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Sun Jan 16 2011

Confs: Computational Linguistics, Translation/Spain

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        1.     olga caprotti , GF Summer School: Frontiers of Multilingual Technology

Message 1: GF Summer School: Frontiers of Multilingual Technology
Date: 16-Jan-2011
From: olga caprotti <caprottichalmers.se>
Subject: GF Summer School: Frontiers of Multilingual Technology
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GF Summer School: Frontiers of Multilingual Technology
Short Title: GFSS 2011

Date: 15-Aug-2011 - 26-Aug-2011
Location: Barcelona, Spain
Contact: Aarne Ranta
Contact Email: aarnechalmers.se
Meeting URL: http://school.grammaticalframework.org

Linguistic Field(s): Computational Linguistics; Translation

Meeting Description:

GF, Grammatical Framework, is a multilingual grammar formalism based on
the idea of a shared abstract syntax and mappings between the abstract
syntax and concrete languages. GF has hundreds of users all over the
world. The summer school is a collaborative effort to create grammars of
new languages in GF and advanced multilingual GF applications. The new
grammars are added to the Resource Grammar Library, which currently has
18 languages. Applications are parsing and generation programs compiled
from GF grammars and usable as parts of programs written in other
languages: e.g. Haskell, Java, Python, and JavaScript. GF applications can
also be run on Android phones. Moreover, the school will address hybrid
systems combining GF with statistical machine translation (SMT).

Topics: Introductory and Advanced Tutorials on GF, Type Theory, SMT,
Parsing and Multilingual Application Development

Registration and Contact: http://school.grammaticalframework.org

Location: Vertex Building, UPC, Barcelona

Organizers: O. Caprotti, L. Màrquez, A. Ranta, J. Saludes, S. Xambó

Travel Grants: Via application procedure

Sponsors: CLT Gothenburg, MOLTO EU FP7-ICT-247914, UPC.
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