Submission of full papers closes on: 31st March 2022
Acceptance notification for full papers: 31st May 2022
Camera Ready copy: 30th Sept 2022
Proceedings for Publication: 30th Nov 2022
Due to Pandemic, the event is postponed from Jan 2021 to Jan 2022 to Jan 2023.
During 2020-21 we received a good number of submissions, and the review process was also over. In order to disseminate the research, we decided to schedule in online meet during 11-12 Jan, 2022. During this meet, a seletced papers from the submissions in response to the earlier calls would be presented. The programme schedule is available here.
Further, for the Jan 2023 event, we invite submissions.
Special CALL for FULL PAPERS
Section 19, Computational Sanskrit and Digital Humanities
18th World Sanskrit Conference
Convenors: Gérard Huet, Amba Kulkarni and Ian McCrabb
Revised Important Dates are:
Venue: The Australian National University, Canberra, Australia
FULL papers are invited on original and unpublished research on various aspects of Computational Linguistics and Digital Humanities related to Sanskrit (Classical and Vedic), Prakrit, Pali, Buddhist Hybrid Sanskrit, etc. Accepted papers are to be published online under ACL anthology in advance of the WSC meetings in January 2022, or soon thereafter.
Scholars interested in participating in Section 19
(Computational Sanskrit and Digital Humanities) should submit their FULL papers by email to firstname.lastname@example.org with a copy to email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org with "Computational Sanskrit and Digital Humanities NEW SUBMISSION" in the subject line.
It is possible that some of you may have advanced your work further and would like to revise your submission. If you would like to do this please email your submission to: email@example.com
These manuscript submissions will be reviewed by members of the Programme Committee of the section. To prepare your manuscript for submission and to procure the relevant LaTeX style files, you may download the WSC2021 Section 19 Support Package and follow the additional instructions given on the WSC2021 Section 19 Website (http://www.wsc2021.com.au/computational-and-digital-humanities/).
The deadline for submitting papers for consideration is March 31, 2022.
The areas of interest for this section include, but are not limited to:
- Computational linguistics:
- Digital lexicons, thesauri and wordnets
- Computational phonology and morphology
- Syntactic analysis
- Prose order normalisation
- Structural semantics
- Machine Translation
- Automatic analysis of Sanskrit corpus
- Machine Learning approaches to computational processing
- Navya Nyāya technical language processing and semantic analysis
- Information extraction
- Shāstric Sanskrit texts and computation
- Computer modeling and simulation of Paninian and other traditional grammars
- Theories of Śābdabodha and Sanskrit computational processing
Sanskrit digital libraries management:
- Tools for acquisition and maintenance of Sanskrit digital corpus
- Library crawlers or search tools in Sanskrit corpus
- Incorporation of grammatical information in Sanskrit corpus
- Automated tools for evaluation of Sanskrit poetry, e.g., meter recognition/verification, alaṃkāra identification, śleṣa analysis
- Software tools for phylogenic studies, intertextuality management, establishment of critical editions, and other philological applications
- Stylometry and authorship attribution
- OCR recognition of ancient Indian scripts
- Digital cataloguing of manuscripts
- Digital font creation, rendering of phonetic features, etc.
- Misc computer applications relevant to Sanskrit:
- Software tools for teaching Sanskrit
- Sanskrit speech recognition and synthesis
- Social media applications for Sanskrit dissemination
- Amba Kulkarni (University of Hyderabad)
- Oliver Hellwig (University of Zurich)
More information about Section 19, Computational Linguistics and Digital Humanities, as well as specific package to help you prepare your full papers, can be found on the WSC2021 Section 19 Website.
The instructions for typesetting and the latex style files are available here for download.
- Ivan Andrijanić (University of Zagreb)
- Stefan Baums (University of Munich)
- Arnab Bhattacharya (IIT Kanpur)
- Brendan Gillon (McGill University)
- Pawan Goyal (IIT Kharagpur)
- Malhar Kulkarni (IIT Bombay)
- Dhaval Patel (Ahmedabad)
- Wiebke Petersen (University of Düsseldorf)
- Pavan Kumar Satuluri (Chinmaya Vishwavidyapeeth, Veliyanad)
- Sai Susarla (MIT, Pune)
- Peter Scharf (IIIT Hyderabad)
- Srinivasa Varakhedi (KKSU, Ramtek)
The Proceedings of this section would be published by ACL and will be included in the ACL Anthology.
Gérard Huet, Amba Kulkarni and Ian McCrabb