Featuring shared tasks on translation, evaluation, automated post-editing and translation model estimation.
7-8th September, 2017, in conjunction with EMNLP 2017 in Copenhagen, Denmark
*** CALL FOR PAPERS ***
We invite the submission of scientific papers on topics related to MT. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:
* word-based, phrase-based, syntax-based SMT * using comparable corpora for SMT * incorporating linguistic information into SMT * decoding * system combination and selection * error analysis * manual and automatic methods for evaluating MT * quality estimation of MT * scaling MT to very large data sets * neural MT
The workshop will feature eight shared tasks:
* Translation tasks
* Evaluation tasks
* Quality estimation
* Other tasks
* Automatic post-editing
* Neural MT training
* Bandit Learning
The tasks have been announced separately and more information is available on the workshop website.
PAPER SUBMISSION INFORMATION
Submissions will consist of full research papers of 6-10 pages, plus additional pages for references, formatted following the EMNLP 2017 guidelines. In addition, shared task participants will be invited to submit short papers (suggested length 4-6 pages) describing their systems or their evaluation metrics. Both submission and review processes will be handled electronically.
We encourage individuals who are submitting research papers to evaluate their approaches using the training resources provided by this workshop and past workshops, so that their experiments can be repeated by others using these publicly available corpora.
Paper submission deadline: June 9th, 2017 Notification of acceptance: June 30th, 2017 Camera-ready deadline: July 14th, 2017 Workshop in Copenhagen preceding EMNLP: September 7-8th, 2017
For shared task timetable, see website.
Barry Haddow (On behalf of the organisers)
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