PACLIC conference proceedings

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Min-Yen Kan

Mar 19, 2010, 5:11:08 PM3/19/10
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Past conference papers from the Pacific Asia Conference on Language,
Information and Computation (PACLIC) are now also listed and available
through the ACL Anthology. PACLIC has been a long-standing conference
in the computational linguistics area for the Asia-Pacific region,
since its origins with collaborative meetings between Korean and
Japanese NLP/CL teams. Since then, PACLIC has expanded to cover
regional interests, centering on multilingual issues and is now
steered by an international committee of senior researchers from the
region. You can find the papers at:

(Find the PACLIC row under the Other Events listing).

Conference proceedings from 1995 to 2007 are now available. Over 500
new papers are part of this substantial update to the Anthology. These
papers are also already available through the DSpace repository at
Waseda University, Japan.

We would like to thank PACLIC's executive board and officers for their
generous support for the process involved. In particular, PACLIC's
Chu-Ren Huang and Archivist Yasunari Harada who both substantially
aided the ingestion process.

We hope that the ingestion of PACLIC into the ACL Anthology will
benefit will be helpful in your scholarly endeavors.

-- Min-Yen Kan

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