LINGUIST List 13.3101

Tue Nov 26 2002

Qs: Linguists Sought, Neogrammarians & Morphology

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  1. wagner anne, NLP &/or Computational Linguists Sought
  2. Dan Everett, Neogrammarians and morphological theory

Message 1: NLP &/or Computational Linguists Sought

Date: Mon, 25 Nov 2002 03:13:33 -0800 (PST)
From: wagner anne <>
Subject: NLP &/or Computational Linguists Sought

Dear List Members,

I am a Researcher at the Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique
(C.N.R.S.) in the Laboratoire de Linguistique Informatique (dir. :
Pr. Gaston Gross). I have a PhD in law, and I have studied
linguistics (and more specially computer linguistics) at the
Sorbonne. I would like to get in touch with researchers in France (I
already have contacts, here, of course... but certainly not with all
persons involved in this field) and abroad who study computer
linguistics or natural language processing APPLIED TO THE LAW.

I am also very interested in knowing what research has been undertaken
(or is underway) - again in France and abroad - on Artificial
Intelligence AND THE LAW. Any information (bibliography, websites
etc...) would be very much welcome.

Our team of research - "Axe Langue du Droit du Laboratoire de
Linguistique Informatique" - brings together lawyers, linguists and
computer scientists... and we would be very happy to launch new
projects on a national or an international level. Of course, all the
answers to this message will be put on the List in the near future.

And, the Laboratoire would be very happy to organize (on a rather
informal basis)a Conference next Spring bringing together researchers
involved in these three fields (law, linguistics, computer science) in
order to exchange informations... and perhaps set up new projects.

Best regards to all

Christine Chodkiewicz
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Message 2: Neogrammarians and morphological theory

Date: Mon, 25 Nov 2002 07:02:25 +0000
From: Dan Everett <>
Subject: Neogrammarians and morphological theory

I am looking for sources that offer substantive discussion of
neogrammarians' views of morphological structure and theory. I will
post a summary if there is a sufficent number of replies.


Dan Everett 
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