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TLT 2009 : THE SEVENTH INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP ON TREEBANKS AND LINGUISTIC THEORIES

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Link: http://www.let.rug.nl/tlt
 
When Jan 23, 2009 - Jan 24, 2009
Where Groningen, The Netherlands
Submission Deadline Sep 15, 2008
Notification Due Oct 17, 2008
Final Version Due Nov 17, 2008
Categories    NLP
 

Call For Papers


THE SEVENTH INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP ON TREEBANKS AND LINGUISTIC THEORIES

January 23-24, 2009
Groningen, The Netherlands
http://www.let.rug.nl/tlt


SECOND CALL FOR PAPERS
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The Seventh International Workshop on Treebanks and Linguistic Theories
will be held on January 23 to 24, 2009 in Groningen, the
Netherlands. Submissions are invited for papers, posters and demonstrations
presenting high quality, previously unpublished research in the topics
described below. Contributions should focus on results from completed as
well as ongoing research, with an emphasis on novel approaches, methods,
ideas, and perspectives, whether descriptive, theoretical, formal or
computational. Papers and poster abstracts will be published in paper as
well as online proceedings.


WORKSHOP MOTIVATION AND AIMS
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Treebanks are language resources that include annotations at levels of
linguistic structure beyond the word level. They typically provide
syntactic constituent or dependency structures for sentences and sometimes
functional and predicate-argument structures. Treebanks have become
crucially important for the development of data-driven approaches to
natural language processing, human language technologies, grammar
extraction and linguistic research in general. There are a number of
ongoing projects aiming at compiling representative treebanks for specific
languages. In addition, there are projects that develop tools or explore
annotation beyond syntactic structure and beyond a single language.

Experiences in building syntactically processed corpora have shown that
there is a relation between formal linguistic theory and the practice of
syntactic annotation. Therefore the connection between treebank development
and linguistic theories and paradigms merits attention.

This series of workshops aims at being a forum for researchers and advanced
students working in these areas. We encourage interested potential
participants to read the proceedings of the previous workshops (see the web
page for links).


WORKSHOP TOPICS
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The workshop invites submissions that discuss relevant innovative work in
treebanking, including the relations and links between, and possibly
merging of, various aspects of morphological, syntactic, semantic, and
pragmatic annotation; furthermore, submissions describing work on parallel
treebanks and/or cross-language annotation schemes, on the relation between
linguistic theory and the practice of annotation, and on applications of
information in treebanks are encouraged as well.


INVITED SPEAKERS
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Adam Przepiorkowski
Robert Malouf


LOCAL ORGANISERS
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Gertjan van Noord, Gosse Bouma, Barbara Plank, Tim van de Cruys,
Jelena Prokic, Cagri Coltekin, Erik Tjong Kim Sang (University of
Groningen, the Netherlands) Ineke Schuurman (University of Leuven,
Belgium)


PROGRAM COMMITTEE
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PC chairs:
Frank Van Eynde, University of Leuven, Belgium
Anette Frank, University of Heidelberg, Germany
Koenraad De Smedt, University of Bergen, Norway

PC members:
Anne Abeille, France
Gosse Bouma, the Netherlands
Aoife Cahill, Germany
Stefanie Dipper, Germany
Josef van Genabith, Ireland
Jan Hajic, Czech Republic
Erhard Hinrichs, Germany
Julia Hockenmaier, USA
Sandra Kubler, USA
Domen Marincic, Slovenia
Yuji Matsumoto, Japan
Detmar Meurers, USA
Yusuke Miyao, Japan
Joakim Nivre, Sweden
Stephan Oepen, Norway
Adam Przepiorkowski, Poland
Victoria Rosen, Norway
Yvonne Samuelsson, Sweden
Kiril Simov, Bulgaria
Manfred Stede, Germany
Yannick Versley, Germany


IMPORTANT DATES
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* Deadline for submission: September 15, 2008
* Notification of acceptance: October 17, 2008
* Final version due: November 17, 2008


INSTRUCTIONS FOR SUBMISSION, LOCAL ORGANIZATION AND FURTHER INFORMATION
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For more information on the submission procedure, instructions for
authors, venue and other aspects of the workshop, please see the
workshop website: http://www.let.rug.nl/tlt


INFORMATION ABOUT CO-LOCATED EVENTS
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TLT will be co-located with CLIN (Computational Linguistics in the
Netherlands), which will be held on January 22, 2009, in Groningen.

Please forward this call to colleagues of yours who may be interested.

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