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TLT 2024 : 22nd International Workshop on Treebanks and Linguistic Theories


When Dec 5, 2024 - Dec 6, 2024
Where Hamburg, Germany
Submission Deadline Aug 15, 2024
Notification Due Oct 6, 2024
Final Version Due Nov 6, 2024
Categories    NLP   computational linguistics   linguistics   artificial intelligence

Call For Papers

We are excited to announce the 22nd International Workshop on Treebanks and Linguistic Theories (TLT 2024), which will bring together developers and users of linguistically annotated natural language corpora. The workshop is endorsed by ACL SIGPARSE and will be hosted by Universität Hamburg in Germany on December 5th-6th, 2024.

TLT 2024 will take place at the guest house of Universität Hamburg. In order to support rich discussions and networking, TLT 2024 will primarily be an in-person event; we will, however, accommodate a limited number of live / synchronous remote presentations, prioritizing those with circumstances that prevent travel.

Universität Hamburg and its guest house are conveniently located near the Dammtor train station / metro station Stephansplatz which are well-connected with many parts of the city and beyond, providing an easy commute for attendees.

Hamburg is a vibrant city known for its rich maritime history as one of the leading cities in the medieval Hanseatic League, as well as its modern cultural diversity, including events at the world-famous Elbphilharmonie Concert Hall. The city is easily accessible by train or plane (Hamburg Airport (HAM); about 1 to 1.5 hours train ride: Bremen Airport (BRE) and Hannover Airport (HAJ)).

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 including probing the leakage of treebanks into large language models 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:
* regular papers on substantial and original research, including empirical evaluation results, where appropriate;
* short papers on smaller, focused contributions, work in progress, negative results, surveys, or opinion pieces.

Submissions (in both tracks) may either be archival—in case of unpublished work—or non-archival, based on the wish of the authors. All archival papers accepted for presentation at the workshop will be included in the TLT 2024 proceedings volume, which will be part of the ACL Anthology. Non-archival papers must have been published or accepted for publication at another CL conference.

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 AC

Submissions will be reviewed double-blind, and all full and short 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 (link forthcoming).

Submissions that violate these requirements will be rejected without review.

* Long and short paper submission deadlines: August 15th, 2024
* Reviews Due: September 26th, 2024
* Notification of acceptance: October 6th, 2024
* Final version of papers due: November 6th, 2024
* TLT2024: December 5th-6th, 2024 in Hamburg

Daniel Dakota, Indiana University
Sandra Kübler, Indiana University
Heike Zinsmeister, Universität Hamburg

Sarah Jablotschkin, Universität Hamburg


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