Second Workshop on Computational Linguistics and Writing (CL&W 2012):
Linguistic and Cognitive Aspects of
Document Creation and Document Engineering
CL&W 2012

CL&W 2012

News: The workshop took place in Avignon on April 23, 2012, and was a full success. The workshop proceedings are published in the ACL Anthology and are freely available. The slides for the talks are available from the Program page.

Post-Workshop Information

We would like to thank the authors, our program committee, and the workshop attendees for helping make CL&W 2012 a success. Slides for the talks can be downloaded from the Program page. The papers can be found in the workshop proceedings published in the ACL Anthology.

Workshop Description

The Workshop on Computational Linguistics and Writing (CL&W 2012) aims to provide an overview of current developments in the area of computational linguistics for authoring aids, and an overview of recent advances in writing research. We are interested in research that explores writing processes, text production, and document engineering principles as well as actual working systems that support writers in one or more aspects when producing a document. With CL&W we aim to bring together researchers from related communities, to stimulate discussion and cooperation between areas of research.

The first CL&W workshop, CL&W 2010, held at NAACL 2010 in Los Angeles, was very successful and offered researchers from different but related disciplines a platform for sharing findings and ideas. We will continue this in 2012.

See the Call for Papers and the list of topics for more information. 

The workshop takes place on April 23, 2012 at EACL 2012 in Avignon, France.  See the local information page for more information about the venue.