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Calls: Artificial Intelligence, Semantics/Ling Theory

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  1. Jean ROYAUTE, Terminology and Artificial Intelligence (TIA-2001)
  2. Anna Szabolcsi, Semantics and Linguistic Theory 11

Message 1: Terminology and Artificial Intelligence (TIA-2001)

Date: Tue, 28 Nov 2000 14:18:40 +0100
From: Jean ROYAUTE <Royauteinist.fr>
Subject: Terminology and Artificial Intelligence (TIA-2001)




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 Second call for papers
 TIA-2001

 4th meeting "Terminology and Artificial Intelligence"
 3-4 May 2001, Nancy, France

Due to the availability of ever-increasing amount of information
institutions, companies and laboratories are facing new problems
related in particular to scale effects and the diversity of technical
texts. A full range of tasks, from accessing text corpora to
processing lexical data, is now being entrusted to terminology. As a
result, terminology has to enrich and strengthen its links with
related disciplines, including linguistics, knowledge engineering and
information sciences. Thus, terminological work makes use of
linguistic and /or numeric techniques to process natural language
items (especially terms) and of artificial intelligence techniques for
their formalization.

These techniques share a number of methods and objec tives as well as
a common goal:

 - the same starting point: corpus-based data acquistion;
 - the same objectives: corpus-based domain modeling with or without 
 formalization, depending on the type of application (artificial
 intelligence or not);
 - the same goal: production of terminological resources 
 (machine-readable dictionaries for machine translation, indexing,
 filtering); ontologies, knowledge-based systems, corporate
 memories.

The TIA Conference aims at promoting convergence and synergy among
such disciplines in order to develop and evaluate corpus-processing
methodologies, requiring refined natural language processing and
artificial intelligence techniques. The end results of those
investigations should help build relevant terminological data for
specific applications on a systematic basis.

The 4th TIA Conference will be an opportunity to explore some of the
unsolved problems raised in corpus-based acquisition of terminological
data, in the analysis of lexical behavior in specialized corpora, in
knowledge modeling and formalization of the resulting data.

You are invited to propose a paper in the following topics:

 - Meaning theories and the question of specialized texts;
 - Terminology and ontologies;
 - Exploitation of corpus-based term extraction;
 - Terminology and knowledge modeling / formalization
 - Terminological knowledge bases;
 - Terminological resources for information retrieval;
 - Problems of multilingual terminology;
 - Reusability in linguistics and knowledge engineering
 - Tools and applications.

This TIA Conference, which follows TIA'95 (Villetaneuse), TIA'97
(Toulouse) and TIA'99 (Nantes), is organized by the TIA Working Group
( http://www.biomath.jussieu.fr/TIA/ ). This group gathers researchers
in linguistics, artificial intelligence and natural language
processing. It was created to allow a confrontation between the
theoretical and methodological frameworks as well as between the
practices developed in each discipline. Submitted papers (in French or
in English) will be reviewed by an international program committee
composed of members of the TIA Working Group and of invited experts.


INVITED LECTURES

 Henri Boccon-Gibod (EDF, Division R&D, Clamart)
 "Terminology and industrial applications"

 Gregory Grefenstette (Xerox Research Centre Europe, Grenoble)
 "Multi-lingualism and language engineering"


PROGRAM COMMITTEE

Chair : Monique Slodzian (CRIM-INALCO, Paris)

 Sophia Ananiadou (University of Salford)
 Nathalie Aussenac-Gilles (IRIT, Toulouse)
 Bruno Bachimont (INA, Bry sur Marne)
 Roberto Basili (University of Roma)
 Brigitte Bi�bow (LIPN, Villetaneuse)
 Jacques Bouaud (DIAM/SIM/DSI/AP-HP, Paris)
 Didier Bourigault (ERSS, CNRS Toulouse)
 Jean Charlet (DIAM/SIM/DSI/AP-HP, Paris)
 St�phane Chaudiron (Minist�re de la Recherche &Universit� Paris 10)
 Anne Condamines (ERSS, CNRS Toulouse)
 Rose Dieng-Kuntz (INRIA, Sophia-Antipolis)
 Chantal Enguehard (IRIN, Nantes)
 Gregory Grefenstette (Xerox Research Centre Europe, Grenoble)
 Beno�t Habert (LIMSI, CNRS & Universit� Paris 10)
 Udo Hahn (University of Freiburg)
 John Humbley (CTN, CNRS Villetaneuse)
 Daniel Kayser (LIPN, Villetaneuse)
 Ingrid Meyer (University of Ottawa)
 Jennifer Pearson (Universit� of Dublin)
 Fran�ois Rastier (INALF, CNRS, Paris)
 Fran�ois Rousselot (LIIA-ENSAI, Strasbourg)
 Jean Royaut� (INIST, CNRS, Nancy)
 Sylvie Szulman (LIPN, Villetaneuse)
 Philippe Thoiron (Universit� Louis Lumi�re, Lyon)
 Yannick Toussaint (LORIA-INRIA, Nancy)
 Marc Van Campenhoudt (Termisti, Bruxelles)
 Pierre Zweigenbaum (DIAM/SIM/DSI/AP-HP, Paris)


