Call for papers

We invite substantial, original, and unpublished submissions on all topics related to the production of referring expressions.
Contributions may focus on computational or experimental approaches to reference, with combinations of the two especially appreciated. Note that we particularly welcome new results, but given the purpose of the workshop, papers that present an original overview of previously published work tailored to this workshop may also be acceptable.

Topics of interest include computational and/or experimental approaches to:

Extended abstract submission:
Paper selection will be based on extended abstracts (max 2000 words).
The only accepted format for submitted abstracts is Adobe PDF.
Abstracts should be sent to Kees van Deemter (

Final submission:
Upon acceptance, authors are invited to prepare a 4-6 page paper using the CogSci author kit. Final versions need to be submitted as PDF. Papers will be published in on line proceedings, and the authors retain the copyrights. Final versions of accepted papers should be sent to Kees van Deemter (

Special Issue

We hope to edit a special issue based on the workshop results. More information about this will follow.

If authors have any questions, they should contact the workshop organizers.