Paper submission

Paper submissions for the GRAMM&LEX workshop will be handled by the START system. Before submitting your paper, please ensure you have read the instructions below and that your paper uses the prescribed style files. To submit your work, please use the submission page at the following address: For GRAMM&LEX 2016, there will be one category of research papers only, regardless of whether presented as a talk or a poster. All of the accepted submissions will be included in workshop proceedings, in electronic form only. The maximum submission length is 8 pages (A4), plus 2 pages of references.

Authors can indicate their preference for presentation mode (i.e. oral or poster presentation) in the submission form, and the reviewers will recommend an appropriate mode of presentation to the program committee which will then decide. There will be no distinction in the proceedings between research papers presented orally vs. as posters.

Papers shall be submitted in English, anonymized with regard to the authors and/or their institution (no author-identifying information on the title page nor anywhere in the paper), including referencing style as usual. Authors should also ensure that identifying meta-information is removed from files submitted for review. Reviewing of papers will be blind, and each paper will be reviewed by three reviewers.

Papers must conform to official COLING 2016 style guidelines, which are available in has LATEX files, Microsoft Word template file, and sample PDF file. Submission and reviewing will be managed online by the START system. The only accepted format for submitted papers is unsigned, fully self-contained PDF (with fonts etc. included). Submissions must be uploaded on the START system ( by the submission deadline (September 25th October 1st, 11:59pm GMT-12, see Important dates); submissions after that time will not be reviewed. To minimize network congestion, we request authors to upload their submissions as early as possible.

Submissions will be judged on several factors, including originality, technical strength, technical soundness, significance, relevance to the workshop, alignment with the workshop aims and clarity.


Papers being submitted to other conferences or workshops can be submitted in parallel to GRAMM&LEX, on condition that submissions at other conferences or workshops will be withdrawn if the paper is accepted for GRAMM&LEX. Authors must clearly indicate, on the title page during submission, the names of the other conferences or workshops to which the paper is being submitted and declare that they will withdraw these other submissions if the paper is accepted for GRAMM&LEX 2016.

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