Workshop on Multilingual Summarization and Question Answering 2002
(post-conference workshop to be held
in conjunction with COLING-2002)
August 31 and September 1, 2002 (1 and half days)
Hsin-Hsi Chen, National Taiwan University, email@example.com
Chin-Yew Lin, USC/Information Sciences Institute, firstname.lastname@example.org
PROGRAM COMMITTEE: TBA.
CALL FOR PAPERS
Growing interest in automated Question Answering is leading to the
of systems that go beyond 'factoids' to produce answers, often drawn
sources that contain multiple parts. Identifying relevant information
it into a coherent text has however been studied as part of the topic of
Text Summarization. What is the relationship between these two areas?
conditions are summaries not good answers, and why not? What types of
answers exist? How can one evaluate such answers? How are these issues
when we cross language boundaries?
We welcome submissions that address the following themes:
... Single document summarization
... Multiple document summarization
... Multilingual text summarization
... Cross-language question answering
... Summary type classification
... Answer type classification
... Multi-part answer type recognition (When do questions require
complex multi-part answers?)
... Multi-part answer extraction
... Complex summary or answer building block identification
... Structured summary creation
... Coherent and effective answer generation
... How to evaluate summaries?
... How to evaluate factoid answers?
... How to evaluate non-factoid answers?
... Corpora creation for complex summarization and QA
... Interfaces and support tools for complex summarization and QA
FORMAT FOR SUBMISSIONS
Submissions are limited to original, unpublished work. Submissions must
use the ACL latex style or
Microsoft Word style WSQA-submission.doc (both available from the here
workshop web page). Paper
submissions should consist of a full paper (5000 words or less,
exclusive of title page and
references). Papers outside the specified length are subject to be
rejected without review. The
paper should be written in English.
Please send submission questions to email@example.com
Electronic submission only: send the pdf (preferred), postscript, or MS
Word form of your submission
to: firstname.lastname@example.org. The Subject line should be "COLING2002 WORKSHOP PAPER
SUBMISSION". Because reviewing
is blind, no author information is included as part of the paper. An
identification page must be sent
in a separate email with the subject line: "COLING2002 WORKSHOP ID PAGE"
and must include title, all
authors, theme area, keywords, word count, and an abstract of no more
than 5 lines. Late submissions
will not be accepted. Notification of receipt will be e-mailed to the
first author shortly after receipt.
Paper submission deadline: May 6, 2002
Notification of acceptance for papers: June 17, 2002
Camera ready papers due: July 1, 2002
Workshop date: August 31 and September 1, 2002
(1 and half days)
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