Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche

Tipo di prodottoAbstract in atti di convegno
TitoloGrey Literature and Computational Limguistics: From Paper to Net
Anno di pubblicazione2009
FormatoCartaceo
Autore/iMarzi C.; Pardelli G.; Sassi M.
Affiliazioni autoriCNR-ILC, Pisa
Autori CNR e affiliazioni
  • CLAUDIA MARZI
  • GABRIELLA PARDELLI
  • MANUELA SASSI
Lingua/e
  • inglese
AbstractThe advent and exponential development of the World Wide Web has led to an increasing availability of unstructured knowledge and distributed information sources, meeting general public requirements that are hardly addressed by other more traditional information channels. This trend has concurrently raised a considerable interest in the application of Computational Linguistics (CL) methodologies to document access and retrieval, as they offer the unprecedented opportunity to make the subjective, user-centred information demands of Net citizens meet the ever changing and heterogeneous information flow of the web. Over the last five years, more and more Italian Universities have introduced CL courses into their Humanities curricula, making available on-line teaching materials, tutorials and language engineering software that appear to supply the lack of offer from traditional Italian publishing houses. In this paper, we consider in some detail the role played by this type of Grey Literature in bringing up a wider and increasingly more aware community of web users in Italy. Theme: Impact of Grey Literature on Net Citizens
Pagine da81
Pagine a84
Pagine totali4
Rivista-
Numero volume della rivista-
Serie/CollanaGL-conference series
ISSN: 1385-2308
Titolo chiave: GL-conference series
Titolo del volumeEleventh International Conference on Grey Literature "The Grey Mosaic, Piecing it All Together" Acronimo titolo evento
Numero volume della serie/collana11
Curatore/i del volumeDominic J. Farace and J.Frantzen
ISBN978-90-77484-14-2
DOI-
Verificato da refereeSì: Internazionale
Stato della pubblicazione-
Indicizzazione (in banche dati controllate)
  • PUMA (Codice:cnr.ilc/2009-A6-001)
Parole chiaveComputational Linguistics, Grey Literature, Web-based information
Link (URL, URI)-
Titolo convegno/congressoEleventh International Conference on Grey Literature "The Grey Mosaic, Piecing it All Together"
Luogo convegno/congressoWashington, DC
Data/e convegno/congresso14-15 December 2009
RilevanzaInternazionale
RelazioneContributo
Titolo parallelo-
Note/Altre informazioni-
Strutture CNR
  • ILC — Istituto di linguistica computazionale "Antonio Zampolli"
Moduli CNR
    Progetti Europei-
    Allegati
    • Washington_2009

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    I dati associati a vecchie tipologie non sono modificabili, derivano dal cambiamento della tipologia di prodotto e hanno solo valore storico.
    Editore
    • TEXTRELEASE, GL PROGRAM & CONFERENCE BUREAU, Amsterdam (Paesi Bassi)
    TipoAbstract

    Dati storici
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    Area disciplinareLanguage & Linguistics
    Area valutazione CIVRScienze dell'Antichità, filologico-letterarie e storico-artistiche
    NoteIn: GL11 - Eleventh International Conference on Grey Literature "The Grey Mosaic, Piecing it All Together" (Washington, DC, 14-15 December 2009). Abstract, vol. GL Conference series, ISSN 1385-2308; no 11 Abstract Book pp. 81 - 84. Dominic J. Farace and J.Frantzen (eds.). TextRelease, 2009.
    Descrizione sintetica del prodottoThe advent and exponential development of the World Wide Web has led to an increasing availability of unstructured knowledge and distributed information sources, meeting general public requirements that are hardly addressed by other more traditional information channels. This trend has concurrently raised a considerable interest in the application of Computational Linguistics (CL) methodologies to document access and retrieval, as they offer the unprecedented opportunity to make the subjective, user-centred information demands of Net citizens meet the ever changing and heterogeneous information flow of the web. Over the last five years, more and more Italian Universities have introduced CL courses into their Humanities curricula, making available on-line teaching materials, tutorials and language engineering software that appear to supply the lack of offer from traditional Italian publishing houses. In this paper, we consider in some detail the role played by this type of Grey Literature in bringing up a wider and increasingly more aware community of web users in Italy. Theme: Impact of Grey Literature on Net Citizens