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LINGUIST List 17.1689

Sun Jun 04 2006

Calls: Morphology/France;Computational Ling/USA

Editor for this issue: Kevin Burrows <kevinlinguistlist.org>

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        1.    Nabil Hathout, Forum de Morphologie / 5e Décembrettes
        2.    John Edward, International Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Pattern Recognition

Message 1: Forum de Morphologie / 5e Décembrettes
Date: 02-Jun-2006
From: Nabil Hathout <Nabil.Hathoutuniv-tlse2.fr>
Subject: Forum de Morphologie / 5e Décembrettes

Full Title: Forum de Morphologie / 5e Décembrettes

Date: 07-Dec-2006 - 08-Dec-2006
Location: Toulouse, France
Contact Person: Fabio Montermini
Meeting Email: decembrettesuniv-tlse2.fr
Web Site: http://www.univ-tlse2.fr/erss/decembrettes2006/

Linguistic Field(s): Morphology

Call Deadline: 18-Jun-2006

Meeting Description:

The 'Décembrettes' is an annual conference which is organized by the Morphology
group within the ERSS. It brings together a number of French and foreign
scholars working in the field of morphology in Toulouse, on the first week in
December. The 2006 edition is organized in parallel with the Forum de
Morphologie, a morphology conference organized in France since 1997.


International Morphology Conference
Forum de Morphologie - 5e Décembrettes

Toulouse, December 7-8, 2006
Université de Toulouse - le Mirail

Analogy and lexical pressure in morphology

- Call for papers -

Note: The deadline for submission has been extended to June 18, 2006

The Forum de Morphologie originated from the collaboration of a group of French
researchers in the domain. In 1997 it organized in Lille its first international
morphology conference, which was followed by a second edition in Toulouse in
1999, and a third edition in Lille in 2002. The proceedings of these conferences
were published in the Silexicales series at the University of Lille III.

In parallel, the morphology component of the ERSS (UMR 5610) research unit
organizes since 2002 the ''Décembrettes'', a morphology conference which takes
place every year in Toulouse at the beginning of December, and which regularly
gathers French and foreign researchers.

In 2006 the two conferences will join to begin a single event called Forum de
Morphologie / 5e Décembrettes, which will take place in Toulouse on December, 7-8.

One of the two days of the conference will be devoted to a thematic session on
''Analogy and lexical pressure in morphology'', a topic both theoretically and
descriptively crucial for our scientific community. The second day there will be
a general session devoted to communications on any aspect of morphological research.

The organizers invite contribution proposals for 20 minutes talks on any domain
of morphological analysis; all theoretical perspectives are welcome.

Method of submission:
Abstracts, in English or in French, should be strictly anonymous and should
contain no more than 1.000 words. On a separate sheet, contributors should
indicate their name, affiliation and the e-mail address at which they wish to be
contacted. Abstracts should be sent by e-mail (preferably in PDF format, or in
RTF) to the following address: decembrettesuniv-tlse2.fr before May 31, 2006.

Invited speakers
Geert Booij (Leiden) ; Luigi Burzio (John Hopkins, Baltimore) ; Sergio Scalise

Scientific committee
Gilles Boyé (ERSS, Nancy 2) ; Georgette Dal (STL, Lille III) ; Bernard Fradin
(LLF, Paris 7) ; Nabil Hathout (ERSS, Toulouse - le Mirail) ; Françoise
Kerleroux (Modyco, Paris X) ; Fiammetta Namer (Atilf, Nancy 2) ; Marc Plénat
(ERSS, Toulouse - le Mirail) ; Florence Villoing (UMR 7023, Paris 8)

Selection committee
Denis Apothéloz (Atilf, Nancy 2) ; Teresa Cabré (U. Autónoma de Barcelona) ;
Hélène Giraudo (LPL, Aix-Marseille 1) ; Nicola Grandi (Milano Bicocca) ;
Laurence Labrune (ERSSAB, Bordeaux 3) ; Fabio Montermini (ERSS, Toulouse - le
Mirail) ; Jasmina Milicevic (Dalhousie) ; Vito Pirrelli (CNR, Pisa) ; Angela
Ralli (Patras) ; Michel Roché (ERSS, Toulouse - le Mirail) ; Christoph Schwarze

