Call for Submissions
A special issue of Computational Linguistic & Chinese
Language Processing (CLCLP) invites submission original research papers on the special
topic ¨C HowNet and Its Applications. CLCLP is an
international academic journal edited by the Association for Computational Linguistic
& Chinese Language Processing in Taiwan.
Guest Editor: Prof. Zhendong Dong
Topics of Interest:
1. HowNet as Knowledge or Linguistic Resources
2. Applications of HowNet
The topics of interest are not limited to the above-listed.
For the other submission detailed, see the following excerpt of "Call for Submission" of CLCLP Editorial Board:
"Computational Linguistics and Chinese Language Processing" invites submission of original research papers in the area of computational linguistics in general and Chinese (natural) language processing in particular. Contribution can be written either in English or Chinese. English will be the primary language of this journal for its international readership. A 600-word extended abstract in English is required for all Chinese contributions. Manuscripts submitted must be previously unpublished and not be under consideration elsewhere. Submissions are welcomed in the following three categories:
Papers: Submissions in this category should report significant new research results in computational linguistics or new system implementation involving significant theoretical and/or technological innovation. The accepted papers are divided into the categories of regular papers and short papers. There is no strict length limitation on the regular papers, but it is suggested that manuscripts not exceed 40 double-spaced A4 pages. The short papers are restricted to no more than 20 double-spaced A4 pages.
Survey Papers: Submissions in this category are either invited by the editorial board or voluntary .They should offer a critical overview of either 1) the state of arts of a certain subfield of computational linguistics or Chinese language processing, or 2) of existing systems and/or technologies for a particular natural language application. Page limitation of this category is the same as above.
Project Reports: Submissions in this category should be the reports on 1) the new systems, or 2) the new resources, such as corpora, lexicon, tree-banks etc.
All contributions will be anonymously reviewed by at least two reviewers, with exception of the project reports, which will be reviewed by only one reviewer.
Copyright: It is the author's responsibility to obtain written permission from both author and publisher to reproduce material which has appeared in another publication. Copies of this permission must also be enclosed with the manuscript. It is the policy of the CLCLP society to own the copyright to the technical contributions it publishes, and to facilitate the appropriate reuse of this material. A signed copy of the CLCLP copyright form , which transfers copyright from the authors (or their employers, if they hold the copyright) to the CLCLP society, will be required before the manuscript can be accepted for publication.
Style for Manuscripts: The paper should conform to the following instructions.
1. Type script : Manuscript should be
typed double-spaced on standard A4 (or letter-size) white paper using size of 11 points or
Example : Dempster, A. P., N. M. Laird and D. B. Rubin, "Maximum Likelihood from Incomplete Data via the EM Algorithm," Journal of the Royal Statistical Society, 39 (B) 1977, pp. 1-38.
No page charges are levied on authors or their institutions.¡±