The International Journal of Computational Linguistics (IJCL) publishes original research papers that deal with natural language from the computational prospects. The journal is a recognized international publication and covers all areas of computational linguistics including computational models, computational theories, corpus linguistics, information retrieval & extraction and machine translation.
The journal covers both the original research papers and industrial experience-analysis studies and reports with a view to help the researchers and scientists both in theoretical research and experimental results made by other researchers and scientists in the field of computational linguistics. For this purpose, IJCL mainly targets linguistic researchers, scientists, professionals and students to propagate linguistic information and to learn and make new developments in linguistic theories and applications.
To benefit its target audience, International Journal of Computational Linguistics (IJCL) promulgates research papers that communicate state-of-the-art techniques relevant to computational linguistics in the field of quantitative linguistics, speech analysis/synthesis, speech recognition and web information extraction & mining. The journal also provides a forum for the researchers and scientists to exchange their ideas, interests and contribute to researches made in the field of linguistics.
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