionov
  • 11:20 – SPARQL query recommendation by example: assessing the
    impact of structural analysis on star-shaped queries – Alessandro Adamou, Carlo Allocca, Mathieu D’Aquin and Enrico Motta
  • 11:35 – Graph-based Annotation Engineering: Towards a gold corpus for Role and Reference Grammar – Christian Chiarcos and Christian Fäth
  • 11:50 – OWL C: a Contextual Two-dimensional Web Ontology Language – Sahar Aljalbout, Gilles Falquet and Didier Buchs
  • 12:10 – Automatic detection of language and annotation model information in CoNLL corpora – Frank Abromeit
12:25-14:00 Lunch break
14:00-15:00 Keynote: Eduard Werner – The Sorbian languages.
15:00-16:05 Session 2
Session Chair: Christian Chiarcos

  • 15:00 – Cherokee Syllabary Texts: Digital Documentation and Linguistic Description. Jeffrey Bourns
  • 15:15 – The Shortcomings of Language Tags for Linked Data when Modeling Lesser-Known Languages. Frances Gillis-Webber and Sabine Tittel
  • 15:35 – Comparison of Different Orthographies for Machine Translation of Under-resourced Dravidian Languages. Bharathi Raja Chakravarthi, Mihael Arcan and John P. McCrae
  • 15:50 – Translation-based Dictionary Alignment for Under-resourced Bantu Languages. Thomas Eckart, Sonja Bosch, Dirk Goldhahn, Uwe Quasthoff and Bettina Klimek
16:05-16:30 Coffee break
16:30-17:45 Session 3
Session Chair: Maria Eskevich

  • 16:30 – The Secret to Popular Chinese Web Novels: A Corpus-driven Study. Yi-Ju Lin and Shu-Kai Hsieh
  • 16:45 – Crowd-sourcing A High-Quality Dataset for Metaphor Identification in Tweets. Omnia Zayed, John P. McCrae and Paul Buitelaar
  • 17:05 – Validation Methodology for Expert-Annotated Datasets: Event Annotation Case Study. Oana Inel and Lora Aroyo
  • 17.25 – Interlinking SciGraph and DBpedia datasets using Link Discovery and Named Entity Recognition Techniques. Beyza Yaman, Michele Pasin and Markus Freudenberg
18:00-19:30 Poster Session
Chair: Thierry Declerck
20:00-24:00 Pub Crawl (at participants’ expense)

Wednesday, 22 May

09:00-10:00 Keynote: Chris Bizer – Schema.org Annotations and Web Tables: Underexploited Semantic Nuggets on the Web?

Chair: Christian Chiarcos

10:00-11:00 Session 4
Session Chair: Milan Dojchinovski

  • 10:00 – Predicting math success in an online tutoring system using language data and click-stream variables: A longitudinal analysis. Scott Crossley, Shamya Karumbaiah, Jaclyn Ocumpaugh, Matthew Labrum and Ryan Baker
  • 10:20 -Inflection-Tolerant Ontology-Based Named Entity Recognition for Real-Time Applications. Christian Jilek, Markus Schröder, Rudolf Novik, Sven Schwarz, Heiko Maus and Andreas Dengel
  • 10:40 – Efficient Harmonization of Concurrent Tokenization and Textual Variation. Christian Chiarcos and Niko Schenk
11:00-11:30 Coffee Break
11:30-12:30 Session 5
Session Chair: Thierry Declerck

  • 11:30 – Exploiting Background Knowledge for Argumentative Relation Classification. Jonathan Kobbe, Juri Opitz, Maria Becker, Ioana Hulpus, Anette Frank and Heiner Stuckenschmidt
  • 11:50 – Cross-Dictionary Linking at Sense Level with a Double-Layer Classifier. Roser Saurí, Louis Mahon, Irene Russo and Mironas Bitinis
  • 12:10 – Name Variants for Improving Entity Discovery and Linking. Albert Weichselbraun, Philipp Kuntschik and Adrian M.P. Brasoveanu
12:30-14:00 Lunch break
14:00-15:00 Session 6
Session Chair: Scott Crossley

  • 14:00 – Opening Digitized Newspapers Corpora: Europeana’s Full-text Data Interoperability Case. Nuno Freire, Antoine Isaac, Twan Goosen, Daan Broeder, Hugo Miguel Álvaro Manguinhas and Valentine Charles
  • 14:20 – Can Computational Meta-Documentary Linguistics provide for Accountability and offer an Alternative to “Reproducibility” in Linguistics? Tobias Weber
  • 14:30 – A Proposal for a Two-way Journey on Validating Locations in Unstructured and Structured Data. Ilkcan Keles, Omar Qawasmeh, Tabea Tietz, Ludovica Marinucci, Roberto Reda and Marieke van Erp
  • 14:45 – Metalexicography as Knowledge Graph. David Lindemann, Christiane Klaes and Philipp Zumstein
15:00-15:30 Coffee break
15:30-16:25 Session 7
Session Chair: John McCrae

  • 15:30 – Functional representation of technical artefacts in ontology- terminology models. Laura Giacomini
  • 15:50 – Lemon-tree: Representing Topical Thesauri on the Semantic Web. Sander Stolk
  • 16:05 – Towards the Detection and Formal Representation 1 of Semantic Shifts in Inflection Morphology.Thierry Declerck and Dagmar Gromann
16:25-17:00 Closing Session
17:00-17:15 Organ Prelude – David Timm, University Music Director, Leipzig University
19:30 Conference Dinner

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