LINGUIST List 10.4

Tue Jan 5 1999

FYI: Comp. Ling., Dictionaries, Phonetic Science

Editor for this issue: Jody Huellmantel <jodylinguistlist.org>


Directory

  1. Priscilla Rasmussen, 1999 ACL Membership/Order Form
  2. Igor Sharshakov, Electronic Multilingual Dictionaries
  3. Yoko Hasegawa, ICPhS 99

Message 1: 1999 ACL Membership/Order Form

Date: Mon, 28 Dec 98 16:55:51 EST
From: Priscilla Rasmussen <rasmussecs.rutgers.edu>
Subject: 1999 ACL Membership/Order Form


Below are the 1999 ACL Membership and Order form, followed by a seperate 
order form for various workshop and other ACL-sponsored proceedings.
These two items are seperated by asterisks (***). When returning the
memberhip form by email, please do not send the Workshop Order Form 
unless you are placing an order.

	PLEASE NOTE THE ACL OFFICE ADDRESS/TELEPHONE/FAX CHANGE!
		ALSO NOTE MULTI-YEAR MEMBERSHIP OPTIONS!
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		Association for Computational Linguistics
	1999 MEMBERSHIP, CHANGE OF ADDRESS AND EMAIL, AND ORDER FORM

				MEMBERSHIP

Membership in the Association for Computational Linguistics is for the
calendar year, regardless of when dues are paid. Membership includes a
full year of the ACL journal, Computational Linguistics, reduced registration 
at most ACL-sponsored conferences, and discounts on ACL-sponsored publications.
Payments for membership dues, fund donations, back issues, and proceedings
may be made in Europe or the USA. Follow the instructions under the PAYMENT 
heading carefully.

Provide all personal information, even if you have previously done so, to
be sure the ACL membership database is up-to-date. Write legibly, please!

FULL NAME_______________________________________________________________
		(first)				(last/family)

ADDRESS_________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________
INSTITUTION________________________________TELEPHONE____________________
		(if not in address above)
E-MAIL ADDRESS___________________________________FAX____________________

Please IMMEDIATELY notify the ACL Office of address and email changes.
Journal copies returned due to bad addresses will not be remailed until
a $5.00 postage/handling fee is remitted. EMAIL (if available) IS USED
TO DISTRIBUTE meeting, membership, and other announcements.

			MEMBERSHIP DUES FOR 1999

IMPORTANT NOTE: Renewals must be received no later than 1 April 1999 to 
avoid late payment fee assessment. Membership categories include Regular 
Members and the following: Couples with the same mailing address may be 
Joint Members; they will receive only one set of publications, but each 
will be eligible for all other member benefits. Students taking a 
full-time program of courses and not earning a regular income may become 
Student Members WITH COPY OF CURRENT STUDENT ID. Students who are not 
Student Members because of their income can still participate in 
student activites as Student-Employed. Also available are Retired and
Unemployed memberships. WE NOW OFFER MULTI-YEAR MEMBERSHIPS TO REGULAR
AND JOINT MEMBERS. Please indicate type of membership you desire below;
if no indication is provided, one-year membership will be presumed for
Regular and Joint. Late payment fee does not apply to new memberships.

Regular-1 Year($60)	Regular-3 Year($180)	Regular-5 year($300)
Joint-1 Year($70) 	Joint-3 Year($210)	Joint-5 Year ($350)	
Student($30) Student-Employed($60) Retired($30) Unemployed($30)
				 			MEMBERSHIP DUES $_____

1st Class or Air ($10 US, Canada, Mexico; $25 elsewhere) 
						OPTIONAL JOURNAL MAILING $_____

RENEWALS received after 1 April 1999 pay $20 additional postage/handling fee
 				 			LATE PAYMENT FEE $_____

INTERNATIONAL FUND: Allows ACL memberships and publications to be available 
to colleagues who have difficulty in using their national currencies or for 
whom membership would otherwise be impossible. Contributions may be tax 
deductible; check local regulations. Receipts are available upon request.
					 INTERNATIONAL FUND $_____
				
