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        1.    Marta Vila, Corpus-Based Approaches to Paraphrasing & Nominalization

Message 1: Corpus-Based Approaches to Paraphrasing & Nominalization
Date: 17-Sep-2010
From: Marta Vila <marta.vilaub.edu>
Subject: Corpus-Based Approaches to Paraphrasing & Nominalization
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Full Title: Corpus-Based Approaches to Paraphrasing & Nominalization
Short Title: CBA 2010

Date: 01-Dec-2010 - 02-Dec-2010
Location: Barcelona, Spain
Contact Person: M. Antònia Martí
Meeting Email: cba2010ub.edu
Web Site: http://stel.ub.edu/cba2010/

Linguistic Field(s): Computational Linguistics; Text/Corpus Linguistics

Call Deadline: 27-Sep-2010

Meeting Description:

'Corpus-Based Approaches to Paraphrasing and Nominalization'
1-2 December 2010

CBA 2010 aims to bring together linguists and computer scientists working
on corpus-based approaches to paraphrasing and nominalization.

Call For Papers

Extended Deadline, Final Call for Papers: 27 September, 2010

Please consider to contribute and/or forward to appropriate colleagues and

Deadline for paper submission: Monday 27 September, 2010
Workshop location: Universitat de Barcelona
Workshop Email : cba2010ub.edu

The goal of the 'Corpus-based Approaches to Paraphrasing and
Nominalization' workshop is to discuss different corpus-based approaches
to the automatic processing of paraphrases and nominal structures. This
workshop also aims to evaluate to what extent the analysis of paraphrases
and nominal structures can improve the quality of NLP applications. Finally,
this workshop might constitute a platform for the exchange of resources and
tools derived from research projects. Although paraphrasing and
nominalization are established as independent research fields, there exists
a close connection between them: nominalizations can be understood as a
kind of paraphrase. We believe there is a need to bring together linguists
and computer scientists, and we invite unpublished contributions related to
issues in these fields with a special emphasis on -though not limited to:
-Paraphrasing: scope and typology
-Methods for paraphrase extraction, recognition and generation
-Paraphrase corpora compilation
-Formalisms for paraphrase representation
-Multilingual paraphrasing
-Nominalization as a paraphrase subtype
-Nominalizations: analysis and classification
-Semantic Role Labelling for nominalization argument structure
-Recognition and interpretation of nominalizations
-Distribution of semantic selations among NPs, specially nominalized NPs
-Nominalizations in support verb constructions

Further information is available on the web http://stel.ub.edu/cba2010

Registration is free.

Invited Speakers
Atsushi Fujita (Future University-Hakodate)
Olya Gurevich (Powerset/Microsoft)
Eduard Hovy (University of Southern California)
Ruth Reeves (Department of Veterans Affairs, Nashville)

Important Dates
Paper submission deadline: 27 September 2010
Notification of acceptance: 1 November 2010
Workshop: 1-2 December 2010
Camera ready full papers: 20 January 2011

Submission Guidelines
Papers should be at most 8 A4-size pages in length including the
references. The text, except for the heading and the abstract, must be
written in two columns with 2.5 cm all four margins. The font should be 11-
point-size Times New Roman. All submissions must be PDF files. As
reviewing will be double-blind, the paper should not include the authors'
names and affiliation. Furthermore, self references that reveal the author's
identity should be avoided. Papers should be submitted electronically using
the paper submission software available at

After the workshop, selected papers will be published in the SEPLN journal:
Procesamiento del Lenguaje
Natural, 46 (April 2011).

Program Committee
Toni Badia (Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Spain)
Anabela Barreiro (Universidade do Porto, Portugal)
Rahul Bhagat (University of Southern California, EE.UU)
Gemma Boleda (Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya, Spain)
Carme Colominas (Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Spain)
Atsushi Fujita (Future University-Hakodate, Japan)
Roxana Girju (University of Illinois, EEUU)
Olya Gurevich (Powerset/Microsoft, EEUU)
Ulrich Heid (Universität Stuttgart, Germany)
Eduard Hovy (University of Southern California, EEUU)
Rafael Marín (Université de Lille-3, France)
M. Antònia Martí (Universitat de Barcelona, Spain)
Adam Meyers (New York University, EEUU)
Aina Peris (Universitat de Barcelona, Spain)
Ruth Reeves (Department of Veterans Affairs, Nashville, EEUU)
Marta Recasens (Universitat de Barcelona, Spain)
Horacio Rodríguez (Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya, Spain)
Teresa Suñol (Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Spain)
Mariona Taulé (Universitat de Barcelona, Spain)
Glòria de Valdívia (Universitat de Barcelona, Spain)
Marta Vila (Universitat de Barcelona, Spain)

Organizing Committee
Carme Colominas
M. Antònia Martí
Aina Peris
Mariona Taulé
Glòria de Valdívia
Marta Vila
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