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LINGUIST List 18.2633

Mon Sep 10 2007

Confs: Applied Linguistics,Computational LInguistics/Bulgaria

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        1.    Mathias Schulze, Workshop on NLP for Educational Resources

Message 1: Workshop on NLP for Educational Resources
Date: 10-Sep-2007
From: Mathias Schulze <mschulzeuwaterloo.ca>
Subject: Workshop on NLP for Educational Resources
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Workshop on NLP for Educational Resources
Short Title: NLPER07

Date: 26-Sep-2007 - 26-Sep-2007
Location: Borovetz, Bulgaria
Contact: Mathias Schulze Schulze
Contact Email: nlper07gmail.com
Meeting URL: http://ixa.si.ehu.es/NLP_ER2007

Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics; Computational Linguistics

Meeting Description:

Workshop on NLP for Educational Resources

In conjunction with RANLP-2007
September 26, 2007
Borovetz, Bulgaria

Workshop site http://ixa.si.ehu.es/NLP_ER2007

RANLP 2007 site http://lml.bas.bg/ranlp2007/

accepted papers:

prototypes of using nlp techniques for assisting translation and authoring of
test items
(ming-shin lu, jen-hsiang lin, yu-chun wang, zhao-ming gao, chao-lin liu and
chun-yen chang)

evaluating and improving the distractor-generating heuristics
(itziar aldabe, montse maritxalar and edurne martinez)

what (the hell) is wrong? an approach to semi-automatic construction of self
correction tests
(manfred klenner, simon clematide and bojan peric)

automatically detecting schematic structure components of english abstracts:
building a high accuracy classifier for the task
(luiz genoves jr., valéria d. feltrim, carmen dayrell and sandra aluísio)

visualizing the invisible: a method for visualizing the countability of english
(ryo nagata, atsuo kawai, koichiro morihiro and naoki isu)

best wishes
nerea ezeiza, montse maritxalar, mathias schulze

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