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PLN_ 2014 : Issue 52 of Procesamiento del Lenguaje Natural


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Submission Deadline Nov 15, 2013
Notification Due Jan 24, 2014
Final Version Due Jan 31, 2014
Categories    NLP   information retrieval   text mining

Call For Papers

Author guidelines
Sending papers

Send your article through the platform MyReview.
Important dates for the 52 issue of the Journal:
Submission deadline: November 15, 2013.
Notification of acceptance: January 24, 2014.
Camera ready: January 31, 2014.
Published: March 1, 2014.

Article format

The work you submit for review for publication in the Journal of the Society must satisfy the following norms:

The maximum size allowed for contributions is up to 8 DIN A4
(210 x 297 mm.) pages, including references and figures.
The articles can be written in English or Spanish. The title, abstract and key-words must be written in both languages.
The document format must be Word or LaTex.

LaTeX format – Download the LaTeX template.
The PDF file will be sent with all the necessary sources for its LaTeX compilation.
Word format – Download the Word template.
The PDF file will be sent with the DOC or RTF file.

Format of thesis abstracts

The SEPLN encourages to the NLP researchers to submit a synopsis of their thesis for being published in the Journal of the Society. If your thesis is related with the Natural Language Processing, and you have the intention of submit a summing up for its publication, the document must have the following structure:

The maximum size allowed is up to 4 pages.
Name and surname of the author.
University or workplace of the author.
Mailing address.
The title of the thesis (in Spanish and English).
An abstract in Spanish and in English with a maximum size of 150 words. The abstract must be included information about the place, the date of the defense, thesis director(s), the defense committee and the qualification of the thesis.
A list of keywords in Spanish and English.
The first section must sum up the objectives and the motivation of the thesis.
The second section must describe the structure or the organization of the thesis.
The third section must indicate the most important contributions.
The most highlighted published works of the author must be included in the last section of References.

Only abstracts of theses will be accepted in the even numbers of the Journal.

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