Online Dictionaries, Dictionary Portals and Enhanced Search

COST ENeL WG1 meeting (organized with WG4)
Budapest, Hungary, 24-25 February 2017

Programme for joint WG1/WG4 meeting

Time slots include 5 minutes for discussion

24 February 2017 (14.00 – 18.00)
14.00-14.15Welcome and introduction: Robert Lew/Eveline Wandl-Vogt
Dictionary Portals and Interlinking content
14.15-14.40The quest for dictionaries as a research tool: a remarkable intersection
(Dirk Kinable)
14.40-15.05Linguistic Atlases as a Source for Dialectal Dictionaries
(Jožica Škofic)
15.05-15.30 A case-study on lexical variation in plant names using interlinked digitized dialect dictionaries
(Karlien Franco, Barbara Piringer and Eveline Wandl-Vogt)
15.30-15.55 The POLYTROPON Dictionary: towards developing a web service for querying and linking lexical data
(Voula Giouli and Nikos Sidiropoulos)
15.55-16.30 — Coffee —
Collaborative knowledge environments and embedded lexical content
16.30-17.00 Widening the scope and going into action: using and expanding the Portal to explore language variation
(Wiebke Blanck – Landlex Group)
17.00-17.30 Towards a Collaborative Cultural Lexicography Portal: the DARIAH Competence Centre
(R. Barbera, A. Calanducci, C. Carrubba, D. Davidovic, G. Inserra, G. La Rocca, R. Ricceri, B. Piringer and E. Wandl-Vogt)
17.30-18.00 Approaches towards a platform for exploratory knowledge interaction with connections to the European Dictionary Portal: Austrian Youth Language and Culture
(Amelie Dorn, Andrea Steiner)
25 February 2017 (9.00 – 13.00)
Enhancing Search Results using Federated Search
9.25-9.50 Towards a technology for dictionary intermediated dynamic alignment of multilingual corpora
(Dan Cristea, Eveline Wandl-Vogt, Mihaela Onofrei and Andrei Scutelnicu)
9.50-10.15 Usage of modern data exploration tools in e-Lexicography: A practical approach
(Alejandro Benito Santos)
10.15-10.45 — Coffee —
The European Dictionary Portal: Visions for the future
10.45-11.10The New Online Comprehensive Dictionary of Hungarian
Link to the dictionary
(Vera Lipp, Csaba Merényi)
11.10-11.45 Towards a metadata infrastructure for online dictionaries
(Michal Boleslav Mechura)
11.45-12.10The Museum as Metaphor: the future of the European Dictionary Portal as User-Centered Interface
(Caitlin Gura and Eveline Wandl-Vogt)
12.10-13.00 General discussion
25 February 2017 (14.00 – 18.00)
14.00-16.00The European Dictionary Portal: current progress and life beyond the ENeL project
14.00-15.00— Editing Features of the European Dictionary Portal and Curator’s Manual (Michal Boleslav Měchura + discussion)
15.00-16.00— The Future of the European Dictionary Portal (discussion moderated by Michal Boleslav Měchura)
16.00-16.30 — Coffee —
16.30-18.00 WG1 working meeting on Group objectives (other than the European Dictionary Portal) and future plans

CALL FOR PAPERS

The next ENeL meeting will take place in Budapest, and will be hosted by the Research Institute for Linguistics of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences. There will be a joint meeting of WG1 and WG4 on February 24-25, 2017. We now call on you to submit proposals for 20-minute presentations of 1000-1500 words by December 15th 2016 on the theme of Online Dictionaries, Dictionary Portals and Enhanced Search.

We are especially interested in papers that discuss:

  1. Dictionary Portals and Interlinking content
  2. Enhancing Search Results using Federated Search
  3. Visual approaches to displaying and analysing interlinked content and federated search
    results
  4. Collaborative knowledge environments and embedded lexical content
  5. The European Dictionary Portal: Visions for the future

The selection will be made by the Programme Committee including the chairs and vice-chairs of
Working Groups 1 and 4, based on topic relevance and merit. Accepted submissions will be made
available through the ENeL website as deliverables of the meeting.

GUIDELINES:
Length: 1000-1500 words (not counting references),
Stylesheet: the style should follow eLex but with length adjusted to 1000-1500 words and no
abstract, see: https://elex.link/elex2015/instructions-for-authors/
Format: MS Word, ODF, or PDF
Deadline: 15 December, 2016
Submission: by e-mail to rlew@amu.edu.pl, Bob.Boelhouwer@ivdnt.org, cost-enel@oeaw.ac.at (all
three addresses), with the subject line: “COST-WG1/WG4 paper submission Budapest 2017”
Notification of acceptance: January 6, 2017
Place and date of the meeting: Budapest, February 24-25, 2017
Accepted papers qualify for reimbursement. In addition, ENeL members are welcome to attend
using alternative funds.