CFP: AIPR-07 Special Session on Frontiers of Language Processing and Information Retrieval for Asian Languages

CFP: AIPR-07 Special Session on Frontiers of Language Processing and Information Retrieval for Asian Languages

Post by Dave » Sat, 23 Sep 2006 16:56:09


Call for Papers:
AIPR-07 Special Session on Frontiers of Language Processing and
Information Retrieval for Asian Languages

A Special Session on the Frontiers of Language Processing and
Information Retrieval for Asian Languages will be held during the 2007
International Conference on Artificial

Intelligence and Pattern Recognition (AIPR-07). This special session
will look at the current trends and state of the art research in
language processing and information retrieval

for Asian languages. Recently there has been an explosion of research
in Asian languages such as Chinese, Japanese, etc. The research for
these languages are producing

extraordinary results. This special session is meant to be a showcase
for such research, hopefully creating a dialog between researchers in
Asian and non-Asian languages.

The scope of the special session includes, but is not limited to:

* Natural Language Processing
* Machine Translation
* Information Retrieval
* Language-based Affective Computing
* Dialog Systems
* Question & Answering
* Language Learning Systems
* Spoken Language Processing

SUBMISSION INSTRUCTIONS:
Authors should submit their draft as an email attachment to davidb at
is.tokushima-u.ac.jp by Feb. 1st, 2007. The draft papers should be no
more than 8 pages in IEEE format single

spaced, double column, with a font size of 10 to 12. Drafts should be
submitted in MS Word, PDF or PS format.

Each paper will be peer reviewed by at least two experts. All accepted
papers will be published in the conference proceedings, under the title
of the session.

DEADLINES:
Draft paper submission due: February 1st 2007
Acceptance/rejection decision: March 1st 2007
Camera ready paper submission and pre-registration: April 2nd 2007
Conference: July 9th-12th, 2007

CONFERENCE VENUE:
Orlando, Florida USA
Orlando is the tourist capital of the world. With its numerous theme
parks and its close proximity to beaches, visitors are never left
wondering what to do.

SESSION CHAIR:
David Bracewell
Department of Information Science and Intelligent Systems
The University of Tokushima, Tokushima, Japan
Email: davidb at is.tokushima-u.ac.jp

JOURNAL
Extended versions of selected papers will be inlcuded in a special
issue of the Journal Engineering Letters.

Session Website:
http://www.yqcomputer.com/
AIPR-07 Website: http://www.yqcomputer.com/

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