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LINGUIST List 19.668

Thu Feb 28 2008

Calls: General Ling/Germany; Computational Ling/France

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        1.    Ane Kleine, Formulaic Patterns in Texts and Paintings
        2.    Richard Dapoigny, Contextualization of Human Centered Processes


Message 1: Formulaic Patterns in Texts and Paintings
Date: 28-Feb-2008
From: Ane Kleine <Kleineuni-trier.de>
Subject: Formulaic Patterns in Texts and Paintings
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Full Title: Formulaic Patterns in Texts and Paintings

Date: 28-Nov-2008 - 29-Nov-2008
Location: Trier, Germany
Contact Person: Ane Kleine
Meeting Email: Kleineuni-trier.de
Web Site:
http://www.hkfz.uni-trier.de/index.php?ac=showlongnws&nwsid=123&sessionid=&userid=000


Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics

Call Deadline: 15-May-2008

Meeting Description:

International Workshop: Construction, manifestation and dynamics of formulaic
patterns in texts and paintings. Historical perspectives and modern technologies.

The international workshop aims to explore the construction, manifestation, and
dynamics of formulaic patterns in an interdisciplinary approach under the
perspectives of Linguistics and Art History. Central objects of research will be
historic texts from different genres and languages (poetry and fiction,
non-literary sources, lexicographic and grammatographic sources) and Medieval as
well as (Early) Modern works of art (painting, graphic, sculpture, and arts and
crafts). Furthermore, there shall be room to discuss the possibilities and
potentials of editing, annotating and preserving linguistic and visual formulaic
patterns with the help of modern technologies.

Call for Papers

So far historical cultural sciences have given little attention to form,
formation, and function of formulaic ritualised methods of communication. The
reciprocal influence of visual and linguistic media has also been left
untouched, with the exception of isolated studies. The following list of key
words derives from this complex of themes and should be regarded as a starting
point for further thoughts:
- form(s) and function(s) of formulaic patterns in texts and paintings
- cultural formation of formulaic patterns in texts and paintings
- genesis and identification of formulaic phrases
- divergency and congruency in visual and textual sources
- history of mediality of proverbs and proverbial paintings
- electronic systematization and preservation of formulaic patterns
- search routines in texts
- processes of semantic and structural stability and possibilities of variation

Contributions by art historians, philologists (also from the fields of
dialectology, computer and corpus linguistics) as well as by other experts from
cultural-historical disciplines are especially welcome. The lectures should not
exceed 20 minutes to allow enough room for discussion.

You are kindly invited to send abstracts of up to one page as MS-Word-file to
the following e-mail-address: filatkin(at)uni-trier.de

Deadline for the submission of abstracts is: May 15, 2008.

Organized by:
Dr. Natalia Filatkina
Department of German Historical Linguistics, University of Trier, Germany
filatkin(at)uni-trier.de
Dr. Birgit Ulrike Muench
Department of Art History, University of Trier, Germany
muench(at)uni-trier.de
Dr. Ane Kleine
Department of Yiddish Philology, University of Trier, Germany
kleine(at)uni-trier.de

and the Historical Cultural Research Centre, Trier working team, in cooperation
with the Municipal Library of Trier.

Further information:
Historical Cultural Research Centre, Trier working team,
http://www.hkfz.uni-trier.de
Project VIII, 01: ''Historical formulaic language and traditions of
communication'' (project leader: Dr. Filatkina, http://www.hifos.uni-trier.de)
Project VIII, 02: Gnomical knowledge in the space of the painting. The
visualization of proverbs in the art of the Middle Ages and the Early Modern Era
(project leader: Dr. Muench)
Project VIII, 03: Form and formation of spaces of knowledge of linguistic
conceptualization: Yiddish phraseology in the context of European languages
(project leader: Dr. Kleine)
Message 2: Contextualization of Human Centered Processes
Date: 27-Feb-2008
From: Richard Dapoigny <richard.dapoignyuniv-savoie.fr>
Subject: Contextualization of Human Centered Processes
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Full Title: Contextualization of Human Centered processes
Short Title: CHCP'08

