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LINGUIST List 20.1592

Sat Apr 25 2009

Calls: Computational Linguistics/Thailand

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        1.    Thepchai Supnithi, The 8th Symposium on Natural Language Processing

Message 1: The 8th Symposium on Natural Language Processing
Date: 23-Apr-2009
From: Thepchai Supnithi <thepchainectec.or.th>
Subject: The 8th Symposium on Natural Language Processing
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Full Title: The 8th Symposium on Natural Language Processing
Short Title: SNLP 2009

Date: 20-Oct-2009 - 22-Oct-2009
Location: Bangkok, Thailand
Contact Person: Thepchai Supnithi
Meeting Email: thepchainectec.or.th

Website: http://snlp2009.dpu.ac.th/index.php
Linguistic Field(s): Computational Linguistics

Call Deadline: 15-Jun-2009

Meeting Description:

SNLP is an international conference held biannually since 1993 with the
cooperative effort of a number of universities in Thailand. It is aimed to
promote research in natural language processing by bringing together researchers
and practitioners in the field to exchange ideas and present results from
research in natural language processing and various related fields among Pacific
Rim countries and regions. The emphasis of the conference is on
interdisciplinary scientific exchange demonstrating openness towards
high-quality research falling outside current dominant schools of thought, and
on technological transfer within the world wide region.

Call for Papers

Submissions referring to the above theme are encouraged. However, substantial,
original, and unpublished research is welcomed on any other topics in
computational linguistics, including, but not limited to, the following:

- Speech Processing
- Speech Recognition
- Speech Generation and Synthesis
- Rich Transcription (automatic annotation of information structure and sources
in speech)
- Multi-Modal Speech Corpora

- Text Processing
- Phonology/Morphology, POS Tagging, Word Segmentation
- Syntax and Parsing
- Semantics and Semantic Analysis
- Discourse and Pragmatics Analysis
- Paraphrasing
- Language Interpretation and Generation

- Image Processing
- Optical Character Recognition
- Handwritten Recognition
- Page Layout Analysis
- Document Analysis

- Language Resources Development
- Lexicons, Electronic Dictionaries, Thesauri and Ontologies
- Treebanks, Proposition Banks, and Frame Banks

- Language Processing Technique
- Corpus-based Language Modeling
- Lexical and Knowledge Acquisition
- Formalisms and Metrics

- NLP Application/Other Related Application
- Artificial Intelligence
- Data Mining and Web Mining
- Information Retrieval and Information Extraction
- Summarization
- Machine Translation and Multilingual Processing
- Question Answering
- Topic/Text Classification and Clustering
- Metadata Annotation and XML IR
- Knowledge Management
- Decision Support and Expert System
- Business Intelligence
- Software/Web Engineering

Important Dates:
Submission deadline: June 15, 2009 (Time = 23:59, timezone = GMT -12)
Notification of acceptance: July 15, 2009
Camera-ready copy due: July 30, 2009
Conference dates: October 20 - 22, 2009
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