21 - 23 September 2017, 1st Workshop on Contextual Representation of Objects and Events in Language (CREOL 2017), Bolzano, Italy
CREOL aims at gathering together researchers from different communities (Applied Ontology, NLP, AI, Semantic Web) to investigate the relationship between representations of objects and events in ontological and linguistic resources, and their interpretation in their context of occurrence.
Presentations of sollicited contributions will be followed by a multi-centric panel session where authors will meet and discuss with other researchers and stakeholders from industry. Follow-up discussions will be organized to promote project networking, cross-contamination on methodological prospective approaches and techniques, and discussions over practical, individuated applications.
We solicit the following sorts of contributions:
- Regular papers on research issues and/or achievements describing original and unpublished work within the scope of the workshop (for oral presentation, up to 10 pages including references)
- Short papers reporting on system descriptions and demos (either oral presentation or poster, up to 6 pages including references)
- Extended abstracts reporting on International and national activities, projects and collaborations (presented in a 3 minute pitch, up to 4 pages including references).