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International Conference on Intelligent Text Processing and Computational Linguistics

International Conference on Intelligent Text Processing and Computational Linguistics
Abbreviation CICLing
Discipline Computational Linguistics, Natural Language Processing, Human Language Technologies
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Publisher Springer LNCS
History 2000–
Frequency annual

CICLing (short for Conference on Intelligent text processing and Computational Linguistics) is an annual conference on natural language processing (NLP) and computational linguistics (CL). The first CICLing conference was held in 2000, in Mexico City. The conference is attended by about hundred of NLP and CL researchers and students every year. It is ranked as having the 8th highest impact factor among NLP conferences by Arnetminer.[9] Past CICLing conferences have been held in Mexico, Korea, Israel, Romania, Japan, India, Greece, and Nepal; the forthcoming event will be held in Egypt.

Overview

CICLing is a series of annual international conferences devoted to computational linguistics (CL), intelligent text processing, natural language processing (NLP), human language technologies (HLT), natural-language human-computer interaction (HCI), and speech processing and speech recognition (SR).

Their topics of interest include, but are not limited to: text processing, computational morphology, tagging, stemming, syntactic analysis, parsing and shallow parsing, chunking, recognizing textual entailment, ambiguity resolution, semantic analysis, pragmatics, lexicon, lexical resources, dictionaries and machine-readable dictionaries (MRD), grammar, anaphora resolution, word sense disambiguation (WSD), machine translation (MT), information retrieval (IR), information extraction (IE), document handling, document classification and text classification, text summarization, text mining (TM), plagiarism detection, and spell checking (spelling).

CICLing series was founded in 2000 by Alexander Gelbukh.[2] Almost all CICLing events have been endorsed by the Association for Computational Linguistics.

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