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Confs: Ling Theory & Grammar, ESSLLI

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Message 1: Linguistic Theory and Grammar Implementation

Date: Mon, 24 Jul 2000 11:50:05 -0400 (EDT)
From: Shuly Wintner <shulylinc.cis.upenn.edu>
Subject: Linguistic Theory and Grammar Implementation

 ESSLLI'2000 Workshop on

 LINGUISTIC THEORY AND GRAMMAR IMPLEMENTATION

 14.-18. August 2000
 Birmingham, Great Britain


 PRELIMINARY PROGRAM


Monday: Introduction + Invited talk by Martin Kay

 - Erhard Hinrichs, Detmar Meurers (Universit�t T�bingen)
 Shuly Wintner (University of Pennsylvania): 
 Introduction

 - Martin Kay (Xerox PARC):
 "Taking underspecification seriously"


Tuesday: Grammars and grammar implementation platforms

 - Stefanie Dipper (IMS Stuttgart), Annette Frank (Xerox Europe),
 Tracy Holloway King (Xerox PARC), Jonas Kuhn (IMS Stuttgart), 
 John Maxwell (Xerox PARC):
 "Ambiguity management in grammar writing"

 - Anne Abeill�, Marie-Helene Candito, Alexandra Kinyon (Paris 7):
 "FTAG: developing and maintaining a 
 wide-coverage grammar for French"

 - William Schuler, David Chiang, Mark Dras 
 (University of Pennsylvania):
 "A multi-level TAG approach to dependency"


Wednesday: Categorial grammar related approaches

 - Aline Villavicencio (University of Cambridge, England):
 "The use of default unification in a system of lexical types"

 - Julia Hockenmaier, Gann Bierner, Jason Baldridge 
 (University of Edinburgh):
 "Providing robustness for a CCG system"

 - Shravan Vasishth (Ohio State University) Geert-Jan M. Kruijff 
 (Charles University, Prague):
 "Processing as abduction: a sentence processing model"


Thursday: Constituency and linearization

 - Stefan M�ller (DFKI Saarbr�cken):
 "Continuous or discontinuous constituents?"

 - Frederik Fouvry, Detmar Meurers (Universit�t T�bingen):
 "Towards a platform for linearization grammars"

 - Jesse Tseng (Universit�t T�bingen, University of Edinburgh):
 "Linearizing parentheticals in German: 
 The limitations of phrase-structure"


Friday: Semantics / shallow preprocessing

 - Jonathan Ginzburg, Howard Gregory, Shalom Lappin 
 (King's College London):
 "A dialogue system for interpreting fragments"

 - Ant�nio Branco (Universidade de Lisboa):
 "Specification and verification of binding constraints: 
 An integrated account"

 - Tzvetomira Venkova (St Kliment Ochridski University, Sofia):
 "A local grammar disambiguator of compound conjunctions as a
 pre-processor for deep analysers"


Accepted paper which cannot be presented at the workshop:

 - Carolyn Penstein Rose (University of Pittsburgh):
 "Syntactic framework for semantic interpretation"


Alternates:

 - Philippe Blache (LPL-CNRS, Universit� de Provence):
 "Property grammars and the problem of constraint satisfaction"

 - Liviu-Virgil Ciortuz (DFKI Saarbr�cken):
 "Scaling up the abstract machine for unification of OSF-terms to 
 parsing with large-scale typed unification grammars"


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All information concerning this workshop is available from: 
 http://www.sfs.nphil.uni-tuebingen.de/~dm/events/esslli00/

For information on the ESSLLI summer school, please visit:
 http://www.cs.bham.ac.uk/~esslli/ 
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