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LINGUIST List 18.573

Wed Feb 21 2007

Calls: General Linguistics/France; General Linguistic/UK

Editor for this issue: Ania Kubisz <anialinguistlist.org>

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        1.    Anne Dister, Lexis and Grammar Conference 2007
        2.    Corey McMillan, Disfluency in Spontaneous Speech International Workshop

Message 1: Lexis and Grammar Conference 2007
Date: 21-Feb-2007
From: Anne Dister <distertedm.ucl.ac.be>
Subject: Lexis and Grammar Conference 2007

Full Title: Lexis and Grammar Conference 2007

Date: 02-Oct-2007 - 06-Oct-2007
Location: Bonifacio (Corse du Sud), France
Contact Person: Anne Dister
Meeting Email: distertedm.ucl.ac.be
Web Site: http://infolingu.univ-mlv.fr/Colloques/Bonifacio/index.html

Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics

Call Deadline: 08-Apr-2007

Meeting Description:
The 26th International Conference on Lexis and Grammar will take place in
Bonifacio, Corsica, on October 2-6, 2007.
The Conference welcomes innovative papers on the formal description of
languages, as well as on the construction, management and use of language
resources, including manually constructed lexicons and grammars. In addition, it
aims at bringing together linguists and computer scientists.

The Conference will combine a general session and a thematic session.

The thematic session of the 26th International Conference on Lexis and Grammar
will focus on SMSes (text messaging) and internet texts, including, but not
limited to:
SMSes (mobile phone text messages),
emails, blogs and forums,
texts published without reviewing.

Submissions for the general session may address any of the usual topics of the
predicate-argument structures,
the interface between lexis and grammar,
exploitation of language resources (including manually constructed lexicons and
grammars) for language processing (including information retrieval, information
extraction, parsing),
language resources concerning lexis or grammar.

The languages of the Conference are English and French.

Submission information can be found here:

The papers presented at the Conference will be available in proceedings on the
first day.

Catherine Camugli Gallardo (University of Paris X),
Matthieu Constant (University of Marne-la-Vallée)
Anne Dister (University of Louvain-la-Neuve)

Scientific Committee:
Mirella Conenna (Univ. Bari), Maxime Crochemore
(CNRS-Univ. Marne-la-Vallée), Laurence Danlos (Univ. Paris 7), André Dugas
(UQAM), Annibale Elia (Univ. Salerno), Patrice Enjalbert (CNRS-Univ. Caen), Toma
Erjavec (Jo ef Stefan Institute, Ljubljana), Stefan Evert (Univ. Osnabrück),
Cédrick Fairon (Catholic Univ. Louvain-la-Neuve), Christiane Fellbaum (Univ.
Princeton), Claire Gardent (CNRS, Nancy), Jacqueline Giry-Schneider (CNRS-Univ.
Marne-la-Vallée), Gaston Gross (CNRS-Univ. Paris 13), Franz Guenthner (Univ.
Maximilian, Munich), Ulrich Heid (Univ. Stuttgart), Alon Itai (Technion, Haifa),
Anna Korhonen (Univ. Combridge), Cvetana Krstev (Univ. Belgrade), Tita
Kyriacopoulou (CNRS-Univ. Thessaloniki), Jacques Labelle (UQAM), Éric de la
Clergerie (INRIA), Nunzio La Fauci (Univ. Zurich), Béatrice Lamiroy (Univ.
Leuven), Éric Laporte (CNRS-Univ. Marne-la-Vallée), Christian Leclère
(CNRS-Univ. Marne-la-Vallée), Peter Machonis (Florida International Univ.),
Denis Maurel (Univ. Tours), Annie Meunier (CNRS-Univ. Marne-la-Vallée),
Christian Molinier (Univ. Toulouse-le-Mirail), Kemal Oflazer (Sabanci Univ.),
Karel Pala (Masaryk Univ., Brno), Mireille Piot (CNRS-Univ. Grenoble 3), Thierry
Poibeau (CNRS-Univ. Paris 13), Elisabete Marques Ranchhod (Univ. Lisbon),
Antoinette Renouf (UCE Birmingham), Milena Slavcheva (Bulgarian Academy of
Sciences), Zygmunt Vetulani (Univ. Poznan)
Message 2: Disfluency in Spontaneous Speech International Workshop
Date: 21-Feb-2007
From: Corey McMillan <Corey.McMillaned.ac.uk>
Subject: Disfluency in Spontaneous Speech International Workshop

Full Title: Disfluency in Spontaneous Speech International Workshop
Short Title: DiSS'07

Date: 02-Aug-2007 - 04-Aug-2007
Location: Edinburgh, United Kingdom
Contact Person: Corey McMillan
Meeting Email: papersdisfluency.org
Web Site: http://www.disfluency.org

Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics

Call Deadline: 08-Mar-2007

Meeting Description:

DiSS'07 is the 5th in the series of successful interdisciplinary workshops on
disfluency in spontaneous speech. The next workshop will be held in Edinburgh,
Scotland from 2-4 August, 2007.

Second Call for Papers

Disfluencies - errors, self-repairs and hesitations in speech - present
challenges for researchers in many different fields, including phonetics,
perception and production in psycholinguistics, discourse analysis,
computational linguistics and automatic speech recognition.

This workshop allows researchers from diverse backgrounds to present their
research findings, discuss common interests, identify future directions and
establish new collaborations.

We invite submission of 4 page papers for review by March 8 2007. Suitable
topics include but are not limited to:
-Descriptive studies of error, self-repair and hesitation
-Cognitive models of error, self-monitoring and self-repair
-Experimental work on perception, comprehension, and production of speech
with disfluencies.
-Computational approaches to processing disfluent speech
-Automatic speech recognition with spontaneous speech
-Theoretical approaches to disfluency in speech and communication disorders

The required format for paper submission and workshop details are available on
the DiSS'07 website: http://www.disfluency.org.

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