### Submission of full papers

Authors are invited to submit an original paper of maximally 12 pages by October 5, 2006. Files should be prepared with LaTeX and initial submission should be in pdf format. (For accepted papers we will eventually need the LaTeX source code for preparing the proceedings.) The page limit presupposes the standard 11 point Computer Modern font and default LaTeX formatting. All full papers will be refereed by the programme committee.

Accepted papers will appear in the proceedings and we aim at publishing a selection of accepted papers in book form.

Submit your pdf file to the online submission system. To mark that your submission is a full paper, add "(FP)" to the title that you register. There is no need to suppress author information for reviewing purposes.

### Submission of short papers

Authors are invited to submit an original paper of maximally 4 pages by November 1, 2006. Files should be prepared with LaTeX and initial submission should be in pdf format. (For accepted short papers we will eventually need the LaTeX source code.) The page limit presupposes the standard 11 point Computer Modern font and default LaTeX formatting.

Accepted short papers will appear in the proceedings and will have a flash 3 minutes presentation at the workshop. Authors of short papers are also invited to put up a poster and to participate in a poster session.

Submit the pdf file of your short paper to the online submission system. To mark that your submission is a short paper, add "(SP)" to the title that you register. There is no need to suppress author information for reviewing purposes.

### Submission of project abstracts

Authors are invited to submit a 3 page description of a research project that is ongoing, recently completed, or just starting. The description should be prepared with LaTeX (11 point Computer Modern, default formatting).

Project abstracts will appear in the proceedings and will be presented in poster sessions.

Submit the pdf file of your project abstract to the online submission system. To mark that your submission is a project abstract, add "(PA)" to the title that you register. There is no need to suppress author information for reviewing purposes.

### Final Papers

If your paper or abstract is accepted then please send us the LaTeX source of its final version before 22 November. Please make sure that your code gives a clean LaTeX run without any overfull boxes (up to 3pts is acceptable). Also make sure that we get all files necessary for compiling. Some guidelines for preparing your code are given below, but the main thing is that it should be free of any elaborate LaTeX hacking.

### Poster Format

The maximum size of a poster is 1 meter wide and 1.20 meter high. There are no further constrictions on poster design.

### Further guidelines

Since we will use the LaTeX source code of accepted papers and abstracts for producing the proceedings, please help us with the following to keep things technically compatible and also to obtain a minimum of uniformity throughout the collection:

• Please put all linguistic examples in the \enumsentence and \eenumsentence environments of Emma Pease's lingmacros.sty. Please do not use any other example environment. The lingmacros.sty style file is documented in lingmacros-manual.tex.
• Do not use any LaTeX commands that change the default font or default format of your document. So, please do not change \textwidth, \textheight, or \baselineskip, for example. Also, refrain from using style files that change default lengths, such as a4.sty.
• Keep the number of style files you are using to an absolute minimum and, preferably, in addition to lingmacros.sty use only style files that come with the standard LaTeX distribution. In that way the chance that style files of different authors turn out incompatible is diminished.
• Please prefix your initials to all macros you define. This will diminish the chance of conflicting macros. In order to keep your code legible, use as few macros as you possibly can. It is often a good idea to simply expand macros.
• Make sure that your files only contain `low-ascii' characters and that any diacritics you need are introduced using explicit LaTeX commands. This is relevant if your native language contains diacritics and your local TeX system allows you to use higher ascii for them.
• It would be helpful if you could prepare your bibliography using BiBTeX and if you could send us your .bib file.

Thanks!