25.3247, Calls: Computational Ling, Text/Corpus Ling, Syntax, Morphology, Ling Theories/Germany
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Subject: 25.3247, Calls: Computational Ling, Text/Corpus Ling, Syntax, Morphology, Ling Theories/Germany
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Date: Sun, 10 Aug 2014 16:14:38
From: Verena Henrich [verena.henrich at uni-tuebingen.de]
Subject: 13th International Workshop on Treebanks and Linguistic Theories (TLT13)
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Full Title: 13th International Workshop on Treebanks and Linguistic Theories (TLT13)
Short Title: TLT13
Date: 12-Dec-2014 - 13-Dec-2014
Location: Tuebingen, Germany
Contact Person: Verena Henrich
Meeting Email: tlt13-local at sfs.uni-tuebingen.de
Web Site: http://tlt13.sfs.uni-tuebingen.de/
Linguistic Field(s): Computational Linguistics; Linguistic Theories; Morphology; Syntax; Text/Corpus Linguistics
Call Deadline: 22-Sep-2014
TLT serves as a venue for new and ongoing research on the topic of linguistics and treebanks. The 13th edition of TLT will take place at the University of Tübingen, Germany on December 12-13, 2014.
For more than 10 years now, TLT has served as a venue for new and ongoing high-quality work related to syntactically-annotated corpora, i.e., treebanks; with a focus on all the aspects of treebanking -- descriptive, theoretical, formal and computational -- but also going beyond treebanks, including other levels of annotation such as frame semantics, coreference, or events, to name only a few.
Sandra Kübler (Indiana University, Indiana, USA)
Gertjan van Noord (University of Groningen, The Netherlands)
Workshop Motivation and Aims:
Treebanks have proved to be crucial resources for very important NLP applications, such as machine translation and information extraction, as well as supporting resources for various NLP tasks, such as high-quality parsing and POS tagging.
More recent trends in treebank related research have focused a variety of initiatives, such as annotating deep syntactic and syntactic-semantic interface information; (semi)-automatic conversion of existing treebanks into deeper linguistic formats; multilingual and crosslingual treebanking, including attempts for 'language universal' treebanking; enriching treebanks with additional layers of linguistic annotation as well as world knowledge layer; dynamic treebanking involving a close connection between parsing grammar and manual annotation; designing web services for observing and exploiting theoretically diverse treebanks; mapping syntactic and semantic knowledge to Linked Open Data information (LOD).
Verena Henrich (University of Tübingen, Germany; co-chair)
Erhard Hinrichs (University of Tübingen, Germany; co-chair)
Petya Osenova (Sofia University, Bulgaria; co-chair)
Adam Przepiórkowski (Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland; co-chair)
PC members and local organization committee members can be found at: http://tlt13.sfs.uni-tuebingen.de/committees/.
Final Call for Papers:
Submissions are invited for papers, posters, and demonstrations which present research on treebanks and their intersection with linguistics, natural language processing, and other related fields.
The workshop invites the submission of papers, posters, and software demonstrations on original and unpublished research on the following topics, including, but not limited to:
- Design principles and annotation schemes for treebanks
- The use of treebanks in acquiring linguistic knowledge
- The use of treebanks for NLP applications
- The role of linguistic theories in treebank development
- Treebanks as a knowledge source for linguistic research
- Treebank annotation beyond syntax: semantics, pragmatics, and discourse
- Evaluation and quality control of treebanks
- Tools for creation and management of treebanks
- Treebanks for lesser-resourced languages
- Theories, schemas, and applications for parallel treebanks
- Standards for treebanks
- (Semi-)automatic methods for creating large treebanks
- Mapping of treebanks to Linked Open Data resources
- Domain-specific treebanks
- The future of treebanks and treebanking
- Multi-word expressions in treebanks
Instructions for Authors:
The program for TLT13 will consist of full papers, posters, and software demonstrations. Submissions must be anonymized, written in English, and conform to the TLT13 style files available at:
Abstracts for full papers should not exceed 5 pages in length, excluding references. Abstracts for posters and software demonstrations should not exceed 3 pages in length, excluding references.
Please upload your submissions via EasyChair: https://www.easychair.org/conferences/?conf=tlt13
September 22 (Monday): Deadline for submissions
November 3 (Monday): Notification of acceptance
November 20 (Thursday): Final papers due
December 12-13 (Friday-Saturday): Workshop
For more information or questions, please contact: tlt13-local at sfs.uni-tuebingen.de
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