ORGANIZING COMMITTEE

 Jean Royaut� (Organizing chair), Dominique Besagni, Claire Fran�ois,
 Patricia Gautier, Xavier Polanco, Ivana Roche (URI, INIST-CNRS),
 Fidelia Ibekwe-Sanjuan (Universit� Nancy 2, IUT A), Yannick Toussaint
 (LORIA-INRIA)

The conference will take place at INIST, the Institute for Scientific 
and Technical Information of the French National Center for 
Scientific Research (CNRS), in Nancy, and will also offer the 
opportunity to highlight the convergence between documentation and 
terminology.


DEADLINES

 Submission due date: January 15, 2001
 Notification date: February 25, 2001
 Camera ready date: March 15, 2001

SUBMISSION FORMAT

Papers submitted, in French or English, should not exceed 10 pages of
text in Times 12 with single line-spacing, i.e. approximately 3000
words, figures, examples and references included. Soumissions should
include on an additional page :

 Author name(s)
 Affiliation(s)
 Address(es) (fax and e-mail)
 Title of soumission
 Key-words (5-10)
 Abstract (300 words max.)

Papers should be sent by regular mail to:

Monique SLODZIAN
CRIM-INALCO
Program Committee of TIA-2001
2, rue de Lille - 75343
PARIS cedex 07


E-mail submission should be sent to <Monique.Slodzianinalco.fr> or 
<tia2001inist.fr>

Details concerning the conference organization will be given later on
the conferences websites:

 http://www.inist.fr/TIA2001/index.htm and 
 http://www.biomath.jussieu.fr/TIA and on various lists.


 Contact : Patricia Gautier & Jean Royaut� - URI-INIST-CNRS
 2 all�e du Parc de Brabois F-54514 VANDOEUVRE Cedex
 Tel.: +33 (0)3 83 50 46 70 - tia2001inist.fr 

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 Deuxi�me appel � communication
 TIA-2001

 Quatri�me rencontre " Terminologie et Intelligence Artificielle "
 3-4 mai 2001, Nancy


Sous l'effet de l'information en r�seau, institutions, entreprises
et laboratoires se trouvent aujourd'hui confront�s aux probl�mes
consid�rables pos�s par la taille et la diversit� des documents
sp�cialis�s. Acc�der � ces corpus textuels, les filtrer, les traiter, les stocker, les impl�menter sur des syst�mes
informatiques, telles sont, entre autres, les t�ches auxquelles doit
r�pondre la terminologie. Devant de tels enjeux, la terminologie, en
tant que discipline, doit �tablir des relations coop�ratives avec
un ensemble de disciplines allant de la linguistique �
l'ing�nierie des connaissances en passant par les sciences de
l'information.

La pratique terminologique fait notamment appel � des techniques
linguistiques et /ou num�riques pour manipuler les unit�s de la langue
naturelle (en particulier les terminologies) et � des techniques
d'intelligence artificielle pour la formalisation de ces donn�es.

Ces techniques partagent des m�thodes, des objectifs et une m�me
finalit� :

 - m�me point de d�part : elles partent de corpus pour l'acquisition 
 de donn�es linguistiques destin�es � la constitution de
 terminologies ;
 - m�me objectif : la mod�lisation de domaines � partir de corpus, 
 sans formalisation dans le cas d'une production linguistique, avec
 formalisation du domaine dans le cas d'une application requ�rant
 les techniques de l'I.A ;
 - m�me vis�e applicative : ressources terminologiques, dictionnaires 
 �lectroniques pour la traduction automatique, pour l'indexation,
 pour le filtrage, etc., ontologies, syst�mes � base de
 connaissances, m�moires d'entreprise (dans le cadre d'applications
 relevant de l'I.A).

