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Fri Feb 17 2017

Calls: Computational Linguistics/Japan

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Date: 16-Feb-2017
From: Sara Goggi <sara.goggiilc.cnr.it>
Subject: Language Resources and Evaluation Conference
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Full Title: Language Resources and Evaluation Conference
Short Title: LREC 2018

Date: 07-May-2018 - 12-May-2018
Location: Miyazaki, Japan
Contact Person: Hélène Mazo
Meeting Email: < click here to access email >
Web Site: http://lrec-conf.org/lrec2018/lrec2018.htm

Linguistic Field(s): Computational Linguistics

Call Deadline: 25-Sep-2017

Meeting Description:

Since the first LREC held in Granada in 1998, LREC has become the major event on Language Resources (LRs) and Evaluation for Language Technologies (LT). The aim of LREC is to provide an overview of the state-of-the-art, explore new R&D directions and emerging trends, exchange information regarding LRs and their applications, evaluation methodologies and tools, ongoing and planned activities, industrial uses and needs, requirements coming from the e-society, both with respect to policy issues and to technological and organisational ones.

LREC provides a unique forum for researchers, industrials and funding agencies from across a wide spectrum of areas to discuss problems and opportunities, find new synergies and promote initiatives for international cooperation, in support to investigations in language sciences, progress and innovation in language technologies and development of corresponding products, services and applications, and standards.

The European Language Resource Association (ELRA) is glad to announce the 11th edition of LREC, organised with the support of international organisations – many from Asia.

For this edition, LREC goes East in order to support a stronger interaction and synergy with the Asian NLP community and to help promoting Asian Language Resources and Language Technologies.

Conference Topics:

Issues in the design, construction and use of LRs: text, speech, sign, gesture, image, in single or multimodal/multimedia data
Exploitation of LRs in systems and applications
Issues in LT evaluation
General issues regarding LRs & Evaluation

LREC 2018 Hot Topics:

Asian Language Resources:

Special attention will be devoted to highlight the wide variety of initiatives for the creation, use and evaluation of Asian Language Resources and Technologies. Special attention will be paid to Less-Resourced Languages in the Asian area, including (local) Sign Languages.

International Contribution to Olympics 2020:

LREC 2018 would like to promote all LTs that would support better interactions and communications between the Olympics 2020 visitors and the local hosts.

Language Resources in the Online World:

In a time in which more and more (language) data are generated, either by human beings or by machines, and directly streamed, the question arises how LRs and LTs can cope with this development.


Call for Papers:

Submission of proposals for oral and poster (or poster+demo) papers: September 25, 2017

LREC2018 asks for extended abstracts of no less than 3000 words (references excluded), which must strictly follow the LREC stylesheet which will be available on the conference website. Extended abstracts should be submitted through START and will be peer-reviewed.

Submission of proposals for panels, workshops and tutorials: September 25, 2017

Proposals should be submitted via an online form on the LREC website and will be reviewed by the Programme Committee.




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