LINGUIST List 25.420|
Fri Jan 24 2014
Calls: Computational Linguistics, Morphology, Phonology, Phonetics/USA
Editor for this issue: Bryn Hauk
From: Jeffrey Heinz <heinzudel.edu>
Subject: 2014 Joint Meeting of SIGMORPHON and SIGFSM
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Full Title: 2014 Joint Meeting of SIGMORPHON and SIGFSM
Date: 27-Jun-2014 - 27-Jun-2014
Location: Baltimore, MD, USA
Contact Person: Jeffrey Heinz
Meeting Email: < click here to access email >
Web Site: https://sites.google.com/site/morphfsm2014/
Linguistic Field(s): Computational Linguistics; Morphology; Phonetics; Phonology
Call Deadline: 21-Mar-2014
The purpose of the joint workshop is to bring together researchers interested in applying computational techniques to problems in morphology, phonology, and phonetics and researchers interested in applying finite-state methods to problems in natural language processing.
One of the missions of SIGMORPHON is to encourage interaction between work in computational linguistics and work in theoretical phonetics, phonology and morphology, and to ensure that each of these fields profits from the interaction. Recent SIGMORPHON meetings have been successful in this regard, and we hope to see this continue in 2014. Similarly, SIGFSM aims to bolster interaction and exchange between computational linguistics, theoretical linguistics, and theoretical computer science.
This 1-day workshop, endorsed by both SIGMORPHON and SIGFSM, is a strong step towards establishing a meeting point where these communities learn from each other's experience, exchange ideas, and follow the advances in research groups working on different but related fields.
This workshop will be the thirteenth meeting of SIGMORPHON (formerly called SIGPHON) and an off-year event for SIGFSM. It will be a full- day workshop consisting of invited presentations, contributed presentations, and a special panel session on open problems.
The workshop will be held on June 27, 2014 immediately after the ACL 2014 meeting at Marriott Waterfront, Baltimore, Maryland, USA.
Jason Eisner (Johns Hopkins University) agreed to give the keynote speech.
2nd Call for Papers:
2014 Joint Meeting of SIGMORPHON and SIGFSM
The purpose of the joint workshop is to bring together researchers interested in applying computational techniques to problems in morphology, phonology, and phonetics and researchers interested in applying finite-state methods to problems in natural language processing. Research papers will be on substantial, original, and unpublished research, potentially including strong work in progress. Panel papers will identify open problems of significant interest. Appropriate topics include (but are not limited to) the following as they relate to the areas of SIGMORPHON and SIGFSM:
- Unsupervised, semi-supervised, or machine learning of linguistic knowledge and finite-state models
- New formalisms, computational treatments, or probabilistic models of linguistic generalizations
- Finite-state models of language
- Practices for building and evaluating morphological models for the world's languages using finite-state technology
- Models or analysis of psycholinguistic, experimental results
- Morpheme identification and word segmentation
- Machine transliteration, back-transliteration, G2P, P2G
- Speech science or technologies relating to phonetics or phonology
- Analysis or exploitation of multilingual, multi-dialectal, or diachronic data
- Integration of morphology, phonology, phonetics, or finite-state methods with other NLP tasks
- Tools, resources and finite-state manipulation software
The workshop website is: https://sites.google.com/site/morphfsm2014/
The organizers can be contacted at: morphfsm.acl2014gmail.com.
Submission deadline: March 21, 2014, 23:59 EDT
Notification: April 11, 2014
Camera-ready deadline: April 28, 2014
Workshop: June 27, 2014
Please visit the conference website for details on paper submission and to see the program committee.
Özlem Çetinoğlu (University of Stuttgart, Germany)
Jeffrey Heinz (University of Delaware, Delaware, USA)
Andreas Maletti (University of Stuttgart, Germany)
Jason Riggle (University of Chicago, Illinois, USA)
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