Natural Language Processing Research (NLPR) is an international, peer-reviewed, open access journal covering all disciplines of computational linguistics and natural language processing. The journal provides a platform for original high-quality papers that deepen our understanding of the fundamental questions in these fields. Articles in NLPR are typically (slightly) longer than conference papers and focus on the methodological or theoretical implications of research. As such, the journal particularly welcomes articles that are strong in terms of their methodological set-up and/or grounding in theory. In line with this vision, solid evaluation and analyses of high quality are a minimal requirement for experimental papers, in addition to regular metrics of quality that apply to all papers (position, survey, theoretical and experimental) such as substance, originality and significance of the contribution.
Natural Language Processing Research (NLPR) is particularly interesting for authors who have work in renowned conferences and journals and who:
Research areas covered in the journal include, but are not limited to, the following: