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LINGUIST List 19.3330

Mon Nov 03 2008

Calls: Pragmatics,Semantics/France; Computational Ling/India

Editor for this issue: Kate Wu <katelinguistlist.org>


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        1.    Pascal Amsili, Conference on Semantics and Modelisation
        2.    Bhanu Prasad, Indian International Conference on Artificial Intelligence


Message 1: Conference on Semantics and Modelisation
Date: 31-Oct-2008
From: Pascal Amsili <jsm09free.fr>
Subject: Conference on Semantics and Modelisation
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Full Title: Conference on Semantics and Modelisation
Short Title: JSM09

Date: 09-Apr-2009 - 10-Apr-2009
Location: Paris, France
Contact Person: Pascal Amsili
Meeting Email: jsm09free.fr
Web Site: http://jsm.linguist.univ-paris-diderot.fr/jsm09

Linguistic Field(s): Pragmatics; Semantics

Call Deadline: 08-Jan-2009

Meeting Description:

The goal of the conference is to promote research on the representation of
linguistic meaning and interpretation with the help of formal models. In view of
the development of corpus-based research in semantics and related fields,
proposals proposing the use of corpora and representational problems in
semantics and pragmatics are particularly welcome.

Call for Papers

Conference on Semantics and Modelisation, JSM09
April 9-10 2009
Paris, France
http://jsm.linguist.univ-paris-diderot.fr/jsm09

The GDR Sémantique et Modélisation (CNRS) and the UMR 7110 (CNRS &
University Paris Diderot-Paris 7) organize the seventh edition of the
Conference on Semantics and Modelisation (JSM09). The conference will
be held in Paris, on April 9-10, 2009.

The goal of the conference is to promote research on the formalisation of
linguistic meaning and interpretation with the help of formal models. In view of
the development of corpus-based research in semantics and related fields,
proposals articulating the use of corpora and representational problems in
semantics and pragmatics are particularly welcome.

Topics
We invite abstracts that address any problem in the modeling of
linguistic meaning and interpretation. This includes but is not
limited to the following topics:
- syntax / semantics interface,
- logical formalization,
- tense and aspect,
- lexical meaning,
- functional words (determiners, pronouns, etc.),
- information structure,
- presuppositions and implicatures,
- speech acts,
- discourse relations in text and dialogue.

Submission Conditions
Abstracts must be anonymous. They should be 2 pages long including references,
examples and figures. They should have a 1 inch margin on all four sides and use
at least a 11 points font. Files may be in plain text, PDF, RTF or MS Word.
Names and affiliations should be indicated in the body of the message. Proposals
should be sent at: jsm09{at}free.fr no later than January 8, 2009.
Contact jsm09{at}free.fr for information.
(Replace {at} with in the address)

Languages: French and English.

Invited Speakers: t.b.a.

Organizing Committee
- Pascal Amsili (LLF, UMR 7110, Univ. Paris Diderot-Paris 7)
- Nicholas Asher (CNRS, IRIT, Univ. Toulouse 3)

Scientific Committee
- Pascal Amsili (Paris Diderot, LLF)
- Nicholas Asher (CNRS, IRIT)
- Claire Beyssade (CNRS, IJN)
- Andrée Borillo (Toulouse 2, ERSS)
- Joan Busquets (Bordeaux 3, ERSS)
- Patrick Caudal (CNRS, LLF)
- Ileana Comorovski (Nancy 2, ATILF)
- Bridget Copley (CNRS, UMR7023)
- Francis Corblin (Paris IV, IJN)
- Evelyne Jacquey (CNRS, ATILF)
- Brenda Laca (Paris 8, UMR7023)
- Alain Lecomte (Paris 8, UMR7023)
- Jean-Marie Marandin (CNRS, LLF)
- Alda Mari (CNRS, IJN)
- Ora Matushansky (CNRS, UMR7023)
- Philippe Muller (Toulouse 3, IRIT)
- David Nicolas (CNRS, IJN)
- Sylvain Pogodalla (INRIA, Loria)
- Laurent Prévot (Aix-Marseille 1, LPL)
- Laurent Roussarie (Paris 8, UMR 7023)
- Christian Rétoré (Bordeaux I, Labri)
- Gabriel Sandu (CNRS, IHPST)
- Philippe Schlenker (CNRS, IJN)
- Benjamin Spector (CNRS, IJN)
- Lucia Tovena (Paris VII, LLF)
- Laure Vieu (CNRS, IRIT & LOA-CNR Trento)

Important Dates
Submission deadline : January 8, 2009
Notification of acceptance : February 15, 2009
Final version : March 15, 2009
Registration : (t.b.a.)
Conference date : April 9-10, 2009

Web site:
http://jsm.linguist.univ-paris-diderot.fr/jsm09
Message 2: Indian International Conf. on Artificial Intelligence
Date: 25-Oct-2008
From: Bhanu Prasad <bhanupvsrgmail.com>
Subject: Indian International Conf. on Artificial Intelligence
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Full Title: Indian International Conf. on Artificial Intelligence
Short Title: IICAI-09

Date: 16-Dec-2009 - 18-Dec-2009
Location: Tumkur, Bangalore, India
Contact Person: Bhanu Prasad
Web Site: http://www.iiconference.org/

Linguistic Field(s): Computational Linguistics

Call Deadline: 10-Apr-2009

Meeting Description:

The primary goal of the conference is to promote research and developmental
activities in AI and related fields in India and the rest of the world. Another
goal is to promote scientific information interchange between AI researchers,
developers, engineers, students, and practitioners working in India and abroad.
The conference will be held every two years to make it an ideal platform for
people to share views and experiences in AI and related areas.

Call for Papers

Related Topics:
Applications of AI
Artificial neural networks
Automated problem solving
Bayesian-based methodologies
Bio-informatics
Biometrics
Brain modeling
Case-based reasoning
Cognitive science
Collaborative filtering
Computational biology
Computational intelligence
Computer vision
Constraint processing
Data mining
Decision support systems
Distributed AI
Evolutionary algorithms
Expert systems
Fractals
Fuzzy sets and fuzzy logic
Game playing
Genetic algorithms
Hardware aspects of AI
Heuristics
Image processing
Information retrieval
Intelligent agents
Intelligent databases
Intelligent information fusion
Intelligent information systems
Intelligent networks
Intelligent software engineering
Intelligent tutoring systems
Intelligent user interfaces
Intelligent business
Knowledge acquisition
Knowledge discovery
Knowledge management
Languages for AI
Learning and adaptive sensor fusion
Machine learning
Machine translation
Medical imaging
Natural language processing
Neural networks and applications
Pattern recognition
Probabilistic reasoning
Remote sensing
Robotics
Rough sets
Search techniques
Self-adaptation techniques
Semantic indexing
Signal processing
Social impact of AI
Soft computing
Software aspects of AI
Speech processing
Statistical methods for AI
Steganography and digital watermarking
Swarm intelligence
Symbolic data analysis
Temporal abstractions
Text mining
Text processing
Uncertainty
Wavelets
Web intelligence

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