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|Full Title: Workshop on Computational Methods for Descriptive and Theoretical Morphology
Date: 18-Feb-2016 – 21-Feb-2016
Location: Vienna, Austria
Web Site: http://wu.ac.at/imm17/workshops/
Linguistic Field(s): Computational Linguistics; Morphology
Call Deadline: 14-Sep-2015
While computational morphology is a respected and well-established subfield of computational linguistics with important applications in NLP, this line of research has developed in parallel rather than in tight interaction with descriptive and theoretical morphology. This has led to situations of mutual misunderstandings and missed opportunities. While the situation has improved over the last decade, there is still room for much cross-fertilization among descriptive, theoretical, and computational approaches to morphology.
Call for Papers:
This workshop is meant as a forum for presentation of work in any other area where computational methods are put to use to address descriptive or theoretical issues in morphology. These include, but are not limited to: – Implemented morphological grammar fragments – Quantitative assessment of the properties of morphological systems – Quantitative approaches to morphological typology – Design and use of large scale morphological lexica – Use of machine learning techniques to bootstrap the morphological description of under-resourced languages Submissions are welcome that present a computational method or electronic resource, use such a method or resource in original research, or both.
Rob Malouf (SDSU)
Abstracts should be in PDF format and at most 4 page long, including figures and references. All abstracts should be submitted via: https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=cmdtm2015
Please direct any questions to the program committee chairs at cmdtm2015easychair.org
All abstracts will be reviewed anonymously by at least two reviewers.
Abstracts should not include the authors’ names, and authors are asked to avoid transparent self-reference.
Abstract Submission Deadline: September 14, 2016
Notification of Acceptance: October 31, 2016
Workshop: February 18-21, 2016
Delphine Bernhard, Emily Bender, Olivier Bonami (co-chair), Dunstan Brown, Roger Evans, Nabil Hathout, Rob Malouf, Fiammetta Namer, Benoît Sagot (co-chair), Andrea Sims, Gregory Stump, Géraldine Walther
The workshop will take place within the Seventeenth International Morphology Meeting. For more information on IMM 17, see: http://wu.ac.at/imm17/home/
It is organized in the context of French LabEx (Excellency Cluster) ”Empirical Foundations of Linguistics”, in relation with research operation ”Empirical Assessment of Inflectional Complexity.” More information at the following address: http://www.labex-efl.org/?q=en