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Tue Feb 22 2011

Calls: Computational Linguistics, Morphology/ TAL Journal (Jrnl)

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Message 1: TAL Journal
Date: 22-Feb-2011
From: Nabil Hathout <Nabil.Hathoutuniv-tlse2.fr>
Subject: TAL Journal
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Full Title: TAL


Linguistic Field(s): Computational Linguistics; Morphology

Call Deadline: 14-Mar-2011

Toward Morphology and beyond

2011 Volume 52 Number 2

Special Issue of the TAL Journal

Extended deadline for submission: 14 March 2011

Authors intending to submit a paper are encouraged to contact the guest
editors of the issue quickly: Nabil Hathout (Nabil.Hathoutuniv-tlse2.fr)
and Fiammetta Namer (Fiammetta.Nameruniv-nancy2.fr).

http://www.atala.org/Toward-Morphology-and-beyond

Guest Editors:

Nabil Hathout (CLLE-ERSS, CNRS & Toulouse2) and Fiammetta Namer (ATILF,
CNRS & Nancy-Université)

Call for Papers:

Computational morphology has become over the years one of the Computational
Linguistics subfields, with an annual competition, Morpho Challenge and a
recurring workshop, SigMorPhon. The objectives of the Morpho Challenge
evaluation campaigns are to compare the results and algorithms of various
morphological systems on a task of morpheme segmentation and analysis. The
competition involves five languages : English, German, Finnish, Turkish
and Arabic. The researches presented at the SigMorPhon workshops deal on
the whole with phonology and morphology.

Besides these objectives, systems centered on morphology produce other
information, of a linguistic nature, in the course of the processes they
perform. And these results are particularly relevant to the special issue
we propose. The issue aims at exploring the situation of morphology with
respect to its established interfaces such as:

-phonology,
-syntax,
-semantics,
-lexicon,

but also its connections with cognitive processes and language acquisition.

Therefore, submitted papers should not be limited to the presentation of
results of competitions. Rather, the themes of this issue include all
studies dealing computationally with any complex matter related to
derivation or compounding. Original models of inflectional morphology are
also welcome. The studies can be concerned with the morphology of the
general language, but also with that of specialty domains languages.
Studies may have to do with French as well as with any other language in
the world; the described systems may be monolingual or multilingual.

Papers on specific applications in NLP and linguistics are also welcome,
including:

* machine translation
* information retrieval
* terminology
* language typology
* dialectology
* evolution of languages and phylogenetics

All approaches are welcome, including rule-based methods, analogy-based
ones, or mixed approaches. They can involve unsupervised, semi-supervised
or supervised machine learning.

Practical Issues:

Contributions (25 pages maximum, PDF format) must also be sent by e-mail to
them. Style sheets are available on the Web site of the journal
(http://www.atala.org/English-style-files).

Specific Editorial Board:

Delphine Bernhard (LIMSI CNRS)
Olivier Bonami (LLF & Paris 4)
Gille Boyé (ERSSAB, Bordeaux 3)
Basilio Calderone (Modyco, Paris 10)
Bruno Cartoni (Département de linguistique, Université de Genève)
Georgette Dal (STL, Lille 3)
Walter Daelemans (CLiPS Research Center, Antwerp)
John Goldsmith (University of Chicago)
Dafydd Gibbon (Universität Bielefeld)
Harald Hammarstrom (Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen and Max Planck Institute
for Evolutionary Anthropology, Leipzig)
Mikko Kurimo (Aalto University)
Vincent Ng (University of Texas at Dallas)
Kemal Oflazer (Carnegie Mellon University - Qatar)
Vito Pirrelli (CNR, Pisa)
Royal Skousen (Brigham Young University)
Richard Sproat (University of Illinois at Urbana/Champaign)
Nicolas Stroppa (Google, Zurich)
Ludovic Tanguy (CLLE-ERSS, Toulouse 2)
Evelyne Tzoukermann (Comcast, Washington D.C.)


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