Cognitive Modeling and Computational Linguistics

"Build[ing] models of language that reflect in some interesting way, on the ways in which people use language." (M. Kay)

A Workshop at ACL 2011, in Portland, Oregon.

Important Dates

Call for Papers

This workshop provides a venue for work in computational psycholinguistics. Call for Papers.

Submissions are closed. Look at your paper here.

There will be a Best Student Paper prize, sponsored by the Cognitive Science Society.

Call for Participation

Schedule and Proceedings

Best Student Paper Award

This year's Best Student Paper award goes to John Pate and Sharon Goldwater, Unsupervised Syntactic Chunking with Acoustic Cues: Computational Models for Prosodic Bootstrapping.
Honorable mention: Dave Kleinschmidt and T. Florian Jaeger, A Bayesian Belief Updating Model of Phonetic Recalibration and Selective Adaptation.

Special Issue of TopiCS

Following the past two CMCL workshops, a special issue of TopiCS is in preparation. Please see the call for papers.

Organizers

Frank Keller, University of Edinburgh: keller@inf.ed.ac.uk
David Reitter, Carnegie Mellon University: reitter@cmu.edu

Previous CMCL Workshop

CMCL ACL 2010, organized by John Hale. Proceedings.