Marina Santini | 2 Sep 10:12 2007
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1st Call for Participation: Workshop on Genre-Enabled Search Engines

W9: Towards Genre-Enabled Search Engines: The Impact of NLP
(http://www.sics.se/use/genre-ws/)

30 September 2007
Borovets, Bulgaria

In conjunction with the
6th International Conference "Recent Advances on Natural Language
Processing" (RANLP-2007)
(http://lml.bas.bg/ranlp2007)
27-29 September 2007

FOR REGISTRATION please visit: http://www.euromap.bas.bg/reg/

Workshop Organizers: Marina Santini and Georg Rehm

ACCEPTED PAPERS (alphabetical order):

1) Braslavski P. -- Combining Relevance and Genre-Related Rankings: An
Exploratory Study
2) Jebari C. -- Combining classifiers for flexible genre
categorization of web pages
3) Mehler A., Gleim R., Wegner A. -- Structural Uncertainty of
Hypertext Types. An Empirical Study
4) Stubbe A., Ringlstetter C., Goebel R. -- Elements of a Learning
Interface for Genre Qualified Search
5) Symonenko S. -- Recognizing Genre-Like Regularities in Website
Content Structure
6) Tavosanis M. -- Juvenile Netspeak and subgenre classification
issues in Italian blogs
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Lindsay, John M | 3 Sep 11:57 2007
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search 0.0

August 2007 Computer has a glossy front cover with a big search on it, then a sort of mini editorial and about four aticles, all of which are supposed, I presume, to be a cover (ouch) of search.
 
the string information retrieval without capitals, or hyphen, is used frequently in all the articles, without ever mentioning what it might mean, somehow we are to presume this, even if trying to join these meanings up to mean the same, rather than different, things, isn't obvious.
 
There are lots of other words too, the meanings of which I don't know, in this context, such as people :)
 
but presumably it all means something
 
there is also an advert for the IEEE dataset and an advert with prices for membership, and you can do the join (ouch)
 
which makes it all part of infopolycon, and infocy

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Tudhope D S (AT | 10 Sep 14:50 2007
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Invitation to the 6th European Networked Knowledge Organization Systems (NKOS) Workshop at ECDL 2007

Registration for the 6th European Networked Knowledge Organization 
Systems (NKOS) Workshop at the 11th ECDL Conference, Budapest, Hungary 
on September 21st 2007 is still open. It is possible to register for the 
workshop only, in case one does not want to attend the whole conference.
See: http://ecdl2007.org/registration.php


The main themes of the workshop sessions are:

1: Folksonomies and Social tagging, 3 papers from the UK, Canada and Germany

2: Panel Discussion on Project ISO NP 25964: Structured vocabularies for 
information retrieval, 4-5 panelists,
i.e. the innovative solutions reg. a data model and XML schema for a 
structured vocabulary developed in the ongoing BS 8723-5 standard work

3: Implications of online KOS applications, 5 papers featuring facet 
analysis, webification of the DDC, terminology registries, encoding 
formats and SPARQL access to interlinked sources.

4: Mapping, 2 papers from Germany (cross-concordances effort) and 
Poland/Ireland

For the detailed programme please cf. the workshop webpage at:

http://www.comp.glam.ac.uk/pages/research/hypermedia/nkos/nkos2007/programme.html


The workshop is organised by:
Douglas Tudhope, Hypermedia Research Unit, School of Computing, 
University of Glamorgan, Pontypridd, Wales, UK
Traugott Koch, Max Planck Digital Library, Berlin, Germany
Marianne Lykke Nielsen, Department of Information Studies, Royal School 
of Library and Information Science, Aalborg Branch, Aalborg, Denmark

Welcome to Budapest,
Traugott Koch


-- 
......................................................................
Traugott Koch
Max Planck Digital Library, Invalidenstr. 35, D-101 15 Berlin, Germany
Tel: +49 30-288867789
E-mail: traugott.koch <at> mpdl.mpg.de
Homepage: http://www.mpdl.mpg.de/staff/tkoch/

......................................................................
Ian Ruthven | 11 Sep 10:36 2007
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ECIR 2008 cfp - 3 weeks to submission deadline for research papers

*apologies for cross-posting*

ECIR 2008 Call for full papers, posters, workshop and tutorial proposals

[Note: submission deadline is earlier than previous ECIR conferences!]

