Cross-Linguistic Discourse Annotation:
Towards Shared Resources, Tools and Methods
(TextLink: COST Action IS1312)
Call for Papers
The TextLink COST Action addresses Discourse Relational Devices (DRDs) in terms of resources, annotation models (including their comparability), and tools both for annotating DRDs and interconnecting annotated data. With a network covering research on no less than 20 different languages, written as well as spoken discourse, in a variety of genres and registers, and corpora that range from « in construction » to « fully annotated », the second Action Conference will constitute a milestone in (re)defining the objectives that need to be reached in view of constructing a TextLink Portal that make these resources and tools more widely known and available.
The meeting is open to everyone, both current members of TextLink and other researchers and practitioners working in the area.
Venue: Karoli Gaspar University of the Reformed Church, Budapest
Dates: 11–13 April 2016