We invite papers on the application of conceptual structures (such as Formal Concept Analysis (FCA) or Conceptual Graphs) to the extraction of semantics from natural language resources (corpora, the Web, thesauri or lexical databases). Conceptual structures provide mathematical models for concepts, semantic relations and hierarchies. Their usefulness for the extraction and modelling of semantics has been explored in prior research, but there have been very few conferences or workshops specifically dedicated to linguistic aspects of conceptual structures. This workshop intends to provide an interdisciplinary forum for conceptual structures applications that focus on modelling, extracting, representing, analysing and exploring natural language semantics.
|Uta Priss||Edinburgh Napier University|
|Galia Angelova||Bulgarian Academy of Sciences|
|Program Committee (in alphabetical order):|
|Philipp Cimiano||Technical University of Delft|
|Jørgen Fischer Nilsson||Technical University of Denmark|
|Natalia Loukachevitch||Moscow State University|
|John Old||Edinburgh Napier University|
|Wiebke Petersen||Heinrich-Heine-Universität Düsseldorf|
|Heather D. Pfeiffer||New Mexico State University|
|Vladimir Selegey||ABBYY, Moscow|
|André Wlodarczyk||Université Paris-Sorbonne|
We encourage authors to use the Easychair latex class for their submissions (although LNCS is also acceptable). Authors who prefer to use non-latex technology should follow this layout as closely as possible. Papers should be submitted (in PDF format only) using http://www.easychair.org/. The format for the final versions of the paper is either latex/pdf or rtf/pdf.