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Call for Papers

Coling-2000 will provide the foremost opportunity at the beginning of the new millenium to exchange original research papers on a very broad range of topics in computational linguistics. Accordingly, the program committee now solicits suitable hitherto unpublished contributions of high quality on every aspect of the field.

In line with the practice established in previous Coling conferences, authors will be asked to place their submission in one of two categories:

  1. Regular papers, of not more than seven pages, presenting results of original completed research, and 
  2. Project notes, of five pages or less, describing ongoing research or demonstrating a system. 

All papers should describe original work, completed or in progress, rather than merely planned, and clearly indicate the current state of advancement of the work. No previously published papers should be submitted. Simultaneous submission to other conferences is allowed provided it is explicitly indicated on the identification page.


Method of Submission:

  • The first step in submitting a paper to Coling-2000 is to complete a Paper Submission Form. Authors can update the information in the form right up to the deadline for submissions (15th January, 2000). 
  • The layout and format of papers is described here. 
  • The program committee encourages electronic submission of papers, 
  • But hard copy is also acceptable. 

Camera Ready Copy

Deadlines:

    Deadline for submission: 15th January, 2000.

    Notification to authors: 18th March, 2000.

    Arrival in Saarbrücken of final camera-ready copy : 24th June, 2000.


    Programme Committee:

    Martin Kay (Chair), Xerox PARC, Palo Alto
    Gertjan van Noord
    , University of Groningen
    Kemal Oflazer, Bilkent University
    Bonnie Webber, University of Edinburgh
    Sergei Nirenburg, New Mexico State University
    Steve Pulman, SRI Cambridge
    Christian Boitet, Joseph Fourier University, Grenoble
    Junichi Tsujii, University of Tokyo
    Winfried Lenders, Universität Bonn
    Susan Armstrong, ISSCO Geneva
    Chris Manning, Stanford University
    John Carroll, University of Sussex
    Eva Hajicova, Charles University Prague

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