Date: 09-Jun-2008 - 09-Jun-2008
Location: Annecy-le-vieux, France
Contact Person: Richard Dapoigny
Meeting Email: richard.dapoignyuniv-savoie.fr
Web Site: http://www.polytech.univ-savoie.fr/?hcp2008

Linguistic Field(s): Computational Linguistics

Call Deadline: 16-Mar-2008

Meeting Description:

Workshop on Contextualization of Human Centered Processes. Transversal topic
requiring multiple methods to focus on context impact in human machine
interactive processes such as question-answering processes.

Call for Papers

CHCP-2008

1st International Workshop on Contextualization of Human Centered Processes
(CHCP 2008), in conjunction with HCP 2008 3rd International Conference on Human
Centered Processes

June 9-12, 2008 Delft, Nederlands

http://wiki.decis.nl/publichcp2008/

You are invited to submit your papers to the 1st International Workshop on
Contextualization of Human Centered Processes (part of the 3rd International
Conference on Human Centered Processes), to be held in June 12, 2008 Delft,
Nederlands.

The objective of the workshop is to bring together researchers, developers and
practitioners to discuss research issues and experience in developing and
deploying models or applications, in which actor's behavior rely heavily on
contextual knowledge. Concrete aspects of contexts can be considered at
different levels ranging from knowledge representation to modelling. Papers
describing application experiences are particularly encouraged. To effectively
exploit the true potential of contextual knowledge, methods and tools to
facilitate its modelling are required. Managing contextual information provides
both new challenges and opportunities. Since the major theme of the workshop is
context at the heart of human centered activity, challenges that are addressed
must include among others:

- new methods and new algorithms for contextualization,
- how to bridge the gap between semantic web and contexts,
- contextualization of ontological engineering,
- context in design tools,
- context in interactive systems (e.g., question-answering systems),
- ambient systems which must include a user model,
- inter-personal work practices modelling in enterprises,

in all domains where context plays a key role (recognized explicitly or not)
because the human is the core of the processes that are concerned. Modelling the
interplay between tasks and contexts is a crucial part of contextualization
required for a sound analysis of their evolution. We would like to explore the
role of contextualization at the human and machine level (knowledge, user model,
mental representation, personalization, individualization, learning-when-doing,
knowledge representation, metadata, relationships with incremental acquisition,
learning, explanation, statistical methods, training, education, etc.). We are
also interested in investigation of formalisms to ensure sound mechanisms
incorporating human activity and context models.

Submission of Papers:
Prospective authors are invited to submit papers for oral presentation in any of
the areas listed above. Only full papers in English will be accepted, and the
length of the paper should not exceed 12 pages with 2cm margins and one column.
PDF versions of the manuscript should be submitted through the web-based paper
submission procedure (for details, see the HCP 2008 website):
www.easychair.org/conferences/

Important Dates:
- March 16th 2008 (extended deadline): Paper submission
- March 30th 2008: Notification of acceptance
- April 15th 2008: Camera-ready
- June 9th 2008: Workshop at HCP-08

Organizing Committee:
- Richard Dapoigny, University of Savoie, Annecy, France
- Patrick Barlatier, University of Savoie, France
- Patrick Brézillon, University Paris 6, France

Program Committee (preliminary):
- Thierry Artières, University of Paris 6, France
- Robert Hoffman, IHMC, United States
- Boicho Kokinov, New Bulgarian University, Bulgaria
- David Leake, Indiana University, United States
- Jea-marc Robert, Ecole polytechnique, Montreal, Canada
- Thomas Roth-Berghofer, DFKI, Germany
- Farida Saad, INRETS, France
- Marcus Specht, Open University, Nederlands
- Roy M. Turner, University of Maine, United States

Workshop Location
The workshop will take place in conjunction with the 3rd International
Conference on Human Centered Processes (HCP 2008) in Delft - Nederlands.

In cooperation with the University of Savoie.



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