About the Journal

The Italian Journal of Computational Linguistics is intended to meet the need for a national and international forum for the dissemination of high-level original research in the field of computational linguistics, with particular emphasis on the processing of Italian.

IJCoL intends to cover a broad spectrum of topics related to natural language and computation tackled from different perspectives, including but not limited to: natural language and speech processing, machine language learning, computational modelling of language, computational modelling of language variation, language knowledge acquisition, corpus development and annotation, humanities computing up to more applicative perspectives such as information extraction, ontology learning, summarization, machine translation, computational modelling in the neuroscience of language.

A central aim of the journal is to provide a channel of communication among researchers from a variety of points of view, by bridging the gap between the results emerging in the different areas of automatic language processing with other disciplines ranging from theoretical or descriptive linguistics, cognitive psychology, philosophy, philology, to neuroscience and computer science.

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