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LaTeX Style Files
Articles appearing in Computational
Linguistics are typeset using LaTeX.
As such, a submitted paper must be formatted using LaTeX.
The LaTeX style files used for the journal undergo
periodic updates, so make sure you download from the following links,
which will always point to the most recent versions:
- clv3.cls: this is the most recent version
of the CL LaTeX macros, provided by the typesetter;
by using these macros, you should get your paper looking close to the form
in which it would appear in the journal [last updated 2022-02-28].
- COLI-manual3.pdf: this
document, set using clv3.cls, provides instructions on how to use the
style file [last updated 2022-06-21].
- COLI-manual3.tex: this is the
LaTeX source file for the above style file manual [last updated 2022-06-21]
- COLI-template.pdf: this demonstrates the various elements of a CL article.
this contains the style file for setting your
citations and references. Please refer to COLI-manual3.pdf for instructions to use.
- alocal.sty: a patch for using clv2.cls and clv3.cls with the ArabTeX package.
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