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ACL Anthology Reference Corpus
The ACL Anthology Reference Corpus (ACL ARC) is a text corpus consisting of conference and journal papers in natural language processing and computational linguistics. The corpus was prepared from papers of the ACL Anthology, up to February 2007, containing 10,921 articles.
The abbreviation ACL refers to The Association for Computational Linguistics, international scientific and professional society for people working on computational linguistics or natural language processing (NLP). The association was founded in 1962, see more information at https://www.aclweb.org/
trends– diachronic analysis automatically identifies neologisms and changes in use
Bird, S., Dale, R., Dorr, B. J., Gibson, B. R., Joseph, M. T., Kan, M. Y., … & Tan, Y. F. (2008, May). The ACL Anthology Reference Corpus: A Reference Dataset for Bibliographic Research in Computational Linguistics. In LREC.
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