The following events are co-located with LDK 2019:
Translation Inference across Dictionaries (TIAD)
TIAD’19 workshop will present results of the second shared task on Translation Inference Across Dictionaries, following on the first TIAD shared task and workshop held at
LDK’17. The objective is to explore and compare methods and techniques to infer translations indirectly between language pairs, based on existing bilingual resources from the Apertium RDF graph, which includes 22 RDF dictionary sets. Such techniques would help in auto-generating new bilingual and multilingual dictionaries based on existing ones. The participating systems will be asked to indirectly generate translations among three languages, namely Portuguese, French and English, which are not directly connected in the Apertium RDF graph. Participants will apply their methods and techniques to discover indirect translations (mediated by any other language in the graph) between the pairs: (EN, FR), (FR, PT), and (PT, EN), and will also be able to make use of other freely available sources of background knowledge to improve performance, as long as no direct translations among the final language pairs are used. Evaluation of the results will be carried out against manually compiled pairs of K Dictionaries. Participants will submit a system paper that should include a description of the system, the way the data have been processed, the applied algorithms, the obtained results, as well as the conclusions and ideas for future improvements. The papers will be peer reviewed prior to publication.
3rd Workshop on Humanities in the Semantic web (WHiSe III)
WHiSe is a workshop series aimed at strengthening communication between scholars in the Digital Humanities and Linked Data communities. Thus far, it has been co-located with the largest international conferences in the Semantic Web research domain (ESWC 2016, ISWC 2017), resulting in 23 published papers across two proceedings volumes. Many of these papers have presented mature technologies, adoption cases and contributions to a harmonic ecosystem for Semantic Web technologies in the Humanities where the life-cycle of structured data plays a crucial role.
13th DBpedia Community Meeting