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Calls: Computational Linguistics/Malaysia

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Message 1: 6th International MALINDO Workshop
Date: 21-Jan-2012
From: Soo Fong <soofong0629gmail.com>
Subject: 6th International MALINDO Workshop
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Full Title: 6th International MALINDO Workshop
Short Title: MALINDO 2012

Date: 21-Jun-2012 - 21-Jun-2012
Location: Sarawak, Malaysia
Contact Person: Balisoamanandray Ranaivo-Malançon
Meeting Email: < click here to access email >
Web Site: http://www.malindo.org

Linguistic Field(s): Computational Linguistics

Call Deadline: 04-Mar-2012

Meeting Description:

6th International MALINDO Workshop (MALINDO2012)
21 June 2012
Universiti Malaysia Sarawak (UNIMAS)
Kota Samarahan, Sarawak, Malaysia
http://www.malindo.org

A considerable amount of research has been done on the processing of South East Asian languages offering a variety of Computational Linguistics (CL) and Natural Language Processing (NLP) resources, tools and applications. All these valuable language resources are most of the time ignored by the public and often not known by the researchers and students working on these languages. MALINDO, as an annual international workshop, aims to bring together researchers and practitioners, representing different perspectives, to share and to exchange their ideas on the processing of South East Asian languages. Because of the venue of the 2012 Workshop, the Organisers of MALINDO will anticipate papers related to the processing of the varieties of Borneo languages. MALINDO's objective is to highlight the effort and promising works done on the processing of the South East Asian languages, thus attracting more students to the CL and NLP fields.

The MALINDO workshops are co-organized by three South East Asian universities: Universitas Indonesia (Depok, Indonesia), the National University of Singapore (NUS, Singapore), and Universiti Malaysia Sarawak (UNIMAS, Malaysia).

Call for Papers:

Topics of Interest:

The topics of the papers are requested to be in all areas related to the language processing - computational and theoretical point of view - of South East Asian languages (Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, Philippines, Thailand, Vietnam, etc.):

Language resources development, acquisition, annotation, and representation: dictionaries, thesauri, terminology, lexicons, written and spoken corpora, grammars, ontology;

Tools and techniques: spelling/grammatical/style checkers, morphological analyser, stemmer, lemmatiser, part of speech tagger, chunker, syntactic parser, word sense disambiguator, discourse processing, text and speech alignment, text and speech segmentation, term extraction and recognition, named entity extraction;

Applications: machine translation and translation aids, information retrieval, information extraction, text summarisation, term extraction, natural language generation, question translation aids, information retrieval, information extraction, text summarization, term extraction, natural language generation, question answering, document categorization, language identification, speech recognition, speech synthesis, character recognition, e-learning.

All accepted papers will be published in the Workshop Proceeding. Selected papers (Enhanced version) will be published in MASAUM Journals. Some selected papers will also be published in Book Chapters for MASAUM E-Book.

Submission Information:

Upload your submission in MSWord format at:

https://www.easychair.org/conferences/?conf=malindo2012

Submissions should be at most 8000 words. We suggest to author to use MASAUM format in preparing the manuscripts.

Important Dates:

Paper submission due: 4 March 2012
Notification of acceptance: 16 April 2012
Camera ready: 7 May 2012
Workshop date: 21 June 2012

Programme Committee:

Workshop Chair:

Balisoamanandray Ranaivo-Malançon, Universiti Malaysia Sarawak

Programme Co-chairs:

Mirna Adriani, University of Indonesia
Stéphane Bressan, National University of Singapore

Programme Committees (provisional):

Cheah Yu-N, Universiti Sains Malaysia, Malaysia
Chooi-Ling Goh, NICT, Japan
Dwi Hendratmo Widyantoro, Institut Teknologi Bandung, Indonesia
Didier Schwab, University Mendhs-France, Grenoble, France
David Gil, Max Planck Institute, Germany
Gilles Serasset, University Joseph-Fourier, France
Hendra Setiawan, University of Maryland, USA
Indra Budi, Universitas Indonesia, Indonesia
Min Zhang, Institute for Infocomm Research, A-STAR, Singapore
Ng Hwee Tou, National University of Singapore, Singapore
Normaziah Binti Abdul Aziz, International Islamic University Malaysia
Preslav Nakov, National University of Singapore, Singapore
Rila Mandala, Institut Teknologi Bandung, Indonesia
Rohana Mahmud, University of Malaya, Malaysia
Sakriani Sakti, NICT, Japan
Tan Tien Ping, Universiti Sains Malaysia, Malaysia
Vincent Berment, GETALP-LIG/INALCO, France
Yves Lepage, Waseda University, Japan

Local Organiser:

Universiti Malaysia Sarawak

Inquiries:

Send your inquery to the organisers at workshopmalindo.org.



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