All submissions should be uploaded electronically through the Easychair platform:


The conference uses the single-column CEUR-ART style template available at

Overleaf / Latex template:

  • After clicking the link choose “copy project” in the Overleaf menu. You need to be registered and logged in to Overleaf in order to be able to do that. The page lengths below refer to the CEUR-ART template. We accept only full-length research papers of 5 to 8 pages including references, with a possibility to add another page for camera-ready version (Additionally, appendixes of up to three pages are allowed too). Abstract submission is not required.


All of the papers accepted for the conference will be published in an E-Proceedings Book with an ISBN number at the CEUR Workshop Proceedings ( Following the peer review process, selected full texts will be considered for publication in one of the following scientific journals after the journal’s review process.

  • Informatica: An International Journal of Computing and Informatics as a Special issue
  • Organizacija: Authors of selected papers dealing with organizational and managerial aspects of language technologies and information systems will be proposed to submit extended versions of their papers for publication in the journal Organizacija. Such papers will undergo a regular review process.
  • Slovenščina 2.0: empirical, applied, and interdisciplinary research, regular issue.

The organizers are negotiating with the journals that will publish the best papers from the conference on linguistic topics.


Maksud Sharipov and Ollabergan YuldashovUzbekStemmer: Development of a Rule Based Stemming Algorithm for Uzbek Language
Sabrina Tiun, Siti Noor Allia Noor Ariffin and Yee Dhong ChewPos tagging model for Malay tweet using new pos tagset and BiLTSM-CRF approach
Salih Furkan Akkurt, Büşra Marşan and Susan UskudarliBoAT v2 – A Web-Based Dependency Annotation Tool with Focus on Agglutinative Languages
Sanatbek Matlatipov, Hulkar Rahimboeva, Jaloliddin Rajabov and Elmurod KuriyozovUzbek Sentiment Analysis based on local Restaurant Reviews
Yiğit Bekir Kaya and A. Cüneyd TantuğFinding the Optimal Vocabulary Size for Turkish Named Entity Recognition
Büşra Marşan, Salih Furkan Akkurt, Muhammet Şen, Merve Gürbüz, Şaziye Betül Özateş, Suzan Üsküdarlı, Arzucan Özgür, Tunga Güngör and Balkız ÖztürkEnhancements to the BOUN Treebank Reflecting the Agglutinative Nature of Turkish
Ulugbek Salaev, Elmurod Kuriyozov and Carlos Gómez-RodríguezA machine transliteration tool between Uzbek alphabets
Mücahit Altıntaş and A. Cüneyd TantuğBoosting Dependency Parsing Performance by Incorporating Additional Features for Agglutinative Languages
Kausthub Thekke Madathil, Neeraj Mirji, Charan R and Anand Kumar MFake News Detection for Hindi Language
Chih-Chen Chen and William ChenBenchmarking Azerbaijani Neural Machine Translation
Arup Das, Bibekananda Kundu, Lokasis Ghorai, Arjun Kumar Gupta and Sutanu ChakrabortiAnwesha: A Tool for Semantic Search in Bangla
Valeria Generalova and Simon PetitjeanA metagrammar of causatives in morphologically rich languages
Karahan Şahin and Ümit AtlamazTransMorpher: A Phonologically Informed Transformer-based Morphological Analyzer
Maksud Sharipov and Ogabek SobirovDevelopment of a rule-based lemmatization algorithm through Finite State Machine for Uzbek language
Deniz Zeyrek and Mustafa Erolcan ErA description of Turkish Discourse Bank 1.2 and an examination of common dependencies in Turkish discourse
Sead Jahić and Jernej VičičAnnotated lexicon for sentiment analysis in Bosnian language
Khabibulla Madatov, Shukurla Bekchanov and Jernej VičičAccuracy of the Uzbek stop words detection: a case study on “School corpus”
Jamolbek Mattiev, Maksud Sharipov, Jasur Sobirov and Rustam BaltayevCreating a morphological and syntactic tagged corpus for the Uzbek language


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