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Mon Jun 06 2005

FYI: Second Call for Papers/Journal: TAL

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Message 1: Second Call for Papers/Journal: TAL
Date: 06-Jun-2005
From: joan busquets <busquetsu-bordeaux3.fr>
Subject: Second Call for Papers/Journal: TAL


SECOND CALL FOR PAPERS

MODELS AND ALGORITHMS FOR ANAPHORA RESOLUTION SPECIAL ISSUE OF THE JOURNAL TAL,
COORDINATORS: JOAN BUSQUETS AND DANIEL HARDT

Anaphora is a central topic in a variety of areas, including NLP,
Linguistics and Cognitive Science. Anaphoric relations are an important
source of information about textual cohesion among discourse segments.
Furthermore, anaphoric relations interact in interesting ways with a wide
range of syntactic, semantic, and pragmatic aspects of reference and
co-reference.

In recent years, a variety of computational approaches have been proposed
for problems of anaphora resolution; some of these rely on corpus-based
approaches, while others are based on regularities and principles from the
theoretical linguistics literature. In this special issue, we seek
contributions which contribute further to this progress. Of particular
interest are approaches in which both corpus-based methods and theoretical
linguistics play an important role.

LIST OF TOPICS
1. Pronominal anaphora
2. Ellipsis
3. Zero Anaphora
4. Propositional anaphora
5. Associative anaphora
6. Constraints common to different types of anaphora
7. Anaphora and discourse structure
8. Anaphora and information packaging

THE JOURNAL
(see http://www.atala.org/ or http://tal.revuesonline.com/)
TAL (Traitement Automatique des Langues/Natural Language
Processing) is a forty year old international journal edited by ATALA
(French Association for Natural Language Processing ) with the support of
CNRS (National Center for Scientific Research ). It is published and
distributed by Hermès Lavoisier.

FORMAT
Papers will be submitted in PDF format. Style sheets (Word and LateX) are
available for download at:
http://www.hermes-science.com/fr/ or, more precisely at
http://www.hermes-science.com/fr/cons_revues.html

LANGUAGE
Manuscripts may be submitted in English or French. French language is mandatory
for French speaking authors.

IMPORTANT DATES
Submission deadline : July 14
Acceptance/rejection notification : September 10
Revised papers : September 25

MAILING ADDRESS
Contributions (20 pages maximum) have to be sent by mail to
both addresses below :

busquetsu-bordeaux3.fr
dhid.cbs.dk

SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE
COMITE DE LECTURE SPECIFIQUE

Pascal AMSILI (Université Paris VII, France)
Nicholas ASHER (University of Texas, USA)
Amit BAGGA (Ask Jeeves Inc. USA)
Antonio BRANCO (University of Lisbon)
Francis CORBLIN (Université Paris IV, France)
Dan CRISTEA (University of Lasi, Romania)
Denis DELFITTO (University Venora ,Italy)
Richard EVANS (University of Wolverhampton, UK)
Robert FRANK (John Hopkins University, USA)
Claire GARDENT (CNRS/LORIA, France)
Ruslan MITKOV (University of Wolverhampton, UK)
Rafael MUÑOZ (Universidad Alicante, Spain)
Masaki MURATA (NICT, Japan)
Susanne SALMON-ALT, (ATILF, LORIA France)
François TROUILLEUX (U. Clermont II, France)
Bonnie WEBBER (University of Edinburgh, Scotland)



Linguistic Field(s): Computational Linguistics
Discourse Analysis
Linguistic Theories
Semantics
Syntax
Text/Corpus Linguistics


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