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  1. "Tom Lai, City University of Hong Kong", PACLIC10: Papers and Registration

Message 1: PACLIC10: Papers and Registration

Date: Fri, 20 Oct 1995 15:59:42 +0800
From: "Tom Lai, City University of Hong Kong" <CTTOMLAIcityu.edu.hk>
Subject: PACLIC10: Papers and Registration
PACLIC10: Confirmed Papers and Registration
10th Pacific Asia Conference on Language, Information and Computation
27th-28 December 1995, City University of Hong Kong
Response to PACLIC10's Call for Abstracts, closed at end of August, has been
enthusiastic. Competition was keen and abstracts received were sent out for
anonymous review at beginning of September. Papers accepted for presentation
include 18 regular long papers (30 minutes each in plenary sessions) and 19
short papers (20 minutes each in plenary sessions). Notification of acceptance
were sent out by e-mail/fax and air-mail at beginning of October, and
we are happy to announce that authors of the 18 long papers and 19
short papers have all acted promptly to confirm that they will be presenting
their papers at the conference in December. A list of these papers is
attached.
A number of papers have been kept as alternate papers. But as authors of
all the accepted papers have confirmed participation, we can only give
them a vote of 'thank you'. We really regret having been forced to drop
some good papers because of the keen competition.
Authors of accepted papers will have to submit camera-ready copies of full
papers (not exceeding 10 pages for long papers and 5 pages for short ones)
by 10th November. Authors failing to meet this deadline will not have their
papers included in the Proceedings.
A vote of thanks to all those who have submitted an abstract or otherwise
shown an interest in PACLIC10. A vote of thanks also to members of the
Programme Committee and other reviewers for having done a wonderful job
of reviewing the abstracts so efficiently.
A registration form is attached. All are welcome to register and attend this
conference.
A preliminary programme is under preparation. We are also working on
accommodation arrangements. While some participants of PACLIC10 from overseas
may like to take advantage of bargain passage-accommodation-touring packages
offered by tourist companies in their own countries, anyone who may need our
help in finding accommodation are welcome to contact us at:
 E-mail: rlpacliccityu.edu.hk
 cttomlaicityu.edu.hk
 Fax: (852) 27889443
Enquiries are also welcome.
Tom Lai, City University of Hong Kong
(Secretary of Organizing Committee)
Attached below: Papers to be presented at PACLIC10
		Registration Form
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18 Regular Papers: 30 minutes, plenary sessions
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C1		Automated Alignment in Multilingual Corpora 	 	
 J A Campbell, University College London
		Chengyu Alex Fang, University College London
H4		Dative Shift in Chinese and English: A Lexical Mapping
		Account
		One-soon Her, National Chengchi University
		Hui-ting Huang, Academia Sinica
I1		The Predicate -- Argument Structure of English and Japanese
		Adjectives
		Akira Ikeya, Toyo Gakuen
I2		Agreement Target Situations
		Kiyoshi Ishikawa, Hosei University
K2		Individuals and Modality
		Hisashi Komatsu, Hiroshima City University
K5		Prototype Theory and Case Assignment
		Yumiko Kinjo, Kobe University
L1		An Analysis of Generic Expressions in Situation Semantics
		Ik-Hwan Lee, Yonsei University
L7		A Unified Account of Polarity Phenomena
		Chungmin Lee, Seoul National University
O1		Reference in Dialogues and Shared Belief Revision
 Norihiro Ogata, University of Tsukuba
		Tadayuki Matuzawa, DEC Japan
		Hisashi Komatsu, Hiroshima City University
		Akira Ishikawa, Sophia University
P1		A Constraint-Based Lexical Approach to "Floating"
		Quantifiers
		Byung-Soo Park, Kyung Hee University
W2		Using Brackets to Improve Search for Statistical Machine
		Translation
		Dekai Wu, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
		Cindy Ng, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
A1		Metaphorical Paradoxes: A Window on the Conceptual System
		Kathleen Ahrens, National Chung Cheng University
C4		Comprehending Text: Achieving Coherence through a
		Connectionist Architecture
		Samuel W K Chan, University of New South Wales
C9		Simultaneous Resolution of Word Alignment and Sense
		Ambiguity -- An Approach Based on Thesaurus Classes
 Sur-Jin Ker, National Tsing Hua University
		Jason Jyun-Sheng Chang, National Tsing Hua University
H3		Linguistic Processing for Automatic Spoken Language
		Interpretation
		Dieter Huber, University of Mainz
L3		Prediction of Meaning of Bisyllabic Chinese Compound Words
		Using Back Propagation Neural Network
		Kim-teng Lua, National University of Singapore
