LINGUIST List 12.802

Thu Mar 22 2001

Calls: Terminology/AI, Spanish/Portuguese Acquisition

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  1. Jean ROYAUTE, Terminology and Artificial Intelligence (TIA-2001)
  2. Silvina Montrul, Acquisition of Spanish and Portuguese/5th Hispanic Ling Symposium

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

Date: Wed, 21 Mar 2001 11:03:22 +0100
From: Jean ROYAUTE <Royauteinist.fr>
Subject: Terminology and Artificial Intelligence (TIA-2001)


 CALL FOR PARTICIPATION
 TIA-2001

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

PROGRAM :

Details concerning the conference organization and registrations are on
the conference website: http://www.inist.fr/TIA2001/index.htm

Thursday may 3, 2001

9 h 00 -10 h 00 : Registration

10 h 00 - 10h 30 : Welcome and opening speech

10 h 30 - 11 h 30 
"La structuration de terminologie : une n�cessaire
coop�ration" , Thierry Hamon, Adeline Nazarenko,LIPN - Universit�
 Paris Nord
 
"Automatic acquisition of hyponymic relations from a medical terminology
based on adjectival modifiers", Olivier Bodenreider, Anita Burgun,
Thomas C. Rindflesch, U.S. National Library of Medicine

11 h 30 - 12 h 00 : Coffee break

12 h 00 - 13 h 00 : Invited lecture :
"Terminologie et applications industrielles",
Henri Boccon-Gibod (EDF, Division R&D, Clamart)

13 h 00 - 14 h 30 : Lunch

14 h 30 - 16 h 00 : 
"Expression du dysfonctionnement dans un corpus dialogique de la 
Navigation A�rienne : Mise � jour de r�gularit�s", Anne Condamines,
Pascale Vergely, ERSS et CENA

"Rep�rage de termes dans un corpus de vulgarisation : aspects
m�thodologiques", Val�rie DELAVIGNE, UMR CNRS 6065 -
Universit� de Rouen

"Construire un corpus web pour l'acquisition terminologique", Natalia
Grabar, Sophie Berland, DIAM-SIM/DSI AP-HP, CRIM-INALCO

16 h 00 - 16 h 30 : Coffee break

16 h30 - 18 h 30 : 
"Frame-based definitions and the selection of multiword term candidates in
 DOT", Willy Martin, Ulrich Heid, Universit�s d'Amsterdam et de Stuttgart

"Une comparaison raisonn�e des apports de la terminologie et de
l'intelligence artificielle pour servir et am�liorer la construction 
d'ontologies",
 Sylvie DESPRES, CRIP5, Universit� Ren� Descartes.

"Normalisation des �changes de donn�es en terminologie : le cas des
relations dites conceptuelles", Laurent Romary, Marc Van Campenhoudt,
LORIA, Termisti, Bruxelles.

"Mesurer l'�volution des connaissances d'un projet spatial", D. Galarreta,
CNES Toulouse


 Friday 4, 2001

8 h 30 - 9 h 00 : Reception

9 h 00 - 11 h 00 
"Vers un environnement int�gr� pour la structuration de terminologies:
TERMINAE" Sylvie Szulman, Brigitte Bi�bow, Nathalie Aussenac-Gilles,
 LIPN - Universit� Paris 13, IRIT Toulouse

"Building Domain Knowledge from Specialized Texts", Caroline Barri�re,

Terry Copeck, School of Information Technology and Engineering,
University of Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, K1N 6N5

"A contrastive approach to term extraction", R. Basili, A.Moschitti,
M.T. Pazienza, F.M. Zanzotto, University of Rome Tor Vergata

"Etude comparative de deux outils d'acquisition de termes complexes",
Agata Savary, LADL, LLI

11 h 00 - 12 h 00 : Coffee break (posters and demos are shown in parallel 
sessions)

Posters :
"Approche phras�ologique d'une extraction automatique de terminologie
 dans un corpus scientifique bilingue align�", Fr�rot C�cile, Rigou 
G�raldine,
Lacombe Annik, Universit� de Paris VII, INRA CRJ

"M�thodes d'analyse automatique de l'�volution terminologique au travers
 des variations rep�r�es dans les corpus diachroniques", Annie Tartier,
Institut de Recherche en Informatique de Nantes

"Grammaires locales et lexique-grammaire pour le filtrage par chunks",
Antonio BALVET, Universit� Paris X, Thomson-Csf Laboratoire Central
de Recherches

"Une Technologie d'Analyse S�mantique", Stephane Leroy, Elizabeth Bresson,
Tanneguy Dulong, ARISEM

"Extraction de termes � base nominale � partir d'un corpus bilingue 
align�",
Fran�ois MANIEZ, Centre de Recherche en Traduction et en Terminologie,

