During the workshop+tutorial days at INLG 2016, we will host the first SIGGEN Hackathon, focusing on generation for controlled natural languages (CNLs; Kuhn 2014). Based on a particular natural language, a controlled natural language aims to preserve most of its natural properties while restricting the lexicon, syntax, and/or semantics. These restrictions make hacking together a surface realizer in 24 hours a tractable enough task that we'd like you to try it!
INLG 2012: invited speakers, updated CFP, submission information for long and short papers (deadline Feb 10, 2012)
INLG 2012, the 7th International Conference on Natural Language Generation, will take place at Starved Rock State Park, Utica, IL, May 30-June 1, 2012.
Further details on the program, an updated CFP with submission
information and downloadable style files, and the full program
committee is now available at the conference web site
1. Invited speakers: Kathy McCoy, University of Delaware; and James Lester,
North Carolina State University
2. Submission web site: https://www.softconf.com/c/inlg2012/