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LINGUIST List 24.4273

Tue Oct 29 2013

Calls: Portuguese, Computational Ling, Text/Corpus Ling, Translation, Applied Ling/Brazil

Editor for this issue: Bryn Hauk <brynlinguistlist.org>

Date: 29-Oct-2013
From: Sara Candeias <saracandeiasco.it.pt>
Subject: 11th International Conference on the Computational Processing of Portuguese
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Full Title: 11th International Conference on the Computational Processing of Portuguese
Short Title: PROPOR2014

Date: 06-Oct-2014 - 08-Oct-2014
Location: São Carlos, Brazil
Contact Person: Sara Candeias
Meeting Email: < click here to access email >
Web Site: http://nilc.icmc.usp.br/propor2014/

Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics; Computational Linguistics; Morphology; Phonetics; Phonology; Semantics; Syntax; Text/Corpus Linguistics; Translation

Subject Language(s): Portuguese

Call Deadline: 14-Mar-2014

Meeting Description:

The International Conference on Computational Processing of Portuguese (PROPOR) is the main event in the area of Human Language Processing that is focused on theoretical and technological issues of written and spoken Portuguese. The meeting has been a very rich forum for the exchange of ideas and partnerships for the research communities dedicated to the automated processing of Portuguese, promoting the development of methodologies, resources and projects that can be shared among researchers and practitioners in the field. The conference will consist of 3 days of paper presentations, special tracks and workshops.

PROPOR is in its 11th edition and it has been hosted in Brazil and in Portugal: Lisbon/PT (1993), Curitiba/BR (1996), Porto Alegre/BR (1998), …vora/PT (1999), Atibaia/BR (2000), Faro/PT (2003), Itatiaia/BR (2006), Aveiro/PT (2008), Porto Alegre/BR (2010) and Coimbra/PR (2011).

Call for Papers:

View the full text of the call on the PROPOR website: http://nilc.icmc.usp.br/propor2014/index.php/call-for-papers.

Topics of interest:

We invite submissions of papers describing work on any topic of language and speech processing of Portuguese from the industry or academia, including but not limited to:

Human Speech Production, Perception and Communication:

- Human speech production
- Human speech and sound perception
- Physiology and pathology of spoken language
- Paralinguistic and nonlinguistic cues (e.g. emotion and expression)

Linguistic Description and Theories:

- Phonology and phonetics, prosody (e.g., production, perception, modeling)
- Syntactic, semantic and anaphoric phenomena

Natural Language Processing Tasks:

- Parsing, tagging, chunking and segmentation
- Annotation, evaluation, semantic role labeling
- Grammar induction, sub categorization acquisition
- Sentiment analysis and opinion mining
- Natural Language Processing Applications
- Word sense disambiguation
- Dialect identification
- Machine translation
- Information retrieval
- Plagiarism detection
- Question answering

Speech Technologies:

- Spoken language generation and synthesis
- Speech and speaker recognition
- Spoken language understanding

Speech Applications:

- Spoken language interfaces and dialogue systems
- Systems for information retrieval and information extraction
- Systems for speech-speech translation
- Applications for aged and handicapped persons
- Applications for learning and education

Resources, Standardization and Evaluation:

- Spoken language resources, annotation and tools
- Spoken language evaluation and standardization
- NLP resources, annotation and tools
- NLP evaluation and standardization

Language and Speech Processing in Academic Disciplines:

- Speech and hearing sciences, health, biology
- Linguistics, psychology, education



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