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Print: ISSN 2221-7932
Online: ISSN 2075-7182
Conference Proceedings “Computational Linguistics and Intellectual Technologies” (“Komp'juternaja lingvistika i intellektual'nye tehnologii”) consists of selected papers, accepted based on the review of presentations at the Dialogue annual conference (see the Publication Ethics).
The Editorial Board believes that the Dialogue conference and its proceedings will draw attention to achievements and problems in the development of computational linguistics and it is for this reason that the speakers and contributors include both Russian researchers and world leading figures in computational linguistics.
In accordance with the traditions of Dialogue, Russia’s oldest and largest conference on computational linguistics, the selection of papers is based on the concept of the importance of the connection of new engineering methods and linguistic analysis technologies with the results of serious linguistic research.
In particular, the conference invites papers belonging to all key NLP disciplines, including information retrieval and information search, data mining, machine translation, speech recognition and synthesis, computational lexicography, as well as work in lexical semantics, theoretical and formal syntax, and the theory of communication.
The working languages of Dialogue are Russian and English. When submitting your paper, please consider the following:
- Scopus requires that all papers on computational linguistics be submitted in English. This serves to expand their audience and helps to attract international specialists for their review;
- Papers on the linguistic analysis of Russian that require knowledge of Russian are to be submitted in Russian and should include an extended summary in English.