LINGUIST List 14.1381

Wed May 14 2003

FYI: New Lang Modeling List; NASSLLI Student Funding

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  1. Michael Kuehn, Lamo4tem mailing list
  2. NASSLLI'03 Bloomington, Indiana, NASSLLI funding available

Message 1: Lamo4tem mailing list

Date: Tue, 13 May 2003 10:34:51 +0000
From: Michael Kuehn <>
Subject: Lamo4tem mailing list

Mailing list on

		 Language Modeling for
		 Text Entry Methods

This mailing list discusses the gains and costs of language modeling
for text entry methods as applied in different areas like mobile
computing, asian text input or alternative and augmentative

People working on this topic at the border of human-computer
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information and opinions on systems, methodology, resources,
evaluation, applications, projects, etc. concerning the utilization of
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Message 2: NASSLLI funding available

Date: Wed, 14 May 2003 08:08:36 -0500 (EST)
From: NASSLLI'03 Bloomington, Indiana <>
Subject: NASSLLI funding available

NASSLLI has recently received some funds that we'd like
to use to support student attendance.

If you are interested, please send us a letter saying that you are
planning to attend NASSLLI, what your field of study is and how far
along you are, and how much of the expenses for NASSLLI you are paying
yourself. Please also ask your adivsor, or a faculty person who knows
you well, to also send us a short note. We expect to have a
reasonable number of $100 registration reductions available.

If you already registered for NASSLLI, you still can apply for the

Please send all correspondence to

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