Intercultural Collaboration: First International Workshop, IWIC 2007 Kyoto, Japan, January 25-26, 2007 Invited and Selected Pape by Toru IshidaIntercultural Collaboration: First International Workshop, IWIC 2007 Kyoto, Japan, January 25-26, 2007 Invited and Selected Pape by Toru Ishida

Intercultural Collaboration: First International Workshop, IWIC 2007 Kyoto, Japan, January 25-26…

byToru IshidaEditorSusan R. Fussell, Piek T. J. M. Vossen

Paperback | August 21, 2007

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This book presents 29 revised invited and selected lectures given by top-researchers at the First International Workshop on Intercultural Collaboration, IWIC 2007, held in Kyoto, Japan. This state-of-the-art survey increases mutual understanding in our multicultural world by featuring collaboration support, social psychological analyses of intercultural interaction, and case studies from field workers.

Title:Intercultural Collaboration: First International Workshop, IWIC 2007 Kyoto, Japan, January 25-26…Format:PaperbackDimensions:398 pagesPublished:August 21, 2007Publisher:Springer-Verlag/Sci-Tech/TradeLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:3540739998

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Table of Contents

Ontology for Language Resources and Services.- Connecting the Universal to the Specific: Towards the Global Grid.- Towards a Conceptual Core for Multicultural Processing: A Multilingual Ontology Based on the Swadesh List.- Conceptual Framework of an Upper Ontology for Describing Linguistic Services.- Formal Ontology of 'Cultures' and 'Ethnic Groups' Based on Type Theory and Functional Programming.- Capturing a Conceptual Model for Intercultural Collaboration in Copyright Management (A Domain Ontology of International Copyright Laws).- Developing Language Resources and Services.- The Lextype DB: A Web-Based Framework for Supporting Collaborative Multilingual Grammar and Treebank Development.- Collaborative Platform for Multilingual Resource Development and Intercultural Communication.- Exploiting Aligned Parallel Corpora in Multilingual Studies and Applications.- Connecting Language Resources and Services.- Multilingual Communication Support Using the Language Grid.- Hanzi Grid.- Fostering Intercultural Collaboration: A Web Service Architecture for Cross-Fertilization of Distributed Wordnets.- MCD: A Joint Semantic Project on East Asian Languages.- Tools for Intercultural Collaboration.- Designing an Aural Comprehension Aid for Interlingual Communication.- Parallel-Text Based Support System for Intercultural Communication at Medical Receptions.- Design and Development of a Pictogram Communication System for Children Around the World.- Emotions in Intercultural Collaboration.- Cross-Cultural Study of Avatars' Facial Expressions and Design Considerations Within Asian Countries.- Culturally-Situated Pictogram Retrieval.- Emotion Eliciting Events in the Workplace: An Intercultural Comparison.- Analysis of Intercultural Collaboration.- Intra- and Inter-cultural Collaboration in Science and Engineering.- Culture and Computers: A Review of the Concept of Culture and Implications for Intercultural Collaborative Online Learning.- Adoption of Translation Support Technologies in a Multilingual Work Environment.- Bayesian Belief Network Approach for Analysis of Intercultural Collaboration in Virtual Communities Using Social Capital Theory.- Social Conventions and Issues of Space for Distributed Collaboration.- Board-Based Collaboration in Cross-Cultural Pairs.- Actual Fields of Intercultural Collaboration.- Atoms of Bonding: Communication Components Bridging Children Worldwide (Invited Talk).- Teaching HCI: A Challenging Intercultural, Interdisciplinary, Cross-Field Experience.- Inclusive Design Workshop by Regional Cooperation Between an NPO and a University.- How Intercultural Disaster Reduction Education Change Students: A Case Study of an Evening Course Senior High School in Hyogo, Japan.- Intercultural Collaboration: Instrumentality of the GLOBE Study.