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LINGUIST List 24.133

Wed Jan 09 2013

Calls: Text/Corpus Linguistics, Discipline of Linguistics/France

Editor for this issue: Alison Zaharee <alisonlinguistlist.org>

Date: 07-Jan-2013
From: Camille Fauth <camille.fauthgmail.com>
Subject: Corpora and Tools in Linguistics, Langages and Speech: Status, Use and Misuse
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Full Title: Corpora and Tools in Linguistics, Langages and Speech: Status, Use and Misuse

Date: 03-Jul-2013 - 05-Jul-2013
Location: Strasbourg, France
Contact Person: Camille Fauth
Meeting Email: corpus.outils.lilpagmail.com
Web Site: http://corpus-lilpa.sciencesconf.org/

Linguistic Field(s): Discipline of Linguistics; Text/Corpus Linguistics

Call Deadline: 28-Feb-2013

Meeting Description:

This international and interdisciplinary conference focuses on original and innovative work relating to methods of analysing empirical data, to the use and status of such data in the Linguistic Sciences. The conference concerns all types of data extracted from various sources (texts, sound recordings, multimedia, images, movies, web data, etc.), central to all areas of the linguistic sciences, as well as other scientific disciplines interested in linguistic issues (e.g. sciences and technologies contributing to the study, design and implementation of models of information systems, computer sciences, medicine, etc.). The conference is in line with certain issues related to the French ANR (National Research Agency) call for projects ‘Corpus’. Setting up or elaborating corpora and databases, developing and using analysis and processing tools represent, for the various areas of the linguistic sciences, essential steps in their research endeavours. Conceptual models or tools contribute to theoretical breakthroughs and modelling of cognitive issues which are usually quite complex.

Call for Papers:

Proposals should indicate the following:

- Title of the proposal
- The summary of the study with relevant details
- 4 to 5 keywords

All contributions should not exceed 2 to 4 pages including references (Times 12, spacing, 1.5).

Submissions will be done online and will be evaluated by the Scientific Committee of the Conference and by reviewers.

Official languages of the conference: French and English

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