Workshop on Computational Methods for Descriptive and Theoretical Morphology
Abstr. due: 14.09.2015
Dates: 18.02.15 — 21.02.15
Area Of Sciences: Humanities;
Organizing comittee e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Conference fees and accomodation: While computational morphology is a respected and well - established subfield of computational linguistics with important applications in NLP, there has long been a lack of cross - fertilization with work in descriptive and theoretical morphology. This led to situations of mutual misunderstandings (see e.g. the discussions of theoretical approac hes to morphology in Karttunen 2003 and Roark and Sproat 2007) and missed opportunities. The situation has changed radically over the last decade, with important work in 4 directions.
While computational morphology is a respected and well-established subfield of computational linguistics with important applications in NLP, this line of research has developed in parallel rather than in tight interaction with descriptive and theoretical morphology. This has led to situations of mutual misunderstandings and missed opportunities. While the situation has improved over the last decade, there is still room for much cross-fertilization among descriptive, theoretical, and computational approaches to morphology.
Conference Web-Site: http://www.wu.ac.at/imm17/workshops/
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