International conference on terminology and knowledge engineering

December 15, 2004

Brussels, 14 Dec 2004

An international conference on 'terminological methods in content development with special emphasis on semantic interoperability and standardization' (TKE 2005) will take place in Copenhagen, Denmark from 16 to 19 August 2005.

Topics discussed will include:
- methodology standardization;
- semantic interoperability under the requirements of multilinguality and multimodality;
- metadata;
- data elements and data categories;
- metamodels;
- information extraction and retrieval;
- terminology extraction;
- content development;
- content maintenance and updating mechanisms;
- ontologies;
- concept system;
- classification systems and thesauri;
- taxonomies

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