LINGUIST List 14.2775

Tue Oct 14 2003

Confs: Applied Linguistics/Tokyo, Japan

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Message 1: Linguistic Informatics - State of the Art and Future

Date: Mon, 13 Oct 2003 04:37:29 +0000
From: ykawa <ykawatufs.ac.jp>
Subject: Linguistic Informatics - State of the Art and Future

Linguistic Informatics - State of the Art and Future 
Date: 13-Dec-2003 - 14-Dec-2003
Location: Tokyo, Japan
Contact: Yuji Kawaguchi
Contact Email: ykawatufs.ac.jp 
Meeting URL: 
http://www.coelang.tufs.ac.jp/modules/conference/Tufsconference_ja_Ver8.1.htm


Linguistic Sub-field: Applied Linguistics 

Meeting Description:
Linguistic Informatics - State of the Art and Future -
Computer Assisted Linguistics, Corpus Linguistics and Applied
Linguistics
TOKYO (JAPAN) 13 (Sat.) - 14 (Sun.) December 2003
Tokyo University of Foreign Studies (TUFS)

This international conference forms a part of the scientific projects
at Tokyo University of Foreign Studies, COE (Center of Excellence)
Program. It is widely believed that linguistic theories and
information technology have influenced foreign language
education. However the interaction of these three domains has not
brought about new scientific results. The present COE program will
meet such a scientific need. On the basis of computer sciences, an
overall integration of theoretical and applied linguistics will be
realized through the theoretical analysis of linguistic usages of
different languages and their application to second language
teaching. We name this new synthetic field Linguistic Informatics. In
this international conference, the state of the art in Linguistic
Informatics and its future will be recognized.
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