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Date: Thu, 11 Nov 1993 15:52:47 Workshop on Computational Linguistics
From: Judith Klavans <klavanscs.columbia.edu>
Subject: Workshop on Computational Linguistics


Many people have sent me requests for information on the Workshop that
was mentioned in the posting by Pete Schult in LINGUIST ,
Fri, 1 Oct 93 09:51:32 -0500. Thus, I am submitting a short general
announcement to LINGUIST. More will be available at the conference.
For those who cannot come, send me a message after the meeting, and
I will send you whatever materials are distributed.
Judith Klavans klavanscs.columbia.edu

 ====== Workshop Announcement ======

 ==>> PERSPECTIVES ON COMPUTATIONAL LINGUISTICS <<==
 Linguistic Society of America -- January 7, 1994 7-10 pm
 Organizer: Judith L. Klavans

Computational linguistics (CL) is a relatively new field within the
discipline of linguistics. The central questions in CL
can be viewed from several perspectives: How can a computational
approach be used to test linguistic theory? How can systems based on
linguistic knowledge be built to analyze or produce language?
In what ways might an implementation validate abstractions concerning
linguistic structure?
The purpose of this symposium is to present views on the role of
linguistics in computational linguistics, and on the role
of computational approaches in linguistics.

Issues in Computational Linguistics - Overview Judith Klavans (organizer)
Syntax in Applied Natural Language Processing Lori Levin
Lexical Semantics and Computational System James Pustejovsky
Prosody, Intonation, and Speech Technology Janet Pierrehumbert
Parsing Problems and Computational Morphology Stephen Anderson
Applications and the Real World Evelyne Tzoukermann

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