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Subject: 12th Conference of the Pacific Association for Computational Linguistics
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Full Title: 12th Conference of the Pacific Association for Computational Linguistics
Short Title: PACLING 2011
Date: 19-Jul-2011 - 21-Jul-2011
Location: Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Contact Person: Normaziah A. Aziz
Meeting Email: < click here to access email >
Web Site: http://kict.iium.edu.my/pacling/
Linguistic Field(s): Computational Linguistics
Call Deadline: 31-Mar-2011
PACLING 2011 will be a high-quality, workshop-style conference whose aim is to promote friendly scientific interaction relating to computational linguistics among Pacific Rim countries. The emphasis of the conference is on interdisciplinary scientific exchange demonstrating openness towards original, fresh, and/or useful research including those which might sometimes fall outside current dominant schools of thought, and on technological transfer within and across the Pacific region.
The conference represents a unique forum for scientific and technological exchange, being smaller than ACL and COLING, and more regional with extensive representation from the Pacific.
Call for Papers:
Substantial, original, and unpublished research is welcome on any topics in computational linguistics, including, but not limited to the following:
- Corpora and Corpus-based Language Processing
- Information Extraction and Text Mining
- Information Retrieval and Question-Answering
- Language Learning
- Language Resources
- Machine Translation
- Morphology and Morphological Analysis
- Natural Language Interfaces
- Phonology and Phonetics
- Pragmatics and Discourse Analysis
- Semantic Web and Semantic Computation
- Semantics and Semantic Analysis
- Spoken Language and Dialogue
- Syntax and Syntactic Analysis
- Text Summarization
- Text, Message Understanding and Message Generation
Authors should prepare submissions in English of up to 6 pages including references. Guidelines and style sheets (based on the IEEE format) are available at http://kict.iium.edu.my/pacling
Papers that are being submitted to other conferences, whether verbatim or in essence must declare this fact. If a paper appears at another conference, it must be withdrawn from PACLING 2011. Papers that violate these requirements are subject to rejection without review. All papers will be submitted electronically in PDF format, through the Easy chair Conference papers submission system. Those who do not have an Easy chair account will need to create one. Use following link to submit your papers:
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