LINGUIST List 14.2383

Tue Sep 9 2003

Calls: Computational Ling/Seoul, Korea

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  1. gelbukh, CICLing-2004

Message 1: CICLing-2004

Date: Mon, 08 Sep 2003 16:47:23 +0000
From: gelbukh <>
Subject: CICLing-2004

5th International Conference on Intelligent Text Processing and
Computational Linguistics Short Title: CICLing-2004

Date: 15-FEB-04 - 21-FEB-04
Location: Seoul, Korea, Republic of
Contact: Alexander Gelbukh
Contact Email: 
Meeting URL:

Linguistic Sub-field: Text/Corpus Linguistics, Computational
Linguistics Call Deadline: 01-Oct-2003

Meeting Description: PRELIMINARY 

Call for Papers:

 Fourth International Conference
 on Intelligent Text Processing
 and Computational Linguistics

 February 15 to 21, 2004
 Seoul, Korea



 SUBMISSION DEADLINE: October 10, short papers: October 20

 To be announced

 To be announced (one: Royal Palaces of Seoul)
 See photos of past events at

 AIR TICKET PRICE FROM EU/US: about $1000 in February

 URL: ============================
-*!NEW!*- Deadline correction, keynote speakers, excursions, photos


 Fifth International Conference
 on Intelligent Text Processing
 and Computational Linguistics

 February 15 to 21, 2004
 Seoul, Korea


 PUBLICATION: Springer LNCS (indexed by SCI Extended)

 -*!NEW!*- SUBMISSION DEADLINE: October 1, short papers: October 20
 (*** 1st CFP erroneously said October 10 instead of 1 ***)

 -*!NEW!*- KEYNOTE SPEAKERS: Martin Kay, Philip Resnik, Ricardo

 Archeological sites, Royal Palaces, traditional village, and more
 See photos at

 Air ticket price from EU/US: $800 - $1000 in February


The latest complete version of this CFP is on the website.
Just in case, below is an ABRIDGED text. If you can read the 
website, please go there and IGNORE the rest of this document.


- Why CICLing?
- Areas of interest
- Important dates
- Registration
- Submission guidelines
- Program Committee

| Why CICLing?

We consider the following factors to define our identity:

 - ISI-indexed publication
 - Excellent keynote speakers
 - General interest
 - Informal interaction
 - Excellent excursions

| Areas of interest 

We are interested in whatever helps, will help eventually, or might
help computers meaningfully process language data.

Areas of interest include, but are not limited by, the following
topics, as long as the topic is presented in computer-related or
formal description aspects:

Computational linguistics research:

 Computational linguistic theories and formalisms
 Representation of linguistic knowledge
 Discourse models
 Text generation
 Statistical methods in computational linguistics
 Corpus linguistics
 Lexical resources

Intelligent text processing and applications:

 Document classification and search
 Information retrieval
 Information extraction
 Text mining
 Automatic summarization
 Spell checking
 Natural language interfaces

| Important dates

Submission deadline: October 1, short papers: October 20
Notification of acceptance: October 20, short papers: November 1
Firm camera-ready deadline: November 10
Conf: February 15-21

Authors of rejected full papers will be given a chance to re-submit
their works as short papers.

| Registration 

Early (before November 10) / On-site registration fee:

 Professionals US$ 280 / 350
 Students US$ 180 / 220

Authors pay EARLY registration fee. A limited number of reduced
registrations will be available.

| Submission guidelines 

ALL accepted full and short papers will be published in a Proceedings
volume edited by Springer-Verlag in its Lecture Notes in Computer
Science series.

Page limit: 12 / 4 pages (full / short papers).

Format: Springer LNSC,


| Program Committee

See webpage; 50 people from 17 countries.

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