Computational Linguistics in the Netherlands

Highlights

CLIN meetings

1October 26, 1990OTS Utrecht
2November 29, 1991 CWI Amsterdam
3October 30, 1992ITK Tilburg
4November 25, 1993Alfa-informatica Groningen
5November 23, 1994TU Twente
6December 1, 1995Antwerpen
7November 15, 1996IPO Eindhoven
8December 12, 1997Letteren KUN, Nijmegen
9December 11, 1998CCL Leuven
10December 10, 1999 OTS Utrecht
11November 3, 2000Taal en Informatica, Tilburg
12 November 30, 2001Computer Science, University of Twente
13November 29, 2002Alfa-informatica, University of Groningen
14December 19, 2003Centre for Dutch Language and Speech, University of Antwerp
15December 17, 2004Leiden Centre for LinguisticsAn interview (in Dutch) with the organizers
16December 16, 2005University of Amsterdam
17January 12, 2007 CCL Leuven
18December 7, 2007Radboud University, Nijmegen
19January 22, 2009University of Groningen
20Februari 5, 2010Utrecht University At CLIN 20, a special annual thesis prize, sponsored by STIL, was awarded for the first time.

A set of sheets to celebrate 20 years of CLIN.

21February 11, 2011Hogeschool Gent Presentation of Leonoor van der Beek's book
22January 20, 2012Tilburg University
23January 18, 2013Twente University
24January 17, 2014INL and TST-Centrale, Leiden
25February 5-6, 2015University of Antwerp Included a special 25th anniversary event on February 5, 2015, with conference dinner at the Antwerp Zoo
26December 18, 2015VU (at the CASA400), Amsterdam
27February 10, 2017KU Leuven
28January 26, 2018RU (at Concertgebouw De Vereeniging), Nijmegen
29January 31, 2019 CLCG RuG (at De Oosterpoort), Groningen
30January 30, 2020OTS Utrecht

CLIN Proceedings

For the first 20 meetings of CLIN, a printed volume of selected papers from the CLIN meeting was produced. Some of these volumes are available electronically. As per CLIN 21, a selection of papers of the CLIN meeting will be made available by the new electronic, free, journal Computational Linguistics in the Netherlands Journal. The journal can be accessed via http://www.clinjournal.org.

Thanks to the people in Antwerp, all older CLIN proceedings are now electronically available via the "Proceedings" tab of the CLIN journal website! This is an overview of the proceedings of the first 20 CLIN meetings.

  1. Computational Linguistics in the Netherlands; Papers from the first CLIN-meeting. Ton van der Wouden and Wietske Sijtsma (editors). OTS RUU 1991. The table of contents is here.

    Get a free hard-copy of CLIN-1 by sending an e-mail to g.j.m.van.noord@rug.nl

  2. Computational Linguistics in the Netherlands; Papers from the second CLIN-meeting. Jan van Eijck and Wilfried Meyer Viol (editors). OTS RUU 1992. The table of contents is here.

