The Eighth edition of LREC was organized in Istanbul (Turkey) on May 21-27, 2012 and brought together more than 1200 participants from all over the world..
LREC 2012 Proceedings
The Seventh edition of LREC was organized in Valletta (Malta) on May 17-23, 2010. 1246 participants attended the Main conference, the pre- and post-conference workshops and tutorials.
LREC 2010 Proceedings
In 2008, in Marrakech (Morocco), more than 1100 participants coming from 57 countries attended the main conference, 25 workshops and 6 tutorials. 650 papers were presented though oral and poster sessions.
LREC 2008 Proceedings
In 2006, in Genoa (Italy),around 800 participants attended the main conference sessions, some of the workshops and tutorials. 44 countries were represented, most participants coming from Europe . Over 600 participants registered to the pre- and post-conference workshops and tutorials. 540 papers were presented through the oral and poster sessions. 18 satellite workshops and 3 tutorials were organized.
LREC 2006 Proceedings
In 2004, in Lisbon (Portugal), the number of participants increased significantly, from 730 to around 950. Simultaneously, the conference programme got even richer and more various, with over 500 oral and poster papers presented, and 18 satellite workshops.
LREC 2004 Proceedings
In 2002, Las Palmas (Spain) welcomed our conference and during the 3 days of the main conference, 365 papers were presented, out of 460 papers submitted on the whole. As for the pre- and post-conference workshops, 18 were organised, which cover various areas of HLT. These figures show the growing interest of the community in the LREC event. The number of registered participants increased from about 600 to over 730.
LREC 2002 Proceedings
In 2000, on May 30-June 2, the conference was held in Athens (Greece) and the number of papers submitted to this 2nd editionin of the Language Resources and Evaluation Conference (LREC 2000) highlighted that LREC was becoming a major event in the overall area of HLT. 281 papers were presented in 30 sessions throughout the 3 days of the conference. In order to better plan for the delivery of the presentations, the programme committee placed 129 papers in oral sessions and 152 papers in poster sessions, taking into consideration the adequacy of the presentations to the oral versus poster communication mode. Selection criteria for oral and poster presentations were identical to those of the first LREC.
LREC 2000 Proceedings
The first Language Resources and Evaluation Conference (LREC) took place in Granada (Spain) on May 28-30 1998 and attracted more participants than the programme committee ever imagined: over 510 attendees from 325 organisations in 38 countries. The number of accepted papers (about 200) illustrated the large number of issues that were handled in the field. It also proved the significant need to communicate on work carried out world-wide on the topics that are central to the conference.