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NLDB'04

From: Elisabeth Metais <metais@cnam.fr>
Date: Tue, 27 Jan 2004 20:57:47 +0100
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CALL FOR PAPERS:

9th International Conference on Applications of NATURAL LANGUAGE to
INFORMATION SYSTEMS

NLDB'04

Manchester (United Kingdom), June 23-25

http://www.nldb.org



TOPICS



- Natural Language for Web Information-Intensive Services ( Semantic
Information retrieval, Semantic web, Semi-structured models and associated
languages, Web usage, Content and structure mining for discovering
semantics, Concept taxonomies and web mining, Learning taxonomies and
ontologies from the web, information extraction with machine learning,
document classification and indexation),



- Natural Language in Conceptual Modeling ( Analysis of natural language
descriptions, Requirement engineering, Terminological ontologies,
Paraphrasing, Dynamic modeling, Verification, consistency checking, Metadata
harvesting),



- Natural Language Interfaces for Data Base Querying/Retrieval ( Natural
languages interfaces for database querying, Verification of database queries
by paraphrasing, Semantic analysis for information retrieval, NL interaction
with databases),



- Natural-Language-Based Integration of Systems ( Linguistic aspects of view
integration, Linguistic aspects of data warehouses, Natural language queries
to multi-databases systems, Data integration and data cleansing, Ontology
driven integration, Ontology management),



- Large-Scale Online Linguistic Resources ( Electronic dictionaries,
Question-answer corpora, Informal ontologies, Linguistic databases, Digital
libraries),



- Applications of Computational Linguistics in Information Systems
(Multilingual information systems, NLP in requirements engineering, NLP in
knowledge management, Ontology-driven NLP, Semiotics and fundamentals),



- Management of Textual Databases (Text classification, Information
extraction and detection, Text mining for creating metadata, Document
management, Hypertext and Hyperbases).





IMPORTANT POINTS

-> The proceedings will be published by SPRINGER in their LNCS Series

-> The best 5 papers will be selected for publication in a special issue of
Data and Knowledge Engineering Journal.



IMPORTANT DATE

Paper submission, extended deadline: February 29, 2004



CONFERENCE SITE

http://www.nldb.org
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