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LINGUIST List 16.2368

Fri Aug 12 2005

Confs: Computational Ling/Chinese/Jeju Island, Korea

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        1.    Gina-Anne Levow, 4th SIGHAN Workshop on Chinese Language Processing

Message 1: 4th SIGHAN Workshop on Chinese Language Processing
Date: 09-Aug-2005
From: Gina-Anne Levow <levowcs.uchicago.edu>
Subject: 4th SIGHAN Workshop on Chinese Language Processing

4th SIGHAN Workshop on Chinese Language Processing
Short Title: SIGHAN4

Date: 14-Oct-2005 - 15-Oct-2005
Location: Jeju Island, Korea, Republic of
Contact: Gina-Anne Levow
Contact Email: levowcs.uchicago.edu
Meeting URL: http://www.sighan.org/swclp4/

Linguistic Field(s): Computational Linguistics

Subject Language(s): Chinese, Mandarin (CHN)

Meeting Description:

Call for Participation

Early Registration Deadline: August 20, 2005

Growing interest in Chinese Language Processing is leading to the development of
resources such as annotated corpora, automatic word segmenters, part-of-speech
taggers and parsers. As more resources have become available recently, it is
crucial to create a platform that allows easy exchange of information and data
and the comparison of different approaches to various NLP tasks. The SIGHAN
workshops provide a forum where the latest research in these areas can be shared.

IJCNLP-05 in Korea will provide an opportunity to bring together again
influential as well as aspiring researchers from Hong Kong, Mainland China,
Singapore, and Taiwan and other interested Chinese language researchers from
around the world, to deliberate and interact on a range of NLP issues.

The first day of the workshop will consist of papers on all aspects of Chinese
language processing. Accepted papers cover topics including segmentation, POS
tagging, parsing, named entity recognition, semantics, text categorization and
discourse and dialogue. The second half-day of the workshop will present results
from the Second International Chinese Segmentation Bakeoff currently underway.

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