[CFP] 2nd International Workshop on PROfiling LINGuistic KNOWledgE gRaphs (ProLingKNOWER)

2nd International Workshop on PROfiling LINGuistic KNOWledgE gRaphs (
ProLingKNOWER) co-located with LDK 2023




The focus of this workshop is to reveal novel approaches, methodologies,
and frameworks for profiling Linguistic Linked Data (LLD) (corpora,
lexicons, ontologies, etc.) as well as to highlight tools and user
interfaces that can effectively assist different use cases for profiling
such data. In addition, the workshop seeks methodologies that help effective
profiling in building real-world Linked Data applications leveraging
linguistic data, as well as use cases that reveal success stories or
aspects that have been neglected so far. The benefits of addressing
Linguistic Linked Data profiling issues will not only help in understanding and
exploring such data, but also provide the means to increase Linguistic
Linked Data consumption and to maintain track of the evolution of the
relevant datasets.

The ProLingKNOWER workshop seeks application-oriented papers, as well as
more theoretical papers and position papers. The workshop proposes a
multidisciplinary discussion on the following themes, with a focus on RDF
data. Main topics but not limited to:


   Linguistic data profiling tools and algorithms

   Linguistic data summarization

   Ontology and data quality evaluation for linguistic data

   Fusing and refining linguistics profiling results

   Scalable approaches for linguistic profiles generation

   SHACL shapes as means for profiling

   Topic profiling for linguistic data

   Semantic profiles representation of linguistic data


We welcome the following types of contributions:


   Short (up to 5 pages) and full (up to 10 pages) research papers

   Industry and use case presentations (up to 5 pages)

   Tool and system demonstrations should not exceed 4 pages

   Position papers (up to 4 pages)

All submission lengths are given including references. Accepted submissions
will be published in an open-access conference proceedings volume, free of
charge for authors. The ACL templates
<https://github.com/acl-org/acl-style-files> should therefore be used for
all conference submissions.

Papers have to be submitted through easychair:

Each submission will be reviewed by at least 2 members of the PC. Papers
will be evaluated according to their significance, originality, technical
content, style, clarity, and relevance to the workshop.

In case there will be sufficient papers accepted at the workshop, the
organizing committee will propose a special issue in a journal relevant to
the topics of the workshop.

Important Dates:


   Paper submission: 19 May 2023

   Workshop paper notifications sent: 16 June 2023

   Camera-ready copies due: 30 June 2023

   Workshop day: 12-13 September 2023

Organising Committee:


   Blerina Spahiu - Università degli Studi di Milano - Bicocca, Italy

   Maribel Acosta - Ruhr-Universität Bochum, Germany

   Milan Dojchinovski - Czech Technical University in Prague / DBpedia
   Association, Germany

   Penny Labropoulou - Institute for Language and Speech Processing/R.C.
   “Athena”, Greece

   Vojtěch Svátek - Prague University of Economics and Business, Czech


This workshop is co-located with Language, Data, and Knowledge Conference (
LDK) 2023 <http://2023.ldk-conf.org/>, in Vienna, Austria.

We are looking forward to your submissions!

Best Regards,

On behalf of the organizing committee,

Blerina Spahiu

Ing. Blerina Spahiu, PhD

Postdoc Researcher
Department of Computer Science, Systems and Communication
University of Milano-Bicocca
ProLingKNOWER co-located with LDK2023: http://prolingknower.disco.unimib.it/

K-CAP 2023: https://www.k-cap.org/2023/index.html

Received on Tuesday, 9 May 2023 07:02:17 UTC