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FYI: Web Sites, Collecting NLP references


Author: Peter White

FYI Body: ALAA WEB SITE

The Applied Linguistics Association of Australia (ALAA) now has a
World Wide Web site. It's in the preliminary stages, and we hope
to enhance it considerably early in 1997.

However, we hope it is useful to colleagues.

The URL is http://www.cltr.uq.oz.au:8000/alaa

Regards
Peter White
peterw@lingua.cltr.uq.oz.au





COLLECTING CL/NLP BIBLIOGRAPHIC REFERENCES

I'm collecting bibliographic references to computational
linguistics publications (articles, books, dissertations, etc.)
with the intention of making them publicly available (in bibtex
format).

If anyone has references they are willing to share, in particular
from the last 4 years, please either send them to me or let me
know where I can get at them.

Although in principle I'm only interested in either bibtex or
refer format references, a large database in another format may
be interesting, depending on the size and contents.

Cheers,
Bradley Music <music@cst.ku.dk>
<a href="http://www.cst.ku.dk/music/home.html">www</a>
Center for Sprogteknologi, Njalsgade 80, DK-2300 Copenhagen S
Tel +45 35 32 90 75, Fax +45 35 32 90 89





The French Research Group in Linguistics "LanDisCo"

Unit=E9 de Recherche Associ=E9e 1035 du CNRS
LANGUES - DISCOURS - COGNITION
Universit=E9 Nancy 2


now disposes on its own information pages on the WWW
through the server of the University of Nancy 2 :


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* http://www.nancy2.u-nancy.fr/LANDISCO/landisco.htm *
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On these pages you can find

- the research topics of the group,

- the e-mail addresses of its members,

- and their bibliography.


With best regards.


Jacques FRANCOIS
Directeur de l'URA 1035 LanDisCo

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Jacques Fran=E7ois
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