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  ACL   200 7 PRAGUE The Association for Computational Linguistics ACL 2007 The LAWProceedings of The Linguistic Annotation Workshop June 28-29, 2007Prague, Czech Republic  Production and Manufacturing by Omnipress2600 Anderson Street  Madison, WI 53704USA c  2007 Association for Computational LinguisticsOrder copies of this and other ACL proceedings from:Association for Computational Linguistics (ACL)209 N. Eighth StreetStroudsburg, PA 18360USATel: +1-570-476-8006Fax: +1-570-476-0860 ii  Preface Welcome to The Linguistic Annotation Workshop (The LAW).Linguistically annotated corpora play a major role in parsing, information extraction, question answering,machine translation and many other areas of computational linguistics, and provide an empirical testbedfor theoretical linguistics research. This has led to a proliferation of annotation systems, frameworks,formats, and schemes. Recognition of the need to harmonize annotation practices and frameworks hasbecome increasingly critical, as witnessed by numerous workshops dealing with different aspects of linguistic annotation over the past few years.The LAW addresses all aspects of linguistic annotation in a single forum by merging two existingworkshop series: NLPXML (Natural Language Processing and XML) and FLAC (Frontiers inLinguistically Annotated Corpora). The goals of the workshop include:1. The exchange and propagation of research results with respect to the annotation, manipulation andexploitation of corpora, taking into account different applications and theoretical investigations inthe field of language technology and research;2. Working towards harmonization and interoperability from the perspective of the increasingly largenumber of tools and frameworks that support the creation, instantiation, manipulation, querying,and exploitation of annotated resources;3. Working towards a consensus on all issues crucial to the advancement of the field of corpusannotation.These proceedings include 11 long papers, 5 short papers, 4 demo descriptions and 8 posters selectedby the program committee from 51 submissions for presentation at the workshop. In addition to thesepresentations, the workshop includes demonstrations of annotation tools, reports by working groups, andan open discussion session.We would like to thank the members of the program committee for their timely reviews. We also thank theWorkshops Chair and other organizers of ACL-2007 for their support. Finally, we congratulate AdrianeBoyd, the winner of the Innovative Student Annotation Award for the paper Discontinuity Revisited: An Improved Conversion to Context-Free Representations .Branimir BoguraevNancy IdeAdam MeyersShigeko NariyamaManfred StedeJanyce WiebeGraham Wilcock  iii  Organizers Workshop Chairs Branimir Boguraev, IBM T. J. Watson Research CenterNancy Ide, Vassar CollegeAdam Meyers, New York UniversityShigeko Nariyama, University of MelbourneManfred Stede, University of PotsdamJanyce Wiebe, University of PittsburghGraham Wilcock, University of Helsinki Program Committee David Ahn, University of AmsterdamLars Ahrenberg, Link ¨oping UniversityTimothy Baldwin, University of MelbourneFrancis Bond, NICTKalina Bontcheva, University of SheffieldPaul Buitelaar, DFKIJean Carletta, University of EdinburghKey-Sun Choi, KAISTChristopher Cieri, Linguistic Data Consortium/University of PennsylvaniaHamish Cunningham, University of SheffieldDavid Day, MITRE CorporationThierry Declerck, DFKILudovic Denoyer, LIP6 - University of Paris 6Tomaz Erjavec, Jozef Stefan InstituteDavid Farwell, New Mexico State UniversityAlex Chengyu Fang, City University of Hong KongChuck Fillmore, International Computer Science Institute, BerkeleyAnette Frank, DFKIJohn Fry, San Jose State UniversityClaire Grover, University of EdinburghJan Hajic, Charles UniversityEd Hovy, University of Southern CaliforniaBaden Hughes, University of MelbourneEmi Izumi, NICTTsai Jia-Lin, Tung Nan Institute of TechnologyAravind Joshi, University of PennsylvaniaEwan Klein, University of EdinburghMounia Lalmas, University of LondonMike Maxwell, University of MarylandChieko Nakabasami, Toyo UniversityStephan Oepen, University of OsloKyonghee Paik, KLI v
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