THE DON AND BETTY WALKER INTERNATIONAL STUDENT FUND: This fund was set up 
to honor Don and Betty Walker. It supports select student travel to ACL 
meetings. Contributions may be tax deductible, and companies may provide 
matching funds; check local regulations. Receipts are available upon
request. Make checks payable to "THE WALKER FUND". Visa and Mastercard 
payments are also accepted.				 WALKER FUND $_____

	 TOTAL PAYMENT FOR MEMBERSHIP, WALKER AND INTERNATIONAL FUNDS $_____
	 (list in PAYMENT SECTION)

				PAYMENT

METHOD OF PAYMENT (circle): CHECK MONEY ORDER CREDIT CARD	BANK TRANSFER

CREDIT CARD INFORMATION (VISA AND MASTERCARD ONLY):

CARD NUMBER___________________________________EXPIRATION DATE________________

CARDHOLDER'S NAME (as appears on card)_______________________________________
	
GRAND TOTAL OF PAYMENT AUTHORIZED OR ENCLOSED		$____________________ 
(total from MEMBERSHIP and total from PUBLICATION SECTIONS)

PREPAYMENT is necessary; invoices and receipts are available upon request. 
The U.S. dollar price is definitive when paying in other currencies, 
although rounding off is appropriate. CHECKS AND MONEY ORDERS SHOULD BE 
PAYABLE TO THE ASSOCIATION FOR COMPUTATIONAL LINGUISTICS (or to ACL). 
Payment may be made by sending this form (or all pertinent details) and 
credit card information in email to aclaclweb.org. The following payment 
choices are available:

1. CREDIT CARDS: Credit card payments MUST BE MADE TO THE ACL OFFICE IN 
 THE USA. Visa and Mastercard only. Email, fax or hardcopy are acceptable.

2. CHECKS/MONEY ORDERS: TO THE ACL OFFICE IN THE USA: Send this dues 
 form in hardcopy with a check or money order to the address below. 
 PAYMENTS MUST BE IN U.S. DOLLARS, DRAWN ON A U.S. BANK OR IN U.S. OR 
 CANADIAN DOLLARS (CALCULATED AT THE CURRENT EXCHANGE RATE), DRAWN ON A 
 CANADIAN BANK.

3. PAYMENTS TO EUROPE: Mail this form to Rosner with either (i) a Eurocheque 
 or banker's draft IN SWISS FRANCS, payable "ACL" or (ii) a standard 
 personal cheque drawn on a French bank in FRENCH FRANCS, payable "ACL" 
 or (iii) photocopy evidence of interbank transfer to "ACL", account number 
 141.880.LAV at the Union Bank of Switzerland, 8 Rue du Rhone, CH-1211 
 Geneva 11, SWITZERLAND. Dollar price is definitive. For exchange rate 
 information, use daily published exchange rate or see 
 http://www.cs.um.edu.mt/acl/. NOTE THAT EUROPEAN MEMBERS SHOULD PAY 
 THROUGH ROSNER UNLESS THEY PAY BY CREDIT CARD OR USE A U.S. BANK ACCOUNT. 

Assoc. for Comp. Ling.			Dr. Michael Rosner
75 Paterson Street, Suite 9		Dept. Computer Science & AI
New Brunswick, NJ 08901 USA		University of Malta
+732-342-9100 phone;			Msida, MALTA
+732-342-9339 fax			+356-32-90-25-04 phone;
aclaclweb.org			 	+356-32-05-39 fax
					mroscs.um.edu.mt
			
			PUBLICATIONS ORDER FORM

Institutions subscribe to the 1999 journal through MIT Press Journals, 
5 Cambridge Center, Cambridge, MA 02142, USA; phone +1-617-253-2889;
fax +1-617-577-1545; journals-ordersmit.edu. Institutional orders for 
back issues (1988-) should also be ordered from MIT Press Journals. All 
other journal back issues orders, and all proceedings, are available 
through the ACL to members.

