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Date: Tue, 6 Apr 93 22:27:49 -04ACL-93 Annual Meeting Program and Registration information
From: Don Walker <walkerbellcore.com>
Subject: ACL-93 Annual Meeting Program and Registration information

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 ASSOCIATION FOR COMPUTATIONAL LINGUISTICS
 31st Annual Meeting

 ACL-93

 22-26 June 1993
 Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio, USA

 INVITED TALKS

 Planning Multimodal Discourse
 Wolfgang Wahlster, German Research Center for AI

 Transfers of Meaning
 Geoff Nunberg, Xerox PARC

 Quantificational Domains and Recursive Contexts
 Barbara Partee, University of Massachusetts


 SPECIAL MEETINGS

 ACL Business Meeting with elections and voting on constitutional changes

 Student Member Lunch Meeting

 NOTICE CONTENTS

 PROGRAM INFORMATION
 TUTORIAL DESCRIPTIONS
 SPECIAL MEETINGS
 STUDENT SESSION INFORMATION
 REGISTRATION INFORMATION AND DIRECTIONS
 HOTEL INFORMATION
 APPLICATION FOR REGISTRATION
 APPLICATION FOR RESIDENCE HALLS


 ASSOCIATION FOR COMPUTATIONAL LINGUISTICS
 31st Annual Meeting
 22 - 26 June 1993
 Fawcett Center, Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio, USA

 PROGRAM

TUESDAY, 22 JUNE - FAWCETT CENTER AUDITORIUM
12:00-5:00 Tutorial Registration, Lobby
2:00-5:30 TUTORIAL SESSIONS
 Brain and Language
 Helen Gigley and Steve Small
 Mathematics of Language: How to Measure the Complexity
 of Natural Languages
 Alexis Manaster Ramer and Wlodek Zadrozny
7:00-9:00 Tutorial Registration and Reception, Lobby

WEDNESDAY, 23 JUNE - FAWCETT CENTER AUDITORIUM
8:00-5:00 Tutorial and Conference Registration, Lobby
9:00-12:30 TUTORIAL SESSIONS
 Multimedia and Multimodal Parsing
 Kent Wittenburg
 Natural Language Processing and Information Retrieval
 David D. Lewis and Elizabeth D. Liddy
12:00-9:00 EXHIBITS AND DEMONSTRATIONS, Room 10 & Exhibit Room
 LUNCH
1:30-1:45 OPENING REMARKS AND ANNOUNCEMENTS
1:45-2:10 Char_align: A Program for Aligning Parallel Texts at the
 Character Level
2:10-2:35 Aligning Sentences in Bilingual Corpora Using Lexical
 Information
 Stanley Chen
2:35-3:00 An Algorithm for Finding Noun Phrase Correspondences in
 Bilingual Corpora
 Julian Kupiec
3:00-3:30 BREAK
3:30-3:55 Structural Matching of Parallel Texts
 Yuji Matsumoto, Hiroyuki Ishimoto, Takehito Utsuro,
 & Makoto Nagao
3:55-4:20 Towards History-Based Grammars: Using Richer Models for
 Probabilistic Parsing
 Ezra Black, Fred Jelinek, John Lafferty,
 David M. Magerman, Robert Mercer, & Salim Roukos
4:20-4:45 Using Bracketed Parses to Evaluate a Grammar Checking
 Application
 Richard Wojcik, Philip Harrison, & John Bremer
4:45-5:15 BREAK
5:15-5:40 A Speech-First Model for Repair Detection and Correction
 Christine Nakatani & Julia Hirschberg
5:40-6:05 Gemini: A Natural Language System for Spoken-Language
 Understanding
 Mark Gawron, Doug Appelt, John Bear, Lynn Cherny,
 Robert Moore, & Doug Moran
7:00-9:00 RECEPTION WITH EXHIBITS AND DEMONSTRATIONS

THURSDAY, 24 JUNE - FAWCETT CENTER AUDITORIUM
8:00-5:00 Conference Registration, Lobby
9:00-7:00 EXHIBITS AND DEMONSTRATIONS, Room 10 & Exhibit Room
9:00-9:25 The Effect of Establishing Coherence in Ellipsis and Anaphora
 Resolution
 Andrew Kehler
9:25-9:50 Temporal Centering
 Megumi Kameyama, Rebecca Passonneau, & Massimo Poesio
9:50-10:15 Inferring the Semantic Scope of Operators
 Massimo Poesio
10:15-10:45 BREAK
10:45-11:10 Two Kinds of Metonymy
 David Stallard
11:10-12:15 Planning Multimodal Discourse ***INVITED TALK***
 Wolfgang Wahlster, German Research Center for AI
12:15-1:45 LUNCH
1:45-2:10 A Unification-Based Parser for Relational Grammar
 David E. Johnson, Adam Meyers, & Lawrence S. Moss
2:10-2:35 Parsing Free Word Order Languages in the Paninian Framework
 Akshar Bharati, Vineet Chaitanya, & Rajeev Sangal
2:35-3:00 Principle-Based Parsing without Overgeneration
 Dekang Lin
3:00-3:30 BREAK
3:30-3:55 Lexicalized Context-Free Grammars
 Yves Schabes
3:55-4:20 Parallel Multiple Context-Free Grammars, Finite-State
 Translation Systems, and Polynomial-Time Recognizable
 Subclasses of Lexical-Functional Grammars
 Hiroyuki Seki, Ryuichi Nakanishi, Yuichi Kaji,
 Sachiko Ando, & Tadao Kasami
4:20-4:45 Feature-Based Allomorphy
 Hans-Ulrich Krieger, John Nerbonne, & Hannes Pirker
4:45-5:15 BREAK
5:15-5:40 Intention-based Segmentation: Human Reliability and Correlation with
 Linguistic Cues
 Rebecca J. Passonneau & Diane J. Litman
5:40-6:05 Language-Independent Anaphora Resolution System for
 Understanding Multilingual Texts
 Chinatsu Aone & Doug McKee

