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LINGUIST List 25.93

Thu Jan 09 2014

Calls: Computational Linguistics/France

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

Date: 24-Dec-2013
From: Philippe Blache <blachelpl-aix.fr>
Subject: Le Traitement Automatique des Langues Naturelles
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Full Title: Le Traitement Automatique des Langues Naturelles
Short Title: TALN-2014

Date: 01-Jul-2014 - 04-Jul-2014
Location: Marseille, France
Contact Person: Philippe Blache
Meeting Email: < click here to access email >
Web Site: http://www.taln2014.org

Linguistic Field(s): Computational Linguistics

Call Deadline: 20-Feb-2014

Meeting Description:

Organized by the LPL (Laboratoire Parole et Langage) and the LIF (Laboratoire d’Informatique Fondamentale), the 21st Conference on Natural Language Processing (TALN) will take place from 1-4 July at Faculté Saint Charles, Marseille (France).

TALN-2014 is organised under the aegis of ATALA (Association pour le Traitement Automatique des Langues) and will be held jointly with RECITAL'2014, the conference for young researchers.

2nd Call for Papers:

21st Conference on Natural Language Processing
July 1-4 2014
Marseille, France

Important Dates:

1. Long paper
- Paper submission deadline: February 20, 2014
- Notification: April 14, 2014
- Camera ready paper due: May 30, 2014

2. Short paper
- Paper submission deadline: April 24, 2014
- Notification: May 22, 2014
- Camera ready paper due: May 30, 2014

3. Demonstrations
- Submission deadline: April 21, 2014
- Notification: May 10, 2014
- Camera ready paper due: May 26, 2014


TALN'2014 will include oral presentations of research and position papers, posters, invited speakers and demonstrations. The official language is French. English presentations and papers are accepted for
non-French-speaking authors.

Types of Communications:

Two communication formats are proposed: long papers (from 12 to 14 pages) and short papers (from 6 to 8 pages).

Authors are invited to submit two types of communications:

- Original research work
- Position paper on the current state of the research work

Papers should present original works, with substantial new material when comparing to previous publications of the same author(s). Translation of previously published papers are not

There will be two presentation formats: Oral for long papers and poster for short papers.

All topics of NLP are eligible for a submission.

Selection Criteria:

Submissions will be reviewed by at least two experts of the domain. For research papers, decisions will be based on the following criteria:

- Relevance to the conference topics
- Importance and originality of the paper
- Scientific and technical soundness
- Comparison of the results obtained with those found in relevant works
- Situation of the research in comparison with international work
- Clarity of the presentation

For position papers, decisions will be based on the following criteria:

- Originality of the point of view presented
- Breadth of view and the taking into account of the state-of-the-art

The selected communications will be published in the conference proceedings.

The program committee will select one paper (TALN Best Paper) among the accepted papers which will be recommended for publication (extended form) in the journal 'Traitement Automatique des Langues' (T.A.L.).

Submission Procedure:

Papers will be written in French for French-speaking authors or English for non-French-speaking authors.

A LaTeX style file and a Word template will be made available on the conference website: http://www.taln2014.org.



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