Dagstuhl Workshop "Standards for Dialogue Coding
in Natural Language Processing"
This is the old wing of Dagstuhl castle
During the last years, corpus based approaches have gained significant
importance in the field of natural language processing. Currently,
large corpora for many different languages are being collected all
over the world. In order for these data to be useful for training and
for testing implemented systems, the corpora must be annotated in
various ways. The Discourse
Resource Initiative (DRI) is an effort to assemble discourse
resources in support of discourse research and applications.
seminar at the Dagstuhl Castle,
February, 2.-7, 1997, was the second in a series of DRI workshops with
the goal to develop a standard to annotate corpora for
semantic/pragmatic and discourse features.
You also may be interested in the Special
Interest Group on Discourse and Dialogue Processing , which was
initiated as an international grassroots effort by discourse and
dialogue processing researchers in order to serve as a focal point for
sharing information and resources.
Information about the workshop:
last change: 11. November 1998