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Journal of Computer-Assisted Linguistic Research (JCLR) is a double-blind peer-reviewed journal that publishes high-quality scientific articles on linguistic studies where computer tools or techniques play a major role. JCLR aims to promote the integration of computers into linguistic research. In particular, articles in JCLR make a clear contribution to research in which software plays a key role to represent and process written or spoken data. Contributions submitted to JCLR must be in English, but we welcome works about the study of any language. Topics of interest include corpus linguistics, computational linguistics, text mining, natural language processing, knowledge representation, discourse analysis, and language-resource construction, among many others.