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Date: Tue, 3 Aug 93 16:14:35 CSTPACFoCoL/ROCLING
From: ROCLING <rocltshiis.sinica.edu.tw>
Subject: PACFoCoL/ROCLING

 Pacific Asia Conference on Formal and Computational Linguistics
 Program

1993/8/30

 8:30 - 9:00 Registration
 9:00 - 9:10 Opening Remarks
 9:10 - 10:10 Invited Speaker
 John Nerbonne "Constraint-Based Semantics"
 (Groningen U.)
10:10 - 11:10 Invited Speaker
 Mary Dalrymple "Reciprocals and the Syntax-semantics
 (Xerox PARC) Interface"
11:10 - 11:30 Tea Break
11:30 - 12:30 Session 1
 1.Chih-Chen Jane Tang "On the Distribution and Transportability
 (Academia Sinica) of Adjuncts in Chinese"
 2.Kathleen Ahrens "Additional Evidence for LF: Wh-words in
 (U. C. San Diego) Mandarin Chinese"
 3.Yu-Fang Wang "The Chinese NPI Renhe In Contexts With
 (Taiwan Normal U.) Negative Values"
12:30 - 13:30 Lunch
13:30 - 14:30 Session 2
 4.Chunyu Kit "Description of Chinese intransitive verbs
 (Carnegie Mellon U.) and adjuncts within the LFG formalism"
 5.Jong-Bok Kim "A Constraint-Based and Lexical Approach to
 (Stanford U.) Korean Verb Inflections"
 6.Hongming Zhang "The Syntactic Condition of Taiwanese Tone
 (U. of Singapore) Sandhi"
14:30 - 14:50 Tea Break
14:50 - 15:50 Session 3
 7.Yoichi Uetake "Two Formal Representations of The Thematic-
 (Tokyo U.) Rhematic Structure of Sentences"
 8.Michiko Nakano "Cognitive Semantics and A Boolean Valued
 (Waseda U.) Model"
 9.Paul Horng Jyh Wu "Toward Integrating Concept Hierarchies"
 (U. of Singapore)
15:50 - 16:10 Tea Break

 - 1 -

16:10 - 17:10 Session 4
 10.Ruslan Mitkov "Automatic Abstracting in a Limited Domain"
 (U. of Science Malaysia)
 11.H.C. Ho "Using Syntactic Markers and Semantic Frame
 Benjamin K. T'sou Knowledge Representation in Automatic
 Terence Y.W. Chan Chinese Text Abstraction
 Tom B.Y. Lai
 Suen Caesar Lun
 (City Polytechnic of H.K.)
 12.Yuangshan Chuang "A Quantitative Corpus Analysis of Word
 (U. of Illinois) Frequency and Part of Speech in The English
 Textbooks Used in Senior High Schools in Taiwan"
18:00 Dinner

1993/8/31

 9:00 - 10:00 Invited Speaker
 Mark Liberman "Is Syntax Hard to Learn?"
 (U. of Penn.)
10:00 - 11:00 Kenneth Church "Aligning Parallel Texts:Do Methods Developed
 (AT&T Bell Labs) for English-French Generalize to Asian
 Languages?"
11:00 - 11:20 Tea Break
11:20 - 12:20 Session 5
 13.Hiroto Ohnishi "Intensional Contexts and Common Knowledge"
 (Toyo Women's U.)
 Seiki Akama
 (Teikyo U.)
 14.Akira Ishikawa "Dynamic Temporal Reasoning in Japanese"
 (Sophia U.)
 15.Ryooya Okabe "On Flattening Categories in Categorial
 (Sophia U.) Grammar"
12:20 - 13:30 Lunch
13:30 - 14:50 Session 6
 16.Cheng-Hui Liu "On Transitivity in Pre-Qin Chinese--The
 (Academia Sinica) Application of Computational Corpus in
 Historical Chinese Syntax"
 17.Benjamin K T'sou "The Pragmatics of Bargaining in Chinese!G
 A Computational Model"
 (City Polytechnic of H.K.)

 - 2 -

 18.Ching-Yu Chen "Some Distributional Properties of Mandarin
 Shu-Fen Tseng Chinese-- A Study based on the Academia
 Keh-jiann Chen Sinica Coupus"
 Chu-Ren Huang
 (Academia Sinica)
 19.Ruslan Mitkov "A Knowledge-Based and Sublanguage-Oriented
 (U. of Science Approach for Anaphora Resolution"
 Malaysia)
14:50 - 15:20 Tea Break
15:20 - 16:20 Session 7
 20.Claire Chang "Complex Stative Construction:Resultative
 (Cheng Chi U.) or Descriptive?"
 21.Shen-Min Chang "V+qi(lai) Compounds in Mandarin Chinese"
 (Tsing Hua U.)
 22.Zhao-Ming Gao "On the Syntactic Structure of Evaluative
 Chu-Ren Huang V-qilai Construction in Chinese"
 Chih-Chen Jane Tang
 (Academia Sinica)
16:20 - 16:40 Tea Break
16:40 - 17:40 Invited Speaker
 Ting-Chi Tang "A 'Theta-Grid' approach to a Contrastive
 (Tsing Hua U.) Analysis of English, Chinese and Japanese"

