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Third call for papers: 2nd International Conference on Natural Language and Speech Processing

Abbreviated Title: 
ICNLSP 2018
Call for Papers
Submission Deadline: 
18 Dec 2017
Event Dates: 
25 Apr 2018 to 26 Apr 2018
Location: 
National Library
City: 
Algiers
Country: 
Algeria
Contact: 
Dr. Mourad Abbas
Contact Email: 
m_abbas04 [at] yahoo.fr

Welcome to ICNLSP 2018 (www.icnlsp.org), an IEEE technically co-sponsored conference. It is the second edition of the International Conference on Natural Language and Speech Processing. The first edition ICNLSP 2015 (www.icnlsp.org/icnlsp2015) was held in Algiers on October 2015.

ICNLSP 2018 invites papers discussing the science and technology related to speech and natural language, regardless of the language studied, however works on Arabic and its dialects are encouraged.

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Second Call for papers: 2nd International Conference on Natural Language and Speech Processing

Abbreviated Title: 
ICNLSP 2018
Call for Papers
Submission Deadline: 
18 Dec 2017
Event Dates: 
25 Apr 2018 to 26 Apr 2018
Location: 
Algiers
City: 
Algiers
Country: 
Algeria
Contact: 
Dr. Mourad Abbas
Contact Email: 
m_abbas04 [at] yahoo.fr
icnlsp2018 [at] gmail.com

Second call for papers : 2nd International Conference on Natural Language and Speech Processing ICNLSP 2018

Dear all,

We are happy to invite you to submit your papers to the 2nd International Conference on Natural Language and Speech Processing ICNLSP 2018 (www.icnlsp.org) which will be held in Algiers on April 25th and 26th 2018.

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7th Web as Corpus Workshop

Abbreviated Title: 
WAC-7
Call for Papers
Submission Deadline: 
22 Jan 2012
Event Dates: 
17 Apr 2012
Location: 
WWW2012
City: 
Lyon
Country: 
France
Contact: 
Serge Sharoff
Contact Email: 
s.sharoff [at] leeds.ac.uk

To be held in association with WWW2012 in Lyon, France, 17th April 2012

Sponsored by ACL SIGWAC, http://www.sigwac.org.uk

More and more people are using Web data for linguistic and NLP research: the Web provides an easy
source of linguistic data in a great variety of languages. However, a ‘crawl’ is not ready for exploration
in the same way a traditional ‘corpus’ is. We need to turn a crawl into a corpus. The workshop, the seventh
in an annual series, provides a venue for exploring what it involves, how to do it, and what we find out if we do.

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