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1st International Workshop on *Language, Cognition and Computational Models

In conjunction with the 27th International Conference on Computational
Linguistics (COLING 2018
August 20-25, 2018*, S*anta Fe, New Mexico, USA

*Important dates Paper submission due: **May 22, 2018*
*Notification of acceptance: June 22, 2018*

*Camera ready copy due: July 7, 2017*

*Workshop date: August 20, 201*


The goal of this workshop is to bring together researchers working in the
field of linguistics, cognitive science, computer science and those whose
work concerns the intersection of these areas, together and provide a venue
for the multidisciplinary discussion of theoretical and practical research
for computational models of language and cognition. This knowledge does not
only answer one of the primary aspects of cognitive science, but also is
useful for designing better NLP systems based on the understood principles.
The focus centers around recent advances on cognitively motivated
computational models for language representation, organization, processing,
acquisition, comprehension and evolution. Given the lack of large
standardized corpora for this area of research, we are also interested in
developing public data sets for the area and various languages.


*Themes and Topics:*

We welcome papers and/or extended abstracts that investigate cognitively
aware computational models of language comprehension and processing. The
area of interests includes, but not restricted to —

   - Theoretical and Computational Aspects on Language Acquisition,
   Comprehension and Processing
   - Second language Acquisition, Comprehension and Processing
   - Language Comprehension Models for Low Resourced Language
   - Mental Lexicon and its Organization
   - Computational Psycholinguistics
   - Language and Brain
   - Language and Thought
   - Language Evolution
   - Code-mixing
   - Phonetics and Phonology
   - Visual Word recognition
   - Morphology and/or Syntax processing
   - Discourse and Semantics, Pragmatics


Submission Guidelines:

Authors are invited to make original, unpublished submissions that are not
previously published, accepted to be published, or being considered for
publication in any other forum.

Submissions can be either of the two types:

   1. *Regular Research Papers:* These papers should report original
   research results or significant case studies. They should be at most 8
   pages. (Bibliography not included)
   2. *Position Papers: *The short papers will present novel research
   directions or identify challenging problems. They should be at most 4 pages.

All reviews will be double-blind, and submissions must be properly
anonymized. Lack of anonymization may result in rejection without review.
Submissions will receive an “accept” or “reject” decision based on the
version that was submitted.
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