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Date: Wed, 20 Jul 94 19:16:16 EDRe: Preliminary program/info for ANLP-94
From: Paul Jacobs <pjacobsunagi.cis.upenn.edu>
Subject: Re: Preliminary program/info for ANLP-94


 Preliminary Program and Registration Information
 4th Conference on Applied Natural Language Processing
 Stuttgart, Germany
 October 13-15, 1994

 sponsored by
 Association for Computational Linguistics

PURPOSE

 Like previous ACL Applied conferences, this meeting will bring
 together researchers and developers from around the world to focus on
 the application of natural language processing to real problems. The
 program will include invited and contributed papers, an industrial
 exhibition, and demonstrations. This year's conference will aim
 especially to promote participation from both industry and academia
 and to feature work with potential business impact.

SCIENTIFIC PROGRAM COMMITTEE

Susan Armstrong, ISSCO
Harry Bunt, Tilburg University
Jim Cowie, NMSU/CRL
Ido Dagan, AT&T Bell Labs
Robert Ingria, BBN
Paul Jacobs, GE (Chair)
Richard Kittredge, Univ. of Montreal
Kazunori Muraki, NEC
Peter Norvig, Sun Microsystems
Hans Joachim Novak, IBM
Martha Palmer, Univ. of Penn.
Manny Rayner, SRI
Donia Scott, Univ. of Brighton
Oliviero Stock, IRST
Annie Zaenen, Xerox

ORGANIZING COMMITTEE
Uwe Reyle, Univ. of Stuttgart
Christian Rohrer, Univ. of Stuttgart

TUTORIAL COORDINATOR
Uwe Reyle, Univ. of Stuttgart

PROVISIONAL PROGRAM

Full information on the program and tutorials is available through
ACL LISTSERV (see below).

REGISTRATION INFORMATION:

To make your registration and/or hotel reservation, please complete the
registration form (available through ACL LISTSERV, see below) and send
it to:

ANLP-94
Sabine Schmid
Institut f\"ur Maschinelle Sprachverarbeitung
Universit\"at Stuttgart
Azenbergstr. 12
70174 Stuttgart
Germany
phone: +49-711-121-1379
fax: +49-711-121-1366

Registration includes one copy of the conference proceedings. People
who did not pay ACL-membership for 1994 have to register at the
non-member rate. They will automatically get ACL-membership for 1995.
The same holds for students, who pay 50%.

Registration fees
before 20 August DM 530 (ACL members) DM 580 (non-members)
after 20 August DM 660. (ACL members) DM 720 (non-members)

Payments must be made in DM, either by cheque or by bank
transfer to:
 Universit\"at Stuttgart
 Baden-W\"urttembergische Bank
 Konto-Nr. 1 054 611 700
 BLZ 600 200 30

with the following remark:
 Institut f\"ur Maschinelle Sprachverarbeitung
 Kapitel 1418
 Titel 282 86
 BANR 4082


Early registration must be received by August 20.

TUTORIALS

All tutorials are two times three hours.

Wahlster/Andr\'e overlaps with Pulman, and Rooth/Christ overlaps with
Abney. All others are temporally disjoint.

The early registration fee for each
tutorial is DM 170.-, late registration or registration at the
conference DM 200..

Please note that only people who register for the conference will be
eligible to take part in the tutorials.

BANQUET

The (optional) conference banquet will be held on Friday, October 14 at 20.00.
The cost will be DM 65..

ACCOMMODATIONS

A number of hotels has been reserved for the conference. The Holiday
Inn Garden court will be our primary conference hotel. It is located
in the middle of the Weilimdorf Business Park and is connected to
downtown Stuttgart by tube (about 10 minutes). Further rooms have
been reserved in hotels at a walking distance to the Haus der
Wirtschaft. Furthermore there are beds available in a guest house for
students. Two students have to share one room.

Location Rooms (single) Rate/night
Holiday Inn 200 DM 100.-
Maritim 50 DM 259.-
Others 110 DM 115.- to 140.-
Student
Guest House 40(double) DM 30.-

CONFERENCE SITE

Stuttgart is the state capital of Baden-W\"urttemberg in south-west
Germany. It was founded about 1000 years ago as ''Stuotgarden'', a stud
farm, and today it is the cultural and commercial centre of the state, with
almost 600 000 inhabitants. For centuries the city was the residence of the
dukes and kings of W\"urttemberg, and this epoch is much in evidence as you
stroll through the city centre.

One of the buildings of this epoch is the ''Haus der Wirtschaft'', the
primary ANLP-94 site. It is located just on the edge of the campus and is
just 5-minutes' walk to the city centre. Exhibitions, software
demonstrations and book exhibits will also be located at the ``Haus der
Wirtschaft''. Tutorials will be held on campus at Keplerstrasse 17. Net
access for participants will also be available there.

GENERAL INFORMATION ON THE CONFERENCE

ANLP-94
Sabine Schmid / Sybille Laderer
Institut f\"ur Maschinelle Sprachverarbeitung
Universit\"at Stuttgart
Azenbergstr. 12
70174 Stuttgart
Germany
phone: +49-711-121-1379
phone: +49-711-121-1363
fax: +49-711-121-1366
e-mail: sabineims.uni-stuttgart.de

ACL LISTSERV

Conference information and registration forms are available in
ASCII and PostScript formats through ACL LISTSERV.

LISTSERV is a facility to allow access to an electronic
document archive by electronic mail. The ACL LISTSERV has been set up
at Columbia University's Department of Computer Science. Requests from
the archive should be sent as e-mail messages to

 listservcs.columbia.edu

with an empty subject field and the message body containing the
request command. The most useful requests are "help" for general help
on using LISTSERV, "index acl-l" for the current contents of the ACL
archive and "get acl-l <file>" to get a particular file named <file>
from the archive. For example, to get an ACL membership form, a
message with the following body should be sent:

 get acl-l membership-form.txt

Answers to requests are returned by e-mail. Since the server may have
many requests for different archives to process, requests are queued
up and may take a while (say, overnight) to be fulfilled.

The ACL archive can also be accessed by anonymous FTP. Here is an
example of how to get a file by FTP (user typein is underlined):

 $ ftp ftp.cs.columbia.edu
 -------------------
 Name (ftp.cs.columbia.edu:pereira): anonymous
 ---------
 Password:pereiraresearch.att.com << not echoed
 ------------------------
 ftp> cd acl-l
 --------
 ftp> cd Appliedacl94
 --------
 ftp> get regform.ps.Z
 -------------------------
 ftp> quit
 ----
 $ uncompress regform.ps.Z
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FOR INFORMATION ON THE ACL

Judith Klavans (ACL)
Columbia University
Computer Science
New York
NY 10027
USA
phone/fax: +1-914-478-1802
e-mail: aclcs.columbia.edu
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