    Get a free hard-copy of CLIN-2 by sending an e-mail to g.j.m.van.noord@rug.nl

  3. Computational Linguistics in the Netherlands; Papers from the third CLIN Meeting (Tilburg, October 30, 1992). Wietske Sijtsma and Olga Zweekhorst (editors). ITK 1993. The table of contents is here.
  4. CLIN IV: Papers from the Fourth CLIN Meeting (Groningen, November 25 1993). Gosse Bouma and Gertjan van Noord (editors). BCN, RUG. ISBN 90-367-0452-9. These proceedings are electronically available.
  5. CLIN V: Papers from the Fifth CLIN Meeting (Twente, November 23 1994). Toine Andernach, Mark Moll and Anton Nijholt (Editors). Parlevink Research Group, Dept. Computer Science, University of Twente. ISBN 90-75296-03-7. These proceedings are electronically available.
  6. CLIN VI. Papers from the Sixth CLIN Meeting (Antwerpen, December 1, 1995). Edited by Gert Durieux, Walter Daelemans and Steven Gillis. UIA Center for Dutch Language and Speech. ISBN 90-5728-006-X. electronically available.
  7. Computational Linguistics in the Netherlands 1996. Papers from the Seventh CLIN Meeting. Jan Landsbergen, Jan Odijk, Kees van Deemter and Gert Veldhuijzen van Zanten (eds.). IPO, Center for Research on User-System Interaction. ISBN 90-386-1051-3. These proceedings are electronically available.
  8. Computational Linguistics in the Netherlands 1997. Edited by Peter-Arno Coppen, Hans van Halsteren and Lisanne Teunissen. Rodopi, Amsterdam, Atlanta 1998. No 25 of Language and Computers: Studies in Practical Linguistics (edited by Jan Aarts and Willem Meijs). ISBN 90-420-0504-1. More Information
  9. Computational Linguistics in the Netherlands 1998. Edited by Frank van Eynde, Ineke Schuurmans and Ness Schelkens. Rodopi, Amsterdam, Atlanta 1999. No 29 of Language and Computers: Studies in Practical Linguistics (edited by Jan Aarts and Willem Meijs). ISBN 90-420-0599-8. More Information
  10. Computational Linguistics in the Netherlands 1999. Selected Papers form the Tenth CLIN Meeting. Edited by Paola Monachesi. UILOTS Utrecht. These proceedings are electronically available.
  11. Computational Linguistics in the Netherlands 2000. Selected Papers from the Eleventh CLIN Meeting. Edited by Walter Daelemans and Khalil Sima'an and Jorn Veenstra and Jakub Zavrel. Rodopi, Amsterdam, New York 2001. No 37 of Language and Computers: Studies in Practical Linguistics (edited by Jan Aarts and Willem Meijs). ISBN 90-420-1247-1/0-420-1257-9. More Information
  12. Computational Linguistics in the Netherlands 2001. Selected Papers from the Twelfth CLIN Meeting. Edited by Mariet Theune and Anton Nijholt and Hendri Hondorp. Amsterdam, New York 2002. No 45 of Language and Computers: Studies in Practical Linguistics (edited by Jan Aarts and Willem Meijs). ISBN 90-420-0943-8. More Information
  13. Computational Linguistics in the Netherlands 2002. Selected Papers from the Thirteenth CLIN Meeting. Edited by Tanja Gaustad. Amsterdam, New York, NY 2003. No 47 of Language and Computers: Studies in Practical Linguistics (edited by Charles F. Meyer and Nelleke Oostdijk). ISBN 90-420-0943-8. More Information
  14. Computational Linguistics in the Netherlands 2003. Edited by Bart Decadt, Veronique Hoste and Guy de Pauw. Antwerp papers in linguistics 111. University of Antwerp. ISSN 0776-3859. These proceedings are electronically available.
  15. Computational Linguistics in the Netherlands 2004. Selected Papers from the Fifteenth CLIN Meeting. Edited by Ton van der Wouden, Michaela Poss, Hilke Reckman and Crit Cremers. LOT Occasional Series 4, Utrecht 2005. These proceedings are electronically available
  16. CLIN 2005. Proceedings 16th Meeting of Computational Linguistics in the Netherlands. Edited by Khalil Sima'am, Maarten de Rijke, Remko Scha, Rob van Son. These proceedings are electronically available
  17. Computational Linguistics in the Netherlands 2006. Selected papers from the seventeenth CLIN meeting. Edited by Peter Dirix, Ineke Schuurman, Vincent Vandeghinste, Frank van Eynde. LOT Occasional Series 7, Utrecht, 2007. These proceedings are electronically available
  18. Computational Linguistics in the Netherlands 2007: Selected papers from the eighteenth CLIN meeting. Edited by Suzan Verberne, Hans van Halteren, Peter-Arno Coppen. LOT Occasional Series 11, Utrecht, 2009. These proceedings are electronically available
  19. Computational Linguistics in the Netherlands 2009: Selected papers from the nineteenth CLIN meeting. Edited by Barbara Plank, Erik Tjong Kim Sang, Tim van der Cruys. LOT Occasional Series 14, Utrecht, 2010. These proceedings are electronically available
  20. Computational Linguistics in the Netherlands 2010: selected papers from the twentieth CLIN meeting. Edited by Eline Westerhout, Thomas Markus and Paola Monachesi. LOT Occasional Series 16, Utrecht, 2010. These proceedings are electronically available

    As per CLIN 21, selected papers from CLIN are published as volumes of the CLIN Journal.

  21. CLIN Journal, Volume 1. Edited by Els Lefever and Véronique Hoste. Website.
  22. CLIN Journal, Volume 2. Edited by Matje van de Camp, Roser Morante, Martin Reynaert, Menno van Zaanen, Kalliopi Zervanou. Website.
  23. CLIN journal, Volume 3. Edited by Maral Dadvar, Hendri Hondorp, Anton Nijholt, Mariët Theune, Dolf Trieschnigg, Khiet Truong. Website.
  24. CLIN journal, Volume 4. Edited by Frank Landsbergen, Remco van Veenendaal, Michel Boekestein. Website.
  25. CLIN journal, Volume 5. Edited by Ben Verhoeven, Walter Daelemans, Guy de Pauw and Mike Kestemont. Website.
  26. CLIN journal, Volume 6. Edited by Antske Fokkens, Roser Morante and Piek Vossen. Website.
  27. CLIN journal, Volume 7. Edited by Vincent Vandeghinste and Frank Van Eynde. Website.
  28. CLIN journal, Volume 8. Edited by Florian Kunneman, Iris Hendrickx, Merijn Beeksma. Website.
  29. CLIN journal, Volume 9. Edited by Malvina Nissim, Tommaso Caselli, Rik van Noord and Antonio Toral. Website.

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