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Message 1: Head-driven Phrase Structure Grammar-2000, Berkeley, California

Date: Tue, 02 May 2000 19:56:25 -0700
From: Dan Flickinger <danfcsli.Stanford.EDU>
Subject: Head-driven Phrase Structure Grammar-2000, Berkeley, California


			 CONFERENCE PROGRAM

			 HPSG-2000
		 7th International Conference on
		 Head-driven Phrase Structure Grammar
			 Berkeley, California

			 22-23 July 2000

The 7th International Conference on Head-driven Phrase Structure
Grammar will be held on Saturday and Sunday, July 22-23, 2000, as part
of the Berkeley Formal Grammar Conference 2000 at the University of
California, Berkeley, The event will consist of LFG2000 (July 19-20),
HPSG-2000 (July 22-23), and a common day of workshops on July 21,
entitled "Lexical and Constructional Explanations in Constraint-Based
Grammar", offering a valuable opportunity for interaction among
researchers of these two frameworks.

Invited speakers for HPSG-2000 are John Hawkins (University of
Southern California), and Donna Gerdts and Thomas Hukari (Simon Fraser
University and the University of Victoria). The conference will also
feature an invited tutorial on Norwegian, identifying challenges that
the grammar poses for HPSG, presented by Lars Johnsen and Torbjorn
Nordgard (University of Bergen & the Norwegian University of Science
and Technology).

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Saturday, 22 July 2000		
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 9:00 'Tough' complementation and the extraclausal propagation of argument 
 descriptions
 Robert D. Levine, Ohio State University

 9:30 The syntax and semantics of Left-node Raising in Japanese
 Shuichi Yatabe, University of Tokyo

10:00 The Was-w construction in German: A case study in type-coercion
 Erhard W. Hinrichs & Tsuneko Nakazawa, 
 Eberhard-Karls-Universititaet Tuebingen & University of Tokyo

10:30 Break			

10:45 Invited talk: Adjacency to heads in performance and grammars
 John Hawkins, University of Southern California

11:45 Experience-based HPSG
 Emily Bender and Susanne Z. Riehemann, Stanford University

12:15 Lunch			

 1:45 ARG-ST on phrases headed by semantically vacuous words: Evidence from 
 Polish
 Adam Przepiorkowski, Ohio State U. & Polish Academy of Sciences, Warsaw
 
 2:15 Agreement and missing NPs in Welsh
 Robert D. Borsley, University of Essex

 2:45 Arguments, grammatical relations, and diathetic paradigm
 Tania Avgustinova, Dept. of Computational Linguistics, Saarland Univ.

 3:15 Break			

 3:30 The morphosyntax of Tongan 2P pronouns
 Michael Dukes, University of Canterbury & Stanford University

 4:00 On the placement and morphology of Udi subject agreement
 Berthold Crysmann, DFKI GmbH & Computational Linguistics, Saarland Univ.

 4:30 Hebrew relative clauses in HPSG
 Nathan Vaillette, Department of Linguistics, Ohio State University

 5:00 Break			

 5:15 The rest of the binding theory
 Karin Golde, YY Software Corporation, Mountain View, Calif.

 5:45 Anaphors aren't exempt in German: A slightly more configurational binding
 theory
 Tibor Kiss, Ruhr-Universitaet Bochum

 6:15 Business meeting

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Sunday, 23 July 2000
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 9:00 The key to lexical semantics
 Jean-Pierre Koenig & Tony Davis, SUNY Buffalo & AnswerLogic, Inc.

 9:30 An approach to polarity sensitivity and negative concord by lexical 
 underspecification
 Judith Tonhauser, Institute for Comp. Linguistics, Univ. of Stuttgart

10:00 Linking oblique complements
 Valia Kordoni, University of Tuebingen

10:30 Break

10:45 Invited talk: Halkomelem valence morphology: A multi-level argument 
 structure analysis
 Donna Gerdts & Thomas Hukari, Simon Fraser University & Univ. of Victoria

11:45 French reportive 'comme' clauses: A case of parenthetical adjunction
 Marianne Desmets & Laurent Roussarie, 
 University Paris X - Nanterre & University Paris 7 - Jussieu

12:15 Lunch

 1:45 Rules and exceptions in the English auxiliary system
 Ivan A. Sag, Stanford University

 2:15 Directional serial verb constructions in Thai
 Nuttanart Muansuwan, SUNY Buffalo & U. of Technology, Thonburi, Thailand 

 2:45 Switch-reference in Zuni
 Dave McKercher, Stanford University

 3:15 Break

 3:30 Tutorial on Norwegian grammar: Challenges for HPSG
 Lars Johnsen & Torbjorn Nordgard 
 University of Bergen & the Norwegian Univ. of Science and Technology

 4:15 Varieties of ESSE in Romance languages
 Anne Abeille & Daniele Godard, University Paris 7

 4:45 The passive as a lexical rule
 Stefan Mueller, DFKI GmbH, Saarbruecken

 5:15 Break

 5:30 Minor prepositions in Dutch
 Frank Van Eynde, Center for Computational Linguistics, Univ. of Leuven

 6:00 A constraint-based and head-driven analysis of multiple nominative 
 constructions
 Jong-Bok Kim, Kyung Hee University, Seoul

 6:30 Conference ends

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FURTHER INFORMATION

 Web site for HPSG-2000: 

	http://hpsg.stanford.edu/hpsg2000.html

 For further information, email 

	hpsg2000csli.stanford.edu
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