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LINGUIST List 18.14

Tue Jan 09 2007

Confs: General Ling/Germany

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Message 1: 11th European Workshop on Natural Language Generation
Date: 20-Dec-2006
From: Stephan Busemann <stephan.busemanndfki.de>
Subject: 11th European Workshop on Natural Language Generation



11th European Workshop on Natural Language Generation
Short Title: ENLG07


Date: 17-Jun-2007 - 20-Jun-2007
Location: Schloss Dagstuhl, Germany
Contact: Stephan Busemann
Contact Email: < click here to access email >
Meeting URL: http://enlg07.dfki.de

Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics

Meeting Description:

ENLG07 provides a forum for presentation of research in natural language generation, both for NLG specialists and for researchers from other areas.

The workshop continues a biennial series of workshops on natural language generation that has been running since 1987. Previous European workshops have been held at Toulouse, Budapest and Aberdeen. The series provides a regular forum for presentation of research in this area, both for NLG specialists and for researchers from other areas.

We welcome papers on formal, corpus-based, implementational and analytical work on conventional NLG topics (content selection, planing, realisation, etc), and discussion on the challenges that different viewpoints pose for generation systems and applications, as well as new ideas and solutions for general frameworks. Especially, we invite research papers and system descriptions on applying natural language generation in solutions to real-world problems.

Schloss Dagstuhl is a conference and research center for computer science. Beautifully situated, the 18th century manor offers everything a researcher needs: computers, Internet, library, fully equipped conference rooms, accomodation, food, a wine cellar and ample recreation space. The site invites creativity and supports discussions.

Dagstuhl tradition includes welcoming on the first day (afternoon of June 17) and early start of the workshop on the following day. Departure will be on June 20th after lunch. There will be limited space available at the center, and early registration is advisable (Opening of registration will be announced in due time).


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