ECIR 2008
30th European Conference on Information Retrieval, Glasgow, UK.
30th March – 3rd April, 2008.
http://ecir2008.dcs.gla.ac.uk/

The Annual European Conference on Information Retrieval is the main 
European forum for the presentation of new research results in the field 
of Information Retrieval. ECIR 2008 is the 30th anniversary of this 
conference series and will take place in Glasgow, Scotland.

We are also pleased to announce three keynote speakers who will present 
at the conference:
Professor Nick Belkin, Rutgers University
Dr Amit Singhal, Google
Professor Bettina Berendt, KU Leuven

CALL FOR PAPERS
We encourage the submission of high-quality research papers reporting 
original and innovative research within Information Retrieval. The 
conference intends to cover all aspects of accessing digital information 
with or without explicitly specified semantics. Papers solely or mainly 
authored by a student are especially welcome. Submissions will be 
reviewed by experts on the basis of the originality of the work, the 
validity of the results, chosen methodology, writing quality and the 
overall contribution to the field of Information Retrieval.

Topics of interest include (but are not limited to):
• Theory and Models for Information Retrieval.
• Efficiency and Performance of IR. Platforms, Architectures. 
Applications of IR.
• Evaluation and Test collections.
• Indexing. Query representation, Query reformulation, Structure-based 
representation, XML, Metadata. Summarization. Natural language 
processing for IR.
• Tracking, Filtering, Topic detection, Collaborative filtering, Agents, 
Routing and Email spam.
• Categorization and clustering.
• User studies and interfaces. Interactive IR. Task-based IR.
• Web IR, Distributed IR, Digital libraries. Intranet, Desktop, 
Enterprise and Blog Search. Adversarial IR.
• Question answering and information extraction. Text Data Mining and 
Machine Learning for IR.
• Multimedia IR.
• Cross-language and multilingual Information Retrieval.

All papers will be refereed through blind peer review. Authors are 
invited to submit research papers representing original, previously 
unpublished work, on or before 1st October, 2007 (Midnight GMT), 
following the paper submission guidelines available on the conference 
homepage (12 pages LNCS format including references and figures). All 
accepted papers will be published in Springer-Verlag's LNCS series and 
distributed to all delegates at the Conference.

The proceedings will appear as a special commerative edition of LNCS to 
celebrate the 30th anniversary of the ECIR conference series. It is also 
planned that some selected outstanding papers from the conference will 
be invited to contribute to an edited volume of papers marking this 
significant milestone.

CALL FOR POSTERS
Poster submissions addressing any of the areas identified in the 
conference topics are also invited. Poster authors are encouraged to 
demonstrate work in progress and late-breaking research results. Poster 
abstracts (maximum 5 pages) will also be included in the proceedings.

CALL FOR WORKSHOP AND TUTORIAL PROPOSALS
Submissions are solicited for workshops and tutorials on all topics of 
Information Retrieval and its applications. Especially encouraged are 
workshops that facilitate interaction and collaboration among 
participants, while opening new directions for future research, as well 
as tutorials that inform the Information Retrieval community on recent 
advancements in related fields, or on novel application areas related to 
Information Retrieval.

Submissions describing proposed workshops and tutorials should be up to 
1,000 words. They should state the title and the goals of the proposed 
workshop or tutorial, as well as the full contact details of the 
organizers and presenters, including a one-paragraph biography with past 
experience in organizing relevant events.

An award will be presented to the author of the Best Paper, Best Student 
Paper, and Best Poster presented at the conference.

IMPORTANT DATES
Paper Submission: 1st October 2007
Poster Submission: 15th October 2007
Workshop/Tutorial Submission: 15th October 2007
Notifications: 11th December 2007

CONTACTS
If you have any queries regarding a submission, please contact any of 
the organising chairs:

Ian Ruthven (full papers)
email: ir at cis.strath.ac.uk

Ryen White (posters)
Email: ryenw at microsoft.com

Vassilis Plachouras (tutorials and workshops)
email: vassilis at yahoo-inc.com

--

-- 
Ian Ruthven
Department of Computer and Information Sciences
University of Strathclyde
Glasgow G1 1XH
Email: Ian.Ruthven@...
Tel: +44 141 548 3098
Fax: +44 141 548 4523
http://www.cis.strath.ac.uk/~ir

Marina Santini | 13 Sep 16:17 2007
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2nd Call for Participation: Workshop on Genre and NLP

