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Message 1: Meeting in Netherlands: Computational Linguistics

Date: Wed, 30 Sep 1992 14:52:41 +0100
From: Wietske Sijtsma, ITK Tilburg <wietskekub.nl>
Subject: Meeting in Netherlands: Computational Linguistics
 CLIN 1992
THIRD COMPUTATIONAL LINGUISTICS IN THE NETHERLANDS MEETING
	Date : October, Friday 30th 1992
	Place: ITK (Tilburg University)
	 Warandelaan 2
	 Tilburg
As most of you probably already know, the third CLIN meeting
will be held at the Institute for Language Technology and
Artificial Intelligence (Tilburg University) in Tilburg.
The programme of this year's CLIN meeting is included below. Below you
will also find instructions on how to reach Tilburg University.
Registration will take place on October 30th, from 9 o'clock onwards. The
registration fee is Dfl. 40. The registration fee includes coffee,
lunch and drinks, plus a copy of the proceedings of last year's CLIN
meeting.
In case you have any further queries, please contact the local
organisers.
We look forward to meeting you all on October 30th.
Wietske Sijtsma & Olga Zweekhorst
local organisers CLIN III meeting
[--------------------------The Programme--------------------------------
Programme of the third CLIN meeting:
10.00 - 10.45 Keynote speaker:
 Anton Nijholt (Technical University Twente)
 Linguistic engineering: Survey and examples
SESSION 1
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10.50-11.20 Adam Killgarriff:
	 Polysemy and what NLP should do about it
11.20-11.45 Coffee
11.45-12.15 NO LECTURE
12.15-12.45 Dirk Heylen, Andre Schenk & Marc Verhagen:
	 A constraint-based analysis of collocational structures
12.45-13.45 Lunch
13.45-14.15 Ineke Schuurman:
	 On four types of infinitival complements
14.15-14.45 Gerrit Rentier:
	 Dutch extraction from coordinated structures in HPSG
14.45-15.15 Paola Monachesi:
	 Italian object clitics and clitic climbing in HOSG
15.15-15.40 Tea
15.40-16.10 Lieve de Wachter & Jan Provoost:
	 Interpretation of compounds
16.10-16.40 P. van der Kamp:
	 Development and use of a lexicographic information system
16.40-17.10 John van der Voort van der Kley:
	 Towards a dictionary entry parser for the electronic WNT
17.10-onwards Drinks
SESSION 2
=========
10.50-11.20 Walter Daelemans, Gert Durieux,
	 Steven Gillis & Antal van den Bosch:
	 Exploring artificial learning algorithms: Learning to
	 stress Dutch simplex words
11.20-11.45 Coffee
11.45-12.15 Antal van den Bosch & Walter Daelemans:
	 Corpus-based methods for grapheme-to-phoneme conversion in
	 Dutch
12.15-12.45 Erik Tjong Kim Sang:
	 Acquiring digital phonology
12.45-13.45 Lunch
13.45-14.15 Arthur Dirksen:
	 Phonological parsing
14.15-14.45 Marc van Oostendorp:
	 Parsing prosodic structures in lines
14.45-15.15 Toine Andernach:
	 A realistic and semi-automatic Wizard of Oz experiment
	 for testing a speech-driven telephone directory
	 information system
15.15-15.40 Tea
15.40-16.10 Jan Jaspars:
 Partial and constructive modal logics for
 reasoning about growth of knowledge
16.10-16.40 Kaiying Yang & Jiping Sun:
	 Multilingual machine translation of number words: A case
	 of an interlingua-based MT system
16.40-17.10 Tim Fernando:
	 Extending the dynamic interpretation
17.10-onwards Drinks
SESSION 3
=========
10.50-11.20 Klaas Sikkel:
	 A simple-minded view on parsing
11.20-11.45 Coffee
11.45-12.15 Gertjan van Noord:
	 Parsing Categorial Grammars with liberation
12.15-12.45 Koen Versmissen:
	 Modalities and models in Categorial Grammar
12.45-13.45 Lunch
13.45-14.15 G. van der Hoeven:
	 An algorithm for the construction of dependency trees
14.15-14.45 James Au-Yeung:
	 OR relation for efficient parsing
14.45-15.15 NO LECTURE
15.15-15.40 Tea
15.40-16.10 Frederik Somsen:
	 Better performance without competence?
16.10-16.40 Rens Bod:
	 Monte Carlo parsing
16.40-17.10 Hans Paulussen:
	 Augmenting automatic grammatical tagging
17.10-onwards Drinks
[---------------How to find Tilburg University------------------
Tilburg University (KUB) is situated in the south-western part of
Tilburg and is very easy to reach by car or by public transport
By train
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Tilburg University is only a five-minute's walk from Tilburg West
Station. Slow trains from Breda, Eindhoven and 's-Hertogenbosch stop
at this station. Those travelling on fast trains have to get off at
Tilburg Central Station. From there they can either take a bus or a
taxi to the university, or change to a slow train to Tilburg West (3
trains per hour).
Arriving at Tilburg-West (train) Station
[----------------------------------------
Leaving the station (down the stairs) turn left into
Conservatoriumlaan. Turn right at the first cross roads
(Conservatoriumlaan-Prof.Verbernelaan) into Prof.Verbernelaan. Keep
straight until you get to the woods. On the left side of the road you
will find a map of the university grounds.
Arriving at Tilburg Central Station (by bus)
[-------------------------------------------
To get to the university take bus no.6, no. 7. As from the summer of
1992 the no. 8 bus will also stop near the university, on the corner of
Cobbenhagenlaan and Hogeschoollaan. To get to Tilburg University, get
off the bus at the stop across the street from `Interpolis' on
Conservatoriumlaan. Cross the cross-roads to your right
(Conservatoriumlaan-Prof.Verbernelaan) and turn left into
Prof.Verbernelaan (at the side of the Interpolis building). On the
left side of the street you will find a map of the university grounds.
By car from Waalwijk, Kaatsheuvel and Loon op Zand
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