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New publication: Language technologies for a multilingual Europe: Rehm, Stein, Sasaki, Witt (eds.)

Mis à jour : 2 Sep 2018

ISBN-13 (15): 978-3-946234-73-9

ISBN-13 hardcover (28): 978-3-946234-77-7

Publication date (01): 2018-06-19

Language science press


This volume of the series “Translation and Multilingual Natural Language Processing” includes most of the papers presented at the Workshop “Language Technology for a Multilingual Europe”, held at the University of Hamburg on September 27, 2011 in the framework of the conference GSCL 2011 with the topic “Multilingual Resources and Multilingual Applications”, along with several additional contributions. In addition to an overview article on Machine Translation and two contributions on the European initiatives META-NET and Multilingual Web, the volume includes six full research articles. Our intention with this workshop was to bring together various groups concerned with the umbrella topics of multilingualism and language technology, especially multilingual technologies. This encompassed, on the one hand, representatives from research and development in the field of language technologies, and, on the other hand, users from diverse areas such as, among others, industry, administration and funding agencies. The Workshop “Language Technology for a Multilingual Europe” was co-organised by the two GSCL working groups “Text Technology” and “Machine Translation” (http://gscl.info) as well as by META-NET (http://www.meta-net.eu).


Georg Rehm, Felix Sasaki, Daniel Stein, Andreas Witt

Chapter 1

Machine translation
Past, present and future
Daniel Stein

Chapter 2

The META-NET strategic research agenda for language technology in Europe
An extended summary
Georg Rehm

Chapter 3

Metadata for the multilingual web
Felix Sasaki

Chapter 4

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