LINGUIST List 4.441

Wed 09 Jun 1993

Confs: Computational, CALICO, Lexical, ACH

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  1. Judith Klavans, Computational Linguistics Meeting
  2. Helen Dry, More on CALICO '93
  3. "James Pustejovsky", ACQUISITION OF LEXICAL KNOWLEDGE FROM TEXT
  4. ACH-ALLC93 Conference, ACH-ALLC93 Conference - Last Call

Message 1: Computational Linguistics Meeting

Date: Tue, 1 Jun 1993 17:05:29 -Computational Linguistics Meeting
From: Judith Klavans <klavanscs.columbia.edu>
Subject: Computational Linguistics Meeting


 ===>>> Reminder : Just before the Linguistics Institute

 ASSOCIATION FOR COMPUTATIONAL LINGUISTICS
 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

 ... and much more.

For information, contact walkerflash.belcore.com
 klavanscs.columbia.edu
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Message 2: More on CALICO '93

Date: Thu, 3 Jun 93 13:19:49 -04More on CALICO '93
From: Helen Dry <hdryemunix.emich.edu>
Subject: More on CALICO '93


I would like to add some additional information,
specifically our Hungarian Sponsor's contact information
to the Linguist e-mail listing of the CALICO '93
International Symposium.

-Eleanor Johnson

****************

CALICO (Computer Assisted Language Learning and Instruction
COnsortium) '93 International Symposium to be held in Budapest,
Hungary, 4-6 August. The conference will be hosted by The
Hungarian Republic Ministry of Education and Department of Defense.
For more information, please contact the nearer CALICO Conference
Office:

CALICO
Duke University
014 Language Center
P.O. Box 90267
Durham, North Carolina 27708-0267 USA

Phone: (919) 681-6455
Fax: (919) 681-6485
E-mail: CALICODukemvs.ac.duke.edu.

***

CALICO KONFERENCIA TITKARSAG
Professzorok Haza
Budapest
Ajtosi-Durersor 19-21
Hungary

Whenever you call or send a message, please refer to CALICO.
Phone: +36-1-2515-121 or +36-1-153-4261
Fax: +36-1-1428-157
E-mail: h3195vegella.hu or vegvarifki.huninet.hu
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Message 3: ACQUISITION OF LEXICAL KNOWLEDGE FROM TEXT

Date: Fri, 4 Jun 93 13:57:46 -04ACQUISITION OF LEXICAL KNOWLEDGE FROM TEXT
From: "James Pustejovsky" <jamespchaos.cs.brandeis.edu>
Subject: ACQUISITION OF LEXICAL KNOWLEDGE FROM TEXT

 ACQUISITION OF LEXICAL KNOWLEDGE FROM TEXT

 21, June 1993
 Ohio State University
 Columbus, Ohio, USA

 A workshop sponsored by the
 Special Interest Group on the Lexicon (SIGLEX)
 of the
 Association for Computational Linguistics


LOCATION: Fawcett Center, Rooms 2-3

 FINAL PROGRAM

8:30 - 8:45 Registration ($20.00/person, for attendance and proceedings)
8:45 - 9:15 Thomas Ahlswede and David Lorand
Word Sense Disambiguation by Human Subjects: Computational and
Psycholinguistic Applications

9:15 - 9:45 Claudia Leacock, Geoffrey Towell, and Ellen Voorhees
Towards building Contextual Representations of Word Senses Using
Statistical Models

9:45 - 10:15 Youn S. Han, Young Kyoon Han, and Key-Sun Choi
Lexical Concept Acquisition from Collocation Map

break 10:15 - 10:45

10:45 - 11:15 David McDonald
Internal and External Evidence in the Identification and Semantic
Categorization of Proper Names

11:15 - 11:45 Inderjeet Mani, T. Richard Macmillan, Susann Luperfoy,
Elaine Lusher, and Sharon Laskowski
Identifying Unknown Proper Names in Newswire Text

