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CLIN 2014 : 24th Meeting of Computational Linguistics in The Netherlands

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Conference Series : Computational Linguistics in the Netherlands
 
Link: http://clin24.inl.nl/
 
When Jan 17, 2014 - Jan 17, 2014
Where Leiden, the Netherlands
Submission Deadline Nov 15, 2013
Categories    NLP
 

Call For Papers

The 24th Meeting of Computational Linguistics in The Netherlands (CLIN
2014) will be organised by the Institute for Dutch Lexicology (INL) and
the Dutch-Flemish HLT Agency (TST-Centrale). CLIN 2014 will take place in
Leiden, the Netherlands on January 17th, 2014.

Call for abstracts


Abstract submisison information
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Researchers are invited to submit, in English, abstracts describing work on
all aspects of computational linguistics and related language and speech
technologies and applications. In addition to the regular scientific tracks,
CLIN 2014 aims to have two special tracks:

* a lexicography track with presentations on the computational support
of dictionary making, e.g. word sense disambiguation, distributional
semantics, (web) data mining and semantic role labelling.
* an industry track with scientific presentations on topics such as R&D
challenges in industry, collaborations between industry and academia,
and experiences with "real-world" applications.

Submissions should include:

* Author(s) names, affiliation and contact details
* Presentation title
* An abstract of 250 words maximum, outlining their presentation
* Presentation type preference (oral presentation or poster)
* Submission for industry or lexicology track, or none.

Presentation abstracts should be submitted electronically, no later than
Friday, 15 November 2013 via the submission website at www.easychair.org.


Stil thesis prize
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Since CLIN 20, a special annual thesis prize, sponsored by STIL, is awarded
to the best MA-thesis in computational linguistics. STIL is the Stichting
Toepassing Inductieve Leertechnieken.

MA theses submitted to and evaluated at a university or organization of
higher education in the Netherlands or Flanders are eligible for the
prize. The thesis should address a topic in computational linguistics or its
applications, and may be written in Dutch or English.


Contact
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For more information, visit the CLIN 24 website or contact clin24@inl.nl.


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