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Proceedings of the Second Italian Conference on Computational Linguistics CLiC-it 2015

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Cristina Bosco
, 
Sara Tonelli
, 
Fabio Massimo Zanzotto

Visualising Italian Language Resources: a Snapshot

Riccardo Del Gratta, Francesca Frontini, Monica Monachini, Gabriella Pardelli, Irene Russo, Roberto Bartolini, Sara Goggi, Fahad Khan, Valeria Quochi, Claudia Soria et Nicoletta Calzolari

Résumé

This paper aims to provide a first snapshot of Italian Language Resources (LRs) and their uses by the community, as documented by the papers presented at two different conferences, LREC2014 and CLiC-it 2014. The data of the former were drawn from the LOD version of the LRE Map, while those of the latter come from manually analyzing the proceedings. The results are presented in the form of visual graphs and confirm the initial hypothesis that Italian LRs require concrete actions to enhance their visibility.

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1. Introduction

The availability of Language Resources (LRs) such as corpora, computational lexicons, parsers, etc. - is crucial to most NLP technologies (Machine Translation, Crosslingual Information Retrieval, Multilingual Information Extraction, Automatic Document Indexing, Question Answering, Natural Language Interfaces, etc.). Recent initiatives have monitored the availability of language resources for different languages, and highlighted a digital divide between English and other languages (Soria et al., 2012). While the economic potential of English ensures that English LRs are developed and maintained not only in the academic sector but also by commercial players, the involvement of research communities for languages such as Italian is much more crucial to ensure that the necessary instruments (both data and tools) are made available for natural language processing purposes.

 

At the same time, the production of quality LRs is just a first step; LRs must also be documented and ...

Auteurs

Istituto di Linguistica Computazionale “A . Zampolli” CNR Pisa, Italy – Francesca.Frontini@ilc.cnr.it

Istituto di Linguistica Computazionale “A . Zampolli” CNR Pisa, Italy – Monica.Monachini@ilc.cnr.it

Istituto di Linguistica Computazionale “A . Zampolli” CNR Pisa, Italy – Gabriella.Pardelli@ilc.cnr.it

Istituto di Linguistica Computazionale “A . Zampolli” CNR Pisa, Italy – Roberto.Bartolini@ilc.cnr.it

Istituto di Linguistica Computazionale “A . Zampolli” CNR Pisa, Italy – Sara.Goggi@ilc.cnr.it

Istituto di Linguistica Computazionale “A . Zampolli” CNR Pisa, Italy – Fahad.Khan@ilc.cnr.it

Istituto di Linguistica Computazionale “A . Zampolli” CNR Pisa, Italy – Valeria.Quochi@ilc.cnr.it

Istituto di Linguistica Computazionale “A . Zampolli” CNR Pisa, Italy – Nicoletta.Calzolari@ilc.cnr.it

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