7:00-10:00 RECEPTION AND BANQUET
 Presidential Address: Fernando Pereira

FRIDAY, 25 JUNE - FAWCETT CENTER AUDITORIUM
8:30-3:00 Conference Registration, Lobby
9:00-6:00 EXHIBITS AND DEMONSTRATIONS, Room 10 & Exhibit Room
9:00-9:25 Contextual Word Similarity and Estimation from Sparse Data
 Ido Dagan, Shaul Marcus, & Shaul Markovitch
9:25-9:50 Towards the Automatic Identification of Adjectival Scales:
 Clustering of Adjectives According to Meaning
 Vasileios Hatzivassiloglou & Kathleen McKeown
9:50-10:15 Distributional Clustering of English Words
 Fernando Pereira, Naftali Tishby, & Lillian Lee
10:15-10:40 BREAK
10:40-11:45 Transfers of Meaning ***INVITED TALK***
 Geoff Nunberg, Xerox PARC
11:45-12:40 BUSINESS MEETING, ELECTIONS, & CONSTITUTIONAL CHANGES
 See separate notice for description of special agenda items.
 NOMINATIONS FOR ACL OFFICES FOR 1994:
 President: Karen Sparck Jones, University of Cambridge
 Vice President: Doug Appelt, SRI International
 Secretary-Treasurer: Don Walker, Bellcore
 Associate Secretary-Treasurer: Judith Klavans, Columbia University
 Executive Committee (1994-1996): Ed Hovy, USC Information Sciences Institute
 Nominating Committee (1994-1996): Fernando Pereira, AT&T Bell Laboratories
12:40-2:10 LUNCH
 STUDENT SESSIONS
2:10-2:28 A Flexible Approach to Cooperative Response Generation in
 Information-Seeking Dialogues
 Liliana Ardissono, Alessandro Lombardo, & Dario Sestero,
 University of Torino
2:28-2:46 Identifying Relevant Prior Explanations
 James A. Rosenblum, University of Pittsburgh
2:46-3:04 Responding to User Queries in a Collaborative Environment
 Jennifer Chu, University of Delaware
3:04-3:22 The Imperfective Paradox and Trajectory-of-Motion Events
 Michael White, University of Pennsylvania
3:22-3:40 Text Segmentation Based on Similarity Between Words
 Hideki Kozima, University of Electro-Communications
3:40-4:10 BREAK
4:10-4:28 How Do We Count? The Problem of Tagging Phrasal Verbs in PARTS
 Nava Shaked, The City University of New York
4:28-4:46 Raisins, Sultanas, and Currants: Lexical Classification and
 Abstraction via Context Priming
 David J. Hutches, University of California, San Diego
4:46-5:04 Guiding an HPSG Parser using Semantic and Pragmatic
 Expectations
 Jim Skon, The Ohio State University
5:04-5:22 The Formal Consequence of Using Variables in CCG Categories
 Beryl Hoffman, University of Pennsylvania
5:22-5:40 Integrating Word Boundary Identification with Sentence
 Understanding
 Kok Wee Gan, National University of Singapore
5:40-5:58 Extending Kimmo's Two-Level Model of Morphology
 Anoop Sarkar, C-DAC, Pune University Campus

8:15-10:15 JUDY COLLINS & THE COLUMBUS SYMPHONY -- see separate notice
 Chemical Abstracts grounds, next to Fawcett Auditorium

SATURDAY, 26 JUNE - FAWCETT CENTER AUDITORIUM
8:30-1:00 Conference Registration, Lobby
9:00-2:00 EXHIBITS AND DEMONSTRATIONS, Room 10 & Exhibit Room
9:00-9:25 A Complete and Recursive Feature Theory
 Rolf Backofen & Gert Smolka
9:25-9:50 On the Decidability of Functional Uncertainty
 Rolf Backofen
9:50-10:15 A Logical Semantics for Nonmonotonic Sorts
 Mark A. Young & Bill Rounds
10:15-10:45 BREAK
10:45-11:10 F-PATR: Functional Constraints for Unification Grammars
 Kent Wittenburg
11:10-12:15 Quantificational Domains and Recursive Contexts
 ***INVITED TALK ***
 Barbara Partee, University of Massachusetts
12:15-1:45 LUNCH and STUDENT MEMBER LUNCH -- See separate notice
1:45-2:10 Tailoring Lexical Choice to the User's Vocabulary in Multimedia
 Explanation Generation
 Kathleen McKeown, Jacques Robin, & Michael Tanenblatt
2:10-2:35 Automatic Acquisition of a Large Subcategorization Dictionary
 from Corpora
 Christopher D. Manning
2:35-3:00 An Empirical Study on Thematic Knowledge Acquisition Based on
 Syntactic Clues and Heuristics
 Rey-Long Liu & Von-Wun Soo
3:00-3:30 BREAK
3:30-3:55 Part-of-Speech Induction from Scratch
 Hinrich Schuetze
3:55-4:20 Automatic Grammar Induction and Parsing Free Text:
 A Transformation-Based Approach
 Eric Brill
4:20-4:45 A Competition-Based Explanation of Syntactic Attachment
 Preferences and Garden Path Phenomena
 Suzanne Stevenson
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