text summarization

Special Track On Intelligent Language Processing: Trends and Applications

Abbreviated Title: 
IPL
Call for Papers
Submission Deadline: 
24 Oct 2016
Event Dates: 
26 Oct 2016
Location: 
Cairo University
City: 
cairo
State: 
cairo
Country: 
Egypt
Contact: 
Khaled Shaalan
Contact Email: 
khaled.shaalan [at] buid.ac.ae

New trends of intelligent language processing systems are emerging, such as big data analysis, social network analysis, Internet of things, smart services, mobile computing, computer games, to name a few. Applications of these trends have been applied to various domains including education, travel and tourism, healthcare, among others.

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Special Track On Intelligent Language Processing: Trends and Applications

Abbreviated Title: 
ILP
Call for Papers
Submission Deadline: 
30 Apr 2016
Event Dates: 
24 Oct 2016 to 26 Oct 2016
Location: 
Cairo University
City: 
Giza
State: 
Cairo
Country: 
Egypt
Contact: 
Aboul Ella Hassanien
Khaled Shaalan
Contact Email: 
aboitcairo [at] gmail.com
kshaalan [at] acm.org

New trends of intelligent language processing systems are emerging, such as big data analysis, social network analysis, Internet of things, smart services, mobile computing, computer games, to name a few. Applications of these trends have been applied to various domains including education, travel and tourism, healthcare, among others.

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2014 BioASQ Challenges on Biomedical Semantic Indexing and Question Answering

Abbreviated Title: 
2014 BioASQ Challenges
Call for Participation
Contact: 
Ion Androutsopoulos
Contact Email: 
ion [at] aueb.gr

BioASQ challenge on large-scale biomedical semantic indexing and question answering
(part of the CLEF 2014 QA track to take place in Sheffield, UK, 15-18 September, 2014)

Web site: http://bioasq.org/
twitter: https://twitter.com/bioasq
CLEF-QA site: http://nlp.uned.es/clef-qa/

The BioASQ challenge consists of two different tasks (Task 2a and Task 2b).

If you are interested in any of the following areas:

* Large-scale and hierarchical classification
* Machine learning
* Semantic Indexing, semantic similarity

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SemEval-2014 Task 3 - Cross-Level Semantic Similarity

Call for Papers
Submission Deadline: 
30 Apr 2014
Event Dates: 
23 Aug 2014 to 24 Aug 2014
City: 
Dublin
Country: 
Ireland
Contact: 
David Jurgens (jurgens@di.uniroma1.it)
Taher Pilehvar (pilehvar@di.uniroma1.it)
Roberto Navigli (navigli@di.uniroma1.it)
Contact Email: 
jurgens [at] di.uniroma1.it

SemEval 2014 - Task 3 Cross-Level Semantic Similarity
http://alt.qcri.org/semeval2014/task3/

The aim of this task is to evaluate semantic similarity when comparing lexical items of different types, such as paragraphs, sentences, phrases, words, and senses.

INTRODUCTION:

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MultiLing 2013 - Multilingual Multi-document Summarization - Call for Contributors

Abbreviated Title: 
MultiLing 2013
Other
Submission Deadline: 
1 Mar 2013
Event Dates: 
9 Aug 2013
Location: 
National Palace of Culture
City: 
Sofia
Country: 
Bulgaria
Contact: 
George Giannakopoulos
George Petasis
Contact Email: 
ggianna [at] iit.demokritos.gr
petasis [at] iit.demokritos.gr

Call for Data Contributors - MultiLing 2013
(Please feel free to forward this call. Apologies for cross-postings.)

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MultiLing 2013 is a workshop, held within ACL 2013, which covers three subdomains of
Natural Language Processing, focused on the multilingual aspect of summarization.
The MultiLing 2013 workshop builds upon the Text Analysis Conference (TAC)
MultiLing Pilot task of 2011, where systems were asked to generate fluent, representative
summaries (around 250 words) for each of 10 predefined topics per language.

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6th DGfS-CL Computational Linguistics Fall School 2011

Call for Participation
Event Dates: 
29 Aug 2011 to 9 Sep 2011
Location: 
University of Zurich
City: 
Zurich
Country: 
Switzerland
Contact: 
Michael Hess
Martin Volk
Jeannette Roth
Gerold Schneider
Contact Email: 
fallschool2011 [at] cl.uzh.ch

CALL FOR PARTICIPATION

6th DGfS-CL Computational Linguistics Fall School 2011

The Computational Linguistics Fall School is a biennial event for students who wish to broaden their knowledge of techniques and methods used in natural language processing, in particular of innovative and emerging fields in computational linguistics not traditionally taught in standard degree programmes.

Date: August 29th - September 9th, 2011

Venue: University of Zurich, Switzerland

Scientific organizer: German Linguistic Society (Deutsche Gesellschaft
für Sprachwissenschaft)

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Canadian AI, St. John's, Newfoundland, May 2011, Workshop on text summarization

Abbreviated Title: 
TS11
Call for Papers
Submission Deadline: 
7 Mar 2011
Event Dates: 
24 May 2011
City: 
St. John's
State: 
Newfoundland
Country: 
Canada
Contact: 
Alistair Kennedy
Stan Szpakowicz
Contact Email: 
akennedy [at] site.uottawa.ca
szpak [at] site.uottawa.ca

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Automatic text summarization (TS) has been a matter of active research for over a decade now. Doing TS really well would require insights from statistics, machine learning, linguistics and cognitive science, to name a few. Despite a great deal of research effort, state-of-the-art TS systems achieve summary quality much lower than even untrained human summarizers. There is room for improvement and much interesting work to do.

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