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Confs: Int'l Symposium on Ling.(LICSSOL 1)/France

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Message 1: Conference: LICSSOL 1

Date: Mon, 20 Sep 1999 14:23:48 +0200 (MET DST)
From: Anne Reboul <Anne.Reboulloria.fr>
Subject: Conference: LICSSOL 1

LYON INSTITUTE FOR COGNITIVE SCIENCES

The Lyon Institute for Cognitive Science (LICS) is hosting
THE FIRST INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON LINGUISTICS (LICSSOL1)
(October 12-15, 1999 Lyon, FRANCE), on
ECONOMY IN LANGUAGE DESIGN, COMPUTATION AND USE

PROGRAM

SEMANTICS :Tuesday October 12 1999
Morning :
G. Chierchia (University of Milano): Scalar implicature as a Polarity
Phenomenon
V. Dayal ( Rutgers University) : The Definite Determiner and its Covert
Counterparts
U. Sauerland (Kanda Gaigo University, Japon): Superiority and Quantifier
Raising: Evidence from Inverse Linking

Afternoon :
N. Asher (University of Austin, Texas): Principles of Economy and Discourse
Interpretation
Ph. Shlenker (MIT): Semantic Uniformity
T. Reinhart (University of Tel Aviv ): The processing cost of reference set
computation
Ch. Monz (University of Amsterdam): Lazy Deduction-Based Disambiguation

MORPHOLOGY/ PHONOLOGY: Wednesday October 13 1999
Morning :
M.Halle (MIT): On economy considerations in phonology
E. Bonet (Universitat Autonoma Barcelona): The Phonology of Catalan
Clitics: derivational vs non-derivational approaches
A. Marantz (MIT): The Pieces of Derivation

Afternoon :
J-R. Vergneau (ISC/USC ): TBA
P F. Dominey (ISC): A Minimal Model of Thematic Role Assignment in
Syntactic Analysis
J-L. Schwartz, Ch. Abry, L-J. Boe, N. Vallee, M-A. Cathiard (ICP,
Grenoble): Economy and Phonology in the perceptual Dispersion-Focalization
Theory and the Theory of Perception for Action-Control

PRAGMATICS: Thursday October 14 1999
Morning :
D. Sperber (CREA, CNRS Paris): Economy and pragmatics
D. Maillat (Lincoln College Oxford): Minimalist Pragmatics for Directional
Prepositions
J. Moeschler (University of Geneva): Economy and Pragmatic Optimality:
theCase of Directional inferences

Afternoon :
A.I Noveck (ISC): How to account for conversational implicature
D. Blakemore (University of Salford): The Interpretation of Conjoined
utterances
T. Matsui (Christian University, Japan): Two Views on Economy in Reference
assignment: Centering and International Relevance
L. de Saussure (University of Geneva): A procedural approach to verbal
tense: past tenses in French

SYNTAX: Friday October 15 1999
Morning :
L.Rizzi (University of Siena): Some Issues in the Theory of Locality
F. Newmeyer (University of Washington): Grammatical Economy Versus
Processing Economy: Capturing Typological Generalizations
E. Williams (Princeton University): Economy as Shape Conservation

Afternoon :
Y. Kitagawa (Indiana University): Economy of Lexical Selection
M. Rezac (University of Toronto) : The Economy of Target-Goal Relations:
Constructing Equidistant Objects
Ch. Collins (Cornell University): Eliminating Labels
A. Moro (University San Raffaele, Milano): Weak-antisymmetry: a
parsimonious application of LCA

REGISTRATION FEES
A registration form can be downloaded at the following web address:
http://www.isc.cnrs.fr/ciliscins.htm
It can also be obtained through Email from the following address :
reboulisc.cnrs.fr or, by snailmail:
Viviane Deprez
Institut des Sciences Cognitives
67 bd Pinel
69675 Bron cedex
France
The completed registration form can be sent back either by email or by
snailmail at the same addresses. Modalities for payment of registration
fees are indicated on the registration form.

			before september 15th 	after september 15th
Faculty and staff	300 FF (50 $)		350 FF (55 $)
Students		250 FF (42 $)		350 FF (55 $)

Registration fees include lunches, coffee-breaks and an abstract booklet.
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