Tuesday, 1 August – Detailed Sessions

Sessions on Monday and Tuesday are divided into five parallel tracks, following certain areas.  Where possible, (deep) neural network papers have been aggregated together. 26 June – Physical venues have been assigned to tracks and have been updated here. 19 June – We now have certain session chairs assigned from the area chair pool.  They are […]

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Monday, 31 July – Detailed Sessions

Sessions on Monday and Tuesday are divided into five parallel tracks, following certain areas.  Where possible, (deep) neural network papers have been aggregated together. 26 June – Physical venues have been assigned to tracks and have been updated here. 19 June – We now have certain session chairs assigned from the area chair pool.  They are […]

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ACL 2017 Program at a Glance

Dear all, Thank you for your patience as we were assembling the conference program.  With the kind help of the general chair, area chairs and the chairs of the student research workshop and the demonstration chairs, we are happy to publish the preliminary version of the program for ACL 2017.  Authors should hear from the […]

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Help us find the best invited speakers!

Dear readers: In keeping with our theme of soliciting your help with key conference decisions and personnel, we’d like to invite all readers of the blog to participate in science-sourcing whom we should invite as guest speakers for ACL 2017. In keeping with tradition, we plan to invite two speakers: one “internal” to our community […]

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Accepted Papers, Demonstrations and TACL Articles for ACL 2017

The below lists the accepted long and short papers as well as software demonstrations for ACL 2017, in no particular order.  Congratulations, authors! Accepted Long Papers Biomedical Enriching Complex Networks with Word Embeddings for Detecting Mild Cognitive Impairment from Speech Transcripts Authors: Leandro Santos, Edilson Anselmo Corrêa Júnior, Osvaldo Oliveira Jr, Diego Amancio, Letícia Mansur […]

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Author Response: Does it help?

Does the author response make any difference? Well, we won’t be able to give a definitive answer to this, but in our empirical drive to run an evidence-based programme committee chairing, we have downloaded the review data at different time points from our conference management software, to seek data that could answer this question as […]

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Conversing or Presenting: Poster or Oral?

Dear Area Chairs, Readers: In addition to recommending preliminary accept/reject decisions, we had asked you to recommend submissions for either an oral or a poster format.  While ACL recognises both formats as equally prestigious, but the question of what type of work is best suited for oral or poster presentation is important to discuss.  Rather […]

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