Prospective authors are kindly invited to submit abstract for presentation, poster or workshop.
The Scientific Conference on Computer Linguistics and the Golden Formula of the Croatian Language will be held on September 25 to 26, 2020 in Osijek. The conference has been organized by the Mathematical Department and the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences of Josip Juraj Strossmayer University. The conference will be held in September 2020 due to the COVID-19 disease pandemic, and not in May as originally planned.
The aim of the conference is to bring together dialectologists, Croatian language history researchers, methodologists and computer experts who are researching the interconnectedness of Croatian dialects at all language levels and the contrasting approach to teaching them in schools. The wish is to present the Golden Formula of Croatian language (ča-kaj-što) via a syntactic-semantic web framework that already exists for standard Croatian.
From the TV show Good Morning Croatia from March 2, 2020.
The conference will examine:
- the phonology, morphology and vocabulary of each of the three dialects
- history of the Croatian language
- dialectological topics in Croatian language teaching
- corpus lexicography and lexicology
- difficulties in digitizing and maintaining the corpus and vocabulary online
- computer linguistics in linguistic integration
- Sanja Zubčić, Full Professor (FFRI) – Chakavian
- Đuro Blažeka, Full Professor (UFZG) – Kajkavian
- Željko Jozić, Full Professor (IHJJ) - Stokavian
Prospective authors are kindly invited to submit abstract for presentation, poster or workshop until March 15, 2020.
IMPORTANT: Call time extends until July 15, 2020.
Instructions in writing and submitting an abstract:
- The abstract for presentation, poster or workshop shell be submitted via EasyChair no later than July 15, 2020.
- Maximum of one (1) sole author and one (1) co-authored project per person. We accept both in-progress and completed research.
- The abstract shall be written in Croatian and (translated) in English language (after they have been accepted). Abstracts (title, keywords, contents) should not exceed 2.200 characters (including spaces) in length. Characters from (no more then 5) references (literature) are excluded from this count. The abstract should present the purpose of the research, the relevance of the problem, the literature review, the methods and the main findings. Three (3) to five (5) keywords should be included.
- Abstracts will be subject to review by a scientific committee. We use a double-blind peer review procedure. Please do not include author information or affiliations in your abstract. Please remove metadata (author name or other information that might identify you) from the PDF.
- Acceptance/rejection decisions will be communicated via email by August 1, 2020.
- After the abstract has been accepted, it is necessary to write down the names of the authors / co-authors who are not mentioned in the first submission and to translate abstract into English.
- A bilingual book of abstracts from the Conference will be published (as a PDF document) by the start of the Conference.