The European Symposium on Languages for Special Purposes (LSP) is one of the largest and most important venues for LSP research in Europe. The theme of LSP2015 is “Multilingualism in Specialized Communication: Challenges and Opportunities in the Digital Age” and intends to reflect the progress in the LSP research and practice in the digital world.
In conjunction to the Symposium, the “1st International Workshop on the Use of Multilingual Language Resources in Knowledge Representation Systems” (MLKRep) was held on July 10th 2015 – endorsed by the FREME Project – where Dr. Felix Sasaki talked about “Approaches and application scenarios for integrating multilingual knowledge resources and Web content”. The aim of the MLKRep 2015 Workshop was to bring together researchers and practitioners from various disciplines interested in multilingual knowledge representation and to discuss possibilities of leveraging mutual benefits of language and knowledge representation resources.
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