CALL FOR PAPERS
The Computational Linguistics Workshop on Austroniesian Languages is held as part of 12ICAL at Udayana University (Denpasar Campus), Bali, Indonesia.
We invite the submission of papers on original and unpublished research on various aspects of computational linguistics and natural language processing for languages in the Pacific and Oceanic regions.
Topics include, but not limited to:
- phonology, morphology, syntax, semantics, pragmatics, and discourse; - lexicography and computational lexicography; - lexical resources - lexical semantics - interpreting spoken and written language; - natural language generation; - linguistic formalisms and grammar engineering; - engineering solutions for field linguists; - linguistic, mathematical, and psychological models of language; - corpus-based and statistical language modelling; - machine translation and translation aids; - question answering and information extraction; - natural language interfaces and dialogue systems; - summarisation.
We welcome submissions on any topic that is of interest to the Computational Linguistics and Austronesian Linguistics community. We especially encourage submissions that integrate aspects of both disciplines.
February 13: Submission deadline April 2: Notification of acceptance April 7: ICAL Early registration closes April 30: Final camera-ready copy July 2-6: ICAL Main conference, panels, and workshops
Francis Bond (Nanyang Technological University, Singapore) Meladel Mistica (The Australian National University, Australia)
Andrew MacKinlay (NICTA and The University of Melbourne, Australia) Avery Andrews (The Australian National University, Australia) Anto Satriyo Nugroho (PTIK-BPPT, Indonesia) Chris Biemann (Universität Leipzig, Germany) Chooi Ling Goh (NICT, Japan) Dan Flickinger (Stanford University, USA) Emily Bender (The University of Washington, USA) Farah Akbar (The University of Essex, UK) Hammam Riza (PTIK-BPPT, Indonesia) I Wayan Arka (The Australian National University, Australia) Jeremy Nicholson (The University of Melbourne, Australia) Lauri Karttunen (Stanford University, USA) Mark Dras (Macquarie University Australia) Mary Dalrymple (Oxford University, UK) Michael Ewing (The University of Melbourne, Australia) Michiko Yasukawa (Gunma University, Japan) Miriam Butt (Universität Konstanz, Germany) Mirna Adriani (University of Indonesia, Indonesia) Preslav Nakov (National University of Singapore, Singapore) Rebecca Dridan (The University of Oslo, Norway) Ruli Manurung (University of Indonesia, Indonesian) Simon Musgrave (Monash University, Australia) Tan Tien Ping (Universiti Sains Malaysia, Malaysia) Timothy Baldwin (The University of Melbourne, Australia) Tracy Holloway King (eBay, USA)
I Wayan Arka (The Australian National University, Australia) David Gil (Max Planck Institute, Germany)