Alternate Papers:
1.One-Soon Her "LECS: An LFG-Based Unification Grammar Formalism for Natural
 Language Processing"
2.Yong Kui Zhang "Using Cluster Analysis for Processing English Texts"
 James R. Cowie
3.Hui-i Amy Kung "A Small-Clause Analysis for the Mandarin Double Object
 Construction"
4.Hui-Chuan Hsu "Imperative Forms in Sediq:A Perspective froms the Morphemic
 Plane Hypothesis"
5.Wen-Jen Wei "Quantifier Phrase Incorporation in Chinese"

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 Pacific Asia Conference
 On Formal and Computational Linguistics (PACFoCoL I)
 Taipei, August 30-31, 1993

 Registration Form

Name: Date of Birth:
Gender:
Country of Residence: Passport #:
Institution:
Address:
E-mail Address:
Tel: Fax number:

Registration Fees for PACFoCoL:

*Payment before 8-14-93 for those who register at the same time for
ROCLING VI (see reverse side for additional ROCLING registration
and hotel fees): ___ US$ 30
*Payment before 8/14 (for those attending PACFoCoL only): ___ US$ 50

PACFoCoL Conference Site: Academic Activity Center, Academia
Sinica, Taipei

Accommodations: Academic Activity Center, Academia Sinica

Do you need our help in booking a room at Academic Activity Center?
Yes _________ No __________
Single or Double Room? __________________
Check in Date _____________ Check out Date _____________

Daily charge for a single room is roughly US $25 and for a double
room is US $32. Please inform us before August 14 if you need our
help to book a room. You will need to pay for your hotel fees in
Taiwan dollars before checking-out of the hotel.

Please fill out this form, as well as the reverse side if you are
also attending ROCLING VI and enclose a check of registration fees
payable to the Computational Linguistics Society of R.O.C. and
return it to the following address before 8/14/93:

Miss Shu-Hui Tsai
ROCLING
Institute of Information Science
Academia Sinica, Nankang
Taipei 115, Taiwan, R.O.C.

If you have any questions, please contact Miss Shu-Hui Tsai:
Tel & Fax: 886-2-7881638
E-mail address: rocltshiis.sinica.edu.tw

PLEASE SEE THE FOLLOWING PAGE FOR ROCLING VI REGISTRATION AND
PAYMENT


 !R.O.C. Computational Linguistics Conference VI (ROCLING VI)

 !!!!!!!!!!!! !Program

Sep 2. 1993
=================================================================
 6:30 Get on bus at
 Taiwan U.

 7:00! Get on bus at
 Activity Center,
 Academia Sinica

 8:30! Get on bus at
 Tsing-Hun U.
 | Check in

12:00 Lunch

14:00 - 15:00 Session Chair:
 Chu-Ren Huang
 Invited Speaker "Software for Applied Semantics"
 John Nerbonne

15:00 - 15:30 Tea Break

15:30 - 16:30 Session Chair:
 Chun-Sheng Chang
 Invited Speaker "The Resource Logic of Complex
 Mary Dalrymple Predicate Interpretation"

16:30 - 17:00 Tea Break

 Session I
 Session Chair:
 Hsin-Hsi Chen

17:00 - 17:30 Ming-Yu Lin "A Preliminary Study On Unknown
 Tung-Hui Chiang Word Problem In Chinese Word
 Keh-Yih Su Segmentation"

17:30 - 18:30 Tsai-Yen Peng "A Study on Chinese Lexical
 Chun-Sheng Chang Ambiguity, Word Segmentation
 and Tagging"

18:30 Dinner

19:30 Board of Director's
 Meeting


 !R.O.C. Computational Linguistics Conference VI (ROCLING VI)

Program

Sep 3. 1993
=================================================================
 7:30 - 8:00 Breakfast

 8:30 - 9:30 Session Chair:
 Keh-Jiann Chen
 Invited Speaker "Part of Speech Tagging and
 Kenneth Church Suggestions for the Future"

 9:30 - 10:30 Session Chair:
 Keh-Yih Su
 Invited Speaker
 Mark Liberman T.B.A.

10:30 - 11:00 Tea Break

 Session II
 Session Chair:
 Hsiao-Chuan Wang

11:00 - 11:30 Hsing-Ming Wang "An Algorithm for Automatically
 Yuan-Chen Chang Selecting Phonetically Balanced
 Ling-Shan Li Mandarin Sentences from Chinese
 Corpus"

11:30 - 12:00 Sung-Chien Lin "A Study of Word-Class Bigram
 Li-Feng Chien Approach to Linguistic Decoding
 Keh-Jiann Chen in Mandarin Speech Recognition"
 Ling-Shan Li

12:00 Lunch

 Session III
 Session Chair:
 Hsi-Chien Li

13:30 - 14:00 Yu-Hsi Li "A Storage Reduction Method
 Hsien-Hsi Chen for Corpus-Based Language
 Models"

