LINGUIST List 6.1534

Wed Nov 1 1995

Calls: Digital Libraries,Multilinguality in Lexicon

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  1. Alan Inouye, ACM DL'96 Call for Participation
  2. Lynne Cahill, CFP: AISB96 Workshop: Multilinguality in the lexicon

Message 1: ACM DL'96 Call for Participation

Date: Sun, 29 Oct 1995 14:56:36 ACM DL'96 Call for Participation
From: Alan Inouye <inouye-agarnet.berkeley.edu>
Subject: ACM DL'96 Call for Participation


Call for Participation
ACM DL'96 --- Digital Libraries '96

First ACM International Conference on Digital Libraries
Bethesda, MD
March 20-23, 1996

Important Dates:

February 5, 1996 --- Advanced registration ends
March 20, 1996 --- DL `96 Tutorials
March 21-22, 1996 --- DL `96 Technical Program
March 23, 1996 --- DL `96 Workshops

ACM Digital Libraries '96 is an international conference
devoted to advancing the state-of-the-art in digital libraries.
The ACM DL series continues the sequence of Texas
conferences: DL'94 in College Station and DL'95 in Austin.
The leaders of those events are helping with DL'96
organization and program efforts. The meeting will be co-
located with Hypertext '96 in 1996 and with ACM SIGIR '97
the following year. DL '96 will immediately follow Hypertext
'96 at the Hyatt Regency in Bethesda, Maryland. The site is
located near the Washington D.C. Metro and provides easy
access to the many attractions in the Baltimore-Washington
area.

The DL series is sponsored by ACM, through SIGIR and
SIGLINK. Other ACM SIGs have joined in cooperation,
including: SIGAda, SIGART, SIGBIO, SIGCAPH, SIGCOMM,
SIGCUE, SIGDA, SIGMIS (formerly SIGBIT), and SIGOIS.

In-cooperation sponsors include:
ASIS (American Society for Information Science),
CNI (Coalition for Networked Information),
IEEE CS (IEEE Computer Society)
KSI (Knowledge Systems Inc.),
LITA (Library and Information Technology Association),
LoC (Library of Congress),
NAL (National Agricultural Library),
NLM (National Library of Medicine),
SLA (Special Libraries Association).

The Conference will include approximately 20 research papers,
several panels, two keynote addresses, posters, and three
sessions devoted to the working groups of the Digital Library
Forum. Short tutorials will be offered on Wednesday March 20
and post-conference workshops will be held on Saturday March
23. Conference attendees will receive the Conference
Proceedings published by ACM Press.

Topics include:
* architectures, reference models, standards
* authoring and electronic publishing
* cataloging, indexing, preserving
* collaborative environments
* collecting, capturing, filtering
* distributed data, knowledge and information representation
and systems
* economic and social implications and issues
* education, learning and related applications
* evaluation methods and user testing
* handling of graphics, GIS, multimedia information
* hypertext and hypermedia systems (especially including
WWW) and support
* information storage and retrieval
* intellectual property rights
* modeling and simulation
* networked information discovery
* networking systems, protocols, security
* publisher plans and concerns
* user interfaces
* visualization, browsing, searching

Registration Information
				Advance		Late
 (by 2/5) (after 2/5)
Full Registration
	Member			$240		$280
 Non-Member $280 $320
	Full-time Student	$100		$100
One day only			$175		$175
Tutorials
	Member			$150		$200
	Non-Member		$180		$230
Workshops
	Member			$ 50		$ 50
	Non-Member		$ 50		$ 50

Members of ASIS, IEEE CS, LITA, and SLA may register at the
ACM member rate. The Hyatt Regency has reserved a block of
rooms at the conference rate of $113/night for the conference.
Bethesda, MD is served by three airports (Baltimore-
Washington International, Dulles International, and National)
and the Washington Metrorail has a station at the Hyatt
Regency Hotel. Complete registration and accommodations
information will be posted when the program is finalized in
mid December.

