LINGUIST List 6.1625

Fri Nov 17 1995

Calls: Chinese computing, Computational ling

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  1. Guo Jin, International Conference on Chinese Computing '96 (ICCC'96)
  2. Lyne DaSylva, Call:CLIM-96

Message 1: International Conference on Chinese Computing '96 (ICCC'96)

Date: Fri, 17 Nov 1995 17:54:59 International Conference on Chinese Computing '96 (ICCC'96)
From: Guo Jin <guojiniss.nus.sg>
Subject: International Conference on Chinese Computing '96 (ICCC'96)


This is the last Call For Paper for the International Conference on
Chinese Computing '96 (ICCC'96) to be held in Singapore. Note the
deadline is approaching (Dec. 15). You may also notice those of our
invited speakers and a hint on potential financial support.

Sorry for any duplications you received.

GuoJin
for ICCC'96



 International Conference on
 Chinese Computing '96
 (ICCC'96)

 The Latest Technological Advancement and Application

 Invited Speakers:

 Prof Makato Nagao (Kyoto University, Japan)
 Prof Yorick Wilks (University of Sheffield, UK)
 Prof Mark Liberman (University of Pennsylvania, USA)

 Keynote Speaker:

 Dr Low Hwee Boon (Institute of Systems Science, Singapore)

 Venue: Institute of Systems Science
 National University of Singapore
 Heng Mui Keng Terrace, Kent Ridge
 Singapore 119597

 June 4 - 7 (Tues. - Fri.)

 Jointly Organized by:
 Chinese and Oriental Languages Information Processing Society
 (Singapore)
 Institute of Systems Science, National University of Singapore
 (Singapore)
 Chinese Information Processing Society (China)

 Papers: (Suggested topics include but not limited to the following)
 1) Large scale lexical database construction
 2) Syntactic analysis
 3) New input methods and their applications
 4) Machine (-aided) translation
 5) Text classification and abstraction
 6) Knowledge acquisition
 7) Speech I/O
 8) Chinese Internet (WWW) and E-mail
 9) Typesetting
 10) Application of corpus and statistics
 11) Semantic Analysis
 12) Natural Language interface
 13) Intelligent information retrieval
 14) Discourse understanding
 15) Knowledge representation
 16) OCR (printed/handwriting)
 17) Font generations
 18) Localization

 Correspondence: It is encouraged to communicate electronically with
 the conference's organizing committee.


 Program Chairmen
 Prof Dong Zhendong Prof Huang Chang Ning
 Institute of Systems Science Dept of Computer Science
 National University of Singapore Tsing Hua University
 Heng Mui Kent Terrace Beijing, China 100084
 Kent Ridge Fax: 86-10-256 2768
 Singapore 119597
 Email: iccc96iss.nus.sg
 Fax: 65-774 4998

 Secretariat: Vicky Toh: 65-772 2003
 Olga: 65-772 2093, 772 2096
 Fax: 65-778 2571

 Important Dates:

 Submission Deadline: Dec 15, 1995
 Notification: Feb 5, 1995
 Final Version: March 20, 1995

 COLIPS will provide partial financial support to selected students
 from abroad if their papers are excellent.
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Message 2: Call:CLIM-96

Date: Thu, 16 Nov 1995 19:11:25 Call:CLIM-96
From: Lyne DaSylva <dasylvairo.umontreal.ca>
Subject: Call:CLIM-96


Note: Une version francaise de cet appel aux communications a ete
envoyee separement. A French version of this Call for Papers has been
issued separately.

 CALL FOR PAPERS
 APPEL AUX COMMUNICATIONS
 CLIM-96
 Student Conference in Computational Linguistics in Montreal
 Colloque Etudiant de Linguistique Informatique de Montreal
 08 - 11 June 1996
 Universite de Montreal
 Universite du Quebec a Montreal
 Montreal, Quebec, Canada


OBJECTIVE: provide an international forum for graduate students to
meet, exchange ideas, and present their research. The conference will
consist of short presentations by graduate students as well as talks
by invited speakers.

