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-**Email** : anne-francoise.cutting-decelle@unige.ch\\  +**Email1** : afcdec@gmail.com  : **to be used preferably !!**\\   
 +**Email2** : anne-francoise.cutting-decelle@unige.ch\\
 **Phone** : + 33 6 07 91 01 41 **Phone** : + 33 6 07 91 01 41
  
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 – requirements stemming from both industrial needs and Knowledge Engineering-based approaches, automatic representation and integration of those requirements in the standardisation documents,\\ – requirements stemming from both industrial needs and Knowledge Engineering-based approaches, automatic representation and integration of those requirements in the standardisation documents,\\
 - use of information extraction and semantic annotation techniques based on ontologies,\\ - use of information extraction and semantic annotation techniques based on ontologies,\\
-- application to NLP techniques to support the development of machine readable standards.+- application of NLP techniques to support the development of machine readable standards.
  
-The experience I have gained as an expert and a convenor in the various standardisation committees has enabled me to both understand and highlight the problems related to the specificity (and the complexity) of the whole standardisation process. This has given me an insight into the extent to which KE-based approaches can be used for standards drafting : KE-based methods applied to the process of standards drafting rely on the identification and/or development of ontologies corresponding to the domains of knowledge of the technical standards to be considered for the new standard. Since the scope, the point of view and the granularity of the ontologies can be different, it is often necessary to use alignment techniques to enable a synthesis of the different models.+The experience I have gained as an expert and a convenor in various standardisation committees has enabled me to both understand and highlight the problems related to the specificity (and the complexity) of the whole standardisation process. This has given me an insight into the extent to which KE-based approaches can be used for standards drafting : KE-based methods applied to the process of standards drafting rely on the identification and/or development of ontologies corresponding to the domains of knowledge of the technical standards to be considered for the new standard. Since the scope, the point of view and the granularity of the ontologies can be different, it is often necessary to use alignment techniques to enable a synthesis of the different models.
  
 Other applications of my research field, in relation to ontology engineering include :\\ Other applications of my research field, in relation to ontology engineering include :\\
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