Further information is available at:
http://fox.cs.vt.edu/DL96/
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Message 2: CFP: AISB96 Workshop: Multilinguality in the lexicon

Date: Wed, 01 Nov 1995 10:08:00 CFP: AISB96 Workshop: Multilinguality in the lexicon
From: Lynne Cahill <lynnecacogs.susx.ac.uk>
Subject: CFP: AISB96 Workshop: Multilinguality in the lexicon


 AISB96 Workshop: Multilinguality in the lexicon

 FIRST CALL FOR PAPERS
 1st November 1995


Dates: 1st - 2nd April, 1996
Venue: University of Sussex, Brighton, UK
Organisers: Dr Lynne Cahill, University of Sussex
 Dr Roger Evans, University of Brighton

Outline
 ------

This workshop aims to bring together active researchers with an interest
in the issues surrounding multilingual aspects of lexicons.
Traditionally, multilingual issues in the lexicon have primarily been a
concern of applied NLP research, notably machine translation and more
recently multilingual generation; the recent upsurge of work on more
theoretical aspects of lexical representation has focussed on a
monolingual view. However, these two strands are now beginning to come
together: theoreticians are branching out into multilingual issues, and
applied researchers are beginning to exploit some of the newer
developments in lexical representation. This workshop provides an
opportunity for lexical practitioners of all sorts to focus on the
particular problems and questions associated with multilingual lexical
representation.

Papers are invited on any aspects of multilinguality in the lexicon
including but not limited to: pragmatics, semantics, syntax, morphology,
phonology, orthography; machine translation, generation, understanding;
bilingual and multilingual issues; related and unrelated languages;
issues of representation and access. In addition, we invite proposals to
demonstrate working systems.


Submission
 --------

Extended abstracts (up to 5 A4 pages) and demonstration proposals (up to
2 A4 pages) should be submitted to Lynne Cahill either electronically
(our preference) in plain ASCII text or LaTeX, or hard copy (three
copies). Submission deadline is 18th December. Authors will be notified
of acceptance by 15th January. Final papers will be due 1st March.


AISB Workshops
 ------------

This workshop is part of the AISB96 workshop series, comprising 10 or so
independent workshops on various aspects of AI, running simultaneously
over 1st-2nd April 1996. While the technical programme of each workshop
is separate and self-contained, registration and accommodation will be
organised centrally through the AISB96 organisers (contact details
below), and participants of all the workshops will be able to mix freely
outside of the technical sessions (mealtimes, evening etc.).


Important dates
 -------------

18th Dec Submission deadline
15th Jan Notificiation of accepted papers
1st Mar Camera-ready papers deadline
1st-2nd Apr Workshop


Contact points
 ------------

For enquiries about the technical programme of this workshop, contact
either of the organisers:

 Dr Lynne Cahill, Dr Roger Evans,
 School of Cognitive and Information Technology Research
 Computing Sciences, Institute,
 University of Sussex, University of Brighton,
 Falmer, Brighton, Lewes Rd, Brighton
 BN1 9QH BN2 4AT
 UK UK

 Email: lynnecacogs.susx.ac.uk Email: Roger.Evansitri.brighton.ac.uk
 Tel: +44 1273 678??? Tel: +44 1273 642902
 Fax: +44 1273 671320 Fax: +44 1273 ????

For enquiries about the organisation of the workshop, and general
enquiries about the AISB96 workshop series as a whole, contact the
AISB96 organisers:

 Dave Cliff, Alison White,
 AISB96 Workshop Series Chair, AISB96 Local Organisation Chair,
 (address as Lynne Cahill above) (address as Lynne Cahill above)

 Email: daveccogs.susx.ac.uk Email: alisonwcogs.susx.ac.uk
 Tel: +44 1273 678754 Tel: +44 1273 678448
 Fax: +44 1273 671320 Fax: +44 1273 671320

Or see http://www.cogs.susx.ac.uk/aisb/aisb96
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