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We’ve just had a paper accepted for the 4th Controlled Natural Language Workshop in Galway, Ireland in August. The paper describes a user study of people using a new tool for creating and editing OWL ontologies in OWL Simplified English. We asked some OWL experts and non-experts to create a small ontology from knowledge contained in part of a Simple Wikipedia article. The task was very hard because some of the information could not be represented in OWL so that, in addition to figuring out how to represent information, participants also had to be selective in their choice of what to represent.
We’re delighted to have received 20 submissions for our PITR 2014 workshop at EACL; especially so soon after the 2nd PITR. The submissions are on a wider range of topics this year: readability of medical text, systems aimed at people with reading difficulties, system evaluation, new methods, and more. Hopefully, our reviewers will judge enough of these to be of sufficient quality and novelty for the workshop.