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We are pleased to announce
** EXTENDED DEADLINE**
to 8th March for submissions to the
International Workshop on "Computational Approaches to Collocations"
22., 23. July 2002 Vienna, Austria
Brigitte Krenn (ÖFAI, Vienna)
Brigitte Krenn (ÖFAI, Vienna),
Geoffrey Willians (Université de Bretagne Sud, France),
Ulrich Heid (IMS Stuttgart, Germany)
"Computational Approaches to Collocations" will be a two day workshop with paper presentations and special topic sessions. The scope of the workshop will cover computational models and strategies for collocation identification and their use in computational linguistic applications. For more information see
The workshop is intended to complement the EURALEX Workshop on "Lexicographic applications of computational approaches to collocations: Restricted collocations in dictionaries" chaired by Geoffrey Williams and Ulrich Heid (see
Papers are invited on all computational aspects of identifying and processing lexical collocations, including, but not limited to:
statistics-based and hybrid methods on collocation identification, the development and testing of association measures, the discussion of significance versus relevance of identification results, the application of collocations in information extraction, in machine translation, in the development of lexical resources, in the evaluation of smoothing methods, etc.
Format of submissions:
(*) Maximum length is 8 pages including figures and references.
(*) Use 12pt, two column style, set margins so that the text lies within a rectangle
of approx. 16.5 x 23cm (6.5 x 9 inches).
(*) Review will be blind: please provide author information on an additional
header page and avoid obvious self references in the text.
(*) Electronic submissions are strongly preferred.
(*) Electronic format: Postscript or PDF documents.
(*) Hardcopy submission (if electronic submission is not possible):
send four (4) copies to the contact addresse indicated below.
(*) Submissions should be send to email@example.com.
(*) 8th March, 2002: Extended deadline for submitted papers.
(*) 8th April, 2002: Notification of acceptance.
(*) 6th May, 2002: Camera ready copy.
(*) 22nd, 23rd July, 2002: Workshop.
Austrian Research Institute for Artificial Intelligence (ÖFAI)
1010 Vienna, Austria
Beatrice Daille (France)
Gregor Erbach (Germany)
Stefan Evert (Germany)
Thierry Fontenelle (USA)
Patrick Hanks (UK)
Ulrich Heid (Germany)
Adam Kilgarriff (UK)
Brigitte Krenn (Austria)
Anke Lüdeling (Germany)
Christopher Manning (USA)
Ted Pedersen (USA)
Patrick Schone (USA)
Dan Tufis (Romania)
Eric Wehrli (Suisse)
Geoffrey Willians (France)
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