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Procesamiento del Lenguaje Natural

Call Deadline: 13-Nov-2016

Call Information:
The call for papers for the issue 58 of the journal Procesamiento del Lenguaje Natural is open and available at


The aim of the journal Procesamiento del Lenguaje Natural is to provide a forum for the publication of scientific-technical articles in the field of Natural Language Processing, for both the national and international scientific community. The articles must be unpublished and cannot be simultaneously submitted for publication in other journals or conference proceedings. Every year the Sociedad Española de Procesamiento del Lenguaje Natural (SEPLN) publishes two issues of the journal, including original articles, presentations of R&D projects, book reviews and summaries of PhD theses.
The scientific quality of the Journal is supported by the index SNIP with 0,39 points in 2015, and by the index SJR with 0.201 in 2015. Likewise, the Journal has been added to the Emergin Sources Citation Index by Thomson. More information at

The print edition of the journal is distributed freely to the SEPLN members, but an open access journal is also freely available to all online readers.


- Linguistic, mathematic and psycholinguistic models of language
- Corpus linguistics
- Morphological, syntactic, semantic and pragmatic analysis
- Development of linguistic resources and tools
- Linguistic, mathematic and psycholinguistic models of language
- NLP evaluation systems
- Computational Lexicography and Terminology
- Word Sense Disambiguation
- Monolingual and multilingual text generation
- Speech synthesis and recognition
- Machine translation
- Monolingual and multilingual information extraction and retrieval
- Question answering systems
- Text summarization
- Machine Learning in NLP
- Semantics, pragmatics and discourse
- Textual entailment and paraphrases
- Sentiment analysis
- Opinion Mining
- NLP in biomedical domain
- NLP-based generation of teaching resources
- NLP for languages with limited resources
- NLP industrial applications

Submission Information:

The proposal must be submitted by November 13th, 2016 and must meet certain format and style requirements.

All submissions must be in PDF format and submitted electronically using the Myreview system available at:

Submitted papers will be subjected to a blind review by at least three members of the program committee.

Information for Authors:

The proposals can be written in Spanish or English, and should be at most 8 A4-size pages in length including the references for articles and 4 pages for summaries of PhD theses.

The proposals must include the following sections:

- The title of the communication (in English and Spanish).
- An abstract in English and Spanish (maximum 150 words).
- A list of keywords or related topics (in English and Spanish).
- The documents must not include headers or footers.

As reviewing will be blind, the paper should not include the authors' names and affiliation. Furthermore, self-references that reveal the author's identity should be avoided. The articles should only include the title, the abstract, the keywords and the proposal. We recommend using the LaTeX and Word templates that can be downloaded from the SEPLN web:

Important dates:

Submission deadline: 13 November 2016
Notification of acceptance: 15 January 2017
Camera ready: 1 February 2017
Publication: March 2017
Contact person: Mariona Taulé (
Editorial Committee of the Procesamiento del Lenguaje Natural