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Subject: [ E-CFP ] Call for papers (v.2b) COLING-2012, Mumbai, India, 8-15 Dec. 2012
From: <Christian.Boitet_(on)_imag.fr>
Date received: 25 Jul 2012
Deadline: 25 Aug 2012
Start date: 08 Dec 2012

Dear all, 25/7/12

Please distribute this version of the last CfP for COLING-2012.

Unfortunately, in the next to last version, the .pdf was OK, but
the .txt did not contain the last section on "important dates".

Below is the correct .txt form.

I also send the pdf form: COLING-2012-cfp-2b-23july12.pdf

The submission site opens today.

Best regards and thanks in advance,

Martin Kay and Christian Boitet Pushpak Bhattacharyya and Rajeev
Sangal PC Chair and Co-chair of COLING-2012 OC Chair and Co-chair
of COLING-2012

Call for papers (v.2b) COLING-2012, Mumbai, India, 8-15 Dec. 2012
Call for Papers (Version 2b, 2012-07-24)

COLING 2012 The 24th International Conference on Computational
Linguistics December 8 - 15, 2012 Mumbai, India

The International Committee on Computational Linguistics (ICCL)
is pleased to announce the 24th International Conference on
Computational Linguistics (COLING 2012), at IIT Bombay (Mumbai,
India). We look forward to welcoming you to the home of the
world's first computational linguist, Panini. COLING will cover a
broad spectrum of technical areas related to natural language and
computation. The conference will include full papers (oral
presentations), short papers (poster presentations),
demonstrations, tutorials, and workshops. We invite the
submission of papers on original and unpublished research, on all
theoretical and practical aspects of computational linguistics.

Topics of Interest COLING 2012 solicits papers, posters and
demonstrations on original and unpublished research on the
following topics, including, but not limited to:
1. Indian language technology
2. Underresourced languages
3. Morphology & POS tagging
4. Grammar and formalisms
5. Parsing
6. Semantics
7. Discourse and pragmatics
8. Coreference resolution
9. Ontologies and terminology
10. Textual entailment
11. Resources and annotation
12. Psychological and neurological modelling
13. Empirical machine translation
14. Expert or hybrid machine translation
15. Hybrid man+machine architectures & human factors
16. Information retrieval
17. Summarization
18. Named Entity recognition
19. Word Sense Disambiguation
20. Sentiment and text classification
21. Information & content extraction, text mining
22. Question answering
23. Speech recognition and synthesis
24. Software internationalization & localization
25. Deployment of NLP-based applications, software integration &
26. Natural Language Generation

Instructions to Authors
1. Three communication formats: full papers (14 A5 sized pages
   with any number of reference pages), short papers (8 A5 sized
   pages with any number of reference pages) and demo papers (6
   A5 sized pages with any number of reference pages).
2. Three presentation formats: Oral for full paper, Poster for
   short paper, Demo.
3. Papers are in English. However, if an author so wishes s/he
   may add elements in another language (L2): a title, an
   abstract and keywords on the first page, and if s/he wishes, 2
   pages (a synopsis) in L2, beginning on page 2. Such papers
   will have 14+2 (or 8+2, or 6+2) pages, plus any number of
   pages for reference.
5. Papers must conform to official COLING 2012 style guidelines
   (LaTeX and Microsoft Word templates given on the web site).
6. Submission and reviewing will be on-line, managed by the START
   system. The only accepted format for submitted papers is PDF.
   Supplementary material - if any, in the form of tools or
   resources - must be in the form of a single .zip or a .tgz
   archive file with a maximum size of 10MB; otherwise there are
   no constraints on its format. Submissions, together with all
   supplementary material, must be uploaded on the START system
   by the submission deadlines; submissions after that time will
   not be reviewed. To minimize network congestion, we request
   authors to upload their submissions as early as possible
   (especially if they contain large supplementary material
   files). The link for the "Call For Papers" is

Important dates
* 25th July, 2012: opening of the submission website
* 25th August, 2012: paper Submission deadline
* 15th October, 2012: paper accept/reject notification
* 1st November, 2012: camera ready paper due
* 10th to 14th December, 2012: main conference

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