[Corpora-List] Deadline extension: August 23, CODI, 1st Workshop on Computational Approaches to Discourse

Chloé Braud Chloe.Braud at irit.fr
Wed Aug 12 07:58:38 CEST 2020


https://codi-workshop.github.io/ Held in conjunction with EMNLP 2020 November 19, 2020

** Extended Submission deadline: August 23, 2020 **

* Important information: The CODI workshop will be an online workshop following the EMNLP program chairs' decision to move EMNLP online. The workshop will now take place on November 19. **   Aims and scope The last five years have seen a dramatic improvement in the ability of NLP systems to understand and produce words and sentences. This development has created a renewed interest in discourse problems as researchers move towards the processing of long-form text and conversations. There is a surge of activity in discourse parsing, coherence models, text summarization, corpora for discourse level reading comprehension, and discourse related/aided representation learning, to name a few. Our workshop brings together discourse experts and upcoming researchers to catalyze the speed and knowledge needed to solve such problems, as well as serve as a forum for the discussion of suitable datasets and reliable evaluation methods.  The previous workshops on discourse in machine translation (DiscoMT), linking lexical, sentential and discourse semantics (LSDSem), discourse structure in natural language generation (DSNNLG), discourse parsing and treebanking (DisRPT) and coreference (CORBON/CRAC), have shown that there is considerable interest and success in bringing together the community working on specific problems.  The Workshop on Computational Approaches to Discourse brings together researchers interested in all aspects of discourse and its computational modeling and provides a general forum where work ranging from corpus development/analysis to computational models, and evaluation is discussed, and desiderata can be identified for future progress.   Topics of interest We welcome symbolic and probabilistic approaches, corpus development and analysis, as well as machine and deep learning approaches to discourse. We appreciate theoretical contributions as well as practical applications, including demos of systems and tools. The goal of the workshop is to provide a forum for the community of NLP researchers working on all aspects of discourse.  Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:  ● discourse structure  ● discourse connectives  ● discourse relations  ● annotation tools and schemes for discourse phenomena  ● corpora annotated with discourse phenomena  ● discourse parsing  ● cross-lingual discourse processing  ● cross-domain discourse processing  ● anaphora and coreference resolution  ● event coreference  ● argument mining  ● coherence modeling  ● discourse and semantics  ● discourse in applications such as machine translation, summarization, etc.  ● evaluation methodology for discourse processing   Submissions  We solicit three categories of papers: regular workshop papers, demos, and extended abstracts. Only regular workshop papers and demos will be included in the proceedings as archival publications.  Regular papers must describe original unpublished research. Long papers may consist of up to 8 pages of content, plus unlimited pages for references.  Short papers can up to 4 pages, plus unlimited pages for references.  Demo submissions may describe systems, tools, visualizations, etc., and may consist of up to 4 pages, plus unlimited pages for references. 

Each submission can contain unlimited pages for Appendices but the paper submissions need to remain fully self-contained, as these supplementary materials are completely optional, and reviewers are not even asked to review them. Accepted long, short, and demo papers will be presented orally.  Extended abstracts can describe work in progress or those already published elsewhere. These may be two pages long (without references). Extended abstracts are non-archival. They will be presented orally, and included in the workshop program and handbook, but will not appear in the workshop proceedings.Double submission of papers will need to be notified at submission.  Submission website All submissions must be anonymous and follow the EMNLP 2020 formatting instructions described here: https://2020.emnlp.org/call-for-papers  Please submit your papers at https://www.softconf.com/emnlp2020/codi2020  Important dates

* 12 June, 2020: First Call for Papers * 10 July, 2020: Second Call for Papers * 15 July, 2020: Anonymity period starts * 15 Aug, 2020 23 Aug, 2020: Papers Due (long, short, demo, extended abstracts) * 29 Sept, 2020: Notification of Acceptance * 10 Oct, 2020: Camera-ready papers due * Nov 19, 2020: Workshop Date All deadlines are 11.59 pm UTC -12h ("anywhere on Earth").   Invited Speakers  Eunsol Choi, Google AI / UT Austin Eduard Hovy, Carnegie Mellon University   Organizers Chloe Braud, CNRS-IRIT Christian Hardmeier, Uppsala University Jessy Li, University of Texas, Austin Annie Louis, Google Research, London Michael Strube, Heidelberg Institute for Theoretical Studies

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