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Publication . Conference object . 2013

Collaboratively Defining Widely Accepted Linguistic Data Categories in the ISOcat Data Category Registry

Menzo Windhouwer; Schuurman, I.; Wright, S. E.;
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Published: 01 May 2013
Country: Belgium
Abstract
The ISOcat Data Category Registry (www.isocat.org) has been developed by ISO TC 37 and CLARIN to share and explicitate semantics of data categories used within the linguistic community. Semantics in this large and diverse community are constantly evolving and sometimes conflicting. The ISOcat open registry allows community members to collaborate in defining the semantics of linguistic data categories. The aim is to create a core of possibly officially standardized, well specified and widely accepted linguistic data categories. This demonstration will show ISOcat’s features to support direct and indirect collaboration, its efforts to create a set of core data categories for various communities, and possible solutions for current bottlenecks. ispartof: pages:1-6 ispartof: Proceedings of ESWC2013 Workshop on Semantic Web Collaborative Spaces pages:1-6 ispartof: SWCS2013 location:Montpellier date:27 May - 27 May 2013 status: published
Subjects

semantics, collaboration, data category registry, linguistics

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