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- 29/7/2013 ALTA 2013 Shared Task
The fourth ALTA shared task concluded with a strong participation
of 50 teams. Thank you to all participants, and congratulations to the
winner team, NLP PhD.
- 9/12/2013 ALTA 2013
The 2013 Australasian Language Technology Association Workshop (ALTA 2013) was held at Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane. ALTA 2013 was held in conjuction with the 18th Australasian Document Computing Symposium 2013 (ADCS 2013).
- 23/4/2013 OzCLO 2013 Competition Results
OzCLO, the Australian Computational and Linguistics Olympiad, has a winner for 2013! The final results are:
|| Qld Academy for Science Mathematics and Technology (Team #312)
|| Alexandra Grant, Laura Boyle, Martyna Judd, and Rebecca Day
|| Murdoch College (Team #143)
|| Western Australia
|| Calvin Rokich, Caleb Thomas, Tomoki Ward, and Lewis Tolonen
|| Sydney Grammar School (Team #28)
|| New South Wales
|| Richard Howe, Edwin Ho, Grant Kynaston, and Asanka Wijetunga
| Top Junior (equal)
|| All Saints Anglican School (Team #243)
|| Alastair Butcher, Nitin Niranjan, Ama Ravirajah, and Matthew Jones
| Canberra Grammar School (Team #218)
|| Brendan Falk, Kevin Jacob, Stephen Melhuish, and Benjamin Mynott
Congratulations to all! For more details about OzCLO,
- 11/4/2013 ALTA 2012 Proceedings now
available from the ACL Anthology
The ALTA 2012 Proceedings are now available from the ACL Anthology.
The ACL Anthology now holds a complete collection of ALTA
proceedings from 2003 to 2012 inclusive.
- 14/9/2012 ALTA 2012 Workshop in Dunedin
The 2012 Australasian Language Technology Workshop (ALTA) was held at the University of Otago in Dunedin, New Zealand on Tuesday 4 December to Thursday 6 December 2012.
The ALTA Workshop was held in conjunction with the Seventeenth Australasian Document Computing Symposium 2012 (ADCS 2012).
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