11:45 -12:15 Marti Hearst and Hinrich Schuetze
Customizing a Lexicon to Better Suit a Computational Task

Lunch 11:45 - 1:45

1:45 - 2:15 Roberto Basili, Maria Pazienza, and Paola Velardi
Hierarchical Clustering of Verbs

2:15 - 2:45 Victor Poznanski and Antonio Sanfilippo
Detecting Dependencies between Semantic Verb Subclasses and
Subcategorization Frames in Text Corpora

2:45 - 3:15 Akira Ushioda, David Evans, Ted Gibson, Alex Waibel
The Automatic Acquisition of Frequencies of Verb Subcategorization
Frames from Tagged Corpora

3:15 - 3:45 Chinatsu Aone and Douglas McKee
Acquiring Predicate-Argument Mapping Information from Multilingual
Texts

Break 3:45 - 4:15

4:15 - 4:45 Robert Futrelle and Susan Gauch
Experiments in Syntactic and Semantic Classification and
Disambiguation using Bootstrapping

4:45 - 5:15 Scott Waterman
Structural Methods for Lexical/Semantic Patterns

5:15 - 5:45 Gregory Greffenstette
Evaluation Techniques for Automatic Semantic Extraction: Comparing
Syntactic and Window Based Approaches

Alternate Papers:
Woojin Paik, Elizabeth Liddy, Edmund Yu, and Mary McKenna
Categorization and Standardizing Proper Nouns for Efficient
Information Retrieval

Elena Paskaleva, Kiril Simov, Mariana Damova, and Milena Slavcheva
The Long Journey from the Core to the Real Size of Large LDBs


WORKSHOP PROCEEDINGS: A proceedings containing the accepted papers
will be made available at the workshop; these will be subsequently
published as a book.

Program Chair: Branimir Boguraev
 Speech and Language Technologies
 Apple Technologies Inc.
 One Infinite Loop, MS: 301-3C
 Cupertino, CA 95014
 voice: 408-974-1048
 bkbapple.com

Program Committee:
 Susan Armstrong-Warwick, ISSCO, Geneva
 Bran Boguraev, Apple Technologies
 Ann Copestake, University of Cambridge
 Gregory Grefenstette, University of Pittsburgh
 James Pustejovsky, Brandeis University
 Mats Rooth, University of Stuttgart
 David Waltz, Thinking Machines Corporation
 Uri Zernik, GE-CRD
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Message 4: ACH-ALLC93 Conference - Last Call

Date: Tue, 01 Jun 1993 11:44:01 ACH-ALLC93 Conference - Last Call
From: ACH-ALLC93 Conference <ACH_ALLC93guvax.acc.georgetown.edu>
Subject: ACH-ALLC93 Conference - Last Call

LAST CALL: ACH-ALLC93 -- the joint international conference of the
Association for Computers and the Humanities and the Association for Literary
and Linguistic Computing -- will be held at Georgetown University in
Washington, DC, June 16-19, 1993. The current draft of the conference
program -- of interest to anyone who develops, provides, or analyzes
electronic text -- appears below.

Highlights of the conference include keynote addresses by Clifford Lynch and
Hugh Kenner; a report on the Text Encoding Initiative; special-interest-group
meetings on Teaching Humanities Computing, the Patrologia Latina Database,
and the Oxford Text Archive; a text-analysis workshop using TACT; a Software
Fair with dozens of presentations; and vendor displays from major commercial
producers of electronic texts and analytical software.

A registration form and other conference-related information can be obtained
in several ways: by anonymous ftp or gopher from the ach_allc93 directories
at guvax.georgetown.edu or from Paul Mangiafico, Project Assistant, by email
at ach_allc93guvax.georgetown.edu; by surface mail at 238 Reiss Science
Building, Georgetown University, Washington, DC 20057; or by telephone 202-
687-6096 (voice) and 202-687-6003 (fax).
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