Making Metadata Fit for Next Generation Language Technology Platforms: The Metadata Schema of the European Language Grid [article]

Penny Labropoulou and Katerina Gkirtzou and Maria Gavriilidou and Miltos Deligiannis and Dimitrios Galanis and Stelios Piperidis and Georg Rehm and Maria Berger and Valérie Mapelli and Mickaël Rigault and Victoria Arranz and Khalid Choukri and Gerhard Backfried and José Manuel Gómez Pérez and Andres Garcia Silva
2020 arXiv   pre-print
The current scientific and technological landscape is characterised by the increasing availability of data resources and processing tools and services. In this setting, metadata have emerged as a key factor facilitating management, sharing and usage of such digital assets. In this paper we present ELG-SHARE, a rich metadata schema catering for the description of Language Resources and Technologies (processing and generation services and tools, models, corpora, term lists, etc.), as well as
more » ... ed entities (e.g., organizations, projects, supporting documents, etc.). The schema powers the European Language Grid platform that aims to be the primary hub and marketplace for industry-relevant Language Technology in Europe. ELG-SHARE has been based on various metadata schemas, vocabularies, and ontologies, as well as related recommendations and guidelines.
arXiv:2003.13236v1 fatcat:wi32qvo5frgijnryjjs4fr6p4y