14:00 - 14:30 Ming-Wen Wu "Corpus-based Automatic Rule
 Keh-Yih Su Selection In Designing A
 Grammar Checker"

14:30 - 15:00 Chao-Huang Chang "Automatic Clustering of
 Chinese Characters and Words

15:00 - 15:30 Tea Break

15:30 - 16:30 CKIP "Segmentation Criterion and
 Matching Tagset for Mandarin
 Chinese"

16:30 - 17:30 Business Meeting

18:00 Banquet

 !R.O.C. Computational Linguistics Conference VI (ROCLING VI)

 Program

Sep 4. 1993
=================================================================
 7:30 - 8:00 Breakfast

 Session IV
 Session Chair:
 Feng-Wen Su

 8:30 - 8:45 Zhibiao Wu "Developing a Chinese Module in
 Loke Soo Hsu UNITRAN"
 Martha Palmer
 Chew Lin Tan

 8:45 - 9:00 Audy Wong Man Hon "Fawrmt:With Special Emphasis
 Suen Caesar Lun On Grammar Designs and
 Partitioned Parsing"

 9:00 - 9:30 Yun-Yen Yang "A Study of Document Auto-
 Keh-Jiann Chen Classification in Mandarin
 Ching-Chun Hsieh Chinese"
 Shu-Mei Chen

 9:30 - 10:00 Tea Break

 Session V
 Session Chair:
 Wei-Chuan Li

10:00 - 10:30 Hsin-Hsi Chen "A Probabilistic Chunker"
 Kuang-hua Chen

10:30 - 11:00 Shih-Ping Wang "Corpus-based Automatic Rule
 Keh-Yih Su Selection In Designing A
 Grammar Checker"

11:00 - 11:15 Feng-Wen Su "Toward Discourse-guided
 Thetagrid Chart Parsing for
 Madarin Chinese--A Preliminary
 Report"

11:30 Lunch
 Return to
 Academia Sinica

 R.O.C. Computational Linguistics Conference VI
 ROCLING VI

 Hsitou National Park
 September 2-4, 1993

 Theme: Computational Semantics/Corpus Linguistics

 Registration Form

Name:

Date of Birth: Gender:

Country of Residence: Passport Number:

Institute Affliation:

Mailing Address:

Email Address:

Telephone: Fax Number:

REGISTRATION FEES AND HOTEL FEES MUST BE PAID BY MAIL BEFORE AUGUST
14, 1993:

Registration Fees: Member of ROC Comp. Ling. Society: ___ US $110
 1 year membership fee: ___ US $50
 (includes monthly newsletter and reduced fees
 on activities)
 Non-member: ___ US $140

 Registration fees include round-trip transportation to and
 from Academia Sinica to conference site of Hsi-tou National
 Park, park entrance fees, conference proceedings, and all
 meals. THE BUS WILL LEAVE PROMPTLY AT 7AM ON 9/2 FROM THE
 FRONT DOOR OF THE ACTIVITY CENTER AT ACADEMIA SINICA.

Hotels Fees for 2 nights (9/2 and 9/3) at Hsitou Park:

Double Room: ___ US $50 per person (please specify name of person
you wish to share with: _______________________________________)

Single Room: ___ US $60

Total: PACFoCoL Registration (from reverse side) + ROCLING VI
Registration + (ROCLING Membership Fee) + Hotel Fees for Hsitou
Park: US $____ (check payment information on reverse side)

PLEASE FILL OUT PACFoCoL REGISTRATION ON THE PRECEDING PAGE

 PACFOCOL I/ROCLING VI
 Optional Activities on Sept. 1, 1993

Morning Activities:

A. 9:30-12:00 Visiting the Chinese Knowledge Information
 Processing (CKIP) Group of the Institute of Information Science at
 Academia Sinica.
 (Classical & Modern Chinese Corpora, Electronic Dictionary, Chinese
 Parser, etc.)

B. 9:30-12:00 A guided tour of National Palace Museum in Taipei.

Afternoon Activities:

C. 3:00-5:00 Visiting the Behavior Design Corporation in Hsin-
 chu Science-based Industrial Park. (Demonstration of BDC EC MT
 System, D-Top Bilingual Desktop Publishing [W/ KWIC, Bilingual
 Dict.], Grammar Checker, On-line OCR, Personal Manager, etc.)
 Visitors will stay overnight in Hsin-chu and will board the bus
 going to ROCLING in Hsin-chu.

D. 3:00-5:00 A guided tour of the Museum of the Institute of
 History and Philology, Academia Sinica. (Museum not usually open
 to the public and can be visited by appointment only.)

Notes:
1. The above activities are free. However, participants are
responsible for their own expenses, such as food, transportation
and accommodation.
2. Spaces for the two visiting tours (A&C) are limited and will be
allotted in the order of registration.
3. Unless indicated otherwise, we will book a hotel at Hsin-chu
for the night of Sept.1 for participants of C.

_____________________________________________________________

Please fill out the following form and return it with the
registration form by August 14.
I would like to attend the following activities

[] one activity (please circle one)
 A, B, C, D

[] two activities (please circle one)
 AC, AD, BC, BD

 Signature

 _______________________
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