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COLING 2020: International Conference on Computational Linguistics
Submission Date:
2020-07-01 Extended
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Conference Date:
Barcelona, Spain
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Call For Papers
The 28 th International Conference on Computational Linguistics (COLING) will be held in Barcelona, Spain, from 13 to 18 September 2020. We invite the submission of papers on original and unpublished research on all aspects of computational linguistics.

The first COLING was held in New York in 1965, with the last iteration in Santa Fe, USA, in 2018. Throughout its history, COLING has brought together researchers from across the field of Computational Linguistics. COLING’2020 continues this tradition and thus welcomes papers on all topics related to both natural language and computation, with the expectation that all papers will include linguistic insight.


COLING’2020 invites the submission of long and short papers on original and unpublished research covering all aspects of natural language and computation. Relevant topics for the conference include, but are not limited to, the following (in alphabetical order):

    Applications (including BioNLP and eHealth, NLP for legal purposes, NLP for Social Media and Journalism, among others)
    Dialogue and Interactive Systems
    Discourse and Pragmatics
    Document classification, topic modelling, information retrieval and crosslingual retrieval
    Language Generation
    Language Modelling
    Information Extraction and Text Mining, and Knowledge Graph
    Language Resources and Evaluation
    CL/NLP and Linguistic Theories, Cognitive Modeling and Psycholinguistics
    Machine Learning for CL/NLP
    Multilingual processing, Machine Translation and translation aids
    Morphology and Word Segmentation
    Semantics (of words, sentences, ontologies and lexical semantics)
    Sentiment Analysis, Opinion and Argument Mining
    Speech recognition, text-to-speech and spoken language understanding
    Summarization and Simplification
    Tagging, Chunking, Syntax and Parsing
    Textual Inference and Question Answering
    Vision, Robotics, Multimodal and Grounded Language Acquisition

Papers in all these areas describing NLP engineering experiments or computationally-aided linguistic analysis as well as survey papers are welcome. In all relevant areas, we encourage authors to include a detailed description of the methodology, the analysis of the contribution of the proposal and in technologically-oriented papers, we encourage in-depth error analysis linked to linguistic information.
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