ACS 2010 : Workshop on Advanced Corpus Solutions
Call For Papers
Call for papers:
Workshop on Advanced Corpus Solutions,
Tohoku University, Sendai,
November 4th, 2010
Workshop web site: http://www.hf.uio.no/tekstlab/paclic/index.html
The workshop will be arranged as a pre-conferense workshop in connection with the 24th Pacific Asia Conference on Language, Information and Computation (PACLIC 24) at Tohoku University, Japan.
• Submissions due: June 14th, 2010
• Notification of acceptance sent: July 26th, 2010
• Final versions and Copyright License Agreements due: September 13th, 2010
• Author registration until: September 13th, 2010
• Early registration until: October 4th, 2010
Submissions must be made at the Easychair site for the main PACLIC conference (use the appropriate workshop button in that form). Submissions should describe original and unpublished work. Papers should be written in English and may not exceed ten (10) A4 size pages, including references. The LaTeX package is available at http://www.decode.waseda.ac.jp/paclic24/paclic24.zip. The MS Word template is also available at http://www.decode.waseda.ac.jp/paclic24/paclic24.doc.
Proceedings will be published at the Waseda University Library D Space Collection web page: http://www.decode.waseda.ac.jp/PACLIC-STEERING/index.html and as an ACL Anthology.
• Corpus tools: corpus search, results presentation, results handling, linguistic annotation, text annotation
• Corpus types: monolingual corpora, parallel corpora, spoken language corpora, multimedia corpora
We invite papers on any language including, but not limited to, Asian languages.
Janne Bondi Johannessen,
University of Oslo, Norway
Eckhard Bick, University of Southern Denmark
Lars Borin, Gothenburg University, Sweden
Jan Pieter Kunst, Meertens Institute, Netherlands
Wirote Aroonmanakun, Chulalongkorn University, Thailand
Emily M. Bender, University of Washington, USA
Stefan Evert, University of Osnabrück, Germany
Stefan Th. Gries, UCSB, Santa Barbara, USA
Dag Haug, University of Oslo, Norway
Kikuo Maekawa, The National Institute for Japanese Language, Japan
Adam Przepiórkowski, Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland
Bert Vaux, University of Cambridge, UK
Franca Wesseling, Meertens Institute, Netherlands