The topics of this workshop include both technical aspects, applications,
and uses of systems and frameworks for computational morphology. While
purely theoretical submissions may be relevant, the focus of the workshop
is clearly on actual, working systems and prototypes.
The workshop will mainly focus on German, but contributions
for other languages are encouraged in order to demonstrate open-source
tools and runtime software for full-scale morphologies. Topics include, but
are not limited to:
- Frameworks for developing morphological components.
- Open-source tools and resources for morphology.
- Descriptions of systems for analyzing and generating wordforms,
especially for German.
- Suitability of morphological components for interactive use.
- Use cases for morphological analysis and generation in applications.
- Reports on actual uses of morphological analysis and generation in
- Methods and criteria for evaluating morphologic
components with respect to performance, quality, and coverage.
- Software engineering aspects: APIs, robustness, performance,
hardware/software requirements, resource usage.
- License models and legal aspects.
There will be opportunities for demonstrating systems.