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Tue 09 Jun 1992

Calls: NELS, ACL-92, Survey

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  1. Lisa Reed, NELS 23 CALL FOR PAPERS
  2. Don Walker, Demonstrations and Exhibits at ACL-92
  3. Bonnie Dorr, Survey of Computational Linguistics Courses

Message 1: NELS 23 CALL FOR PAPERS

Date: Fri, 05 Jun 92 15:04:46 EDNELS 23 CALL FOR PAPERS
From: Lisa Reed <NELS23acadvm1.uottawa.ca>
Subject: NELS 23 CALL FOR PAPERS


 NELS 23
 UNIVERSITY OF OTTAWA
 October 16, 17 and 18, 1992

 CALL FOR PAPERS

Abstracts are invited for twenty minute papers on any aspect of theoretical
linguistics. ABSTRACT DEADLINE: JULY 15, 1992

Abstracts should be anonymous, one page (8 1/2" x 11"), single spaced, with
at least one inch margins on all sides, in 12 point (or 12 pitch) type or
larger. An additional page with references only may be included. No more than
one individual and one joint paper per person can be considered. Abstracts
RECEIVED after the deadline will not be considered. Send ten copies of the
abstract together with a typewritten 3" x 5" card showing the title of the
paper, author's addresses and affiliations, phone numbers and e-mail addresses
to the following address:
 Lisa Reed, coordinator
 NELS 23
 Department of Linguistics
 University of Ottawa
 78 Laurier Ave., East
 Ottawa, Ontario K1N 6N5
 CANADA
PREREGISTRATION:
Preregistration fees are $15 for students, $25 for others.
PREREGISTRATION DEADLINE: SEPTEMBER 16, 1992
Please send check or money order in Canadian dollars (US dollars will NOT be
discounted), payable to NELS 23, to the above address.
Registration at the meeting will be $25 for students, $40 for others.

 E-mail: NELS23acadvm1.uottawa.ca
 Phone: (613) 564-9082
 FAX: (613) 564-9067
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Message 2: Demonstrations and Exhibits at ACL-92

Date: Sun, 7 Jun 92 17:10:37 -04Demonstrations and Exhibits at ACL-92
From: Don Walker <walkerflash.bellcore.com>
Subject: Demonstrations and Exhibits at ACL-92

We are encouraging exhibits and demonstrations at ACL-92, the 30th
Annual Meeting of the Association for Computational Linguistics,
which will be held from 28 June through 2 July in Newark, Delaware,
in the United States.

Authors of papers or academics without grants or contract support may
present their demonstrations without making a donation, but universities
and research labs that demo research rather than commercial software,
and small entrepreneurs, are requested to donate $125 to cover expenses.
Commercial software and hardware enterprises are requested to donate $350.

If you are interested or can suggest names to contact, please send
email addresses and/or phone numbers to:

Daniel Chester
University of Delaware
Computer and Information Sciences
Newark, DE 19716, USA

chesterdewey.udel.edu
+1-302 831-1955
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Message 3: Survey of Computational Linguistics Courses

Date: Tue, 9 Jun 92 15:14:39 -04Survey of Computational Linguistics Courses
From: Bonnie Dorr <bonnieumiacs.UMD.EDU>
Subject: Survey of Computational Linguistics Courses

	 SURVEY OF COMPUTATIONAL LINGUISTICS COURSES

		 URGENT NEED FOR INFORMATION

As a follow-on to the Directory of Computational Linguistics Courses
recently compiled by Martha Evens, the Association for Computational
Linguistics will publish a new edition of the Survey of Computational
Linguistics Courses. (See Computational Linguistics, volume 12 (1986)
for the previous version compiled by Robin Cohen.) We are eager to
include two types of courses: those that teach computational
linguistics as the sole topic and those that teach computational
linguistics as one of many topics. The survey will allow us to share
with colleagues ideas on how to teach computational linguistics. It
will also provide an idea of how the field of computational
linguistics is being portrayed to potential new researchers.

Our listing will include the name and address of the University and
Department(s) offering the course, the name and number of the course,
the type of course, and information about the syllabus (e.g., topics,
texts used, format, workload, enrollment, duration, and assistance).
In addition we will include some statistics on the responses (i.e.,
total number of courses having particular characteristics) and a
bibliography of the most of frequently cited references.

Please request guidelines as to content and format and send
information to:

 Ms. Sandy Tsue
 UMIACS
 A.V. Williams Building
 University of Maryland E-mail: cl-surveyumiacs.umd.edu
 College Park, MD 20742 Tel: (+1-301)405-6722
 Re: CL-SURVEY Fax: (+1-301)314-9658

Note: e-mail is preferred.

If your institution was listed in the 1986 compilation, you may
request a copy of your previous entry.

Thank you for your participation in this endeavor.

Professor Bonnie Dorr
Department of Computer Science and UMIACS
University of Maryland
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