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eLexicography in the 21st century : New challenges, new applications

Proceedings of eLex 2009, Louvain-la-Neuve, 22-24 October 2009

Uitgegeven door Sylviane Granger, Magali Paquot

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The field of lexicography is undergoing a major revolution. The rapid replacement of the traditional paper dictionary by electronic dictionaries opens up exciting possibilities but also constitutes a major challenge to the... Lees verder

The field of lexicography is undergoing a major revolution. The rapid replacement of the traditional paper dictionary by electronic dictionaries opens up exciting possibilities but also constitutes a major challenge to the field. The eLexicography in the 21st Century: New Challenges, New Applications conference organized by the Centre for English Corpus Linguistics of the Université catholique de Louvain in October 2009 aimed to bring together the many researchers around the world who are working in the fast developing field of electronic lexicography and to act as a showcase for the latest lexicographic developments and software solutions in the field. The conference attracted both academics and industrial partners from 30 different countries who presented electronic dictionary projects dealing with no less than 22 languages.
The resulting proceedings volume bears witness to the tremendous vitality and diversity of research in the field. The volume covers a wide range span of topics, including:
-the use of language resources for lexicographic purposes, in the form of lexical databases like WordNet or corpora of different types
- innovative changes to the dictionary structure afforded by the electronic medium, in particular multiple access routes and efficient integration of phraseology
-specialised dictionaries (e.g. SMS dictionaries, sign language dictionaries)
-automated customisation of dictionaries in function of users' needs
-exploitation of Natural Language Processing tools
- integration of electronic dictionaries into language learning and teaching


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Uitgever
Presses universitaires de Louvain
Titel deel
Numéro 7
Titel deel
Volume 7
Uitgegeven door
Sylviane Granger, Magali Paquot,
Collectie
Cahiers du CENTAL
Taal
Engels
Ondersteunende website
Publisher’s website for a specified work
BISAC Subject Heading
LAN009000 LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics
Onix Audience Codes
06 Professional and scholarly
CLIL (2013)
3147 Linguistique, Sciences du langage
Doelgroep
Lexicographes, ingénieurs des langues vivantes, informaticiens, linguistes
Voor het eerst gepubliceerd
2010
Subject Scheme Identifier Code
Thema subject category: C
Type werk
Gebeurtenissen
Oorspronkelijke taal
Engels

