Friday December 7, 2007
University of Nijmegen
CLIN 2007 is organized by the Language and Speech group of the Radboud
Proceedings - call for papers
Speakers at CLIN 2007 (held in Nijmegen, December 7) may submit a paper addressing the topic of their talk for the proceedings. The proceedings are peer-reviewed.
The time schedule is as follows:
The proceedings will be edited by Peter-Arno Coppen, Hans van Halteren, en Suzan Verberne. A reviewing committee will be formed after receiving the statements of intent.
- 15 February 2008: Statement of intent. Please send an e-mail (subject: "intent for CLIN proceedings") to email@example.com, with the following information:
- The title of your submission
- Author(s) - if there is more than one author, indicate the author who will be the contact person
- E-mail address(es)
- 4 April 2008: Submission deadline for papers. Send your LaTeX source files and a PDF version to firstname.lastname@example.org. Papers are maximally 15 pages long. Style files and instructions are available at this page.
- 30 May 2008: Notification of acceptance sent to authors.
- 14 June 2008: Reviewers' reports and instructions from editors sent to authors.
- 14 July 2008: Submission of final version - send a zip or tar file containing all LaTeX source files and a final PDF file of your paper to email@example.com.
List of accepted papers
We accepted 8 out of 15 submissions for publication in the CLIN Proceedings:
- 1. Deriving and Exploiting Logical Forms - Crit Cremers
- 3. Putting the t where it belongs - Herman Stehouwer and Antal van den Bosch
- 4. Aligning linguisticaly motivated phrases - Lieve Macken and Walter Daelemans
- 6. Finding features for detecting discourse relations between sentences - Daphne Theijssen, Hans van Halteren, Suzan Verberne and Lou Boves
- 8. Detecting semantic overlap: A parallel monolingual treebank for Dutch - Erwin Marsi and Emiel Krahmer
- 9. In response to your inquiry: Automatic e-mail answer suggestion in a Dutch Contact Centre - Michel Boedeltje and Arjan van Hessen
- 11. Automatic Thesaurus Extraction: Comparing Context Models - Kris Heylen and Yves Peirsman
- 15. Exploring the word-formation*type-frequency hypothesis - Nelleke Oostdijk
We thank all reviewers for their time and effort:
Antal van de Bosch, Carole Tiberius, Frank van Eynde, Gisela Redeker, Gosse Bouma, Harald Baayen, Harry Bunt, Inge de Mönnink, Jakub Zavrel, Leonoor van der Beek, Maarten de Rijke, Simone Paolo Ponzetto, Tim van de Cruys, Toine Bogers, Walter Daelemans, Wauter Bosma and Yves Peirsman