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  1. Bruno Tersago, reminder deadline paper submission TMI95
  2. "Caroline Smith", Annual Conference on African Linguistics

Message 1: reminder deadline paper submission TMI95

Date: Fri, 28 Oct 1994 16:02:06 reminder deadline paper submission TMI95
From: Bruno Tersago <Bruno.Tersagoccl.kuleuven.ac.be>
Subject: reminder deadline paper submission TMI95


 TMI95 - THE SIXTH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON THEORETICAL AND
 METHODOLOGICAL ISSUES IN MACHINE TRANSLATION (TMI95)

 July 5-7 1995
 University of Leuven
 Centre for Computational Linguistics
 Leuven, Belgium

 !!!!!!!!!!!!!! REMINDER OF DEADLINE FOR PAPER SUBMISSION !!!!!!!!!!!!!!

 The Sixth International Conference on Theoretical and
 Methodological Issues in Machine Translation (TMI95) will be held
 from July 5 to 7 1995 at the University of Leuven, Belgium. It
 will precede the Fifth edition of the MT Summit, hosted by the EC
 in Luxembourg from July 10 to 14.

 TMI95 will focus on three major topics: computational semantics
 for MT, MT of spoken language, and the use of
 sublanguage/controlled language for MT.

 As a novelty for TMI, two kinds of papers can be submitted:

 1) High-quality topical papers focussing on (but not limited to)
 the broad domains of computational semantics for MT, MT for
 spoken languages the use of sublanguage or controlled language
 for MT.

 2) Short progress notes reporting on ongoing research, possibly
 accompanied by a demonstration (no commercial systems).

 !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
 !!! PLEASE NOTE THAT THE DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSION !!!
 !!! IS JANUARY 15 1995. !!!
 !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

 The papers should respect the following conventions:
 - single column, double-spaced, point size 12 for running text
 (figures, annexes, references can deviate from this)
 - maximum length: 20 pages including figures and references
 (about 5000 words)
 - they must be in English
 - they must contain a 100-150 word abstract

 Papers will be reviewed by international experts in the field.
 Notification of acceptance will be sent by APRIL 15 1995.

 Preference is given to e-mail submission in LaTeX-format. These
 should be forwarded to
 tmi-submccl.kuleuven.ac.be
 before JANUARY 15 1995. LaTeX submissions must be self-contained
 LaTeX source and should not refer to any external files or styles
 except for the standard styles for TeX 3.14 and LaTeX 2.09. An
 exception is made however for "avm.sty", "trees.sty" (by Andrew
 Avery) and "treedvips.sty".

 FURTHER INQUIRIES

 University of Leuven
 Centre for Computational Linguistics
 Maria-Theresiastraat 21
 B-3000 Leuven, Belgium
 Phone: +32-16-285088
 e-mail tmi95ccl.kuleuven.ac.be

 ATTENTION: from 01-01-1995 onwards, phonenumbers of University of
 Leuven will change!
 +32-16-28.... ---> +32-16-32....
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Message 2: Annual Conference on African Linguistics

Date: Sun, 30 Oct 1994 16:08:09 Annual Conference on African Linguistics
From: "Caroline Smith" <SMITHChumnet.ucla.edu>
Subject: Annual Conference on African Linguistics


Call for Papers

ACAL - 26

26th Annual Conference on African Linguistics
at the University of California, Los Angeles
March 24-26, 1995

SPECIAL THEME
African Language Classification
In Honor of the 80th Birthday of Joseph H. Greenberg
and the 40th Anniversary of the Publication of
Studies in African Linguistic Classification
Keynote address by Professor Greenberg
State of the art reports by invited participants
Special demonstrations of computer methods for linguistic comparison and
reconstruction

All those interested in participating are invited to submit abstracts
relating to the special theme of the conference, or on any other aspect of
African Linguistics. They should be of not more than 250 words in length and
should arrive by January 10 1995. They may be submitted on paper or by
e-mail.

To receive further announcements contact:
Tom Hinnebusch or Ian Maddieson
ACAL-26
Department of Linguistics, UCLA
405 Hilgard Avenue
Los Angeles CA 90024-1543
USA

e-mail ACAL26humnet.ucla.edu

ACAL-26 will be preceded by meeting of the African Language Teachers
Association, March 23 and followed by the 6th Nilo-Saharan Linguistics
Conference (if funding approved) March 27-28. For more information on the
Nilo-Saharan Conference, contact M. Lionel Bender, Dept of Anthropology,
Southern Illinois University, Carbondale IL 62901 USA

Abstracts may be typed on paper to fit within a square 16 cm by 9 cm or may
be otherwise prepared provided they fit the length specification. They
should be sent to:

Tom Hinnebusch or Ian Maddieson
ACAL-26
Department of Linguistics, UCLA
405 Hilgard Avenue
Los Angeles CA 90024-1543
USA

Alternatively they may be submitted by e-mail to
ACAL26humnet.ucla.edu

A booklet containing the abstracts will be circulated to all particpants at
the conference. The organizers reserve the right to edit abstracts to
conform to standards of length and style.

If you wish to have your name placed on the ACAL mailing list for
announcements of future meetings
notify the organizers by email.
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