CLTW 2014
Celtic Language Technology Workshop, Coling, DCU, Dublin · Baile Átha Cliath, 23/8/2014

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1st Celtic Language Technology Workshop (CLTW 2014)

Co-located with COLING 2014, August 23rd-29th in Dublin, Ireland

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An chéad cheardlann ar theicneolaíocht teanga do na teangacha Ceilteacha

Comhshuite le COLING 2014, 23-29 Lúnasa, Baile Átha Cliath, Éire

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Outline • Imlíne

Language Technology and Computational Linguistics research innovations in recent years have given us a great deal of modern language processing tools and resources for many languages. Basic language tools like spell and grammar checkers through to interactive systems like Siri, as well as resources like the Trillion Word Corpus, all fit together to produce products and services which enhance our daily lives. More information »
Tá a lán uirlisí próiseála agus acmhainní teanga nua-aimseartha ar fáil dúinn le blianta beaga anuas i ngeall ar nuálaíochtaí taighde sa Teicneolaíocht Teanga agus sa Ríomhtheangeolaíocht. Tugann teacht le chéile bunuirlisí teanga amhail litreoirí agus gramadóirí agus córais idirghníomhacha ar nós Siri, chomh maith le hacmhainní cosúil le Trillion Word Corpus, táirgí agus seirbhísí dúinn a fheabhsaíonn an saol ina mairimid. Breis eolais »

Areas of interest • Réimsí spéise

The CLTW welcomes both theoretical and practical submissions on any Celtic language that contribute to research in the area of automated language processing, language technologies or resources for same. We will particularly encourage studies that address the lack of resources available for a given language in this field.
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Cuireann CLTW fáilte roimh aighneachtaí teoiriciúla agus praiticiúla ar theanga Cheilteach ar bith a chuireann le taighde nó le hacmhainní i réimse na próiseála uathoibríche teanga, nó i réimse na teicneolaíochta teanga. Cuirfimid fáilte ar leith roimh pháipéir a théann i ngleic le heasnamh acmhainní sa réimse seo atá ar fáil do theanga faoi leith.
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Papers • Páipéir

  • CROSS-LINGUAL TRANSFER PARSING FOR LOW-RESOURCED LANGUAGES: AN IRISH CASE STUDY
    Teresa Lynn, Jennifer Foster, Mark Dras and Lamia Tounsi
  • DECHE AND THE WELSH NATIONAL CORPUS PORTAL
    Delyth Prys, Dewi Jones and Mared Roberts
  • DEVELOPING AN AUTOMATIC PART-OF-SPEECH TAGGER FOR SCOTTISH GAELIC
    William Lamb and Samuel Danso
  • DEVELOPING FURTHER SPEECH RECOGNITION RESOURCES FOR WELSH
    Sarah Cooper, Dewi Jones and Delyth Prys
  • DEVELOPING HIGH-END REUSABLE TOOLS AND RESOURCES FOR IRISH-LANGUAGE TERMINOLOGY, LEXICOGRAPHY, ONOMASTICS (TOPONYMY), FOLKLORISTICS, AND MORE, USING MODERN WEB AND DATABASE TECHNOLOGIES
    Brian Ó Raghallaigh and Michal Boleslav Měchura
  • GDBANK: THE BEGINNINGS OF A CORPUS OF DEPENDENCY STRUCTURES AND TYPE-LOGICAL GRAMMAR IN SCOTTISH GAELIC
    Colin Batchelor
  • IRISH NATIONAL MORPHOLOGY DATABASE: A HIGH-ACCURACY OPEN-SOURCE DATASET OF IRISH WORDS
    Michal Boleslav Měchura
  • PROCESSING MUTATIONS IN BRETON WITH FINITE-STATE TRANSDUCERS
    Thierry Poibeau
  • STATISTICAL MODELS FOR TEXT NORMALIZATION AND MACHINE TRANSLATION
    Kevin Scannell
  • SUBSEGMENTAL LANGUAGE DETECTION IN CELTIC LANGUAGE TEXT
    Akshay Minocha and Francis Tyers
  • TOOLS FACILITATING BETTER USE OF ONLINE DICTIONARIES: TECHNICAL ASPECTS OF MULTIDICT, WORDLINK AND CLILSTORE
    Caoimhin O Donnaile
  • USING IRISH NLP RESOURCES IN PRIMARY SCHOOL EDUCATION
    Monica Ward

Important dates • Dátaí tábhachtacha

Invited Speakers

  • Kevin Scannell
  • Elaine Uí Dhonnchadha

How to submit • Conas páipéir a aighniú

Programme committee • Coiste cláir »

Organising committee • Coiste eagraithe

  • John Judge, Centre for Global Intelligent Content (CNGL), Dublin City University, Ireland
    email: j.judge at computing.dcu.ie
  • Teresa Lynn, Centre for Global Intelligent Content (CNGL), Dublin City University, Ireland
    email: tlynn at computing.dcu.ie
  • Monica Ward, National Centre for Language Technology (NCLT), Dublin City University, Ireland
    email: mward at computing.dcu.ie
  • Brian Ó Raghallaigh, Fiontar, Dublin City University, Ireland
    email: brian.oraghallaigh at dcu.ie

Endorsement • Formhuinithe

This workshop is endorsed by • Tugann na dreamanna seo a leanas tacaíocht don cheardlann seo: