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Unacceptable (was Re: CFP: NLDB 2017 - Abstract Submission Deadline 29 January 2017)

From: Phil Archer <phila@w3.org>
Date: Wed, 16 Nov 2016 12:11:14 +0000
To: Flavius Frasincar <frasincar@ese.eur.nl>
Cc: semantic-web@w3.org, public-lod@w3.org
Message-ID: <5da42594-22db-15e8-265d-6ce7bd3c20e6@w3.org>
Dear Flavius,

Subscribers to the W3C's LOD and Semantic Web mailing lists, for which I 
am ultimately responsible, will not be surprised to see me respond to 
your cross posting of this CfP, complete with meaningless apology that 
just irritates everyone.

See https://lists.w3.org/Archives/Public/semantic-web/2016May/0059.html

-- 


Phil Archer
Data Strategist, W3C
http://www.w3.org/

http://philarcher.org
@philarcher1


On 15/11/2016 18:13, Flavius Frasincar wrote:
> (apologies for cross-posting)
>
> *** NLDB Conference Publications ***
>
> As a continuation of the NLDB tradition, all accepted papers will be
> published in the Lecture Notes in Computer Science (LNCS) series of
> Springer.
>
> We are also planning a special issue in Data & Knowledge Engineering, an
> ISI-indexed prestigious journal of Elsevier. Authors of the best
> conference papers, to be selected at the end of the conference, will be
> invited to submit an extended version of their work to the previously
> mentioned journal.
>
> Submission information can be found towards the end of this page.
>
> More information on NLDB 2017 can be found at
> http://conferences.hec.ulg.ac.be/~nldb2017/.
> *** Important Dates ***
>
> Abstract submission: January 29, 2017 (23h59 Hawaii Time)
> Full paper submission: February 5, 2017 (23h59 Hawaii Time)
> Paper notification: March 13, 2017 (23h59 Hawaii Time)
> Camera-ready deadline: April 3, 2017 (23h59 Hawaii Time)
>
> *** Conference at a Glance ***
>
> NLDB 2017 invites researchers from academia and industry to submit their
> papers on recent, unpublished research that addresses theoretical
> aspects, algorithms and architectures of NLP applications in Information
> Systems (IS). Papers describing creation of resources, as well as survey
> and discussion papers, are also welcomed.
>
> For its 22nd edition, we explicitly solicit submissions on recent
> advances in NLP, including trendsetting and relevant topics as neural
> language models and argumentation mining. Specifically, we encourage
> submissions dealing with the following topics:
>
> Argumentation Mining and Applications
> - Automatic detection of argumentation components and relationships
> - Creation of resources, e.g., annotated corpora, treebanks and parsers
> - Integration of NLP techniques with formal, abstract argumentation
> structures, e.g., Toulmin model
> - Argumentation mining from legal texts and scientific articles
> - Applications, e.g., in opinion mining/sentiment analysis
> - Neural language models
>
> Deep Learning and Word2Vec
> - Deep learning and Word2Vec applications, e.g., opinion mining, text
> summarization, machine translation
> - Development of novel deep learning architectures and algorithms
> - Parallel computation techniques and GPU programming for neural
> language models
>
> NLP Applications in IS and in Social Media and Web Analytics
> - Machine translation
> - Plagiarism detection
> - Opinion mining/sentiment analysis, detection of fake reviews
> - Information extraction: NER, event detection, term and semantic
> relationship extraction
> - Text summarization
> - Text classification and clustering
> - Corpus analysis
> - Language detection
> - Robust NLP methods for sparse, ill-formed texts
>
> Question Answering (QA) - Natural language interfaces to databases
> - QA using web data
> - Multi-lingual QA
> - Non-factoid QA (how/why/opinion questions, lists)
> - Geographical QA
> - QA corpora and training sets
> - QA over Linked Data (QALD)
>
> Semantic Web, Open Linked Data, and Ontologies
> - QALD
> - Ontology learning and alignment
> - Ontology population
> - Ontology evaluation
> - Querying ontologies and Linked Data
> - Semantic tagging and classification
> - Ontology-driven NLP
>
> Natural Language in Conceptual Modeling - Analysis of natural language
> descriptions
> - Terminological ontologies
> - Consistency checking
> - Metadata creation and harvesting
> - Ontology-driven systems integration
> - Natural language and ubiquitous Computing
>
> Pervasive computing, embedded, robotic and mobile applications
> - NLP techniques for Internet of Things (IoT)
> - NLP techniques for ambient intelligence
>
> *** Submission Information ***
>
> All accepted papers will be included in Lecture Notes in Computer
> Science (LNCS) Springer proceedings of the conference, and, therefore,
> must comply with the LNCS format
> (http://www.springer.de/comp/lncs/authors.html).
>
> Submitted papers can be of 4 types:
> - Long papers (max. 12 pages, including references)
> - Short papers (max. 6 pages, including references)
> - Poster papers (max. 4 pages, including references)
> - Demo papers (max. 4 pages, including references)
>
> Please note that the program committee may decide to accept some long
> papers as short papers or poster/demo papers, depending on the content
> quality. The same applies to short papers, which can be accepted as
> poster/demo contributions.
>
> Manuscripts not submitted in the LNCS style or having more than the max.
> number of pages will not be reviewed and thus automatically rejected.
> The papers need to be original and not submitted or accepted for
> publication in any other workshop, conference, or journal. Authors must
> submit their manuscripts (in PDF) via EasyChair
> (https://www.easychair.org/conferences/?conf=nldb2017). Submission via
> other means (e.g., emails) will be rejected.
>
> Important: We plan to publish extended versions of a selection of the
> best papers after the conference in the Data & Knowledge Engineering
> journal as a special issue.
>
> *** Organization ***
>
> Program Chairs
> - Flavius Frasincar, Erasmus University Rotterdam, Rotterdam, the
> Netherlands
> - Nguyen Le Minh, Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, Japan
>
> General Chairs
> - Ashwin Ittoo, University of Liège, Belgium
> - Elisabeth Métais, Conservatoire National des Arts et Métiers (CNAM),
> France
>
> Other members of the organization, including the Program Committee, can
> be found at http://conferences.hec.ulg.ac.be/~nldb2017/organization/.
>
>
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