BULAG 35 – NLP and the new issues of knowledge expressions on the web

Henri MADEC – Centre Lucien Tesnière – Université de Franche Comté (dir.)

2011 – ISBN : 978-2-84867-405-6 – 282 pages – format : 16*22 cm

Série : Revues

Revue : BULAG

17,00 €
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Résumé
What can be the future of the web? This question leads us to wonder how this new field will change the knowledge system in the world and what role is foreseen for NLP in the web 3, 4 and 5, ie the Internet to come. It is true that the web for many people means doubts. The treatment of information is very superficial. It is important for everybody to know who is who and who said what, who really does what. We must bring common sense and reason on the Net... We must take into account the specificity of each domain. All fields are concerned, but some very deeply: medicine, sciences such as chemistry, commerce, oil and energy, for instance... Exchanges between researchers have become the rule, the results
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Preface

Henri Madec

 

New knowledge expression on the web

Hanane Mahjoubi

 

Time processing on the Internet

Henri Madec

 

The DEFT text challenge

Jean-Baptiste Berthelin

 

Language analysis and knowledge modelling for automatic processing of incoming email: toward a competitive intelligence system in the field of air tourism

Marion Barbé

 

Terminology ontologies and NLP in the oil domain

Sultan Al Jazzar

 

The contributions of natural language processing and knowledge management to e-health

Pascale Etchebes

 

Using ontologies to improve the detection and categorization of evaluative segments in texts: the case of corporate reputation

Mathias Lambert, Philippe Laublet

 

Building ontologies for web data mining

Nadhir Jerbi

 

Arabic learning difficulties and web solutions
Implementations

Mona Al Wohaib

 

Platforms of multiapplication e-learning

Shatha Alhoti

 

From theory to practice: the establishment of French syntax e-learning system

Yu-Ann Lee

 

The Internet and linguistic instability in Algeria

Ali Sassane

 

Inventory of the SMS language, nowadays has it a harmfull influence on the French language

Thierry Lecolinet

 

Can the Internet promote plurilingual competence?

Maria Teresa Wlosowicz

 

Some translation issues: the case of Arabic and natural language processing

Farouk Bouhadiba, Djamel Zinai

 

Trends in the treatment of knowledge

Catherine Madec

Auteur(s)
Henri MADEC (dir.)
Centre Lucien Tesnière (dir.)
Université de Franche Comté (dir.)
Les auteurs sont des enseignants et des chercheurs du Centre Tesnière, d'universités françaises et étrangères, de centres de recherches partout dans le monde. Ils sont de civilisations diverses : européenne, arabe, chinoise…
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Enseignants et chercheurs TAL, chercheurs en sciences du langage, ingénieurs informaticiens, Linguistes, Ingénieurs connaissance (E-leaning), chercheurs en sciences cognitives, spécialistes des nouvelles technologies, journalistes.
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Centre Tesnière