The 13th Linguistic Annotation Workshop
Co-located with ACL 2019 -- August 2019 -- Florence, Italy
Linguistic annotation of natural language corpora is the backbone of supervised methods for statistical natural language processing. It also provides valuable data for evaluation of both rule-based and supervised systems and can help formalize and study linguistic phenomena.
The LAW provides a forum for presentation and discussion of innovative research on all aspects of linguistic annotation, including creation and evaluation of annotation schemes, methods for automatic and manual annotation, use and evaluation of annotation software and frameworks, representation of linguistic data and annotations, etc.
LAW XI is the annual workshop for the
Special Theme: Marking of information quality in discourse
We encourage submission of papers relating to this year's special theme: marking of information quality in discourse, i.e., annotations that mark how the speaker/writer expresses assessments. These assessments may be explicit and/or implicit in discourse, and may reflect positions, beliefs, opinions, appraisals and/or assessments about written or spoken propositions, for example, how a politician shows in discourse the degree of truthfulness in one of his/her electoral promises, or how a reporter shows his/her degree of belief in what the politician stated. This might include the annotation of devices such as hedges (“Donald claims that the crowd size, if you can really trust him to measure it, was enormous.”), committed belief (“The winners of the contest will be announced tomorrow.“) or attitudes (“It is with great sadness that we have learnt about the death of 6 people in the accident.”).
All submission deadlines are 11:50 p.m. PDT.
April 9, 2019: Please note: the submission deadline is *not* going to be extended.
February 2019: Submission is now open.
December 2018: LAW XIII has been accepted as a workshop co-located with ACL 2019.