JOURNAL BACK ISSUES: Back issues of Computational Linguistics and two
supplements, a Directory of Graduate Programs in Computational Linguistics,
3rd edition, and a Survey of Computational Linguistics Courses, revised in
1993, are available from the ACL Office. Surface mailing costs are included
in the prices; additional charges for 1st class or air delivery are noted. 
ORDERS BY MEMBERS FOR USE IN LABORATORIES OR LIBRARIES MUST BE PAID AT THE
"OTHERS" RATE.

1980-1997 VOLUMES--CIRCLE YEARS (1980-1990: Members $30; Others $60/
 1991-1998: Members $40; Others $80):

1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990
1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998		 BACK ISSUES $_____

1st Class or air (each year: $10 U.S., Canada, Mexico; $20 elsewhere)
				 BACK ISSUE OPTIONAL MAILING COSTS $_____

SUPPLEMENTS--Circle choice (Members $15; Others $30):
1992 Directory of Graduate Programs
1993 Survey of Courses 			 SUPPLEMENTS $_____

1st Class or air (each year: $5 U.S., Canada, Mexico; $10 elsewhere)
				 SUPPLEMENT OPTIONAL MAILING COST $_____

PROCEEDINGS: Proceedings are available to ACL members through the ACL for the
ACL conferences listed below. COLING proceedings (below) may also be ordered 
through the ACL. Surface mailing costs are included in the prices; additional 
charges for 1st class or air delivery are noted. ORDERS BY MEMBERS FOR USE IN 
LABORATORIES OR LIBRARIES MUST BE PAID AT THE "OTHERS" RATE. Non-members must
order directly to: Morgan Kaufmann Publishers, Order Fulfillment Department,
6277 Sea Harbor Drive, Orlando, FL, 32887 USA, +1-800-745-7323 phone, 
+1-800-874-6418 fax, ordersmkp.com.

ACL PROCEEDINGS (each proceedings: Members $30; Others $60--1st Class or
 air: $10 U.S., Canada, Mexico; $25 elsewhere) CIRCLE or HIGHLIGHT CHOICE(S):

17th, San Diego, 1979 18th, Philadelphia, 1980 19th, Stanford, 1981
20th, Toronto, 1982 21st, Cambridge, 1983 22nd, see Coling-84 below
23rd, Chicago, 1985 24th, New York, 1986 25th, Stanford, 1987
26th, Buffalo, 1988 27th, Vancouver, 1989 28th, Pittsburgh, 1990
29th, Berkeley, 1991 30th, Newark, 1992 31st, Columbus, 1993
32nd, Las Cruces, 1994 33rd, Cambridge, 1995 34th, Santa Cruz, 1996
35th, Madrid, 1997 36th, Montreal, 1998 
(joint with EACL-97) (joint with Coling-98; see Coling-98 below for price)

CONFERENCES ON APPLIED NATURAL LANGUAGE PROCESSING (each proceedings: 
 Members $30; Others $60--1st Class or air: $10 U.S., Cnada, Mexico;
 $25 elsewhere):

First, Santa Monica, 1983 Second, Austin, 1988 Third, Trento, 1992
Fourth, Stuttgart, 1994 Fifth, Washington, DC, 1997

EUROPEAN CHAPTER CONFERENCES (each proceedings: Members $30; Others $60--
 1st Class or air: $10 U.S., Canada, Mexico; $25 elsewhere):

First, Pisa, 1983 Second, Geneva, 1985 Third, Copenhagen, 1987
Fourth, Manchester, 1989 Fifth, Berlin, 1991 Sixth, Utrecht, 1993
Seventh, Dublin, 1995 Eighth, Madrid, 1997 (joint with ACL-97 above)

						 PROCEEDINGS TOTAL $_____
						OPTIONAL MAILING TOTAL $_____

COLING PROCEEDINGS (note differences in proceedings prices; 1st Class or air
 delivery: 1984 is $15 U.S., Canada, Mexico; $25 elsewhere and for subsequent 
 years: $20 U.S., Canada, Mexico; $40 elsewhere):

