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Message 1: Disputed Authorship Index

Date: Wed, 20 Jan 93 09:52:27 ESDisputed Authorship Index
From: <cfryeciis.mitre.org>
Subject: Disputed Authorship Index

I received several requests for summaries of information I received on the
Disputed Authorship Index, but I am sad to report that the net community
seems to have had little experience in this area. For those of you
interested in reading more about the statistical methods involved in the
DAI, see Murray Miron's paper "The Resolution of Disputed Communication
Origins", _Speech and Langauge: Advances in Baseic Research and Practice_,
Vol. 5, 1981, pp. 405-466.

Surely there's some NLP-oriented Ph.D. candidate out there with no ideas
for a good dissertation topic...

Best regards,

Curtis D. Frye
The MITRE Corporation, ATTN MS 267, 7525 Colshire Dr., McLean, VA 22102 USA
(703) 883-7843
cfryeciis.mitre.org (preferred) or cdfryeosprey.mitre.org or
cfryelinus.mitre.org or (last resort) cfrye%mdfmitre.org
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Message 2: ESSLLI'93

Date: Mon, 18 Jan 93 16:40:51 PRESSLLI'93
From: ana teresa <LLI93PTEARN.BitNet>
Subject: ESSLLI'93

 FIFTH EUROPEAN SUMMER SCHOOL
 IN LOGIC, LANGUAGE AND INFORMATION

 ORGANISED UNDER THE AUSPICES OF THE
EUROPEAN FOUNDATION FOR LOGIC, LANGUAGE AND INFORMATION
 AT THE

 FACULDADE DE LETRAS DA UNIVERSIDADE DE LISBOA
 PORTUGAL
 AUGUST 16-27 1993

The main focus of the school being the interface between logic,
linguistics and computation, the courses cover a variety of topics
within six areas of interest: logic, language, computation, logic and
computation, computation and language, language and logic.They are cast
at both introductory and advanced levels. Workshops and symposia will
also be offered. workshops will be chaired by an expert in the field
and will provide an opportunity for PHD students and other young
researchers to present their work and gain informed feedback and useful
contacts. Symposia will typically consist of a series of presentations
on a timely topic by people active in the relevant areas. Both workshops
and symposia are intended to encourage collaboration and cross
fertilisation of ideas by stimulating in-depth discussion of issues
which are at the forefront of current research in the field. There will
also be invited lectures.

For further details, please contact:

ESSLLI'93
FACULDADE DE LETRAS
ALAMEDA DA UNIVERSIDADE
1699 LISBOA CODEX
PORTUGAL

EMAIL: LLI93PTEARN.FC.UL.PT
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