Since 1st January 2012 TALARIS has become Synalp.
TALARIS stands for Traitement Automatique des Langues: Représentations, Inférences, et Sémantique. As the name suggests, the project is devoted to computational linguistics, with a special emphasis on research topics related to semantics and inference.
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The research topics of TALARIS include
For a detailed description please visit the Research Topics section.
2010-11-16 : Paper accepted. Rojas-Barahona L, Bazillon T, Quignard M and Lefèvre F. Using MMIL for the High Level Semantic Annotation of the French MEDIA Dialogue Corpus. International Conference on Computational Semantics, IWCS2011.
2010-11-02 : Paper accepted. Cruz-Lara, S., Osswald, T., Guinaud, J., Bellalem, N., Bellalem, L., Camal, J.-P. (to be published 2011). A Chat Interface Using Standards for Communication and E-learning in Virtual Worlds. Lecture Notes in Business Information Processing, Springer.
2010-11-02 : Paper accepted. Cruz-Lara, S., Osswald, T., Camal, J.-P., Bellalem, N., Bellalem, L., Guinaud, J.(to be published 2011). Enabling Multilingual Social Interactions and Fostering Language Learning in Virtual Worlds. Handbook of Research on Practices and Outcomes in Virtual Worlds, IGI Globals.
2010-11-02 : Paper accepted. Cruz-Lara, S., Cabello, J. M., Osswald, T., Collado, A., Franco, J. M., Barrera, S. (to be published 2011). Tourism in Virtual Worlds: Means, Goals and Needs. Handbook of Research on Practices and Outcomes in Virtual Worlds, IGI Globals.
2010-09-24 : Paper accepted at SIGDIAL 2010
: A. Denis. Reference reversibility with Reference Domain Theory. pdf
2010-08-25 : Paper accepted at ECCE 2010
: D. Fréard, A. Denis, F. Détienne, M. Baker, M. Quignard, F. Barcellini. The role of argumentation in online epistemic communities: the anatomy of a conflict in Wikipedia. pdf
2010-08-13 : Paper accepted at the Interdisciplinary workshop on verbs
: I. Falk, C. Gardent. Bootstraping a Classification of French Verbs Using Formal Concept Analysis. (November 4-5, 2010)
2010-07-07 : Paper accepted at the INLG 2010
: A. Denis. Generating Referring Expressions with Reference Domain Theory. pdf