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TLT 2023 : The 21st International Workshop on Treebanks and Linguistic Theories

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Link: https://cl.indiana.edu/tlt2023
 
When Mar 9, 2023 - Mar 12, 2023
Where Washington D.C., USA
Submission Deadline Nov 15, 2022
Categories    NLP   linguistics
 

Call For Papers


The 21st International Workshop on Treebanks and Linguistic Theories – THIRD
CALL FOR PAPERS

Submission
link: https://openreview.net/group?id=georgetown.edu/GURT/2023/Conference

Submission
deadline (extended): Nov 15th, 2022

Invited
speakers announced (scroll down)

The
21st
International Workshop on Treebanks and Linguistic Theories (TLT) will bring together developers and users of linguistically annotated natural language corpora and take place during the week of March 9th–12th,
2023 in Washington D.C. on the campus of Georgetown University as part of GURT 2023.

VENUE

The
Georgetown University Round Table on Linguistics (GURT) is a peer-reviewed annual linguistics conference held continuously since 1949 at Georgetown University in Washington DC, with topics and co-located events varying from year to year. Under an overarching
theme of ‘Computational and Corpus Linguistics’, GURT 2023 will feature four events, which are workshops or conferences focused on computational and corpus approaches to syntax but also covering theoretical issues: Universal Dependency Workshop (UDW), Depling,
Treebanks and Linguistic Theory (TLT), and CxGs+NLP. All talks from all events will take place in a single (non-parallel) plenary session, with the papers from one event being presented contiguously. The goal of co-locating these events is to promote cross-fertilization
of ideas across subcommunities. Proceedings will be published separately for each event, and will be available in the ACL Anthology.

In
order to support rich discussions and networking with minimal overhead and cost, GURT will be primarily an
in-person
event; we will, however, accommodate a limited number of live/synchronous remote presentations, prioritizing those with circumstances that prevent travel. University policies regarding COVID safety will be in force during the event.

Georgetown
University is located in a historic neighborhood in the heart of the nation’s capital. The city is a premier tourist destination, and the region is served by Reagan National (DCA), Dulles (IAD), and Baltimore-Washington (BWI) airports.

GURT
INVITED SPEAKERS



Jonathan Dunn, University of Canterbury, New
Zealand (CxGs+NLP)



Guy Perrier, Loria, France (Depling)



Joan Bresnan, Stanford University, USA (TLT)



Joakim Nivre, Uppsala University, Sweden (UDW)


SUBMISSION
INFORMATION

TLT
addresses all aspects of treebank design, development, and use. As ‘treebanks’ we consider any pairing of natural language data (spoken, signed, or written) with annotations of linguistic structure at various levels of analysis, including, e.g., morpho-phonology,
syntax, semantics, and discourse. Annotations can take any form (including trees or general graphs), but they should be encoded in a way that enables computational processing. Reflections on the design of linguistic annotations, methodology studies, resource
announcements or updates, annotation or conversion tool development, or reports on treebank usage are but some examples of the types of papers we anticipate for TLT.

Papers
should describe original work; they should emphasize completed work rather than intended work, and should indicate clearly the state of completion of the reported results. Submissions will be judged on correctness, originality, technical strength, significance
and relevance to the conference, and interest to the attendees.

We
invite paper submissions in two distinct tracks:



long papers on substantial, original, and unpublished
research, including empirical evaluation results, where appropriate;



short papers on smaller, focused contributions,
work in progress, negative results, surveys, or opinion pieces.


All
papers accepted for presentation at the workshop will be included in the TLT 2023 proceedings volume, which will be part of the ACL Anthology.

Long
papers may consist of up to 8 pages of content (excluding references and appendices). Short papers may consist of up to 4
pages of content (excluding references
and appendices). Accepted papers will be given an additional page to address reviewer comments.

All
submissions should follow the two-column format and the ACL style guidelines. We strongly recommend the use of the LaTeX style files, OpenDocument, or Microsoft Word templates created for ACL:
https://github.com/acl-org/acl-style-files

All
papers must be anonymous, i.e., not reveal author(s) on the title page or through self-references. So, e.g., “We previously showed (Smith, 2020) …”, should be avoided. Instead, use citations such as “Smith (2020) previously showed …”. Papers must be submitted
digitally, in PDF, and uploaded through the on-line conference system:

https://openreview.net/group?id=georgetown.edu/GURT/2023/Conference

Double
submission policy: We will accept submissions that have been or will be submitted elsewhere, but require that the authors notify us, including information on where else they are submitting. We also require that authors withdraw work that will be published
elsewhere (no double publication).

Submissions
that violate these requirements will be rejected without review.

All
papers will be refereed through a double-blind peer review process with final acceptance decisions made by the workshop organizers. Submissions may be selected for publication in a GURT venue other than TLT at the discretion of the organizers.

IMPORTANT
DATES

Long
and short paper submission deadlines: November 15th,
2022

Reviews
Due: December 17th,
2022

Notification
of acceptance: January 11th,
2023

Final
version of papers due: February 1st,
2023

GURT2023:
March 9th-12th,
2023

TLT
WORKSHOP CHAIRS

Daniel Dakota, Indiana University

Kilian Evang, Heinrich Heine University
Düsseldorf

Sandra Kübler, Indiana University

Lori Levin, Carnegie Mellon University

Contact:
ddakota@iu.edu

Website:
https://cl.indiana.edu/tlt2023

GURT
Website: https://gurt.georgetown.edu/


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