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1 A4
Publicatie datum
01 juni 2010
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9782874632112
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Aantal pagina's hoofdinhoud : 468
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D/2010/9964/10
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82577
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743 grams
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Table of Contents
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Acknowledgements
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Papers
1
Andrea Abel, Towards a systematic classification framework for dictionaries and CALL
3
James Breen, Identification of neologisms in Japanese by corpus analysis
13
Annelen Brunner, Kathrin Steyer, Wortverbindungsfelder – Fields of multi-word expressions
23
Louise-Amélie Cougnon, Richard Beaufort, SSLD: a French SMS to Standard Language Dictionary
33
Patrick Drouin, Extracting a bilingual transdisciplinary scientific lexicon
43
Isabel Durán-Muñoz, Specialised lexicographical resources: a survey of translators' needs
55
Carolina Flinz, DIL: a German-Italian online specialized dictionary of linguistics
67
Nuria Gala, Véronique Rey, Acquiring semantics from structured corpora to enrich an existing lexicon
77
Sylviane Granger, Magali Paquot, Customising a general EAP dictionary to meet learner needs
87
Antton Gurrutxaga, Igor Leturia, Eli Pociello, Xabier Saralegi, Iñaki San Vicente, Evaluation of an automatic process for specialized web corpora collection and term extraction for Basque
97
Patrick Hanks, Elliptical arguments: a problem in relating meaning to use
109
Thomas Herbst, Peter Uhrig, Valency information online – research and pedagogic reference tools
125
Kristina Hmeljak Sangawa, Tomaž Erjavec, Yoshiko Kawamura, Automated collection of Japanese word usage examples from a parallel and a monolingual corpus
137
Olga Karpova, Mikhail Gorbunov, Cultural values in a learner's dictionary: in search of a model
149
Annette Klosa, On the combination of automated information and lexicographically interpreted information in two German online dictionaries
157
Jette Hedegaard Kristoffersen, Thomas Troelsgård, Making a dictionary without words: lemmatization problems in a sign language dictionary
165
Vincent Lannoy, Free online dictionaries: why and how?
173
Godelieve Laureys, The Hub&Spoke Model put into practice. Report on the semi-automatic extraction of a pre-version of a Finnish-Danish dictionary from a multilingual interlinkable database
183
Robert Lew, Patryk Tokarek, Entry menus in bilingual electronic dictionaries
193
Marie-Claude L'Homme, Designing specialized dictionaries with natural language processing. Examples of applications in the fields of computing and climate change
203
Hanhong Li, Word frequency distribution for electronic learner's dictionaries
217
Marc Luder, Building an OLIF-based lexical database for representing constructions
229
Cédric Messiant, Thierry Poibeau, Automatic lexical acquisition from corpora: some limitations and tentative solutions
241
Mojca Pecman, Claudie Juilliard, Natalie Kübler, Alexandra Volanschi, Processing collocations in a terminological database based on a cross-disciplinary study of scientific texts
249
Bálint Sass, Júlia Pajzs, FDVC – Creating a corpus-driven frequency dictionary of verb phrase constructions for Hungarian
263
Stefania Spina, The Dici project: towards a dictionary of Italian collocations integrated with an online language learning platform
273
Daniela Tiscornia, An ontology-based approach to the multilingual complexity of law
283
Sabine Tittel, Dynamic access to a static dictionary: a lexicographical "cathedral" lives to see the twenty-first century – the Dictionnaire étymologique de l'ancien français
295
Lars Trap-Jensen, Access to multiple lexical resources at a stroke: integrating dictionary, corpus and Wordnet data
303
Agnès Tutin, Showing phraseology in context: onomasiological access to lexico-grammatical patterns in corpora of French scientific writings
313
Isabel Verdaguer, Elisabet Comelles, Natàlia J. Laso, Eva Giménez, Danica Salazar, SciE-Lex : an electronic lexical database for the Spanish medical community
325
Serge Verlinde, The Base lexicale du français: a multi-purpose lexicographic tool
335
Alexandra Volanschi, Natalie Kübler, Building an electronic combinatory dictionary as a writing aid tool for researchers in biology
343
Michael Zock, Tonio Wandmacher, Ekaterina Ovchinnikova, Are vector-based approaches a feasible solution to the "tip-of-the-tongue" problem?
355


Posters and software demonstrations
367
Margarita Alonso Ramos, Alfonso Nishikawa, Orsolya Vincze, DiCE in the web. An online Spanish collocation dictionary
369
Margarita Alonso Ramos, Leo Wanner, Nancy Vázquez Veiga, Orsolya Vincze, Estela Mosqueira Suárez, Sabela Prieto González, Tagging collocations for learners
375
James Breen, WWWJDIC – A feature-rich WWW-based Japanese dictionary
381
Elisa Corino, Cristina Onesti, Have I got the wrong definition of …? How to write simple technical definitions on the basis of examples taken from Newsgroup discussions
387
Nathalie Gasiglia, Some editorial orientations for a multi-tier electronic monolingual school dictionary
393
Fadila Hadouche, Marie-Claude L’Homme, Guy Lapalme, Automatic annotation of actants in specialized corpora
399
Jakob Halskov, Pia Jarvad, Automated extraction of neologisms for lexicography
405
Adam Kilgarriff, Vojtěch Kovář, Pavel Rychlý, Tickbox Lexicography
411
Vera Kuzmina, Anna Rylova, ABBYY Lingvo electronic dictionary platform and Lingvo Content dictionary writing system
419
Margit Langemets, Andres Loopmann, Ülle Viks, Dictionary management system for bilingual dictionaries
425
Héctor Martínez, Marta Villegas, Núria Bel, Santiago Bel, Francesca Alemany, Lexicography in the grid environment
431
Carolin Müller-Spitzer, Christine Möhrs, The "Online Bibliography of Electronic Lexicography" (OBELEX)
439
Cornelia Tschichold, From lexical database to intelligent vocabulary trainers
445
Eveline Wandl-Vogt, Multiple access routes. The dictionary of Bavarian dialects in Austria / Wörterbuch der bairischen Mundarten in Österreich (WBÖ)
451
Christos Tsalidis, Mavina Pantazara, Panagiotis Minos, Elena Mantzari, NLP tools for lexicographic applications in Modern Greek)
457


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