W9: Towards Genre-Enabled Search Engines: The Impact of NLP

30 September 2007
Borovets, Bulgaria

In conjunction with RANLP-2007
(http://lml.bas.bg/ranlp2007)

FOR REGISTRATION please visit: http://www.euromap.bas.bg/reg/

Workshop Organizers: Marina Santini and Georg Rehm

/-/-/-/-/-/-/-/-/-/

WORKSHOP SCHEDULE

Room TRAKIA

First Part
9:00-9:15	Welcome and Opening (Marina Santini & Georg Rehm)
9:15-9:45	Vidulin V., Lustrek M. & Gams M. "Using Genres to Improve
Search Engines"
9:45-10:15	Stubbe A., Ringlstetter C. & Goebel R.	"Elements of a
Learning Interface forGenre Qualified Search"
10:15-10:45	Braslavski P. "Combining Relevance and Genre-Related
Rankings: An Exploratory Study"
10:45-11:15	Coffee Break

Second Part
11:15-11:45	Mehler A., Gleim R., & Wegner A. "Structural Uncertainty
of Hypertext Types.An Empirical Study"
11:45-12:15	Tavosanis M. "Juvenile Netspeak and subgenre
classification issues inItalian blogs"
12:15-12:30	Symonenko S. "Recognizing Genre-Like Regularities in
Website Content Structure"
12:30-13:00	Discussion and Conclusions

Iadh Ounis | 14 Sep 10:04 2007
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Invitation to Tender for Hosting of ESSIR 2009 Summer School

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Invitation to Tender for Hosting of ESSIR 2009 Summer School
----

The Steering Committee of the European Summer School on Information
Retrieval (ESSIR) invites interested parties to submit bids to host ESSIR in
2009. Further details on ESSIR can be found at
http://ims.dei.unipd.it/essir/home.html 

ESSIR is a five-day Summer school (Monday to Friday), which is now organized
every 2 years. The target audience of the Summer School are advanced
undergraduate students, PhD students, post-doctoral researchers and academic
and industrial researchers and developers. The ESSIR Summer School gives
participants a grounding in the core subjects of IR - architectures,
algorithms, formal theoretical models of IR, and evaluation - as well as
covering the development of some of the more recent topics.

ESSIR 2009 will be the 7th European School in Information Retrieval.
The first one, ESSIR'90 was organised by the University of Padova (Prof.
Maristella Agosti) and was held in Bressanone, Italy, in 1990.
The 2nd ESSIR (http://www.dcs.gla.ac.uk/essir/) was organised by the
University of Glasgow (Prof. Keith van Rijsbergen) and held in Glasgow,
Scotland, in 1995, in conjunction with the BCS Colloquium in Information
Retrieval, an IRIDES project meeting, and the final MIRO workshop. The 3rd
ESSIR (http://www.itim.mi.cnr.it/Eventi/essir2000/
index.htm) was organised by Dr. Gabriela Pasi, Prof. Maristella Agosti and
Prof. Fabio Crestani, and took place in Varenna, Italy, in 2000. The 4th
ESSIR (http://www-clips.imag.fr/mrim/essir03/) was held in Aussois, France
and organised by Prof. Yves Chiaramella and Prof.
Catherine Berrut. ESSIR 2005 was held in Dublin, Ireland and organized by
Prof. Alan Smeaton (http://www.cdvp.dcu.ie/ESSIR2005/).
ESSIR 2007 was in Glasgow, Scotland, organised by Dr. Iadh Ounis
(http://www.dcs.gla.ac.uk/essir2007/)

Parties interested in hosting ESSIR 2009 are invited to submit proposals by
email to Alan Smeaton (Alan.smeaton@... ), by Monday
22 October 2007.

Evaluation of proposals will take into account the proposed Summer School
venue, timing and location, programme, likely financial viability and plans
for organization and publicity.  Proposals should also take into
consideration the successful BCS IRSG Symposium on: "Future Directions in
Information Access 2007" which was incorporated into ESSIR 2007 in order to
provide a forum for early-stage researchers to share and discuss their research.

