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Upcoming Events

We also invite you to participate in any of the upcoming group calls and roadmapping workshops being organised by the group:

LD4LT calls

Call time: always 3 p.m. CET.

  • 05/03/2015: 1st session on LIDER reference architecture NOTE: this had been announced to be 3 March, but the call will be 5 March.
  • 19/03/2015: Presentation of linghub to the LD4LT community
  • 02/04/2015: Presentation on the Digital Single Market and linguistic linked data enhanced content analytics
  • date tbc: 2nd session on LIDER reference architecture

Teleconference logistics

Tracker, mailing list etc.

ISSUE and ACTION tracker mailing list archive

LD4LT Community Group Public Landing page

Summary of outcomes

Summary of LD4LT Roadmapping workshops

Past Events

Use Cases

The LD4LT is developing use cases to explore the industrial relevance of linguistic linked data in different industrial and governmental applications. Initial input on such use cases is being gathered though an online questionnaire currently offered by the group, and these will be elaborated on in face to face session at the above workshops. To seed this process however, a number of suggested use cases are being summarised on this wiki based on previous or ongoing applications.

The results of an initial survey conducted by the LIDER project into requirements and use cases related to linguistic linked data are now available. It is interesting to read this in tandem with results of a survey just released by LT-Innovate on interest in a European Language Cloud.

Collaborative Landscape

The LD4LT Community Group aims to work closely with other active communities with an interest in building consensus on interoperability of linguistic data using linked data.

W3C Best Practice for Multilingual Linked Open Data Community Group

This group focusses on capturing best practice in publishing and using linguistic linked data.

LD4LT collaborates on improving the understanding of the use cases to which these best practices may apply.

W3C OntoLex Community Group

Developing a model as well as demonstrations and best practice for the representation of lexica (and machine readable dictionaries) relative to ontologies.

LD4LT aims to collaborate on improving the understanding of industrial use cases that may make use of the ontolex model.

W3C Linked Data Models for Emotion and Sentiment Analysis Community Group

Open Knowledge Foundation working group on Open Data in Lingusitics

W3C Data Activity

Works to facilitate potentially Web-scale data integration and processing. It does this by providing standard data exchange formats, models, tools, and guidance.

LD4LT will promote awareness of best practice from the Data Activity and standardised vocabularies (e.g. DCAT, ORG, PROV) from the W3C to identify further language-specific use cases and vocabularies that may be advanced in collaboration with other groups, e.g. BP-MLOD.

W3C Internationalization Activity

Works with W3C working groups and liaises with other organizations to make it possible to use Web technologies with different languages, scripts, and cultures. It includes the ITS Interest Group, which is maintaining an RDF vocabulary for text annotation based on the Internationalization Tag Set 2.0.

LD4LT will promote awareness of existing guidelines and best practice promoted in relation to web content, and also assist in identifying use cases needing best practice in interlinking multilingual web and linguistic linked data, and promote these via the BP-MLOD Community Group.

OWL Metamodel for Language Resources

With the aim of converting data/metadata of Language Resources into the cloud of Linguistic Linked Data, an OWL metamodel will be proposed based on the inputs and previous experience of well-established LRs communities such as Meta-Share. In this section we are collecting pointers and materials related to that topic.

Meta-Share OWL metamodel