semantic role labeling

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Workshop "Biomedical Natural Language Processing", in conjunction with RANLP-2011

Call for Papers
Submission Deadline: 
25 Jun 2011
Event Dates: 
15 Sep 2011
Location: 
Spa hotel Augusta
City: 
Hissar
Country: 
Bulgaria
Contact: 
Guergana Savova
Contact: 
Kevin Bretonnel Cohen
Contact: 
Galia Angelova
Contact Email: 
Guergana [dot] Savova [at] childrens [dot] harvard [dot] edu
Contact Email: 
kevin [dot] cohen [at] gmail [dot] com
Contact Email: 
galia [at] lml [dot] bas [dot] bg

CALL FOR PAPERS

RELMS-11, Workshop on Relational Models of Semantics

Abbreviated Title: 
RELMS-11
Call for Papers
Submission Deadline: 
8 Apr 2011
Event Dates: 
23 Jun 2011
Location: 
ACL 2011
City: 
Portland
State: 
Oregon
Country: 
USA
Contact: 
Preslav Nakov
Contact: 
Diarmuid Ó Séaghdha
Contact Email: 
relms [dot] workshop [dot] 2011 [at] gmail [dot] com

This workshop will bring together NLP researchers whose work deals with relational aspects of language understanding. The ability to reason about semantic relations is a fundamental linguistic competence: it is through recognising explicit and implicit relations between entities and events that humans (and machines) can form a coherent representation of a text's meaning. Numerous recent workshops have focused on lexical semantics; RELMS-11 will highlight relational semantics.

SemEval-3 : 6th International Workshop on Semantic Evaluations (Call for Task Proposals - Extended Deadline)

Abbreviated Title: 
SemEval-3
Call for Proposals
Submission Deadline: 
20 Nov 2010
Contact: 
Suresh Manandhar
Contact: 
Deniz Yuret
Contact Email: 
suresh [at] cs [dot] york [dot] ac [dot] uk
Contact Email: 
dyuret [at] ku [dot] edu [dot] tr

APOLOGIES FOR CROSS POSTING

SemEval-3
6th International Workshop on Semantic Evaluations

2nd Call for Task Proposals - Extended Deadline

The SemEval Programme committee invites proposals for tasks to be run as part of SemEval-3. We welcome tasks that can test an automatic system for semantic analysis of text, be it application dependent or independent. We especially welcome tasks for different languages and cross-lingual tasks.

For SemEval-3 we particularly encourage the following aspects in task design:

Reuse of existing annotations and training data

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