LINGUIST List 2.423

Wed 21 Aug 1991

Confs: Symposium on SGML, ODA, and Information Retrieval

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  1. Don Walker, Symposium on SGML, ODA, and Information Retrieval

Message 1: Symposium on SGML, ODA, and Information Retrieval

Date: Tue, 20 Aug 91 12:58:25 -0400
From: Don Walker <walker%flash.bellcore.comRICEVM1.RICE.EDU>
Subject: Symposium on SGML, ODA, and Information Retrieval
 Rockfeller University, 1230 York Avenue, New York, NY 10021-6399
		 9am to 5:15pm, 18 October 1991
Organized by the Center for Advanced Study of Information Systems Inc. (CASIS)
under the sponsorship of Dr. F. Seitz, President Emeritus, Rockfeller University
Chaired by Pierre Aigrain, Former French Minister
General Introduction: Bruce Merrifield
>From overflow of documents to answering impredictable questions
	Norbert Paquel, CANOPE
The Text Encoding Initiative
	Don Walker, Bellcore
Linguistic analysis: exploiting structure and extracting structure
	Lisa Rau, General Electric R&D
Semantic extension to text retrieval
	James Driscoll, University of Central Florida
Utilization of a text algebra for retrieval of information from a hierarchical
database, incorporating heterogeneous structured documents
	F. Burkowski, University of Waterloo
Incorporating human aspects in human computer interaction in information
	Tefko Saracevic, Rutgers University
Exploiting SGML information for document retrieval
	Yuri Rubinsky, SoftQuad, Inc.
SGML, distinguishing Intelligence from formating
	Sam Wilmott, Software Exoterica Corporation
Interaction with ODA structure
	Mark Bramhall, Digital Equipment Corp.
PANEL SESSION: Practical evolution of retrieval techniques in enterprise-wide
	 document databases
	Chaired by Joshua Lederberg, Past President, Rockfeller University
	 and Nobel Prize Winner
For more information and to register, contact:
		CASIS, Attention: Mrs M.T. Maurice
		220 East 72nd Street
		New York, NY 10021, USA
		Phone: (+1-212) 879 4019
		Fax: (+1-212) 879 4552
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