COLING-84, Stanford, 1984 (Members $45; Others $90) COLING-84 PROCEEDINGS $__
COLING-88(2 vol.), Budapest, 1984 
	(Members $45; Others $150) 		 COLING-88 PROCEEDINGS $__
COLING-90(3 vol.), Helsinki, 1990
	(Members $95; Others $190) 		 COLING-90 PROCEEDINGS $__
COLING-92(4 vol.), Nantes, 1992
	(Members $75; Others $150) 		 COLING-92 PROCEEDINGS $__
COLING-94, Kyoto, 1994 (Members $75; Others $150) COLING-94 PROCEEDINGS $__
COLING-96, Copenhagen, 1996(Members $75; Others $150)COLING-96 PROCEEDINGS $__
Coling-98, Montreal, 1998 (Members $75; Others $150) COLING-98 PROCEEDINGS $__

					 TOTAL PUBLICATIONS PAYMENT $_____
					 (list in PAYMENT SECTION)


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	ACL SPECIAL INTEREST GROUPS' CONFERENCE AND WORKSHOP PROCEEDINGS

The ACL proudly sponsors various workshops and conferences organized by
SIGs associated with the ACL. From these meetings, all remaining proceedings
are forwarded to the ACL Office in the USA for sale as long as supply lasts.

Below is a listing of the various proceedings currently available. To place
an order, please follow the standard payment procedures below and indicate your
proceedings choice(s) by filling in the dollar amount. 1991-1994 proceedings
are $20 each; 1996 and beyond are $25 each, including surface mailing costs.
Airmail delivery will be an additional $10 for each mailing of up to two
proceedings copies.

		SIG CONFERENCE AND WORKSHOP PROCEEDINGS

Reversible Grammar in Natural Language Processing, 
	at ACL-91, Berkeley, CA, 17 June 1991		$___________________
The Balancing Act, 
	at ACL-94, Las Cruces, NM, 1 July 1994		$___________________
Computational Phonology, 
	at ACL-94, Las Cruces, NM, 1 July 1994		$___________________
Natural Language Processing for Communication Aids, 
	at ACL/EACL-97, Madrid, Spain, 11-12 July 1997	$__________________
Concept to Speech Generation Systems, 
	at ACL/EACL-97, Madrid, Spain, 11-12 July 1997	$_________________
Spoken Language Translation, 
	at ACL/EACL-97, Madrid, Spain, 11-12 July 1997	$_________________
Envgram Computational Environments for Grammar 
Development and Linguistic Engineering, 
	at ACL/EACL-97, Madrid, Spain, 11-12 July 1997	$________________
Operational Factors in Practical, Robust Anaphora 
Resolution for Unrestricted Texts, 
	at ACL/EACL-97, Madrid, Spain, 11-12 July 1997	$_______________
Interactive Spoken Dialogue Systems: Bringing Speech 
and NLP Together in Real World Applications, 
	at ACL/EACL-97, Madrid, Spain, 11-12 July 1997	$_______________
Referring Phenomena in a Multimedia Discourse and Their
Computational Treatment (SIGMEDIA), 
	at ACL/EACL-97, Madrid, Spain, 11-12 July 1997 $______________
Intelligent Scalable Text Summarization, 
	at ACL/EACL-97, Madrid, Spain, 11-12 July 1997	$______________
Automatic Information Extraction and Building of 
Lexical Semantic Resources for NLP Applications 
Organized by EuroWordNet (LE2 4003), Sparkle (LE 2111) 
and Ecran, 
	at ACL/EACL-97, Madrid, Spain, 11-12 July 1997	$______________
>From Research to Commercial Applications: Making NLP 
Technology Work in Practice, 
	at ACL/EACL-97, Madrid, Spain, 11-12 July 1997	$______________
Computational Natural Language Learning (CoNLL '97), 
	at ACL/EACL-97, Madrid, Spain, 11-12 July 1997	$_____________
Content Visualization and Intermedia Representations,
	at Coling-ACL'98, Montreal, Canada, 
	15 August 1998					$_____________
Discourse Relations and Discourse Markers, at Coling-
	ACL'98, Montreal, Canada, 15 August 1998	$_____________
First Workshop on Computational Terminology, at Coling-
	ACL'98, Montreal, Canada, 15 August 1998	$_____________
Processing of Dependency-based Grammars, at Coling-
	ACL'98, Montreal, Canada, 15 August 1998	$_____________
The Computation of Phonological Constraints, at Coling-
	ACL'98, Montreal, Canada, 15 August 1998	$_____________
The Computational Treatment of Nominals, at Coling-
	ACL'98, Montreal, Canada, 16 August 1998	$_____________
Translingual Information Management: Current Levels
	and Future Abilities, at Coling-ACL'98, 
	Montreal, Canada, 16 August 1998		$_____________
Usage of WordNet in Natural Language Processing Systems, 
	at Coling-ACL'98, Montreal, Canada, 
	16 August 1998					$_____________
Partially Automated Techniques for Transcribing Naturally
	Occuring, Continuous Speech, at Coling-ACL'98, 
	Montreal, Canada, 16 August 1998		$_____________
	
