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Journal Title: Journal of Language Modelling
Volume/Issue:   0 / 1
Date: 2012
Table of Contents: It is our pleasure to announce the publication of the inaugurual issue of a new open access periodical, the Journal of Language Modelling: (click on “CURRENT” to see this issue).

Contentwise, this is not a typical JLM issue. It contains two main sections: EDITORIALS and ARTICLES. The former, EDITORIALS, consists of three papers: a note from the editors, Stuart Shieber's position paper on Creative Commons and Stefan Müller's position paper on Open Access in Linguistics. This way JLM joins the discussion about publishing models in science and makes a clear statement in support of maximal openness.

This issue's ARTICLES section, on the other hand, consists of four papers by partners of CESAR (, a recently finished European project which sponsored the launch of the Journal of Language



“Journal of Language Modelling”
Adam Przepiórkowski

“The Case for the Journal's Use of a CC-BY License”
Stuart M. Shieber

“A Personal Note on Open Access in Linguistics”
Stefan Müller


“Slovak Morphosyntactic Tagset”
Radovan Garabík, Mária Šimková

“The Bulgarian National Corpus: Theory and Practice in Corpus Design”
Svetla Koeva, Ivelina Stoyanova, Svetlozara Leseva, Rositsa Dekova, Tsvetana Dimitrova, Ekaterina Tarpomanova

“Derivational and Semantic Relations of Croatian Verbs”
Krešimir Šojat, Matea Srebačić, Marko Tadić

“Exploiting Prosody for Syntactic Analysis in Automatic Speech Understanding”
György Szaszák, András Beke
Publisher: Institute of Computer Science, Polish Academy of Sciences
Linguistic Field(s): Computational Linguistics
Text/Corpus Linguistics
LL Issue: 24.1354