This is a half-day workshop with the goal of introducing the Collaborative Interlingual Index (CILI): a way of linking concepts for all wordnets.
|Place||Ion Heliade Rădulescu amphitheatre, Bucharest, Romania|
|Part of||Eighth meeting of the Global WordNet Conference (GWC 2016)|
|Organizers||Francis Bond, John McCrae, Christiane Fellbaum and Piek Vossen
Marten Postma, Luis Morgado da Costa
Very preliminary page: details may change at any moment.
|09:00-10:00||Introduction to the ILI and the Global Wordnet Grid, summary of issues (includes the content of Vossen, Bond and McCrae, 2016)|
|10:00-11:00||Introduction to the ILI infrastructure, debugging and consensus forming (i) (includes the content of Bond, Vossen, McCrae and Fellbaum, 2016)|
|11:20-12:20||Introduction to the ILI infrastructure, debugging and consensus forming (ii)|
|12:20-13:20||Providing good definitions for concepts (Christiane Fellbaum)|
The basic structure of the GWG and ILI is described here:
In this part of the workshop, we will look at any issues that have arisen from trying to add new wordnets to the GWG.
Before the conference, starting from December the 17th, we will encourage people to add their wordnets to the prototype interface hosted at NTU. Instructions are here.
Some anticipated issues are:
Our preliminary answers are given in the papers, and on the ili page (this page will move to its final position after the workshop).
The goal of this discussion is to identify and hopefully solve problems with the roll-out of the ILI.
Best practices in defining concepts.