L'objectif de la conf�rence TIA est de faire �merger les
convergencesy"20 et les coop�rations possibles entre ces
disciplines pour �laborer �t tester des m�thodes de travail
sur corpus, associ�es � des techniquesy"20 de traitement
automatique de la langue et d'intelligence artificielle, afin de
constituer, de mani�re syst�matique, les donn�es
terminologiques pertinentes en fonction des applications.

Les quatri�mes rencontres TIA serviront � explorer les nombreuses
questions rest�es ouvertes en mati�re d'acquisition de connaissances
terminologiques � partir de corpus, d'analyse du fonctionnement
lexicologique en corpus sp�cialis�, de mod�lisation et de
formalisation de ces connaissances, toujours dans le cas
d'applications pr�cises.

Vous �tes invit� � y participer en proposant une communication sur
l'un des th�mes ci-dessous :

 - Th�ories du sens et la question des textes sp�cialis�s
 - Terminologie et ontologies
 - Exploitation de l'extraction de termes en corpus
 - Terminologie et mod�lisation / formalisation des connaissances
 - Bases de connaissances terminologiques
 - Ressources terminologiques pour la recherche d'information
 - Probl�mes de la terminologie multilingue
 - R�utilisabilit� en ing�nierie linguistique et ing�nierie des connaissances
 - Outils et applications

Le Groupe TIA (http://www.biomath.jussieu.fr/TIA/), est organisateur
de cette conf�rence qui fait suite aux conf�rences TIA'95
(Villetaneuse), TIA'97 (Toulouse) et TIA'99 (Nantes). Fond� sous
l'�gide du PRC-IA et de l'AFIA en 1994, � pr�sent groupe AFIA/PRC-I3,
ce groupe rassemble des chercheurs en linguistique, en intelligence
artificielle et en traitement automatique des langues. Il a �t� cr��
pour permettre une confrontation entre les cadres th�oriques et
m�thodologiques ainsi qu'entre les pratiques d�velopp�es dans chaque
discipline.

Les propositions de communications (en anglais ou en fran�ais) seront
soumises � un comit� de programme international constitu� des membres
du groupe TIA et d'experts des domaines concern�s.


CONFERENCIERS INVITES

 Henri Boccon-Gibod (EDF, Division R&D, Clamart)
 "Terminologie et applications industrielles"

 Gregory Grefenstette (Xerox Research Centre Europe, Grenoble)
 " Multilinguisme et ing�nierie linguistique "


COMITE DE PROGRAMME

Pr�sidente : Monique Slodzian (CRIM-INALCO, Paris)

 Sophia Ananiadou (University of Salford)
 Nathalie Aussenac-Gilles (IRIT, Toulouse)
 Bruno Bachimont (INA, Bry sur Marne)
 Roberto Basili (Universit� de Rome)
 Brigitte Bi�bow (LIPN, Villetaneuse)
 Jacques Bouaud (DIAM/SIM/DSI/AP-HP, Paris)
 Didier Bourigault (ERSS, CNRS Toulouse)
 Jean Charlet (DIAM/SIM/DSI/AP-HP, Paris)
 St�phane Chaudiron (Minist�re de la Recherche &Universit� Paris 10)
 Anne Condamines (ERSS, CNRS Toulouse)
 Rose Dieng-Kuntz (INRIA, Sophia-Antipolis)
 Chantal Enguehard (IRIN, Nantes)
 Gregory Grefenstette (Xerox Research Centre Europe, Grenoble)
 Beno�t Habert (LIMSI, CNRS & Universit� Paris 10)
 Udo Hahn (Universit� de Fribourg)
 John Humbley (CTN, CNRS Villetaneuse)
 Daniel Kayser (LIPN, Villetaneuse)
 Ingrid Meyer (Universit� d'Ottawa)
 Jennifer Pearson (Universit� de Dublin)
 Fran�ois Rastier (INALF, CNRS, Paris)
 Fran�ois Rousselot (LIIA-ENSAI, Strasbourg)
 Jean Royaut� (INIST, CNRS, Nancy)
 Sylvie Szulman (LIPN, Villetaneuse)
 Philippe Thoiron (Universit� Louis Lumi�re, Lyon)
 Yannick Toussaint (LORIA-INRIA, Nancy)
 Marc Van Campenhoudt (Termisti, Bruxelles)
 Pierre Zweigenbaum (DIAM/SIM/DSI/AP-HP, Paris)


COMITE D'ORGANISATION

 Jean Royaut� (Pr�sident), Dominique Besagni, Claire Fran�ois, 
 Patricia Gautier, Xavier Polanco, Ivana Roche (URI, INIST-CNRS), 
 Fidelia Ibekwe-Sanjuan (Universit� Nancy 2, IUT A),
 Yannick Toussaint (LORIA-INRIA)

Les rencontres se d�rouleront � l'INIST - Nancy (Institut de 
l'Information Scientifique et Technique du CNRS) et seront aussi 
l'occasion de mettre en �vidence les convergences entre documentation
et terminologie.


