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Hi people - Diego Moussallem

From: Diego Moussallem <moussallem@informatik.uni-leipzig.de>
Date: Mon, 17 Jul 2017 14:29:46 +0200
To: public-ontolex@w3.org
Message-ID: <1b248b92-9a9e-58ea-5660-b87d770e9f5d@informatik.uni-leipzig.de>
Dear Ontolex community,


My name is Diego Moussallem, I'm a Ph.D. student and I belong to AKSW 
group. I have been working on translating contents using the semantic 
web, then it is since EL (entity linking) up to NLG (natural language 
generation). I read all of your works regarding linguistic ontologies, 
translation challenges, and others. I think this group has an amazing 
initiative. Thus, I would like to join this group to improve my 
knowledge and in accordance with Sebastian/Axel, it is just to subscribe 
to the W3C list. But, I would like to introduce myself a bit and ask 
about what I could contribute.

I'm Brazilian and in my master, I implemented a bilingual dialogue 
system (En-Pt) using a statistical MT system along with ontologies. The 
ontologies were responsible for translating the homographs found in the 
sentences, the context of the conversation was decided by the log 's 
user following the communication principles, and according to it, the 
system chooses which ontology to use to disambiguate the words.

Recently, I have written my survey about MT using SWT (under review) and 
also I have created the LIDIOMS dataset using Ontolex model 
(unfortunately, it was not accepted either SWJ data set track 
(two-strike rule) or ISWC resource (low score +1 +1 +1 -2). I really 
think Ontolex is amazing and I'm intending to improve LIDIOMS a bit more 
by decomposing the idioms and including their constituents/components.

That's a short summary of me. Let me know what I can contribute or what 
position I can work.

cheers,

Diego Moussallem
Received on Monday, 17 July 2017 12:30:49 UTC

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