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LINGUIST List 20.1886

Sat May 16 2009

Calls: Computational Linguistics, General Linguistics/Singapore

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Message 1: International Conference on Asian Language Processing
Date: 14-May-2009
From: Bhaskararao Peri <pbryokyahoo.com>
Subject: International Conference on Asian Language Processing
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Full Title: International Conference on Asian Language Processing
Short Title: IALP2009

Date: 07-Dec-2009 - 09-Dec-2009
Location: Singapore, Singapore
Contact Person: Kim-Teng Lua
Meeting Email: < click here to access email >
Web Site: http://ialp2009.colips.org/index.php

Linguistic Field(s): Computational Linguistics; General Linguistics

Call Deadline: 30-Jun-2009

Meeting Description:

The International Conference on Asian Language Processing (IALP) is one of a series of
conferences with unique focus on Asian Language Processing. The conference aims
to advance the science and technology of all the aspect of Asian Language
Processing by providing a forum for researchers in different fields of language
study all over the world to meet. The first meeting of IALP was held in
Singapore in 1986 and was called the International Conference on Chinese
Computing (ICCC). This meeting initiated the study of Chinese and Asian
languages processing in Singapore and resulted in the formation of COLIPS in
Singapore in 1988, as well as the publication of the journal titled 'Journal of
Chinese Language and Computing' since 1991.

Last year, IALP 2008 was held in Chiang Mai University, Thailand and the
proceedings were indexed by ISTP/ISI. This year's IALP 2009 will be held in
Singapore and is co-organized by COLIPS and IEEE Singapore Computer Chapter.
The proceedings have been accepted by IEEE CPS (Conference Publication
Services) for publication. IEEE CPS will submit it for indexing in EI, ISTP/ISI
and Current Contents on Diskette (http://www.computer.org/portal/site/cscps)

IALP2009 is now organized into 6 tracks:
1.Linguistics and Language Studies
2.Computational Linguistics
3.Language Information Processing (Information extraction, analysis etc)
4.Language Technologies (Input, output, font, recognition, synthesis etc)
5.Computer-aided Language Learning
6.Machine Translation

Call for Papers

Important Dates:
Jun 30, 2009 Paper submissions due
Jul 31, 2009 Paper notification of acceptance
Aug 31, 2009 Camera-ready full papers due and registration

All deadlines close at 23:59hrs, Singapore Time (GMT+8) unless otherwise
stated.

Papers are invited on substantial, original and unpublished research in all
aspects of Asian Language Processing, including, but not limited to:

-Input and output of large character sets of Asian languages
-Typesetting and font designs of Asian languages
-Asian character encoding and compression
-Multimodal representations and processing
-Voice input and output
-Phonology and morphology
-Lexical semantics and word sense
-Grammars, syntax, semantics and discourse
-Word segmentation, chunking, tagging and syntactic parsing
-Word sense disambiguation, semantic role labeling and semantic parsing
-Discourse analysis
-Language, linguistic and speech resource development
-Evaluation methods and user studies
-Machine learning for natural language
-Text analysis, understanding, summarization and generation
-Text mining and information extraction, summarization and retrieval
-Text entailment and paraphrasing
-Text Sentiment analysis, opinion mining and question answering
-Machine translation and multilingual processing
-Linguistic, psychological and mathematical models of language, computational
psycholinguistics, computational linguistics and mathematical linguistics
-Language modeling, statistical methods in natural language processing and
speech processing
-Spoken language processing, understanding, generation and translation
-Rich transcription and spoken information retrieval
-Speech recognition and synthesis
-Natural language applications, tools and resources, system evaluation
-Asian language learning, teaching and computer-aided language learning
-NLP in vertical domains, such as biomedical, chemical and legal text
-NLP on noisy unstructured text, such as email, blogs, and SMS
-Special hardware and software for Asian language computing

Paper Submission:
The guidelines for paper submission are as follows:

Submissions must describe substantial, original, completed and unpublished
work. Wherever appropriate, concrete evaluation and analysis should be
included. Submissions will be judged on correctness, originality, technical
strength, significance, relevance to the conference, and interest to the
attendees. Each submission will be reviewed by three program committee members.
Accepted papers will be presented in one of the oral sessions or poster
sessions as determined by the program committee. Papers must be written in
English.

All submissions must be electronic and in Portable Document Format (PDF) only,
using paper submission software at: https://www.softconf.com/a/IALP09/.

Format:
Full paper submissions should follow the IEEE Proceedings' format without
exceeding six (6) pages including references. We strongly recommend the use of
the LaTeX style files or Microsoft Word style files tailored for this year's
conference according to IEEE Proceedings' format, which will be available on
the conference website soon. Submissions must conform to the official style
guidelines, and they must be electronic in PDF.

As the reviewing will be blind, manuscripts must not include the authors' names
and affiliations. Authors should ensure that their identities are not revealed
in any way in the paper. Papers that do not conform to these requirements will
be rejected without review.



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