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© Bowne Global Solutions, Inc All rights reserved Bowne Global Solutions and OLIF Industry Implementation Michael Kranawetvogl Linguistic Engineering Bowne Global Solutions
© Bowne Global Solutions, Inc. All rights reserved 2 Why is Bowne Interested in Standardized Data Exchange? Localization provider for over 300 clients => over 300 data models! Optimize and simplify the process of interchanging terminological data MT lexicons for 22 language directions Optimize and simplify the process of interchanging lexical data
© Bowne Global Solutions, Inc. All rights reserved 3 The Bowne Linguistic Repository Single data repository for all terminological, lexical and TM data Each entry may be used for HT/MT/NLP Incorporates project and general term/lex data Web-based access for managing and consulting data
© Bowne Global Solutions, Inc. All rights reserved 4 The Bowne Linguistic Repository Terminological Data Categories => checked by (ISO 12620)/ QA Person (BGS); MT-Related Data Categories => InflectionClass (OLIF)/ Inflection Class (BGS); Localization-related Data Categories
© Bowne Global Solutions, Inc. All rights reserved 5 3 basic entry types The Bowne Linguistic Repository
© Bowne Global Solutions, Inc. All rights reserved 6 The Bowne Linguistic Repository
© Bowne Global Solutions, Inc. All rights reserved 7 Mapping Bowne Data to ISO/OLIF in RDF Specify data categories used in the BGS database, adding exact definitions for mapping. Map data categories to existing standards or interchange formats (ISO 12620, OLIF); define supplemental data categories; propose new data categories for standardization (TC37/SC4). Define export format using tools and formats developed by the SALT group to create an XML environment for BGS terminological entries designated for interchange with TBX. Create or identify converters to export BGS data to TBX, and to import BGS data into other databases (e.g., customer dbs) and data from other dbs into the BGS Linguistic Repository.
© Bowne Global Solutions, Inc. All rights reserved 8 Mapping Bowne Data to ISO/OLIF in RDF OLIF and ISO Categories
© Bowne Global Solutions, Inc. All rights reserved 9 Exchanging Lexical Data: LIF Data Categories Lemma Translation Part of Speech Attribute(s) Comment Headword Morphology Initials Date Sanitized Headword
© Bowne Global Solutions, Inc. All rights reserved 10 LIF Data Categories and Attributes
© Bowne Global Solutions, Inc. All rights reserved 11 Mapping Data Categories: Localization Category Platform Module
© Bowne Global Solutions, Inc. All rights reserved 12 Mapping Data Categories: Comments OLIF Bowne Comment Fields
© Bowne Global Solutions, Inc. All rights reserved 13 Mapping Data Categories: More Examples Domain Hierarchy Levels Component Information Inflection Class, Domain and Semantic Type Information
© Bowne Global Solutions, Inc. All rights reserved 14 Mapping Data Categories: Semantic Type OLIF2 Values
© Bowne Global Solutions, Inc. All rights reserved 15 More Proposals and Comments Promote OLIF guidelines for formulating canonical forms Tool for mapping OLIF data categories Expandable OLIF category value lists for domain and semantic type
© Bowne Global Solutions, Inc. All rights reserved 16 Contact Information ____________________________________________________ Michael Kranawetvogl Linguistic Engineering Bowne Global Solutions Michael.Kranawetvogl@bowneglobal.es Office:Calle Orense 69 28020 Madrid, Spain Phone:+34-981-555 316 URL:www.bowneglobal.com
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