LINGUIST List 12.2335

Fri Sep 21 2001

Calls: Machine Translation, Semantics/Ling Theory

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Message 1: TMI 2002 - Machine Translation-2nd Call for Papers

Date: Wed, 19 Sep 2001 15:34:13 -0400
From: teruko+ <teruko+cs.cmu.edu>
Subject: TMI 2002 - Machine Translation-2nd Call for Papers


		 TMI 2002 - Second Call for Papers

 The 9th Conference on Theoretical and Methodological Issues 
			in Machine Translation 

			 March 13 - 17, 2002 

			 Keihanna, Japan

The ninth meeting of the TMI conference will be held March 13-17, 2002
near the historic cities of Nara and Kyoto in Japan.

The workshops and tutorials will be held jointly with the Natural
Language Processing Society, Japan.

Important Dates:
- --------------
 
 Paper Submissions: October 15, 2001 (Monday)
 Acceptance notification: December 10, 2001 (Monday)
 Camera-ready copies due: January 25, 2002 (Friday)

Submission Guidelines:
- --------------------
 
Authors are invited to submit substantial, original, and unpublished
research on any issues relevant to machine translation. Papers should
be in English, not longer than 10 pages (around 5,000 words),
including references. Topics of interest include, but are not limited
to:

 MT for the Web
 Practical MT (multilingual eCommerce, localization, etc.)
 Methodologies for MT (statistical, example-based, KBMT, ...)
 Speech and dialogue translation
 NLP techniques for MT
 Controlled language for MT
 Knowledge acquisition for MT systems 
 MT evaluation techniques and evaluation results
 MT for cross-lingual retrieval and question answering 

Format & Style Files:
- -------------------
 
Your paper should be prepared according to the following guidelines
(for authors using LaTeX, there is a style file tmi02.cls available,
which comes with a pair of style files for formatting examples,
gb4e.sty and cgloss4e.sty. 
See http://sevilla.mt.cs.cmu.edu/TMI2002/cfp.html):

-The font size should be no smaller than 11pt, and the paper size
 should be A4. 

-TMI uses an anonymous review process. Therefore, all
 papers should be submitted with a separate author ID page (in a
 separate file) that includes only the title of the paper, the topic
 area, and the author name(s) and address(es). The paper itself should
 begin with the title and an abstract, but should not include the names
 or addresses of the authors. 

-Papers should be submitted as .pdf files only. All papers will be
 submitted electronically; authors must first register before uploading
 papers to the program committee database (details coming soon on the
 Author Resource page). For bibliographic references, if the author's
 name(s) is/are part of the text, then only the date should be in
 brackets. E.g. "Huddleston (1988) introduced the term ...", not
 "(Huddleston 1988) introduced the term ..."
 
-Make sure your figures are not wider than the text. Don't forget to
 use italics for cited words, and double quotes for glosses. If you
 cite non-Roman script please cite as follows: NON-EUROPEAN
 transliteration "gloss" (the transliteration should be in italics).


Program Committee:
- ----------------

 Teruko Mitamura &
 Eric Nyberg (co-chairs) Carnegie Mellon
 Timothy Baldwin CSLI
 Christian Boitet Universit,Ai(B Joseph Fourier
 Andrew Bredenkamp University of Essex
 Lynn Carlson U.S. Department of Defense
 Satoru Ikehara Tottori University
 Hitoshi Isahara CRL Japan
 Kevin Knight USC-ISI
 Satoshi Sato Kyoto University
 Harold Somers UMIST
 Koichi Takeda TRL-IBM
 Hideki Tanaka ATR
 

TMI 2002 Officers:
- ----------------

Program Committee Chairs: 
 Teruko Mitamura and Eric Nyberg, Carnegie Mellon University, USA 

Publicity and Local Arrangements: 
 Francis Bond and Hiromi Nakaiwa, NTT Communication Science Laboratories, 
 Kyoto, Japan 

General Chair: 
 Sergei Nirenburg, Computing Research Lab, NMSU, USA 


Locations and Times:
- ------------------

TMI-2002 Papers and Panels (March 13-15 (Wed-Fri), 2002) 
 NTT Communication Science Laboratories, 
 NTT Keihanna building 
 2-4, Hikaridai, Seika-cho, 
 Soraku-gun, Kyoto, Japan, 619-0237 

Workshops/Tutorials (March 16-17 (Sat-Sun), 2002) 
 Keihanna Plaza, 
 1-7, Hikaridai, Seika-cho, 
 Soraku-gun, Kyoto, Japan, 619-0237 

TMI 2002 Home Page: http://www.kecl.ntt.co.jp/events/tmi/

TMI 2002 CFP: http://sevilla.mt.cs.cmu.edu/TMI2002/cfp.html


Questions for CFP? Please contact terukocs.cmu.edu or ehncs.cmu.edu
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Message 2: SALT 12 Call for papers

Date: Wed, 19 Sep 2001 16:06:14 -0700
From: salt <saltling.ucsd.edu>
Subject: SALT 12 Call for papers

			 CALL FOR PAPERS:

			 SALT 12

		 ABSTRACT DEADLINE: December 10, 2001
		 CONFERENCE DATES: March 8-10, 2002

	 Semantics and Linguistic Theory, co-hosted by
 University of California, San Diego and San Diego State University

			 Invited speakers:
 Robyn Carston, Donka Farkas, Jeff Pelletier, and Roger Schwarzschild

SALT 12 invites submissions for 30-minute presentations, with an
additional 10 minutes for discussion, on any topic in the semantic
analysis of natural language emphasizing the connection to linguistic
theory.

Abstracts must be no more than 2 pages long, and no more than 1200
words. Please leave at least a 1-inch (2.5 cm) margin on all four
sides, and use at least a 12-pt font. In the interest of fairness,
these limitations will be strictly enforced. Any person may submit at
most one abstract as sole author, and at most two abstracts in total.
Abstracts must arrive by December 10 (Monday), 2001; note that this
deadline is SIGNIFICANTLY EARLIER than last year's deadline, in order
to accommodate the earlier conference dates (traditional for West
Coast editions of SALT). We will not be able to consider abstracts
that arrive, for whatever reason, after the deadline.

We strongly prefer ELECTRONIC SUBMISSIONS. Please use PDF whenever
possible, but plain ASCII text and, if necessary, Microsoft Word are
acceptable. In order to be counted as meeting the deadline,
electronic submissions must be received on Monday 10 December 2001 by
11 PM Pacific Daylight time. Email submissions must include the
authors' names, affiliations, and contact information, bearing in mind
that the abstracts themselves must be STRICTLY ANONYMOUS. If you
decide to send abstracts through the mail, in addition to a sheet
giving names, affiliations, and contact information, please include 7
anonymous copies for refereeing. Abstracts should be sent to:

 email: saltling.ucsd.edu

 snail mail: SALT 12 Organizing Committee
 0108 Dept. of Linguistics
 9500 Gilman Drive
 La Jolla, CA 92093-0108
 USA

For hotel and other information, check the SALT web page at

		 http://ling.ucsd.edu/salt

The web site also provides a PDF version of this call that is suitable
for printing and posting--please post!
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