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Tue 07 Dec 1993

Calls: Speech/handwriting recognition, GURT Greek, ANLP-94

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  1. Dr Tony Rose, CfP: Workshop on Speech and Handwriting Recognition
  2. , GURT Session on Greek Linguistics
  3. Paul Jacobs, ANLP-94 preliminary call for papers

Message 1: CfP: Workshop on Speech and Handwriting Recognition

Date: Mon, 6 Dec 93 14:15:09 GMTCfP: Workshop on Speech and Handwriting Recognition
From: Dr Tony Rose <tgrdoc.nottingham-trent.ac.uk>
Subject: CfP: Workshop on Speech and Handwriting Recognition


 Computational Linguistics for Speech and Handwriting Recognition
 ================================================================

 CALL FOR PAPERS
 ===============

 A one-day workshop organised by L.J. Evett & T.G. Rose
 as part of the AISB 1994 Workshop Series

 12th April 1994
 Leeds University, England

ABSTRACT
========
Reliable speech and handwriting recognition cannot be achieved through
pattern recognition techniques alone. Natural language input is notoriously
ambiguous, and the application of higher level knowledge is necessary to
cope with this and other difficulties.

Previous attempts to implement linguistic knowledge have often employed a
logic based approach, drawing on a lexicon of symbolic information.
However, recent technological advances have allowed the development of large
text corpora from which probabilistic linguistic data may be derived.
Consequently, there has been a renewal of interest in techniques based upon
such statistical information.

This workshop aims to compare these two approaches, and evaluate their
present (and potential) contribution to speech and handwriting recognition.
The workshop will also consider related language processing problems, such as
parsing, word class formation, part of speech tagging, sense disambiguation,
 discourse analysis, and the development of on-line lexical resources.

REQUIREMENTS FOR SUBMISSION
===========================
Please submit an extended abstract (max. 500 words) to the address below.
Email submissions are strongly encouraged. Authors of accepted abstracts will
be invited to write a full paper for inclusion in the proceedings.

DEADLINES
=========
Abstracts due : 28th January, 1994
Acceptance notification : 4th February, 1994
Full paper due : 11th March, 1994

Please send submissions and correspondence to:
L.J. Evett, Department of Computing, Nottingham Trent University,
Burton Street, Nottingham, NG1 4BU England.
Tel: 0602 418418 ext. 2158 Fax: 0602 486518
email: ljeuk.ac.ntu.doc
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Message 2: GURT Session on Greek Linguistics

Date: Mon, 06 Dec 1993 16:52:38 GURT Session on Greek Linguistics
From: <PAVLOSguvax.acc.georgetown.edu>
Subject: GURT Session on Greek Linguistics

For the Listserve--announcement follows:

Papers are solicited for the Pre-session on Greek Linguistics to be held im-
mediately preceding the Georgetown University Round Table on languages and
linguistics, on Saturday, March 12, 1994. Papers on any area of Greek
Linguistics will be considered. Presentations should be in English , 20-
minute presentations, 10-minute discussions. Please send three copies of
a one-page abstract by January 15, 1994 to:

James Alatis, PhD and Pavlos Pavlou
Greek Linguistics Presession
Linguistics Department
Georgetown University
Washington, D.C. 20057-1068

or E-mail:
pavlosguvax.georgetown.edu

To ensure impartiality, do not include your name on the abstract. Please
enclose your name, address, title of abstract and E-mail address (if ap-
plicable) on a 3 X 5 index card. For more information or if you have
questions, write or E-mail to the above addresses.
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Message 3: ANLP-94 preliminary call for papers

Date: Sun, 5 Dec 93 20:59:04 ESTANLP-94 preliminary call for papers
From: Paul Jacobs <pjacobsunagi.cis.upenn.edu>
Subject: ANLP-94 preliminary call for papers


 PRELIMINARY CALL FOR PAPERS
 4th Conference on Applied Natural Language Processing
 Stuttgart, Germany
 October 13-15, 1994

 sponsored by
 Association for Computational Linguistics

 This conference will follow the theme and style of previous
ACL Applied conferences. Specific areas of interest and other details
will be provided in subsequent announcements.

REQUIREMENTS FOR SUBMISSION
 Authors should submit, by 2 May 1994, a) six copies of a
 full-length paper (min 9, max 15 double-spaced pages, minimum font
 size 12, exclusive of references); and b) 16 copies of a 20-30 line
 abstract. A paper accepted for presentation at the meeting cannot
 be presented or have been presented at any other meeting with publicly
 available published proceedings. Papers that are being submitted to
 other conferences must reflect this fact on the title page.
 Papers arriving after the deadline will be returned unopened. FAX
 papers will not be reviewed; however, electronic submissions will be
 allowed using the same guidelines as the 1994 ACL conference.

 Papers should be sent to the Program Chair:

 Paul Jacobs (ANLP-94) (215) 898-0332
 Institute for Research in Cognitive Science
 3401 Walnut St., Suite 400C, Rm. 420
 Philadelphia, PA 19104-6228
 pjacobsunagi.cis.upenn.edu

 Authors will be notified of acceptance or rejection by 5 July
 1994. Full-length versions of accepted papers, prepared according
 to instructions, must be received, along with a signed copyright
 release statement, by 22 August 1994.

TUTORIALS, DEMONSTRATIONS, WORKSHOPS AND INDUSTRIAL EXHIBITION

 The conference will have facilities for a variety of special
 events, including tutorials and workshops before the conference.
 For information regarding facilities and local arrangments,
 contact:

 Uwe Reyle and
 Sabine Schmidt
 Institut f"ur Maschinelle Sprachverarbeitung
 Universit"at Stuttgart
 Azenbergstr. 12
 D-70174 Stuttgart
 Germany

 phone: +49-711-1211379
 fax: +49-711-1211366
 e-mail: sabineims.uni-stuttgart.de

For other information on ACL, contact Judith Klavans (ACL),
Columbia University, Computer Science, New York, NY 10027, USA;
+1-914-478-1802 phone/fax; aclcs.columbia.edu.
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