LINGUIST List 10.266

Fri Feb 19 1999

Calls: Practical Dialogue Systems, Questions

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  1. Jan Alexandersson, IJCAI99 WS 'KNOWLEDGE AND REASONING IN PRACTICAL DIALOGUE SYSTEMS'
  2. Dr Karl Simms, "Questions"

Message 1: IJCAI99 WS 'KNOWLEDGE AND REASONING IN PRACTICAL DIALOGUE SYSTEMS'

Date: Fri, 19 Feb 1999 10:45:54 +0100
From: Jan Alexandersson <Jan.Alexanderssondfki.de>
Subject: IJCAI99 WS 'KNOWLEDGE AND REASONING IN PRACTICAL DIALOGUE SYSTEMS'






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		 The Complete CFP for 

 International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence
 Workshop NLP-2

	KNOWLEDGE AND REASONING IN PRACTICAL DIALOGUE SYSTEMS


		 can be found at:

	 http://www.ida.liu.se/~nlplab/ijcai-ws.html


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Important dates
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Electronic submission deadline:			1 March, 1999
Paper submission deadline:			3 March, 1999

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Message 2: "Questions"

Date: Fri, 19 Feb 1999 10:59:25 +0000 (GMT)
From: Dr Karl Simms <knsimmsliverpool.ac.uk>
Subject: "Questions"

			The University of Liverpool
				and
		The North-West Centre for Linguistics

			First Call for Papers


			Q U E S T I O N S


			The 2nd International Conference
				of the
			North-West Centre for Linguistcs
			12th-14 November 1999


Following the success in 1998 of the first International 
Conference of the North-West Centre for Linguistics, on the 
theme of NEGATION, we now invite you to the Second 
International Conference, to be held at the University of 
Liverpool on the theme of QUESTIONS.

Suggestions for papers on all aspects of Questions are 
welcome. We invite offers of papers on the semantics, 
syntax and pragmatics of Questions, a well as on their role 
in spoken and written discourse.

Papers will be of 25 minutes duration followed by 10 
minutes for discussion; a selection of the proceedings will 
be published.

Please send proposals (250 words) as e-mail attachment 
(plain text) to arrive not later than 1st May 1999 to: 
<mollliv.ac.uk>; or hard copy to:
	Questions Conference,
	Department of English,
	Modern Languages Building,
	University of Liverpool,
	P.O. Box 147,
	Liverpool L69 3BX,
	England.

Details of conference fee, accommodation costs, etc. will 
be sent out shortly.

For further information contact:
Maureen Molloy: tel. 44 (0)151 794 2771; fax 44 (0)794 
2739; e-mail mollliv.ac.uk;
Or:
Nelia Scott: tel. 44 (0)151 794 2564; fax 44 (0)151 794 
2739; e-mail nelialiverpool.ac.uk

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