CALENDRIER

 Date limite de soumission : 15 janvier 2001
 Notification aux auteurs : 25 f�vrier 2001
 Date de r�ception des versions d�finitives ; 15 mars 2001

FORMAT DES SOUMISSIONS

Les articles soumis, en fran�ais ou en anglais, ne devront pas 
d�passer 10 pages en Times 12, espacement simple, soit environ 3000 
mots, figures, exemples et r�f�rences compris. Les soumissions devront 
contenir, sur une page s�par�e, les �l�ments suivants :

 noms d'auteur(s)
 affiliation(s)
 adresse(s) (fax et e-mail)
 titre de la soumission
 5 � 10 mots cl�s
 r�sum� (300 mots maximum)

Les articles devront parvenir au comit� de programme sous forme 
papier l'adresse suivante :

Monique SLODZIAN
CRIM-INALCO
Comit� de Programme TIA-2001
2, rue de Lille - 75343
PARIS cedex 07


ou sous forme �lectronique, aux adresses �lectroniques :
<Monique.Slodzianinalco.fr> ou <tia2001inist.fr>

Les d�tails concernant l'organisation de la conf�rence seront 
diffus�s ult�rieurement sur la toile : 
 
 http://www.inist.fr/TIA2001/index.htm et 
 http://www.biomath.jussieu.fr/TIA/ et sur diff�rentes listes.

 Contact : Patricia Gautier & Jean Royaut� - URI-INIST-CNRS
 2 all�e du Parc de Brabois F-54514 VANDOEUVRE Cedex
 T�l : +33 (0)3 83 50 46 70 - tia2001inist.fr 

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Message 2: Semantics and Linguistic Theory 11

Date: Tue, 28 Nov 2000 21:44:25 -0500
From: Anna Szabolcsi <anna.szabolcsinyu.edu>
Subject: Semantics and Linguistic Theory 11


	 	 Semantics and Linguistic Theory
			11th Annual Meeting
			New York University
			 May 11-13, 2001

			 Invited speakers
Maria Bittner, Paul Dekker, Kit Fine, Barry Schein, Tanya Reinhart

		 	 Second call for papers
			Deadline: January 16, 2001	
		

SALT 11 invites submissions for 30-minute presentations, with an additional
10 minutes for discussion, on any topic pertaining to natural language
semantics, with relevance to linguistic theory. Abstracts will be up to 2
pages long, with 1-inch (2.5 cm) margins on all four sides, with a 12-pt
font. In the interest of fairness, these limitations will be strictly
enforced. Any person can submit one abstract as a sole author and one as a
co-author.

We ask you to submit novel results. If however your work has been presented
at meetings significantly more local or more specialized than SALT, that
should not prevent you from rethinking it to fit the interests of this
audience. We especially encourage abstracts presenting larger scale
innovative approaches.

Please submit 7 anonymous copies, plus one original with the author's name
and affiliation for the abstracts booklet. Please also attach a file card
with your name, abstract title, full surface and email addresses. Abstracts
should reach us by
			 January 16 (Tuesday), 2001.
We have extended the original deadline because 1/15 is a federal holiday
without mail delivery. Please note that we will not be able to consider
abstracts that arrive, for whatever reason, after 1/16.

Abstracts should be sent to the 
SALT 11 Organizing Committee, 
Dept. of Linguistics, 
New York University, 
719 Broadway, 5th floor, 
New York, NY, 10003 
USA

Please send inquiries to saltnyu.edu.

We are not accepting electronic submissions in the place of hard copies.
You may however additionally email us a pdf and a ps file of your anonymous
abstract; this may enable us to reach some reviewers faster. If you choose
to send us pdf+ps files, please make the abstract title the file name, and
email the files to saltnyu.edu, with subject line "salt:
title-of-your-abstract". 

For hotel and hostel information, please see the SALT 11 page at
http://www.nyu.edu/gsas/dept/lingu/
Please be sure to make reservations very early.




Anna Szabolcsi					
Dept. of Linguistics, New York University
719 Broadway, #501, NY, NY 10003
tel (212) 998 7956, fax (212) 995 4707		
http://www.nyu.edu/gsas/dept/lingu/
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