Remember to send your LaTeX source files for both the review as well as camera-ready version.
Manuscripts are welcome provided that they have not yet been published elsewhere and that they bring some interesting and new insights contributing to the broad field of computational linguistics in any of its aspects, or of linguistic theory. The submitted articles may be:
The recommended length of long article is 12–30 pages and of short paper is 6–11 pages.
The copyright of papers accepted for publication remains with the author. The editors reserve the right to make editorial revisions but these revisions and changes have to be approved by the author(s). Book reviews and short book notices are also appreciated.
The manuscripts are reviewed by 2 independent reviewers, at least one of them being a member of the international Editorial Board.
Authors receive a printed copy of the relevant issue of the PBML together with the original pdf files.
PBML does not have article processing charges (APCs) nor article submission charges.
We request authors to explicitly refer to data and tools used in the research described. If a tool or a dataset has been developed, extended or modified and used in such a research by the authors, we offer to use the LINDAT/CLARIN repository in order to make such data available and referenceable in a proper way.
Papers made available as preprints (e.g. via arXiv.org) and not published in other conference or workshop proceedings before are acceptable given that this fact is acknowledged in an email to the editors.
PBML is typeset using XeLaTeX. Preferably, submit manuscripts in PBML XeLaTeX style, see below. The templates are available either via package to download or as an overleaf template.
Contributions written in Microsoft Word are accepted only by previous arrangement.
This package contains all PBML style files including a sample PBML_article.tex in a single directory.
Simply modify the sample files and follow the instructions in the included README file to compile your manuscript.
Alternatively, you can use read-only Overleaf Template and create a clone which you can modify.
To clone a template, simply click the "Clone this project" link in a green box at a top of the document editing window. You can then modify the template in a same manner as the package from the previous section.
When submitting manuscripts to firstname.lastname@example.org, please make sure: