LINGUIST List 5.884

Sat 13 Aug 1994

Calls: Italian studies, MATHEMATICS OF LG, IATL Winter Workshop

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  1. "Lori D. Repetti", call for papers
  2. "Fred J. Damerau, Meeting
  3. Anita Mittwoch, IATL Winter Workshop

Message 1: call for papers

Date: Thu, 11 Aug 1994 14:38:40 call for papers
From: "Lori D. Repetti" <>
Subject: call for papers

 State University of New York at Stony Brook
 Stony Brook, NY 11794-3359

 Lori D. Repetti
 French & Italian
 516 632-7440
 11-Aug-1994 02:32pm EDT


XV Annual Conference of the American Association of Italian Studies

session on *** ITALIAN LINGUISTICS ***

April 20-23, 1995, at Arizona State University, Tempe

Abstracts are invited for 20-minute talks.
Send two copies of a 300-word abstract to:

Lori Repetti
Dept. of French and Italian
Stony Brook, NY 11794-3359


Tom Cravens
Dept. of French and Italian
618 Van Hise Hall
University of Wisconsin
Madison, WI 53706

deadline: December 1, 1994
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Message 2: Meeting

Date: Tue, 9 Aug 94 15:44:18 EDTMeeting
From: "Fred J. Damerau <>
Subject: Meeting

 Call for Papers


 October 27-28, 1995

 sponsored by
 The Association for Mathematics of Language
 (A Special Interest Group of the
 Association for Computational Linguistics)
 The Institute for Research in Cognitive Science (IRCS)
 University of Pennsylvania

Submissions are invited from all areas of study which deal with
mathematical properties of natural language. These areas include,
but are not limited to, formal mathematical models of syntax,
semantics, and/or phonology; computational complexity of natural
language processing; mathematical theories of language learning;
parsing theory; quantitative models of language.

It is anticipated that papers from the meeting will be published
after peer review in a collection or special journal issue. No
unrefereed proceedings are planned.

All contributions to MOL4 are to be made electronically, as
either an unformatted (plain text) ASCII file or as a LaTeX
file. Submissions should consist of an abstract of length
equivalent to between two and five pages. The address for
submissions is:


Deadline for submissions:
All submissions must be received by

June 1, 1995

MOL4 Program Committee:

David Johnson (IBM, Co-Chair) Aravind Joshi (Penn) Andras Kornai (IBM)
Lawrence S. Moss (Indiana) R. T. Oehrle (Tucson) Carl Pollard (Ohio State)
Eric Sven Ristad (Princeton) William Rounds (Michigan)
Walter Savitch (UCSD, Co-Chair) Robert Wall (Austin) David Weir (Sussex)

MOL4 Local Arrangements Chair:

Robin Clark (Penn)
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Message 3: IATL Winter Workshop

Date: Tue, 9 Aug 1994 13:42:22 +IATL Winter Workshop
From: Anita Mittwoch <>
Subject: IATL Winter Workshop

The Israel Association for Theoretical Linguistics will be holding its
Winter Workshop at Ben Gurion University of the Negev, Be'er Sheva on
Monday January 30th 1995.
The theme of the Workshop: The Syntax-Semantics Interface.
Abstracts by September 30th to: Fred Landman, Department of Linguistics,
PO Box 39040, University of Tel Aviv, Ramat Aviv 69978 Israel.
e-mail: landman
Fax: Anita Mittwoch, 972 2 322545
Abstracts should be anonymous, maximum two pages, accompanied by a 3x5
card with title, author's name, affiliation, postal and e-mail address.

 For your diary: The Eleventh Summer Conference of the association will
take place on June 18/19 at Tel Aviv University.
This conference will be followed by the Fourth Bar-Ilan Symposium on the
Foundation of Artificial Intelligence (BISFAI), on the theme:
Natural Language and Artificial Intelligence: Philosophical and
Computational Aspects
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