NLPIT 2017

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NLPIT 2017
The 3nd International Workshop on Natural Language Processing for Informal Text
Event in series NLPIT
Dates 2017/06/05 (iCal) - 2017/06/08
Homepage: wwwhome.cs.utwente.nl/~badiehm/
Submitting link: easychair.org/conferences/?conf=nlpit2017
Location
Location: Rome, Italy
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Important dates
Workshops: 2017/06/05
Submissions: 2017/03/31
Notification: 2017/04/28
Camera ready due: 2017/05/12
Committees
Organizers: Mena B. Habib, Florian Kunneman, Maurice van Keulen
PC members: Alexandra Balahur, Barbara Plank, Chenliang Li, Claudia Hauff, Dolf Trieschnigg, Erik Tjong Kim Sang, Gerasimos Spanakis, Julia Kiseleva, Kevin Gimpel, Malvina Nissim, Natalia Konstantinova, Orphee De Clerq, Robert Remus, Sabine Bergler, Wang Ling, Yannis Korkontzelos, Zhemin Zhu
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Event


The rapid growth of Internet usage in the last two decades adds new challenges to understand the informal user generated content (UGC) on the Internet. Textual UGC refers to textual posts on social media, blogs, emails, chat conversations, instant messages, forums, reviews, or advertisements that are created by end-users of an online system. A large portion of language used on textual UGC is informal. Informal text is the style of writing that disregard language grammars and uses a mixture of abbreviations and context dependent terms. The straightforward application of state-of-the-art Natural Language Processing approaches on informal text typically results in significantly degraded performance due to the following reasons: the lack of sentence structure; the lack of enough context required; the seldom entities involved; the noisy sparse contents of users' contributions; and the untrusted facts contained. It is the aim of this workshop to bring the attention of researchers to the opportunities and challenges involved in informal text processing. In particular, we are interested in discussing informal text modeling, normalization, mining, and understanding in addition to various application areas in which UGC is involved.

Topics

We invite submissions on topics that include, but are not limited to, the following core NLP approaches for informal UGC: language identification, classification, clustering, filtering, summarization, tokenization, segmentation, morphological analysis, POS tagging, parsing, named entity extraction, named entity disambiguation, relation/fact extraction, semantic annotation, sentiment analysis, language normalization, informality modeling and measuring, language generation, handling uncertainties, machine translation, ontology construction, dictionary construction, etc.

Submissions

Authors are invited to submit original work not submitted to another conference or workshop. Workshop submissions could be a full paper or short paper. Long papers should present completed work and may consist of up to 12 pages of content including references. Short papers can present work in progress and may consist of up to 8 pages including references. All papers should follow the Springer LNCS format. Papers in PDF can be sent via the EasyChair Conference System. Each submission will receive, in addition to a meta-review, at least 2 peer double-blind reviews. Self-references that reveal the author's identity must be avoided. Each full paper will get 30 minutes presentation time. Short papers will get 15 minutes presentation time. The papers accepted in the workshop will be published as a part of the workshops post-proceedings of the ICWE 2017 conference. To contact the NLPIT 2017 organization team, please send an e-mail to: nlpit2017@easychair.org.

Important Dates

  • Submission deadline: March 31st, 2017
  • Notification deadline: April 28thth, 2017
  • Camera-ready version: May 12th, 2017
  • Workshop date: June 5th or 8th, 2017
  • Post Proceedings: 24th June 2017

Committees