Global Wordnet Conference 2012
Global Wordnet Conference 2012
Call for papers 6th International Global Wordnet Conference (GWC2012)
DEADLINE EXTENDED TO SEPTEMBER 23!!!!
6th International Global Wordnet Conference,
January, 9-13, 2012
Conference website is now on line!!!!
First Call for papers 6th International Global Wordnet Conference.
The Global Wordnet Association is pleased to announce the 6th International Global Wordnet Conference (GWC2012).
The conference will be held at Kunibiki Messe (www.kunibikimesse.jp/en/index.html), Matsue, Japan, in January 2012. It is organized by the Global Wordnet Association, the Toyohashi University of Technology and the National Institute of Japanese Language and Linguistics. Matsue is located in the west part of Japan, about 1000km west from Tokyo.
Local organization: Hitoshi Isahara (Toyohashi University of Technology) and Kyoko Kanzaki (National Institute of Japanese Language and Linguistics).
Details about the Association and the full announcement for the conference can be found on the GWA website (www.globalwordnet.org) and on the conference website (to be launched).
We invite papers addressing the topics listed below. Proposals for tutorials on building wordnets and demonstrations of wordnet databases, and wordnet-based software are welcome too.
- Linguistics and lexical semantics, including:
- In depth analysis of Semantic Relations,
- Determining and representing word meanings (definitions, relations, semantic components, co-occurrence statistics, etc.)
- Necessity and Completeness issues.
- Ontologies and wordnets.
- The lexicon and wordnets.
- Architecture of lexical databases, including:
- Language independent and language dependent components
- Tools and Methods for Wordnet Development, including:
- User and Data entry interface, organization,
- Extending and enriching wordnets
- WordNet as a lexical resource and component of NLP and MT, including:
- Word sense disambiguation using wordnet,
- Ontologies and WordNet,
- The Lexicon and WordNet
- Applications of WordNet, including:
- Information Extraction and Retrieval,
- Document Structuring and Categorization,
- Automatic Hyperlinking
- Language Teaching,
- Psycholinguistic Applications
- Standardization, distribution and availability of wordnets and wordnet tools.
Presentations will fall into one of the following categories:
- long papers (30 mins)
- short papers (15 mins)
- project reports (10 mins)
- demonstrations (20 mins)
Submissions will have to state one of the preferred categories. Acceptance may be subject to changes in the category of the presentation, e.g. a long paper submission may be accepted as a short paper.
Final papers should be submitted in electronic form (PDF only):
- Long papers should be limited to 8 pages,
- Demonstration papers must be at most 5 pages text and can have additional 3 pages screen dumps or images;
- Short papers and project descriptions should be limited to 5 pages.
Anononymous papers need to be submitted to the EasyChair website:
The format of the paper is in ACL format (PDF)
The conference program will include oral presentations and demonstration sessions with sufficient time for discussions of the issues raised.
The deadline for submissions is September 23rd, 2011. Decisions regarding acceptance will be announced to the authors by end of September. Final papers are due at October 10th.
Important note: Inclusion of accepted submissions into the final program and the proceedings is contingent upon at least one author's registration. Late registration and on site registration for participants is possible without inclusion of the paper and without presentation.
- September-23-2011 Deadline for paper submission
- October-24-2011 Notification of acceptance of papers
- November-11-2011 Final papers by authors
- November-18-2011 PC checks final papers and contact authors, if
- November-21-2011 LOC gets all camera readies from PC
- November-15-2011 Registration is open
- November-30-2011 Registration closes for author(s) to be included in the proceedings
- January 9-13, 2011 Conference
Please note that traveling to Japan may require a Visa. Please, consult the Japan National Tourist Organization:
Also visit the conference website (to be launched) for relevant information.
Local Organizing Chairs:
Toyohashi University of Technology
National Institute of Japanese Language and Linguistics
- Hitoshi Isahara
- Kyoko Kanzaki
- Christiane Fellbaum, Princeton University
- Piek Vossen, Free University of Amsterdam
- Adam Kilgarriff, Lexical Computing Ltd
- Adam Pease, Rearden Commerce
- Ales Horak
- Darja Fiser, University of Ljubljana
- Bernardo Magnini
- Gloria Vasquez
- Agata Cybulska
- Attila Gorog
- Pushpak Bhattacharyya, IIT Bombay
- Peter Schulam
- Eneko Agirre, University of the Basque Country
- Karel Pala, Masaryk University
- Ted Pedersen
- Francis Bond
- Shu-Kai Hsieh, National Taiwan University
- Monica Monachini
- Heili Orav
- Claudia Soria
- Andrea Marchetti
- Bolette Pedersen
- German Rigau, University of the Basque Country
- Horacio Rodriguez
- Axel Herold
- Virach Sornlertlamvanich, NECTEC
- Chu-Ren Huang, Hong Kong Polytechnic U.
- Maciej Piasecki
- Zygmunt Vetulani
- Sonja Bosch
- Kow Kuroda
- Yoshihiko Hayashi
- Toru Ishida
- Takanobu Tokunaga
- Naoyuki Ono, Tohoku University
- Peter Schulam, Carnegie Mellon University