PRESENTATION FORMAT: student presentations will be 30 minutes long and
may be given in French or English. The proceedings will be published.

THEME: A special session will focus on the theme of "problems specific
to the treatment of French". Articles may be submitted to either the
theme session or the general session.

TOPICS OF INTEREST: Articles may describe research in any area of
computational linguistics. The conference will be organized around,
but not limited to, five major topics: speech (analysis, synthesis,
etc); treatment of multiple languages (machine translation, text
alignment, text generation, etc); computational linguistic theory
(computational morphology, phonology, syntax or semantics, discourse
analysis, etc); statistical methods in natural language processing
(Markov models, decision trees, etc); the lexicon (lexicography,
terminology, etc).

INVITED SPEAKERS:
Sabine Bergler
 Concordia University, Computer Science Department
Henrietta J. Cedergren
 Departement de linguistique, Universite du Quebec a Montreal
Louisette Emirkanian
 Departement de linguistique, Universite du Quebec a Montreal
Pierre Isabelle
 Centre for Information Technology Innovation (CITI)
Richard Kittredge
 Departement de linguistique et de traduction, Universite de
 Montreal
Jean-Yves Morin
 Departement de linguistique et de traduction, Universite de
 Montreal

SUBMISSION FORMAT : students wishing to present a paper should submit
one copy of an anonymous one-page (400 word) abstract describing
original research by February 9th, 1996. Abstracts must clearly
indicate the subject of the paper, the specific problem treated, and
the results or solution. They must be accompanied by a separate page
containing the following information: the author's (or co-author's)
name, university affiliation, and complete address (including email);
and the topic (if more than one, indicate the main topic; if none of
the above-listed topics is applicable, specify "other"). Electronic
submissions will be accepted in the following formats: ASCII, Word
(RTF) for Macintosh, and LaTeX (self-contained files only). Abstracts
which do not meet the above specifications will be returned to the
authors. Submissions should be sent to the following address:

 CLIMiro.umontreal.ca

Paper submissions will also be accepted. They should be mailed to the
following address (and postmarked by February 9th):

 CLIM
 Departement de linguistique et de traduction
 Universite de Montreal
 C.P. 6128, succursale "Centre-ville"
 Montreal (Que)
 H3C 3J7
 CANADA

Students whose submissions are accepted by the selection committee
will be required to provide a paper of approximately six pages in
length for inclusion in the proceedings.

IMPORTANT DATES:
 SUBMISSIONS: 9 February 1996
 AUTHOR NOTIFICATION: 1 March 1996
 FINAL COPIES DUE: 10 May 1996

SELECTION COMMITTEE

Daniele Archambault
 Departement de linguistique et de traduction
 Universite de Montreal
Lorne Bouchard
 Departement d'informatique
 Universite du Quebec a Montreal
Andre Clas
 Departement de linguistique et de traduction
 Universite de Montreal
Guy Lapalme
 Departement d'informatique et de recherche operationnelle
 Universite de Montreal
Alain Polguere
 Departement de linguistique et de traduction
 Universite de Montreal
John Reighard
 Departement de linguistique et de traduction
 Universite de Montreal
Pierrette Bouillon
 ISSCO, Geneva
Patrick Drouin
 Departement de linguistique et de traduction
 Universite de Montreal
George Foster
 CITI and McGill University School of Computer Science
Alma Kharrat
 Departement de linguistique et de traduction
 Universite de Montreal
Benoit Robichaud
 Departement de linguistique et de traduction
 Universite de Montreal & Universite Paris 7

ORGANIZING COMMITTEE:

Paula Bouffard (Universite du Quebec a Montreal)
Martin Brisebois (Universite de Montreal)
Andre Cloutier (Universite du Quebec a Montreal)
Monique Cormier (Universite de Montreal)
Lyne DaSylva (Universite de Montreal)
Patrick Drouin (Universite de Montreal)
George Foster (CITI and McGill University)
Christine Gerard (Concordia University)
Benoit Robichaud (Universite de Montreal and Universite Paris 7)
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