Social media is a constant in our life, influencing the way we think, interact, learn, consolidate relationships and understand society. As a result of the rapid worldwide acceptance and usage of social media, more and more content is becoming available as each day passes. Both because of its importance and its increasing volume, it is not surprising that information from Social Media is rapidly becoming an essential source for natural language processing (NLP) research.
2nd CfP: Extra-Propositional Aspects of Meaning (ExProM) in Computational Linguistics, NAACL 2015 WSSubmitted by Caroline Sporleder on 23 January 2015 - 8:05am
In its 2015 edition, the Extra-Propositional Aspects of Meaning (ExProM) workshop aims at bringing together
scientists working on ExProM within computational linguistics. The goal is to attract researchers interested in
theoretical frameworks, annotation schemas, modeling and implementing real systems, as well as analyzing the
impact of ExProM in natural language processing applications. The workshop also aims at building a bridge
between theoretical and computational linguistics. In particular, it will address these topics, although it
will also cover related topics:
SemEval-2015: International Workshop on Semantic Evaluations
Call for Task Proposals
We invite proposals for tasks to be run as part of SemEval-2015.
Starting with 2015, SemEval will run on a two-year cycle, which will give both task organizers and task participants more time for all steps of the process, including data preparation, system design, analysis, and paper writing.
Call for Participation
SemEval-2014: International Workshop on Semantic Evaluations, an ACL-SIGLEX event
Register to participate in SemEval-2014 at
SemEval-2014, the 8th International Workshop on Semantic Evaluations, an ACL-SIGLEX
event, invites participation in a broad range of tasks in the semantic analysis of natural
language. The aim of the SemEval series of workshops is to extend the current
state-of-the-art in semantic analysis and to help create high quality annotated datasets
Computational Approaches to the Retrieval, Mining and Classification of Affective Texts - Special Issue of the Information Processing and Management Journal (Elsevier)Submitted by Alexandra Balah... on 11 July 2013 - 10:33am
As a follow up of the “4th Workshop on Computational Approaches to Subjectivity, Sentiment and Social Media Analysis” (WASSA 2013) ‐ http://optima.jrc.it/wassa2013/index.htm, papers are invited that address the topic of "Computational Approaches to the Retrieval, Mining and Classification of Affective Texts", for a Special Issue of the Information Processing and Management Journal (Elsevier). For more information, please visit: http://optima.jrc.it/wassa2013/cfp/IPM_SI_CfP.pdf