In the last two years, the LIDER project has organized several roadmapping events to gather a broad community around the topic of linguistic linked data. In October this year, LIDER will engage with two selected communities: linguistics and experts in digital humanities, via a national roadmapping workshop that will take place in Spain.
The 1st Summer Datathon on Linguistic Linked Data (SD-LLOD-15) took place in Cercedilla (Madrid, Spain) from 15 to 19 June 2015. It was co-organized by Jorge Gracia from Universidad Politécnica de Madrid (Spain) and John McCrae from Bielefeld University (Germany) as part of the LIDER project.
In the context of LIDER, the Ontology Engineering Group (Universidad Politécnica de Madrid) has recently released Apertium RDF, the linked data version of the Apertium family of bilingual dictionaries. The initial migration into RDF from their LMF version resulted from a collaboration with IULA (Universitat Pompeu Fabra), while the linking to BabelNet was the result of a collaboration with Universitá di Roma “La Sapienza”.
In the last 1 1/2 years, the LIDER project has organized several roadmapping events to gather a broad community around the topic of linguistic linked data. In July this year, LIDER will engage with two selected communities. On July 6, the 5th LIDER roadmapping workshop will be held in Rome at Sapienza University of Rome. The topic will be cross-media linked data and the event will provide several high level speakers from the multimedia area.
The deliverable "D.3.2.1 - Roadmap for the use of linguistic linked data for content analytics - Phase I" is now available in the following link.
This deliverable describes a roadmap for the use of linguistic linked data in content analytics.