L5		Recursion Problems in Concatenation: A Case of Korean
		Morphology
		Kiyong Lee, Korea University
T2		HMM Parameter Learning for Japanese Morphological Analyzer
 Koichi Takeuchi, Nara Institute of Science and Technology
		Yuji Matsumoto, Nara Institute of Science and Technology
19 Short Papers: 20 minutes, parallel sessions
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I3		Crosslinguistic Notions of (In)definiteness
		Kiyoshi Ishikawa, Hosei University
C2		Clitic Analyses of Korean "Little Words"
		Hee-Rahk Chae, Hankuk University of Foreign Studies
C6		Sorting by Sound -- Arbitrary Lexical Ordering for
		Transcribed Thai Text
 Doug Cooper, Centre for Pure and Applied Research in
 Computational Linguistics, Bangkok
C7 		Structural Ambiguity and Conceptual Information Retrieval
 Mathis Huey-chyun Chen, National Tsing Hua University
		Jason Jyun-Sheng Chang, National Tsing Hua University
C8		The Postprocessing of Optical Character Recognition Based
		on Statistical Noisy Channel and Language Model
 Shun-Der Chen, National Tsing Hua University
		Jason Jyun-Sheng Chang, National Tsing Hua University
J1		Information Retrieval System Using Keyfact Network
		MeeSun Jun, Electronics and Telecommunications Research
		Institute
		SeYoung-Park, Electronics and Telecommunications Research
		Institute
K4		Automated Sense Disambiguration for Target Word Selection
 Kwonyang Kim, Kyungpook Sanup University
		Seyoung Park, Electronics and Telecommunications Research
		Institute
		Sangjo Lee, Kyungpook National University
K6		Interpretational Strategies and Semantic Identity
 Ioannis Kanellos, Ecole Nationale Superieure des
		Telecommunications de Bretagne
		Victor Hugo Zaldivar-Carrillo, Ecole Nationale Superieure
		des Telecommunications de Bretagne
L4		A Quantitative Analysis of Word-Definition in a
		Machine-Readable Dictionary
 Robert Luk, City University of Hong Kong
		Venus Chan, City University of Hong Kong
L6		Preferred Clause Structure in Mandarin Spoken and Written
		Discourse
 Shu-Mei Liu, National Chengchi University and Academia
		Sinica
M1		Scrambling in German--Extended Abstract
 Stefan Mueller, Humboldt Universitaet zu Berlin
S2		Ambiguity Resolution in Chinese Word Segmentation
 Maosong Sun, City University of Hong Kong
		Benjamin K T'sou, City University of Hong Kong
W3		An Implementation of a Multilingual Regular Expression
		Segmentor for Ordinary and Morphologically Rich Lexical Tokens
 Paul Horng-Jyh Wu, National University of Singapore
		Kevin Cheong, National University of Singapore
W4		Web Access to a Lexical Database using VB/Access CG1
		Programming
		Jonathan J Webster, City University of Hong Kong
W5		A Corpus-Based Study of Adverbial Clauses in Chinese
		Conversation
		Flora Yu-Fang Wang, National Taiwan Normal University
W6		A Cognitive Account of the Lexical Polysemy of Chinese Kai
		Flora Yu-Fang Wang, National Taiwan Normal University
Y1		A Network-based Writing System for French
 Aesun Yoon, Pusan National University
		Hyuk-Chul Kwon, Pusan National University
K7		Natural Languages Analysis in Machine Translation (MT)
		based on the STCG (String-Tree Correspondence Grammar)
 Tang Enya Kong, Universiti Sains Malaysia
		Zaharin Yusoff, Universiti Sains Malaysia
C11		Construction as a Theoretical Entity: An Argument Based
		on Mandarin Existential Sentences
		Chao-ran Chen, Academia Sinica
		Chu-Ren Huang, Academia Sinica
		Kathleen Ahrens, National Chung Cheng University
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Registration for PACLIC10 (1995)
10th Pacific Asia Conference on Language, Information and Computation
Name of Participant Prof/Dr/Mr/Ms (please circle appropriate title)
in block letters: __________________________ in Chinese (if any):______________
				(surname first)
Affiliation: ________________________Position:___________________________
Mailing Address:______________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________________________
Tel no.: ______________________ Fax no.: _______________________________
E-mail:_____________________________________________________________
Regstration Fee On or before 15 October 1995: US$105/HK$800
			After 15 October 1995: US$115/HK$900
Form of Payment
1. a bankdraft drawn on a Hong Kong bank (for overseas participants)
2. a cheque (for Hong Kong participants)
Please write your name on the reverse side of the bank draft / cheque and make
it payable to "City University of Hong Kong"
Signature ___________________________ Date ________________________
Please send to our Conference Secretariat: PACLIC10 (1995)
						Language Information Sciences
						Research Centre
						City University of Hong Kong
						Tat Chee Avenue, Kowloon
						Hong Kong
				Fax: (852) 27889443 / 27887643
				E-mail: rlpacliccityu.edu.hk
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