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  1. Steven Bird, Call For Papers: Special Issue of CL on Computational Phonology
  2. Wolfgang Slany, UPDATE: FUZZY LOGIC IN ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE, LINZ (AUSTRIA) June

Message 1: Call For Papers: Special Issue of CL on Computational Phonology

Date: Mon, 18 Jan 93 10:31:41 +0Call For Papers: Special Issue of CL on Computational Phonology
From: Steven Bird <stevencogsci.edinburgh.ac.uk>
Subject: Call For Papers: Special Issue of CL on Computational Phonology


Topics of Interest.

Papers are invited on substantial and original research on all aspects
of computational phonology, including (but not limited to) the
following topics:

 Computational paradigms for phonological processing:
 - Finite-state devices
 - Connectionist networks
 - Object-oriented programming
 - Logic (e.g. Categorial Grammar, Feature Logics,
 Default Logics, Constraint Logic Programming)
 - Complexity results for phonological processing

 Formalised and implemented frameworks for:
 - Autosegmental phonology
 - Lexical phonology
 - Prosodic morphology
 - Government-based phonology
 - Comparative reconstruction

 Integration of computational phonology with computational
 grammar frameworks and with speech technology.

Requirements.

Papers should describe unique work, they should emphasize completed
work rather than intended work and they should indicate clearly the
state of completion of the reported results. Furthermore, papers
should have a computational component, which may be an implementation
with an application to a natural language, or a theoretical result
(e.g. a computational complexity result).

Project notes.

Provision is also being made for the inclusion of short project notes.
These should be no longer than 400 words in length (1 page in the
journal format). These should include details about the nature,
affiliation and scale of the project, its objectives, timescale and
current state. Information about the availability of an
implementation can also be included.

Commentaries.

Accepted papers will be made available for commentary. Commentaries
of up to 400 words in length will be solicited from suitably qualified
researchers.

Publication.

Accepted papers, project notes and commentaries will appear in a
forthcoming special issue of the Computational Linguistics journal
devoted to computational phonology.

Submission.

Authors should submit six copies of full length papers. The length of
a paper depends on its content, but we suggest that manuscripts be
limited to forty double-spaced pages. Submissions will be fully
refereed, being read by at least two members of the editorial board
and by two additional experts in the particular subject area within
computational phonology. The title page should include the title, the
name(s) of the author(s), complete addresses, a short (ten-line)
summary, and a specification of the topic area. Submissions should
be sent to either of the following addresses:

 James F. Allen Steven Bird
 CL Editor CL Special Issue Editor
 Computer Science Department University of Edinburgh
 University of Rochester Centre for Cognitive Science
 Rochester, NY 14627, U.S.A. Edinburgh, EH8 9LW, U.K.

Schedule.

The submission deadline is May 1, 1993. Authors will be notified
of acceptance or rejection by September 1, 1993. Final manuscripts with
revisions will be due on November 1, 1993.
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Message 2: UPDATE: FUZZY LOGIC IN ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE, LINZ (AUSTRIA) June

Date: Mon, 18 Jan 93 19:25:00 +0UPDATE: FUZZY LOGIC IN ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE, LINZ (AUSTRIA) June
From: Wolfgang Slany <wsivexpert.dbai.tuwien.ac.at>
Subject: UPDATE: FUZZY LOGIC IN ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE, LINZ (AUSTRIA) June

The deadline for submissions of papers and proposals of workshops for
the FLAI'93 conference is January 22, 1993. Email submissions are
allowed. For details regarding all aspects of the conference send
E-mail to
 flai93_infovexpert.dbai.tuwien.ac.at

Best regards, and see you in Linz at FLAI'93,

Wolfgang SLANY

FUZZY LOGIC IN ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE, LINZ (AUSTRIA) June 28-30, 1993
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