LINGUIST List 10.1234

Sat Aug 21 1999

Calls: Michigan, NLP and Neural Networks

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  1. Betsy Erin Evans, Michigan Linguistic Society
  2. Isahara Hitoshi, NLPRS'99 Workshop -- Natural Language Processing and Neural Networks

Message 1: Michigan Linguistic Society

Date: Wed, 18 Aug 1999 18:44:26 -0400 (EDT)
From: Betsy Erin Evans <evansbe1pilot.msu.edu>
Subject: Michigan Linguistic Society


 Michigan Linguistic Society
 Deadline Extended!

Abstracts for papers at the annual meeting of the Michigan Linguistic
Society (October 30, Michigan State University, East Lansing) will be
accepted until September 15.

Abstracts are invited in all areas of linguistics. Presentations will
be fifteen minutes in length plus five minutes for discussion.

 Abstract submission guidelines:

* Abstracts should be one page in length.

* The title of the abstract should appear at the top of the abstract
and the author's name, abstract title, affiliations and email address
should appear on a separate page.

* Abstracts should be submitted by email at lingorgpilot.msu.edu as a
Word file or Postscript attachment.

* Abstracts can also be submitted in hard copy form by mailing three
copies to the Linguistics Student Organization, Michigan State
University, A-614 Wells Hall, East Lansing, MI 48824-1027.


Abstracts will be reviewed anonymously.


Notification of acceptance will be sent by October 1.
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Message 2: NLPRS'99 Workshop -- Natural Language Processing and Neural Networks

Date: Sat, 21 Aug 1999 13:10:38 +0900
From: Isahara Hitoshi <isaharacrl.go.jp>
Subject: NLPRS'99 Workshop -- Natural Language Processing and Neural Networks



			Call for Papers	

			NLPRS'99 Workshop
	Natural Language Processing and Neural Networks
		Beijing, China, November 5, 1999

 http://korterm.kaist.ac.kr/~nlprs99/

The artificial neural networks (ANN) began to be an attract approach to
natural language processing (NLP) since several works on parsing were
done using ANN techniques in 1985. Since then, with the boom of NLP
research based on very large corpora, the ANN, as a powerful parallel
and distributed learning/processing machine, attract a more great deal
of attention from both the ANN and NLP researchers and have been
successfully used in many areas of NLP. 

This workshop will provide a forum for researchers in both the areas of
ANN and NLP who are interested in advancing the state in developing NLP
techniques by using ANN approach. 

Submissions are invited on all NLP topics in the context of using ANN
techniques.

The workshop review and acceptance will be based on a two-page extended
summary (2000 words or less). The summary must be accompanied by paper
title and author information including full names, affiliations of all
authors and the postal mailing address and email of the corresponding
author.

Submit by email to qmacrl.go.jp

IMPORTANT DATES

Summary submission deadline: September 15
Notification of acceptance: September 30
Camera ready papers due: 	October 15

Inquiries concerning the workshop can be sent to one of the organisers 
either by email to qmacrl.go.jp or by post to the following address:

Dr. Qing Ma
Intelligent Processing Section
Kansai Advanced Research Center
Communications Research Laborotory
Ministry of Posts and Telecommunications
588-2, Iwaoka, Nishi-ku, Kobe, 651-2401, Japan
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Dr. Hitoshi Isahara
Dr. Qing Ma
Intelligent Processing Section
Kansai Advanced Research Center
Communications Research Laborotory
Ministry of Posts and Telecommunications
588-2, Iwaoka, Nishi-ku, Kobe, 651-2401, Japan
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