New Methods in Language Processing and Computational
Natural Language Learning (NeMLaP3/CoNLL98, at
Sydney, Australia, 11-17 January 1998	$_____________

Proceedings of the International Workshop on Finite
State Methods in Natural Language Processing (FSMNLP'98),
at Ankara, Turkey, 30 June-1 July 1998			$_____________

Proceedings of the Ninth International Workshop on 
Natural Language Generation, at Niagra-on-the-Lake,
Ontario, Canada, 5-7 August 1998			$_____________

Conference on Empirical Methods in Natural Language 
Processing, Philadelphia, PA, 17-18 May 1996		$_____________
Second Conference on Empirical Methods in Natural 
Language Processing, Providence, RI, 1-2 August 1997 	$_____________
Third Conference on Empirical Methods in Natural
Language Processing, Granada, Spain, 2 June 1998	$_____________

Third Workshop on Very Large Corpora, 
	at ACL-95, Cambridge, MA, 30 June 1995		$_____________
Fourth Workshop on Very Large Corpora, 
	at Coling-96, Copenhagen, Denmark 4 August 1996	$_____________
Fifth Workshop on Very Large Corpora, 
	Beijing, China, 18 August 1997
	and Hong Kong, 20 August 1997			$_____________
Sixth Workshop on Very Large Corpora, at Coling-ACL'98, 
	Montreal, Canada, 15-16 August 1998		$_____________

Plus airmail costs ($10 per each 1-2 copies)		$______________

TOTAL ORDER						$______________

				PAYMENT

METHOD OF PAYMENT (circle): CHECK MONEY ORDER CREDIT CARD	BANK TRANSFER

CREDIT CARD INFORMATION (VISA AND MASTERCARD ONLY):

CARD NUMBER___________________________________EXPIRATION DATE________________

CARDHOLDER'S NAME (as appears on card)_______________________________________

MAILING ADDRESS______________________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________

GRAND TOTAL OF PAYMENT AUTHORIZED OR ENCLOSED		$____________________ 

PREPAYMENT is necessary; invoices and receipts are available upon request. 
The U.S. dollar price is definitive when paying in other currencies, 
although rounding off is appropriate. CHECKS AND MONEY ORDERS SHOULD BE 
PAYABLE TO THE ASSOCIATION FOR COMPUTATIONAL LINGUISTICS (or to ACL). 
Payment may be made by sending this form (or all pertinent details) and 
credit card information in email to aclbellcore.com (prior to February 
1, 1998) and to aclaclweb.org (after February 1, 1998). The following 
payment choices are available:

1. CREDIT CARDS: Credit card payments MUST BE MADE TO THE ACL OFFICE IN 
 THE USA. Visa and Mastercard only. Email, fax or hardcopy are acceptable.

