Thanks to the wonderful efforts by all area chairs, here are the classic computational linguistics papers nominated so far for the Test-of-Time Paper Award. The paper links are added now. If you are one of the 1000 productive authors, we will ask you to vote soon! Note on paper #18: this great paper by Amanda … More Test-of-Time Paper Nominations, or, Classic Computational Linguistics Papers!
We received 425 short paper submissions (excluding withdrawn submissions). In total we received 392 more papers than NAACL-HLT2016. We make sure each area chair gets a light meta-review load, usually < 15 long+short papers which match the chair’s expertise. Each reviewer gets <=3 papers across all long and short tracks so everyone will have time … More Short Paper Submissions
Author: Omer Levy (University of Washington) PC Chair Note: Omer is an outstanding reviewer and author, one of my favorite rising stars. -Heng Writing reviews is a time-consuming task, and it can be tempting to get it over quickly or view it as one of the thankless chores of academia. However, it’s also a rare … More With Great Power Comes Great Responsibility
Author: Gemma Boleda (Universitat Pompeu Fabra) PC Chair Note: Gemma was an outstanding reviewer in 2016. We are very grateful for her nice advice! One thing I do, when needed, is to give feedback about the write-up of the article. This ranges from the very basic “please help the reader follow your work by … More Reviewing Advice by Gemma Boleda
We have assigned 826 reviewers to review the NAACL HLT 2018 long paper submissions. (As a reminder, long paper reviews are due by January 24th.) Here’s how we did it: If you filled out our survey (or otherwise communicated your area preferences) then we assigned you to your areas of preferences, to make it easier … More Long Paper Reviewing Notes