Tutorial on LLOD – Linguistic Linked Open Data at TALN-RECITAL 2021

Meeting Dates: June 28th 2021

Venue: Originally foreseen in Lille, France, the event took place in a virtual fashion

Website: https://talnrecital2021.inria.fr/programme-2/


Gilles Sérasset and Thierry Declerck  gave a one-day tutorial on  LLOD – Linguistic Linked Open Data at the TALN-RECITAL 2021 conference. The tutorial was supported by the NexusLinguarum COST Action and the Prêt-à-LLOD project.

The tutorial gave an introduction to the concepts related to the Semantic Web and Linked Data, with a special focus on application scenarios in language technologies

It addressed the following elements:

  • Semantic Web and Linked Open Data
  • Ontologies (RDF, OWL, RDF-S, etc.)
  • Query mechanisms (SPARQL)
  • Metadata (DCAT, VOID, etc.)
  • Linguistic linked data
  • Lemon-Ontolex
  • Corpus and linked data
  • Linguistic annotations
  • Tools and applications of linguistic linked data