The aim of the journal is to unite the efforts of linguists and computer
in studying natural language using precise methods.
The journal contains articles on original completed research,
reviews, short notes about current research work and information on scientific events.
The journal has the following divisions:
The FCCL is published only on Web and it is available free via Internet.
To submit a paper to our journal please use Submission form.
Currently papers in English and Russian are admitted. English is preferable. In both cases a paper must contain an abstract typed in English where you should specify information about the paper, the author(s) and keywords.
A paper can be presented in one of the following formats:
HTML format is preferable since admitted papers in HTML format will be published as a
WWW page linked to the home page of FCCL, other papers will be available to readers as ftp
resources. Electronic references (if any) must conform to URL format. Any pictures
included with HTML must be supplied as JPEG (.JPG) or .GIF files. HTML documents can also
include JAVA applications.
Special symbols must be explicitly specified rather than encoded in a national codepage. For example, in HTML document use sequence β to present β greek beta, Ü to present Ü.
Papers in Russian must be typed in Russian codepage 1251 (cyrillic codepage for Windows)
If you would like to send us any remarks or information, please, use Comments Form
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The «Web Journal of Formal, Computational & Cognitive Linguistics» accepts papers on the following (but not only) topics:
Dr. Valery Solovyev
Kazan University, Russia
Professor Noam Chomsky
Dr. Vladimir Polyakov
Currently the Web Journal of Formal,Computational & Cognitive Linguitics is
available only via Internet as a WWW resource.
Please, contact editor if you are interested to receive complete CD-ROM copy of the journal.
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subscribers are requested to apply the principles of fair-use to the works published.
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