|Workshop on Language Technology applied to Biomedical and Health Documents (BioSEPLN2010)|
Taller en SEPLN 2010
6 de septiembre, 2010, Valencia, España
Fecha límite envío de contribuciones: 17 de Junio de 2010
In the last decade, language technology has received an increasing interest as suitable solution to retrieval and analyse the huge volume of published documents in biological domain. Recently, medical domain also benefit from the application of such technology. The workshop is intended to provide a forum for discussing the latest advances of language technology applied to biological and medical domains. The workshop aims to provide a broad view on the shortcomings of current existing techniques, tools, or resources as well as emergent applications concerning accessing scientific publications and health general interest documents with special attention to non English documents.
Topics of interest
Authors are invited to submit original papers addressing any of the following key topics but not limited to:
Each contribution must be prepared following the format provided on the conference web site: (http://www.sepln.org/revistaSEPLN/Instrevista.php?lang=en), and should not exceed the length of 5 pages (extended versions will be required to publish proceedings after workshop); the authors may use LaTeX or Microsoft Word templates when preparing their drafts. The papers should be submitted electronically before the paper submission deadline using EasyChair online submission system. All submissions will be double-blind peer-reviewed by two reviewers. The initial manuscript submission should not include acknowledgements, authors' names or their affiliations. The program committee will be responsible for the final decision about acceptance of papers submitted to the workshop. All accepted papers will be included in the workshop working notes but extended/revised versions of contributions will be ellectronically published as CEUR workshop proceedings (http://CEUR-WS.org). At least one author must be registered at the workshop for each accepted paper.