LINGUIST List 17.3472|
Fri Nov 24 2006
Calls: General Ling/USA; Cognitive Science, Computational Ling/Italy
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Workshop in General Linguistics
From Computational Linguistics to Computational Humour
Message 1: Workshop in General Linguistics
From: Rebecca Shields <rashieldswisc.edu>
Subject: Workshop in General Linguistics
Full Title: Workshop in General Linguistics
Short Title: WIGL
Date: 02-Mar-2007 - 03-Mar-2007
Location: Madison, Wisconsin, USA
Contact Person: Rebecca Shields
Meeting Email: < click here to access email >
Web Site: http://ling.wisc.edu/lso/lso-wigl.html
Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics
Call Deadline: 15-Jan-2007
The Workshop in General Linguistics has been sponsored annually by the UW-Madison Linguistics Student Organization since 2003. The workshop is open to presentations in any field of linguistics. The proceedings are published electronically in the LSO Working Papers in Linguistics.
WIGL 5 (2007) Call for Papers
When: Friday-Saturday March 2-3, 2007
Where: University of Wisconsin-Madison
Abstract submission deadline: January 15, 2007
The UW-Madison Linguistics Student Organization invites submissions for papers to be presented at the 5th annual Workshop in General Linguistics (WIGL), to be held Friday-Saturday, March 2-3 at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Submissions are welcome in any field of descriptive, applied, or theoretical linguistics. After the workshop, presenters may submit papers for publication in the UW-Madison Working Papers in Linguistics.
Abstracts may be a maximum of one page, with a minimum of one inch margins and 12 point font. A second page may be included for references and/or data. Abstracts should be submitted electronically by mailing an attachment in Word (.doc), plain text (.txt), or .pdf format to rashieldswisc.edu by Jan. 15, 2007. Abstracts should be anonymous, with only the title of the paper at the top of the page. In the body of the message, please include the following identifying information:
- Author's name
- Affiliation (institution and department)
- Title of paper
- Email address that should be used to contact the author
Message 2: From Computational Linguistics to Computational Humour
From: Paolo Rosso <prossodsic.upv.es>
Subject: From Computational Linguistics to Computational Humour
Full Title: From Computational Linguistics to Computational Humour
Short Title: CLIP-2007
Date: 07-Jul-2007 - 10-Jul-2007
Location: Camogli, Italy
Contact Person: Stefano Rovetta
Meeting Email: < click here to access email >
Web Site: http://clip.disi.unige.it/clip2007
Linguistic Field(s): Cognitive Science; Computational Linguistics
Call Deadline: 31-Jan-2008
The CLIP workshop focuses on computational linguistics in cross-language
contexts. The 2007 edition will also be devoted to making sense out of texts
processing their semantics, sentiments, emotions and humour taking into account the affective weight of lexicon.
Language technologies have steadily evolved in recent years. However the issue
of language diversity has not been addressed to a similar extent as other
aspects. Indeed, many socio-economical environments, of which the European Union is a prominent example, are inherently based on cultural diversity. Therefore solving multilingual issues is central to the development of the Information Society in the EU. On the other hand, this is true in many other instances (we may recall the case of India with more than 20 official languages and several more idioms actually spoken). This means that this topic is of strong European interest, but has a global relevance.
The final aim of the event is to bring together researchers with different
backgrounds to encourage a cross-disciplinary discussion in the computational
linguistics field making emphasis also on recent computational trends such as
sentiment analysis and automatic humour recognition, the topic of the invited talk.
Submissions are welcome in areas of computational linguistics with an emphasis on the multilingual aspect as well as on new trends such as new trends such as automatic sentiment, emotion and humour recognition.
- Ontologies in linguistics
- Text classification and clustering
- Text mining
- Text summarisation
- Question answering
- Word sense disambiguation
- Sentiment analysis
- Computational humour
Workshop Format and Paper Submission
Submit an extended abstract by e-mail directly to the chair (see below, and note the anti-spam format) by December 15, 2006.
Submitted papers will be judged based on relevance to the cross-disciplinary
dissemination, novelty of the idea, technical quality, clarity of presentation,
and expected impact on future research within the area of focus.
CLIP-2007 will be a special session within the WILF2007 workshop, Hotel
Portofino Kulm, Portofino Vetta - Ruta di Camogli, Genova (Italy), July 7-10, 2007.
Registration to WILF2007 will be required for participation, so perspective
participants are invited to refer to the main conference website:
http://wilf2007.disi.unige.it/ for all details not covered in the present call.
Rada Mihalcea (http://www.cs.unt.edu/~rada/) on automatic humour recognition.
Preliminary submission (abstract): December 15th 2006.
Other deadlines are the same as WILF2007:
Paper submission deadline: Jan 31 2007
Notification of acceptance:Feb 28 2007
Final Paper Submission deadline: Mar 31 2007
Advance Registration deadline: Mar 31 2007
Hotel Reservation deadline: Mar 31 2007
Workshop: Jul 7-10 2007
Università di Genova, Italy
Co-chair: Paolo Rosso
Universidad Politécnica de Valencia, Spain
Mikhail Alexandrov (Universidad Autónoma Barcelona, Spain)
Rafael Berlanga (Universidad Jaime I, Spain)
Marcelo Errecalde (Universidad Nacional de San Luís, Argentina)
Alexander Gelbukh (Instituto Politécnico Nacional, Mexico)
Eugene Levener (HIT Holon, Israel)
Patricio Martínez (Universidad de Alicante)
Viviana Mascardi (Università di Genova, Italy)
Marco Mesiti (Università di Milano, Italy)
Manuel Montes y Gómez (INAOE-Puebla, Mexico)
Lidia Moreno (Universidad Politécnica de Valencia, Spain)
Anselmo Peñas (UNED, Spain)
Ferrán Pla (Universidad Politécnica de Valencia, Spain)
Carlo Strapparava (ITC-irst, Italy)
Alfonso Ureña (Universidad de Jaén, Spain)
Vasudeva Varma (IIIT Hyderabad, India)
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