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LINGUIST List 21.4986

Thu Dec 09 2010

Calls: Text/Corpus Ling, Computational Ling/Germany

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        1.     Thomas Schmidt , Multilingual Resources and Multilingual Applications

Message 1: Multilingual Resources and Multilingual Applications
Date: 09-Dec-2010
From: Thomas Schmidt <thomas.schmidtuni-hamburg.de>
Subject: Multilingual Resources and Multilingual Applications
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Full Title: Multilingual Resources and Multilingual Applications
Short Title: GSCL2011

Date: 28-Sep-2011 - 30-Sep-2011
Location: Hamburg, Germany
Contact Person: Thomas Schmidt
Meeting Email: < click here to access email >
Web Site: http://www.corpora.uni-hamburg.de/gscl2011/index_en.php

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

Call Deadline: 01-Apr-2011

Meeting Description:

Annual conference of the German Society for Computational Linguistics and Speech Technology (GSCL - www.gscl.org).

Call for Papers:

Contributions to any topic related to Computational Linguistics and Language Technology are invited, but we especially encourage submissions that are related to the main theme. The topic "Multilingual Resources and Multilingual Applications" comprises all aspects of computational linguistics and speech and language technology in which issues of multilingualism, of language contrasts or of language independent representations play a major role. This includes, for instance:

-Representation and analysis of parallel corpora and comparable corpora
-Multilingual lexical resources
-Machine translation
-Annotation and analysis of learner corpora
-Linguistic variation in linguistic data and applications
-Localisation and internationalisation

Conference languages are English and German; contributions are welcome in both languages. Three types of submission are invited:

- Regular talk - Submission of an extended abstract
- Poster - Submission of an abstract
-System presentation - Submission of an abstract

Only contributions in electronic form will be accepted. We do not provide style sheets for submissions at this stage; constraints on length are given below. Submissions must be submitted via the electronic conference system (URL will follow).

Important dates:

01 April 2011: Deadline for submission of contributions (Regular talks, posters, system presentations)
31 May 2011: Notification of acceptance
28-30 September 2011: Conference

Format for extended abstracts (for regular talks):

Reviewing is anonymous. Please make sure that authors are not identifiable from the paper. Each paper should start with a short summary.
Length: Maximum 4 pages in 11pt (excluding references)
Format: PDF

Format for abstracts (for posters or system presentations):

Reviewing of abstracts for posters is anonymous. Please make sure that authors are not identifiable from the paper. Abstracts for system presentations need not be anonymised.
Length: Maximum 2 pages in 11pt (excluding references)
Format: PDF



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