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Wed Oct 15 2008

Confs: Comp Ling, Lexicography,Text/Corpus Ling, Applied Ling/Mexico

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Message 1: Lexicom Americas 2009 Workshop
Date: 13-Oct-2008
From: Alexander Gelbukh <gelbukhgelbukh.com>
Subject: Lexicom Americas 2009 Workshop
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Lexicom Americas 2009 Workshop
Short Title: Lexicom 2009

Date: 24-Feb-2009 - 28-Feb-2009
Location: Mexico City, Mexico
Contact: Alexander Gelbukh
Contact Email: cicling2009cicling.org
Meeting URL: http://nlp.fi.muni.cz/lexicom2009-americas/main.html

Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics; Computational Linguistics;
Lexicography; Text/Corpus Linguistics

Meeting Description:

Lexicom is an intensive 5-day workshop in lexicography and lexical computing. It
combines practical work and theoretical perspectives, to provide training in the
making of corpus-based dictionaries and the software that supports this
activity. The workshop will be conducted by Michael Rundell and Adam Kilgarriff
of Lexicography MasterClass Ltd.

The first Lexicom was held in 2001 (at the University of Brighton), and they
have been running once or more each year since. Lexicom is now a
well-established annual training event, and over 200 people (lexicographers,
linguists, computer scientists, translators, terminologists, and graduate
students) have attended since we started.

A typical Lexicom programme can be found on
http://www.lexmasterclass.com/typical_workshop.
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