This year’s CMCL was again a great success thanks to the quality of the work presented, dedication of our program committee, and overall enthusiasm of everyone involved.
A special thanks to Andy Kehler and Mark Steedman for their stimulating invited talks.
Congratulations as well to Bill Noble and Raquel Fernandez whose paper
Centre Stage: How Social Network Position Shapes Linguistic Coordination won the Best Student Paper award.
Thanks again to all authors and participants, to the program committee, to the Association for Computational Linguistics for its organizational support of the workshop, and to the Ohio State University Center for Cognitive and Brain Sciences and the Ohio State University Department of Linguistics for their financial support. We look forward to seeing you all at CMCL 2016!
Revised versions of accepted papers should follow the NAACL 2015 guidelines and be no longer than 9 pages with 2 pages for references. Camera-ready papers are due April 3rd.
The submission deadline for CMCL 2015 has been extended to Sunday, March 8th.
Welcome to Cognitive Modeling and Computational Linguistics (CMCL) 2015, a one-day workshop to be held in conjunction with the Conference of the North American Chapter of the Association for Computational Linguistics – Human Language Technologies (NAACL-HLT 2015), taking place Thursday, June 4th in Denver, Colorado, USA.. This workshop provides a venue for work in computational psycholinguistics: computational and mathematical modeling of linguistic representation, development, and processing. We are inviting contributions that apply methods from computational linguistics to problems in the cognitive modeling of any and all natural language abilities.