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Martine De Cock | 16 Sep 14:03 2007
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WI-IAT'07: Call for Participation

[Apologies if you receive this more than once]

======================
CALL FOR PARTICIPATION
======================

IEEE/WIC/ACM International Conference on Web Intelligence (WI'07)
IEEE/WIC/ACM International Conference on Intelligent Agent Technology (IAT'07)

November 2-5, 2007
Fremont Marriott Hotel, Silicon Valley, USA
http://www.marriott.com/hotels/travel/sjcfm-fremont-marriott/

Official:
http://www.cs.sjsu.edu/wi07/

Sponsored and Organized by
IEEE Computer Society
Web Intelligence Consortium (WIC)
Association for Computing Machinery (ACM)

================= HIGHLIGHTS =========================

     WI'07/IAT'07/BIBM'07/GrC'07 Joint Keynote by Prof. Richard M. Karp
     5 WI'07 and IAT'07 Joint Keynotes by
       Dr. Anant Jhingran, VP and CTO of IBM Silicon Valley Lab.,
       Prof. Dieter Fensel,
       Prof. Toyoaki Nishida,
       Prof. Yoav Shoham,
       Prof. Eugene Santos Jr.
     5 WI Industry Keynotes
     1 WIC Feature Talk
     8 Tutorials
    13 WI-IAT Workshops
       Presentations of Accepted Research Track Papers.

The research track papers were selected from 545 submissions received
from over 50 countries and regions.

All main conference and workshop proceedings will be published in the
conference proceedings by the IEEE Computer Society Press, indexed by EI.

********************************************
!!! Advance Registration by Oct 1, 2007 !!!
--------------------------------------------
On-line registration (and more information) at
http://www.cs.sjsu.edu/wi07/

Regular registration covers all the events of WI-IAT'07 during the
four conference days including keynotes, tutorials, accepted paper
presentations, and workshops, as well as includes proceedings for one
of the conferences or its associated workshops.

************************************************

WI'07, IAT'07, BIBM'07 and GrC'07 will be co-located, providing
synergism among the three research areas: Web Intelligence and
Intelligent Agent Technology, Bioinformatics and Biomedicine, and
Granular Computing. This provides opportunities for technical
collaboration beyond that of previous conferences. The three
conferences will have a joint opening, keynote, reception, and
banquet. Attendees only need to register for one conference and can
attend workshops, sessions, keynote talks, panels and tutorials across
the three conferences.

KEYNOTE TALKS
+++++++++++++

WI'07/IAT'07/BIBM'07/GrC'07 Joint Keynote:
------------------------------------------

Computer science as a Lens on the Sciences:
The Example of Computational Molecular Biology
Professor Richard M. Karp
(1985 Turing Award Recipient)
University of California at Berkeley,USA

WI'07 and IAT'07 Joint Keynotes:
--------------------------------

ServiceWeb 3.0
Professor Dieter Fensel
Director DERI/University Innsbruck, Austria

Conversational Informatics and Human-Centered Web Intelligence
Professor Toyoaki Nishida
Kyoto University, Japan

How Relevant Is Game Theory to Intelligent Agent Technology?
Professor Yoav Shoham
Stanford University, USA

The Challenge of Cultural Modeling for Inferring Intentions and Behavior
Professor Eugene Santos Jr.
Thayer School of Engineering at Dartmouth College, USA

WI Industry Keynotes (more speakers will be added):
---------------------------------------------------

Enterprise Information Mashups: Integarting Information, Simply
Anant Jhingran
VP and CTO, IBM Silicon Valley Laboratory, USA

Eric Brill
Principal Researcher and head of the Text Mining,
Search and Navigation Group at Microsoft Research, USA

Andrew Tomkin
Yahoo VP for Search Research

Multiple Criteria Decision Making and Data Mining
Professor Yong Shi
Executive Deputy Director, Chinese Academy of Sciences
Research Center on Fictitious Economy & Data Science, and
Associate Dean, School of Management,
Graduate University of the Chinese Academy of Sciences

WIC Feature Talk
----------------

Granular Computing for Web Intelligence and Brain Informatics
Professor Yiyu Yao
University of Regina and
International WIC Institute/BJUT

Tutorials include:
++++++++++++++++++

T1: Industrial session on mashups
     Organizer: Howard Ho, IBM, USA
     Presenters from IBM Almaden, Yahoo,
     Google, and Microsoft

T2: Web-based Support Systems
     Presenter: Dr. JingTao Yao
     University of Regina, Canada

T3: Web and Text Mining for opinion/trend analysis
     Presenter: Lipika Dey
     Tata Consultancy Services, India

T4: Agent-Mining Interaction and Integration
     Presenter: Dr Longbing Cao
     University of Technology, Sydney, Australia

