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Proceedings of 2005 E-MELD Workshop

Presentations (session I - V)
Poster & Demo
Working Group Reports

Session I - V

Laura Buszard–Welcher (Rosetta Project/UC Berkeley)
Experiences from the Field [abstract]

Michael Cysouw, Jeff Good, Mihai Albu & Hans–Jöerg Bibiko (Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology)
Can GOLD "cope" with WALS? Retrofitting an ontology onto the World Atlas of Languages Structures [PDF] [abstract]

Alexis Dimitriadis, Adam Saulwick, & Menzo Windhouwer
(Utrecht institute of Linguistics OTS, University of Amsterdam)
Semantic Relations in Ontology Mediated Linguistic Data Integration [HTML] [Word] [abstract]

Arienne Dwyer (University of Kansas)
Panning for GOLD while Discovering a Grammar [abstract]

Scott O. Farrar (University of Bremen)
“The GOLD Community Vision” [abstract] [Presentation] In The GOLD Community of Practice [PDF]

Daniela Goecke, Harald Lungen, Felix Sasaki, Andreas Witt, & Scott Farrar
(Bielefeld University, Justus–Liebig–University Gießen, University of Bremen)
GOLD and Discourse: Domain– and Community–Specific Extensions [HTML] [Word] [abstract]

Steve Helmreich & Ron Zacharski (New Mexico State University)
The Role of Ontologies in a Linguistic Knowledge Acquisition Task [HTML] [Word] [abstract]

Baden Hughes (University of Melbourne)
A Folk Ontology for Linguistic Markup [abstract]

Baden Hughes & David Nash (University of Melbourne)
Roadtesting GOLD in Shoebox/Toolbox [abstract]

David Kamholz (Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology)
An Ontology for Sounds and Sound Changes [HTML] [Word] [abstract]

Anna Kibort & Greville G. Corbett (University of Surrey)
Proposed Grammatical Features Resource [HTML] [Word] [abstract]

D. Terence Langendoen, Brian Fitzsimons and Emily Kidder (University of Arizona)
The GOLD Effort so Far [abstract] [HTML] [Word] [Presentation]

William D. Lewis (California State University, Fresno)
“Taking Resources to the Brink of Interoperation: Profiles, Termsets and Best Practice Markup“ [abstract]
In The GOLD Community of Practice [PDF]

Barbara Lust, Suzanne Flynn, Maria Blume, Jon Corson-Rikert, & Brian Lowe
(Cornell University, MIT, Cornell University Albert Mann Library)
Searching Interoperability between Linguistic Coding and Ontologies for Language Description: Language Acquisition Data [HTML] [Word] [abstract]

Farhad Mostowfi, Farshad Fatouhi, & Anthony Aristar (Wayne State University)
OntoGloss: An Ontology-based Annotation Tool [HTML] [Word] [abstract]

Robert Munro & David Nathan (School of Oriental and African Studies, London)
Towards Portability and Interoperability for Linguistic Annotation and Language–specific Ontologies
[HTML] [Word] [abstract]

Gary F. Simons (SIL International)
Beyond the Brink: Realizing Interoperation through an RDF Database [PDF] [abstract]

Ruth Singer (University of Melbourne)
Morpheme Meanings and Constructional Meanings – Relevance for Building GOLD [HTML] [Word] [abstract]

Laure Vieu (Laboratory for Applied Ontology)
Ontology, Ontologies and Linguistics [abstract]

Dietmar Zaefferer (Ludwig–Maximilians–University Munich)
The Place of Linguistic Concepts within a General Ontology of Everyday Life [HTML] [Word] [abstract]

Poster & Demo

Hans–Jörg Bibiko (Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology)
The World Atlas of Language Structures — WALS [abstract]

Laura Buszard–Welcher & Michael Zhenwei Chen
(Rosetta Project/UC Berkeley, Wayne State university)
FIELD (Field Input Environment for Linguistic Data): An Ontology-Backed Lexical Database Tool

Gene Deal (University of Utah)
Computational Orthographic Transcription [abstract]

Alexis Dimitriadis, Adam Saulwick & Menzo Windhouwer (Utrecht institute of Linguistics OTS, University of Amsterdam)
The Typological Database System: Integrated access to diverse typological databases [abstract]

K. David Harrison, Bernard Spolsky, William Rivers, & Richard Brecht
(Swarthmore College, Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology)
Making Language Variation Visible [abstract]

Susan Hooyenga Megan Zdrojkowski & Steve Moran (Eastern Michigan University)
Creating Language Resources that Last: The E–MELD Project and Best Practices in Digital Language Documentation [abstract]

William Lewis, Gregg Deslauriers, Hector Gonzalez & Sam Trenholme (California State University, Fresno)
ODIN — The Online Database of Interlinear Text [abstract]

Paul Trilsbeek & Peter Wittenburg (Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics)
Language Resource Archiving at the MPI — management and utilization [abstract]

Working Group Reports

Group 1: Native American Languages [Report / Presentation]
Group 2: Sino–Tibetan Languages [Report / Presentation]
Group 3: Australian & Austronesian Languages [Report] [Annotations on GOLD]
Group 4: Caucasian, Turkic, Mongolic [Report / Presentation]
Group 5: Phonetics & Phonology [Report]
Group 6: Structure of the Ontology, esp. upper level categories, and ontology–based services [Report / Presentation]
Summary: Working Group Reports Summary [Report / Spreadsheet]