2. CHECKS/MONEY ORDERS: TO THE ACL OFFICE IN THE USA: Send this dues 
 statement in hardcopy with a check or money order to the address below. 
 PAYMENTS MUST BE IN U.S. DOLLARS, DRAWN ON A U.S. BANK OR IN U.S. OR 
 CANADIAN DOLLARS (CALCULATED AT THE CURRENT EXCHANGE RATE), DRAWN ON A 
 CANADIAN BANK.

3. PAYMENTS TO EUROPE: Mail this form to Rosner with either (i) a Eurocheque 
 or banker's draft IN SWISS FRANCS, payable "ACL" or (ii) a standard 
 personal cheque drawn on a French bank in FRENCH FRANCS, payable "ACL" 
 or (iii) photocopy evidence of interbank transfer to "ACL", account number 
 141.880.LAV at the Union Bank of Switzerland, 8 Rue du Rhone, CH-1211 
 Geneva 11, SWITZERLAND. Dollar price is definitive. For exchange rate 
 information, use daily published exchange rate or see 
 http://www.cs.um.edu.mt/acl/. NOTE THAT EUROPEAN MEMBERS SHOULD PAY 
 THROUGH ROSNER UNLESS THEY PAY BY CREDIT CARD OR USE A U.S. BANK ACCOUNT. 

Assoc. for Comp. Ling.			Dr. Michael Rosner
P.O. Box 6090				Dept. Computer Science & AI
Somerset, NJ 08875 USA			University of Malta
+732-873-3898 phone;			Msida, MALTA
+732-873-0014 fax			+356-32-90-25-04 phone;
aclbellcore.com (prior to 2/1/98) 	+356-32-05-39 fax
aclaclweb.org (after 2/1/98)		mroscs.um.edu.mt
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Message 2: Electronic Multilingual Dictionaries

Date: Tue, 05 Jan 1999 09:51:27 +0200
From: Igor Sharshakov <bhmailbox.riga.lv>
Subject: Electronic Multilingual Dictionaries


Dear LINGUIST,

I do hope that my electronic Business and Finance Multilingual
Dictionary (English / French / German / Russian), Multilingual
Dictionary of Stock Exchange and Investment Terms (English / French /
German / Italian / Spanish / Russian), Dictionary of Computing for
Everyone (English / Russian), Glossary of International Banking and
Finance Acronyms and Abbreviations (English/Russian) (approved by the
REUTERS and being used by this esteemed Agency in its marketing), can
be useful in your daily activities.

You, Your friends and collegues are always welcome at
http://www.dict.biz.lv

Dictionaries are ideal for any business traveller
Quick and easy to use .PDF format
Up-to-date definitions
Extensive cross referencing
Totally modern vocabulary
Powerful browse and search capabilities
>From international to personal business and finance

Your expert comments and suggestions will be very much appreciated.

With respect and best wishes,

Igor Sharshakov, the Author
(fax: +371 7379350; private e-mail: sharkbinet.lv)
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Message 3: ICPhS 99

Date: Sun, 03 Jan 1999 00:12:32 -0800
From: Yoko Hasegawa <hasegawasocrates.berkeley.edu>
Subject: ICPhS 99


International Conference of Phonetic Sciences
ICPhS 99

The organizing committee of ICPhS 99 has sent out notices of
acceptance and rejection to all who submitted abstracts. A list
of accepted authors and their paper titles can be found on our
web site (http://trill.linguistics.berkeley.edu/ICPhS/index.html).

E-mail:		icphs99trill.berkeley.edu</TD>
Regular Mail:	ICPhS 99
		Phonology Laboratory - Dept. of Linguistics
		University of California
		Berkeley, CA 94720-2650
		U.S.A.

=================================
Yoko Hasegawa
Vice Chair, ICPhS 99 
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