T5: Trust mechanisms for agent systems
     Presenter: Dr Sandip Sen
     University of Tulsa, USA

T6: Peer-to-Peer Distributed Data Mining for Multi-Agent Applications
     Presenter: Dr Hillol Kargupta
     University of Maryland Baltimore County
     and President, AGNIK, LLC., USA

T7: Agent Mediated Knowledge Management (AMKM)
     Presenter: Dr Virginia Dignum
     Utrecht Universit, The Netherlands

T8: Distributed Constraint Reasoning:
     A paradigm for effective coordination
     in multiagent systems
     Presenters:
     Makoto Yokoo, Kyushu University, Japan
     Joerg Denzinger, University of Calgary, Canada
     Marius Silaghi, Florida Tech, USA
     Adrian Petcu, Swiss Federal Inst. of Tech.

Workshops include:
+++++++++++++++++++

W1: Workshop on Collective Intelligence on Semantic Web (CISW 2007)

W2: Workshop on New Computing Paradigms for Web Intelligence and
     Brain Informatics (WImBI 2007)

W3: Workshop on Web Personalization and Recommender Systems (WPRS 2007)

W4: Workshop on Service Composition & SWS Challenge
     (SerComp & SWS Challenge 2007)

W5: Workshop on Biomedicine Applications of Web technologies (BMWT 2007)

W6: Workshop on Intelligent Web Interaction (IWI 2007)

W7: Workshop on Social Media Analysis (SMA 2007)

W8: Workshop on Web Security, Integrity, Privacy and Trust (WSIPT 2007)

W9: Workshop on Communication between Human and Artificial Agents (CHAA 2007)

W10: Workshop on Rational, Robust, and Secure Negotiations in
      Multi-Agent Systems (RRS 2007)

W11: Workshop on P2P Computing and Autonomous Agents (P2PAA 2007)

W12: Workshop on Multiagent Systems in E-business: Concepts,
      Technologies and Applications (MASeB 2007)

W13: Workshop on Agent & Data Mining Interaction (ADMI 2007)

SOCIAL PROGRAM
+++++++++++++++

The WI'07, IAT'07, BIBM'07 and GrC'07 joint conference offers an
exciting social program, including the conference welcome reception on
Nov. 2 and the conference banquet on Nov. 3.

The conference banquet will be held on the Fremont Marriott Hotel.

You can also enjoy the city of Silicon Valley.  You can get more
information about the conference hotel and local information from the
conference homepage: http://www.cs.sjsu.edu/wi07/

---------------------------
*** Contact Information ***

Dr. Jia Hu
International WIC Institute/BJUT, China
E-mail: hujia@...

Ian Ruthven | 18 Sep 15:19 2007
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ECIR 2008 cfp - 2 weeks to submission deadline for research papers

*apologies for cross-posting*

ECIR 2008 Call for full papers, posters, workshop and tutorial proposals

[Note: submission deadline is earlier than previous ECIR conferences!]

ECIR 2008
30th European Conference on Information Retrieval, Glasgow, UK.
30th March – 3rd April, 2008.
http://ecir2008.dcs.gla.ac.uk/

The Annual European Conference on Information Retrieval is the main
European forum for the presentation of new research results in the field
of Information Retrieval. ECIR 2008 is the 30th anniversary of this
conference series and will take place in Glasgow, Scotland.

We are also pleased to announce three keynote speakers who will present
at the conference:
Professor Nick Belkin, Rutgers University
Dr Amit Singhal, Google
Professor Bettina Berendt, KU Leuven

CALL FOR PAPERS
We encourage the submission of high-quality research papers reporting
original and innovative research within Information Retrieval. The
conference intends to cover all aspects of accessing digital information
with or without explicitly specified semantics. Papers solely or mainly
authored by a student are especially welcome. Submissions will be
reviewed by experts on the basis of the originality of the work, the
validity of the results, chosen methodology, writing quality and the
overall contribution to the field of Information Retrieval.

