LINGUIST List 11.1817

Tue Aug 29 2000

Calls: Phonetics/Phonology, Computational Linguistics

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  1. Trudel Meisenburg, Phonetics/Phonology
  2. Priscilla Rasmussen, NAACL'01 Workshops-Call for Proposals

Message 1: Phonetics/Phonology

Date: Thu, 24 Aug 2000 21:31:39 +0200
From: Trudel Meisenburg <tmeisenbuos.de>
Subject: Phonetics/Phonology


Appel � communications

XXVII. Deutscher Romanistentag, M�nchen 2001 (7-10 octobre)

Section 5 :

Direction : Trudel Meisenburg (Osnabr�ck) et Maria Selig (HU Berlin)

"Nouveaux d�parts en phonologie : les conceptions sub- et
suprasegmentales"

La phonologie classique s'est interess�e en premier lieu au segment : en
�tudiant d'une part les phon�mes et d'autre part les processus
phonologiques, structuralistes et g�n�rativistes ont proc�d� � des
analyses lin�aires.
Au cours des vingt derni�res ann�es, cette orientation segmento-lin�aire
a perdu de son importance, et ce dans deux directions oppos�es : D'un
c�t�, les probl�mes suprasegmentaux ou prosodiques ont provoqu� un
int�r�t toujours croissant ? on s'est � nouveau pench� sur les
diff�rents aspects des structures syllabiques, rythmiques ou m�lodiques
qui caract�risent les �nonc�s oraux. D'autres chercheurs, par contre,
ont proc�d� dans le sens oppos� et ont surmont� l'orientation segmentale
en abordant plut�t les caract�ristiques subsegmentales. Ainsi les traits
(features) se sont vus attribuer une nouvelle importance : Tandis que la
phonologie autosegmentale les a d�gag�s de leur stricte d�pendance des
segments, la phonologie articulatoire pr�conise une plus grande prise en
consid�ration des donn�es phon�tico-articulatoires.
Il est temps de tirer le bilan de ces d�bats et d'exposer l'�tat actuel
de la phon�tique et de la phonologie dans le cadre de la linguistique
romane. L'objet de la section sera de rassembler les repr�sentants des
diff�rentes approches et de discuter le potentiel innovateur que
pourrait apporter aux probl�mes tant synchroniques que diachroniques une
r�orientation de la phonologie vers les conceptions sub- et
suprasegmentales.

Contact :

Trudel Meisenburg, Universit�t Osnabr�ck, Fachbereich Sprach- und
Literaturwissenschaft, Neuer Graben 40, D-49069 Osnabr�ck,
Tel.: 0541 / 969-4340, Fax: 0541 / 969-4256,
tmeisenbuos.de

Maria Selig, Humboldt-Universit�t zu Berlin, Philosophische Fakult�t II,
Institut f�r Romanistik, Unter den Linden 6, D-10099 Berlin,
Tel.: 030 / 2093 5118, Fax: 030 / 2093 5119,
maria.seligrz.hu-berlin.de

Date limite de soumission (propositions de communications) : 15 Novembre
2000
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Message 2: NAACL'01 Workshops-Call for Proposals

Date: Mon, 28 Aug 2000 15:14:53 EDT
From: Priscilla Rasmussen <rasmussecs.rutgers.edu>
Subject: NAACL'01 Workshops-Call for Proposals



 CALL FOR WORKSHOP PROPOSALS

 The organizers of the Second Meeting of 
 the North American Chapter of the ACL (Association for Computational Linguistics) 
 to be held in conjunction with the NAACL 2001 Conference. The
 workshops, including the Student Research Workshop
 (http://www.eecis.udel.edu/~aclstu/naacl01-student/), will meet on
 June 3-4, 2001, preceding the main conference (June 5-7) and in
 parallel with EMNLP-2001.

 We welcome proposals on any topic of interest to the ACL community.
 We also encourage proposals involving outreach to areas outside the
 traditional foci of ACL meetings, such as speech recognition,
 information retrieval, data mining, and biological sequence
 analysis; and proposals involving the integration of perspectives
 and techniques from different fields.

 SUBMISSION DETAILS

 Please see the NAACL policy on workshops
 (available at http://www.naacl.org/archives.htm),
 which contains information about financing, sponsorship, and so on.

 Proposals for workshops should contain:
 * A title and brief (< 500 word) description of the workshop
 topic and goals.

 * A budget proposal.

 * The target audience and expected number of participants.

 * Any special requirements for technical needs (computer
 infrastructure, etc.)

 Proposals should be submitted by electronic mail, in plain ASCII text,
 by October 24.

 Please e-mail proposals and any inquiries to
 wkspscs.cornell.edu
 or send mail to:
 Lillian Lee
 NAACL 2001 Workshops Chair
 Department of Computer Science
 Cornell University
 Ithaca, NY 14853-7501

 IMPORTANT DATES

 Submission deadline for workshop proposals: October 24, 2000
 Notification of acceptance of workshop proposals: November 13, 2000
 Workshop descriptions due to workshop chair: January 5, 2001
 Workshop material for reproduction due to workshop chair: March 9, 2000
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