Universit� Lumi�re Lyon 2

"Hybrid Filtering for Extraction of Term Candidates from German,
Technical Texts", Munpyo Hong, Sisay Fissaha, Johann Haller, Institute of
Applied Information Science (IAI) at the University of Saarland

"From Text to Ontology : Extraction and representation of Conceptual
Information", Chantal P�rez Hernandez et Antonio Moreno Ortiz, 
Universit� de Malaga

12 h 00 - 13 h 00 :Invited lecture: 
"Multilinguisme et ing�nierie linguistique", Gregory Grefenstette 
(Xerox Research Centre Europe, Grenoble)

13 h 00 - 14 h 30 : Lunch

14 h 30 - 16 h 30 :
"R�utilisation de la nomenclature muti-axiale SNOMED pour mesurer une
distance s�mantique entre termes m�dicaux", C�dric Bousquet,
Marie-Christine Jaulent, Gilles Chatellier, Patrice Degoulet,
UFR-Broussais-H�tel Dieu, Sant� Publique et Informatique M�dicale

"Classement automatique de documents et analyse terminologique de
corpus", Guiraude LAME, Ecole Nationale Sup�rieure des Mines de Paris

"Extraction et exploitation de candidats termes en contexte pour la
navigation dans une m�moire d'entreprise", Maria Nava, Daniela Garcia,

Institut des Sciences Humaines Appliqu�es - Universit� de Paris-Sorbonne,
Electricit� de France, Division Recherche et D�veloppement

"Exploitation des ontologies pour la construction et l'exploitation de la
m�moire de projet-v�hicule", Joanna Golebiowska, Rose Dieng-Kuntz,
Olivier Corby, Didier Mousseau, INRIA-Sophia Antipolis

 16 h30 - 17 h 00 : Closure


GOALS :

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 Bachimond (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.






 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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Message 2: Acquisition of Spanish and Portuguese/5th Hispanic Ling Symposium

Date: Wed, 21 Mar 2001 09:01:49 -0600
From: Silvina Montrul <montrulstaff.uiuc.edu>
Subject: Acquisition of Spanish and Portuguese/5th Hispanic Ling Symposium

4th Conference on the
Acquisition of Spanish and Portuguese
as First and Second Languages
together with the
5th Hispanic Linguistics Symposium

October 11, 12, 13 and 14, 2001
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Invited Speakers
Jos� Igancio Hualde, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Susana L�pez-Ornat, Universidad Complutense de Madrid
Conxita Lle�, Universit�t Hamburg
Diane Musumeci, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Carmen Silva-Corval�n, University of Southern California
Juan Uriagereka, University of Maryland
Lydia White, McGill University

For the Conference on the Acquisition of Spanish and Portuguese
All topics in the field of first, second, bilingual and impaired acquisition of
Spanish, Portuguese or other Iberian languages (Catalan, Gallego, Basque, etc.)
will be fully considered.

For the Hispanic Linguistics Symposium
All topics in Hispanic Linguistics from different theoretical perspectives will
be fully considered.
Submission Guidelines for the two Conferences
1. Authors can submit two abstracts-one individual and one joint.
These can
be for one conference each or both for the same conference.
2. Five (5) copies of an anonymous, clearly titled one-page abstract
(single-spaced with 1 inch margin throughout, Times New Roman, 12 point font)
for review. There can be an additional page for references. 
3. One (1) copy of the same abstract with name and institutional
affiliation to include in the conference program.
4. For EACH author, an index card with the following information:
conference, title of paper, area or research, name, academic affiliation,
current/summer address, phone and fax number, e-mail, and audiovisual requests.


Abstracts submitted must represent original research. Presentations will be 20
minutes long, plus 10 minutes for questions. All authors who present papers at
the conference will be invited to contribute their papers to a refereed volume
of selected papers.

Deadline: All submissions must be received by May 1, 2001.
Send submissions to: Silvina Montrul (for the Acquisition conference) and
Francisco Ord��ez (for the Hispanic Linguistics Symposium), University of
Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Department of Spanish, Italian and Portuguese,
4080 Foreign Languages Building, MC-176, 707 S. Mathews Ave., Urbana, IL
61801, USA. e-mail: montruluiuc.edu and fordonezuiuc.edu.

See our website http://www.sip.uiuc.edu/conf2001 for more details on topics and
other updates

Silvina Montrul
Assistant Professor of Spanish, Linguistics, and SLATE
Department of Spanish, Italian & Portuguese
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
4080 Foreign Languages Building, MC-176
707 S. Mathews Ave.
Urbana, IL 61801
USA

Phone: (217) 244-4090
Fax: (217) 244-8430
e-mail: montruluiuc.edu
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