Topics of interest include (but are not limited to):
• Theory and Models for Information Retrieval.
• Efficiency and Performance of IR. Platforms, Architectures.
Applications of IR.
• Evaluation and Test collections.
• Indexing. Query representation, Query reformulation, Structure-based
representation, XML, Metadata. Summarization. Natural language
processing for IR.
• Tracking, Filtering, Topic detection, Collaborative filtering, Agents,
Routing and Email spam.
• Categorization and clustering.
• User studies and interfaces. Interactive IR. Task-based IR.
• Web IR, Distributed IR, Digital libraries. Intranet, Desktop,
Enterprise and Blog Search. Adversarial IR.
• Question answering and information extraction. Text Data Mining and
Machine Learning for IR.
• Multimedia IR.
• Cross-language and multilingual Information Retrieval.

All papers will be refereed through blind peer review. Authors are
invited to submit research papers representing original, previously
unpublished work, on or before 1st October, 2007 (Midnight GMT),
following the paper submission guidelines available on the conference
homepage (12 pages LNCS format including references and figures). All
accepted papers will be published in Springer-Verlag's LNCS series and
distributed to all delegates at the Conference.

The proceedings will appear as a special commerative edition of LNCS to
celebrate the 30th anniversary of the ECIR conference series. It is also
planned that some selected outstanding papers from the conference will
be invited to contribute to an edited volume of papers marking this
significant milestone.

CALL FOR POSTERS
Poster submissions addressing any of the areas identified in the
conference topics are also invited. Poster authors are encouraged to
demonstrate work in progress and late-breaking research results. Poster
abstracts (maximum 5 pages) will also be included in the proceedings.

CALL FOR WORKSHOP AND TUTORIAL PROPOSALS
Submissions are solicited for workshops and tutorials on all topics of
Information Retrieval and its applications. Especially encouraged are
workshops that facilitate interaction and collaboration among
participants, while opening new directions for future research, as well
as tutorials that inform the Information Retrieval community on recent
advancements in related fields, or on novel application areas related to
Information Retrieval.

Submissions describing proposed workshops and tutorials should be up to
1,000 words. They should state the title and the goals of the proposed
workshop or tutorial, as well as the full contact details of the
organizers and presenters, including a one-paragraph biography with past
experience in organizing relevant events.

An award will be presented to the author of the Best Paper, Best Student
Paper, and Best Poster presented at the conference.

IMPORTANT DATES
Paper Submission: 1st October 2007
Poster Submission: 15th October 2007
Workshop/Tutorial Submission: 15th October 2007
Notifications: 11th December 2007

CONTACTS
If you have any queries regarding a submission, please contact any of
the organising chairs:

Ian Ruthven (full papers)
email: ir at cis.strath.ac.uk

Ryen White (posters)
Email: ryenw at microsoft.com

Vassilis Plachouras (tutorials and workshops)
email: vassilis at yahoo-inc.com

--

-- 
Ian Ruthven
Department of Computer and Information Sciences
University of Strathclyde
Glasgow G1 1XH
Email: Ian.Ruthven@...
Tel: +44 141 548 3098
Fax: +44 141 548 4523
http://www.cis.strath.ac.uk/~ir

Marina Santini | 20 Sep 20:39 2007
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Final Call for Participation: Workshop on Genre and NLP

Final Call for Participation

W9: Towards Genre-Enabled Search Engines: The Impact of NLP
(http://www.sics.se/use/genre-ws/)

30 September 2007
Borovets, Bulgaria

In conjunction with RANLP-2007
(http://lml.bas.bg/ranlp2007)

FOR REGISTRATION please visit: http://www.euromap.bas.bg/reg/

Workshop Organizers: Marina Santini and Georg Rehm

WORKSHOP SCHEDULE
(http://www.sics.se/use/genre-ws/WS9_schedule.htm)

Room TRAKIA

First Part
9:00-9:15	Welcome and Opening (Marina Santini & Georg Rehm)
9:15-9:45	Vidulin V., Lustrek M. & Gams M. "Using Genres to Improve
Search Engines"
9:45-10:15	Stubbe A., Ringlstetter C. & Goebel R.	"Elements of a
Learning Interface for Genre Qualified Search"
10:15-10:45	Braslavski P. "Combining Relevance and Genre-Related
Rankings: An Exploratory Study"
10:45-11:15	Coffee Break

Second Part
11:15-11:45	Mehler A., Gleim R., & Wegner A. "Structural Uncertainty
of Hypertext Types. An Empirical Study"
11:45-12:15	Tavosanis M. "Juvenile Netspeak and subgenre
classification issues in Italian blogs"
12:15-12:30	Symonenko S. "Recognizing Genre-Like Regularities in
Website Content Structure"
12:30-13:00	Discussion and Conclusions

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