LINGUIST List 12.1040

Thu Apr 12 2001

Calls: Comp Ling, Terminology/Artificial Intelligence

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  1. Ning Zhong, IEEE Data Mining 2001
  2. Ivana ROCHE, Terminology & Artificial Intelligence - TIA 2001

Message 1: IEEE Data Mining 2001

Date: Thu, 12 Apr 2001 11:16:52 +0900 (JST)
From: Ning Zhong <>
Subject: IEEE Data Mining 2001

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 ICDM '01: The 2001 IEEE International Conference on Data Mining
 Sponsored by the IEEE Computer Society
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 San Jose, California, USA
 November 29 - December 2, 2001
 Home Page:

 IEEE ICDM 2001: Call for Workshop Proposals

As an important part of the 2001 IEEE International Conference on Data
Mining (ICDM '01), the ICDM '01 workshops program will focus on new
research challenges and initiatives in data mining. It will provide a
venue for several topical workshops on specific data mining research
and/or application problems. ICDM '01 workshops will foster the
discussion of exciting research directions and works in progress
through paper presentations, round table and panel discussions, and
invited talks. We especially encourage workshop submissions that
capitalize on the location of the conference in Silicon Valley by
targeting an audience from both industry and academia.

Workshop chairs define the focus and structure of each workshop.
Responsibilities include (1) writing the call for papers and
publicizing it, (2) selecting the workshop organizing and program
committees, and (3) deciding the workshop program content.

Submission Instructions

June 15, 2001: Workshop proposals are due.

Workshop proposals should be sent via email to the ICDM '01 Workshops
Chair, Johannes Gehrke (

A workshop proposal should include the following information: 

 (1) Workshop title 
 (2) Workshop organizers with full contact information 
 (3) Description of the workshop including objectives, content, and
 format of the workshop
 (4) List of potential attendees
 (5) List of potential authors of workshop contributions 

June 29, 2001: Notification of workshop proposal acceptance.

Suggested Timeline for Workshop Chairs

 July 13, 2001: Workshop call for papers has been sent out. 
 September 14, 2001: Workshop paper submissions due. 
 October 12, 2001: Workshop paper acceptance notices. 
 October 26, 2001: Camera-ready version of workshop papers due. 
 November 29, 2001: Workshop takes place. 
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Message 2: Terminology & Artificial Intelligence - TIA 2001

Date: Thu, 12 Apr 2001 10:50:53 +0200
From: Ivana ROCHE <>
Subject: Terminology & Artificial Intelligence - TIA 2001

 deadline extension : April 20th, 2001 

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

TIA 2001 is at the junction of scientific fields like linguistics, terminology
and computer science which have both distinct and complementary
approaches. In recent years, many emerging computer applications have
undertaken tasks involving terminology, term extraction, active exploration
of corpora, conceptual domain modeling, analysis of large corpora with
the aim of extracting information. 

The existence of these applications that rely on interactive as well as
automated text analysis procedures have proven their feasibility and 
usefulness. We invite proposals for demonstrations of applications in the
fields covered by the conference. 

Theoretically, each demonstration will be held once (see Program).
Demonstration sessions will be planned separately from break times. 
Demonstrators can use a poster to illustrate their applications.

The proposal should describe the computer application in one page. The 
description should include:

- name(s) of author(s);
- employer or affiliated institution; 
- description of application ; 
- computer ressources needed.
The proposal should be sent along with the Technical form that the authors 
can download from the conference web
site ( ).

Your proposal should be sent in triplicate before April 20th, 2001 : 
- by regular mail to the chairperson of the organizing comittee
Jean Royaut�
2, all�e du Parc de Brabois
F-54514 VANDOEUVRE Cedex 
- email submission should be sent to

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 -

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