LINGUIST List 11.1485

Fri Jul 7 2000

Calls: Ling Interpreted Corpora, German/Cognition

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  1. Thorsten Brants, Linguistically Interpreted Corpora (LINC-2000)
  2. Michael Brenner, German Autumn School on Cognition

Message 1: Linguistically Interpreted Corpora (LINC-2000)

Date: Thu, 6 Jul 2000 16:56:15 +0200 (MET DST)
From: Thorsten Brants <thorstenCoLi.Uni-SB.DE>
Subject: Linguistically Interpreted Corpora (LINC-2000)


 A workshop to be held at Coling 2000
 the 18th International Conference on Computational Linguistics

 Luxembourg, 6 August 2000


The aim of the workshop is to exchange and propagate research results
in the field of corpus annotation, taking into account various types
of information. The Workshop on Linguistically Interpreted Corpora
focues on
- tools & techniques for syntactic annotation,
- tagging and parsing methods that aim at semi-automatic annotation,
- error detection and correction,
- inter-annotator-agreement,
- representation formats and standards,
- browsing corpora and searching for instances of linguistic phenomena,


Anne Abeille (co-chair), Paris
Thorsten Brants (co-chair), Saarbruecken
John Carroll , Sussex
Lionel Clement, Paris
Tomaz Erjavec, Ljubljana
Frank Keller, Edinburgh
Laurent Romary, Nancy
Geoffrey Sampson, Sussex
Hans Uszkoreit (co-chair), Saarbruecken
Jean Veronis, Aix-en-Provence
Atro Voutilainen, Helsinki
Jakub Zavrel, Antwerp


 Comparing Linguistic Interpretation Schemes for English Corpora
 Eric Atwell, George Demetriou, John Hughes, Amanda Schiffrin
 Clive Souter, Sean Wilcock

 Dependency-based Syntactic Annotation of a Chinese Corpus
 Tom B. Y. Lai, Huang Changning 

 The Italian Syntactic-Semantic Treebank: Architecture, Annotation, 
 Tools and Evaluation
 S. Montemagni, F. Barsotti, M. Battista, N. Calzolari, O. Corazzari, 
 A. Zampolli, F. Fanciulli, M. Massetani, R. Raffaelli, R. Basili, 
 M. T. Pazienza, D. Saracino, F. Zanzotto, N. Mana, F. Pianesi, R. Delmonte 

 Where Should Annotation Stop?
 Geoffrey Sampson 

 A Statistical Account on Word Order Variation in German
 Daniela Kurz 

 Bottom-Up Tagset Design from Maximally Reduced Tagset
 Peter Dienes, Csaba Oravecz 

 The Detection of Inconsistency in Manually Tagged Text
 Hans van Halteren 

 Grammar-Based Corpus Annotation
 Stefanie Dipper

 Automatic Procedures in Tectogrammatical Tagging
 Alena Bohmova, Petr Sgall 

 Considering Automatic Aids to Corpus Annotation
 David Day, Benjamin Wellner

 Thorsten Brants

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Message 2: German Autumn School on Cognition

Date: Thu, 06 Jul 2000 13:02:08 +0200
From: Michael Brenner <>
Subject: German Autumn School on Cognition

 German Autumn School on Cognition 2000

 September 10-15, 2000
 	 Freiburg, Germany

The autumn school offers courses and lectures covering different areas
of cognitive science and learning technologies. It is intended for
students and scientists from the fields of psychology, computer
science, linguistics, computational linguistics, cognitive and
instructional science.

Lecturers: Shaaron Ainsworth, Joost Breuker, Cristiano Castelfranchi,
Richard Cooper, Hector Geffner, Jim Hollan, Dietmar Janetzko, Timothy
Koschmann, Marcia Linn, Deborah McGuinness, Thomas Metzinger, Bernhard
Nebel, Josef Nerb, Werner Nutt, Uwe Oestermeier, Rolf Ploetzner, Lloyd
Rieber, Keith Stenning, Gerhard Strube, Peter Yule

Registration is open to all, and is possible electronically through
the Autumn School web page (see above for the URL). Registration fee
is DM 80 (approximately 39 US$, as of June 25, 2000). Registration
includes admission to all sessions and plenary addresses at the Autumn
School 2000 in Freiburg.

For additional information on lecture and tutorial topics, schedule,
accomodation and travel, please refer to our web pages.

Please forward this message to interested colleagues and students. 

We are looking forward to welcome you in Freiburg,

	Michael Brenner, Katja Lay, Susanne Thalemann
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