Calendar :

-March 2006 : first call for papers
-June 18, 2006 : extended deadline for abstracts submission
-July 15, 2006 : notification of acceptance
-September 2006 : definitive program
-December 7-8, 2006 : conference

Organizing committee
Christine Fèvre-Pernet; Nabil Hathout; Fabio Montermini; Nicole Serna

UMR 5610
Maison de la Recherche
Université de Toulouse-Le Mirail
5, allées Antonio Machado
F-31058 - Toulouse Cedex 9

Tel. 05-61-50-36-02
Fax 05-61-50-46-77
Web : http://www.univ-tlse2.fr/erss/decembrettes2006/
E-mail : decembrettesuniv-tlse2.fr
Message 2: International Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Pattern Recognition
Date: 02-Jun-2006
From: John Edward <jeedwardgmail.com>
Subject: International Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Pattern Recognition

Full Title: International Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Pattern
Short Title: AIPR-07

Date: 09-Jul-2007 - 12-Jul-2007
Location: Orlando, FL, USA
Contact Person: John Edward
Meeting Email: jeedwardgmail.com
Web Site: http://www.promoteresearch.org

Linguistic Field(s): Computational Linguistics; General Linguistics

Call Deadline: 01-Feb-2007

Meeting Description:

the 2007 International Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Pattern
Recognition (AIPR-07) will be held during 9-12 of July 2007 in Orlando, FL, USA.
AIPR is an important event in the areas of Artificial Intelligence (AI) as well
as Pattern Recognition (PR) and focuses on all areas of AI, PR and related
topics which include all aspects of linguistics. The conference will be held at
the same time and location where three other major events will be taking place.

The scope of the conference includes all areas of AI and PR and all related
areas. Sample topics include but WILL NOT be limited to:

Artificial neural networks
Automated problem solving
Bayesian-based methodologies
Brain modelling
Case-based reasoning
Cognitive approaches for pattern recognition
Cognitive modeling
Cognitive science
Collaborative learning and filtering
Computational biology
Computational intelligence for business intelligence
Computational needs of learning models
Computer vision and image analysis
Constraint-based reasoning and constraint programming
Content based image retrieval
Data mining & knowledge discovery
Decision support systems
Distributed AI algorithms and techniques
Distributed AI systems and architectures
Emerging technologies
Evaluation of AI tools
Evolutionary computing
Expert systems and applications
Feature selection and classification
Formal learning methods
Fuzzy logic and applications
Fuzzy Sets and applications
Game playing
Genetic algorithms
Grammatical inference
Graph-based learning
Hardware for pattern recognition and machine intelligence
Heuristic searching
Image processing
Information retrieval and data mining
Integration of AI with other technologies
Intelligent agents
Intelligent data mining and farming
Intelligent databases
Intelligent information fusion
Intelligent information systems
Intelligent networks
Intelligent software engineering
Intelligent tutoring systems
Intelligent user interface
Intelligent web-based business
Knowledge acquisition
Knowledge acquisition and discovery techniques
Knowledge discovery
Knowledge networks and management
Knowledge representation
Knowledge representation and management
Knowledge-intensive problem solving techniques
Languages and programming techniques for AI
Learning and adaptive sensor fusion
Machine learning
Machine translation
Medical imaging
Multisensor data fusion using neural and fuzzy techniques
Natural language processing
Neural networks and applications
ODE Methods and machine learning
Pattern recognition
Probabilistic reasoning
Reasoning strategies
Remote sensing
Robotics and applications
Rough sets
Search and meta-heuristics
Self-adaptation techniques
Semantic indexing
Signal processing
Social impact of AI
Social intelligence (markets & computational societies)
Soft computing
Soft Computing and its applications for pattern recognition
Software tools for AI
Speech processing
Speedup learning techniques
Statistical methods in learning
Steganography and digital watermarking
Swarm intelligence
Symbolic data analysis
Temporal abstractions
Text categorization and classification
Text mining
Theory refinement methodologies
Uncertainty Analysis
Web intelligence

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