LINGUIST List 6.475

Thu 30 Mar 1995

Calls: Natural lg processing, Melbourne Postgrad, Formal grammar

Editor for this issue: <>


Directory

  1. , Call For Papers
  2. Nick "Minoan Genius" Nicholas, CONF: Melbourne University Postgraduate Conference
  3. Glyn Morrill, Formal Grammar

Message 1: Call For Papers

Date: Wed, 29 Mar 95 11:43:41 BSCall For Papers
From: <Andy.WayCompApp.DCU.IE>
Subject: Call For Papers

Content-Length: 2908

 Call for Papers for the

 Fourth International Conference on

 The COGNITIVE SCIENCE of NATURAL LANGUAGE PROCESSING

 Dublin City University, 5-7 July 1995

Subject Areas:
This is a non-exclusive list of subjects which fall within the scope of
CSNLP. It is intended as a guide only.
 * Corpus-based NLP
 * Connectionist NLP
 * Statistical and knowledge-based MT
 * Linguistic knowledge representation
 * Cognitive linguistics
 * Declarative approaches to NLP
 * NLG and NLU
 * Dialogue and discourse
 * Human language processing
 * Text linguistics
 * Evaluation of NLP
 * Hybrid approaches to NLP

Submissions may deal with theoretical issues, applications, databases or other
aspects of CSNLP, but the importance of cognitive aspects should be borne in
mind. Papers should report original substantive research.

Theme: The Role of Syntax
There is currently considerable debate regarding the place and importance of
syntax in NLP. Papers dealing with this matter will be given preference.

Invited Speakers:
The following speakers have agreed to give keynote talks:
Mark Steedman, University of Pennsylvania
Alison Henry, University of Ulster

Registration and Accommodation:
The registration fee will be IR#60, and will include proceedings, lunches and
one evening meal. Accommodation can be reserved in the campus residences at DCU.
A single room is IR#16 per night, with full Irish breakfast an additional IR#4.
Accommodation will be "First come, first served": there is a heavy demand for
campus rooms in the summer.
There are also several hotels and B&B establishments nearby: addresses will
be provided on request.

To register, contact Alex Monaghan at the addresses given below. Payment in
advance is possible but not obligatory. Please state gender (for accommodation
purposes) and any unusual dietary requirements.

Submission of Abstracts:
Those wishing to present a paper at CSNLP should submit a 400-word abstract to
arrive not later than 10/4/95. Abstracts should give the author's full name and
address, with Email address if possible, and should be sent to:

CSNLP
Alex Monaghan
School of Computer Applications
Dublin City University
Dublin 9
Ireland

Email submissions are preferred, plain ASCII text please to:
 ---------

alexcompapp.dcu.ie (internet)

Completed papers should be around 8 pages long, although longer papers will
be considered if requested. Camera-ready copy must be submitted to arrive
in Dublin by 19/6/94. No particular conference style will be imposed, but
papers should be legible (12pt laser printed) and well-structured.


Deadlines:

10th April --- Submission of 400-word abstract
 1st May --- Notification of acceptance
 19th June --- Deadline for receipt of camera-ready paper (c.8 pages)
 26th June --- Final date for registration, accommodation, meals etc.
Mail to author|Respond to list|Read more issues|LINGUIST home page|Top of issue

Message 2: CONF: Melbourne University Postgraduate Conference

Date: Fri, 31 Mar 1995 13:37:02 CONF: Melbourne University Postgraduate Conference
From: Nick "Minoan Genius" Nicholas <nsnspeech.language.unimelb.edu.au>
Subject: CONF: Melbourne University Postgraduate Conference

The University of Melbourne Department Linguistics will be holding its
4th Annual Postgraduate Conference on the 30th of May. Abstracts are
now being called for, and will be accepted until the 18th of April;
these may be

e-mailed to: nsnspeech.language.unimelb.edu.au;
snail-mailed to:Dept. of Linguistics, University of Melbourne,
 Parkville 3052, Victoria, Australia;
faxed to: (+61 3) 344 7305.
--
**** **** **** **** **** **** **** **** **** **** **** **** **** **** ****
* Nick Nicholas, Linguistics, University of Melbourne, Australia *
 nsnspeech.language.unimelb.edu.au & nick_nicholasmuwayf.unimelb.edu.au
* (http://adhocalypse.arts.unimelb.edu.au/Dept/Linguistics/nsn/nick.html)*
 "Eschewing obfuscatory verbosity of locutional rendering, the
* circumscriptional appelations are excised." --- W. Mann & S. Thompson, *
 _Rhetorical Structure Theory: A Theory of Text Organisation_, 1987.
**** **** **** **** **** **** **** **** **** **** **** **** **** **** ****
Mail to author|Respond to list|Read more issues|LINGUIST home page|Top of issue

Message 3: Formal Grammar

Date: Tue, 28 Mar 1995 13:17:05 Formal Grammar
From: Glyn Morrill <morrilllsi.upc.es>
Subject: Formal Grammar


 LAST CALL FOR PAPERS

 FORMAL GRAMMAR

 Barcelona
 August 12-13, 1995
 in conjunction with the
 European Summer School in Logic, Language and Information

In 1995 the Seventh European Summer School in Logic,
Language and Information is to be held in Barcelona.
As on previous occasions this meeting will serve as a
forum for areas including computational linguistics, formal
linguistics, and the role of logic in grammar formalisms.
This year the programme includes a conference on formal
grammar open to all participants to present contemporary
research in this domain. Themes of interest include
formal and computational phonology, syntax, semantics and
pragmatics; logical methods in linguistics; and foundational,
methodological and architectural issues in grammar.
 Ten copies of anonymous abstracts of not more than 800
words (on one two-sided sheet) should be sent to the address
below to arrive not later than April 21st, 1995. Please
provide a separate sheet detailing title, author(s) and
institution(s), and address, e-mail, telephone and fax of
one author for communication purposes. Indicate on both the
abstract and the identification sheet whether you require 20
minutes or 40 minutes for presentation.
 Notification of acceptance will be by May 22nd. Final
versions of papers are to be received by 7th July for
inclusion in a proceedings to be distributed at the time of
the Summer School.

Address for correspondence:

 Committee of the ESSLLI Conference on Formal Grammar
 c/o Glyn Morrill
 Departament de Llenguatges i Sistemes Informatics
 Facultat d'Informatica de Barcelona
 Universitat Politecnica de Catalunya
 Pau Gargallo, 5
 08028 BARCELONA

 e-mail: morrilllsi.upc.es

Programme Committee: Elisabet Engdahl, Ewan Klein, Glyn
Morrill, Dick Oehrle, Fernando Pereira, Carl Pollard, Richard
Sproat, Susan Steele, Rich Thomason, Annie Zaenen.

For information about the European Summer School in
Logic, Language and Information (14th-25th August) contact:
ESSLLI95, GILCUB, Avda. Vallvidrera 25, 08017 Barcelona; Fax
+43 3 2054656; e-mail: esslli95gilcub.es

**********Cut here for LaTeX version below**********

\documentstyle[11pt]{article}
\pagestyle{empty}
\setlength{\textwidth}{6.5in}
\setlength{\oddsidemargin}{0.0in}
\begin{document}
\begin{center}
\rule{1in}{.01in}please post\rule{1in}{.01in}\\

\medskip

{\large LAST CALL FOR PAPERS}\\

\bigskip

{\Large \bf FORMAL GRAMMAR}\\

\medskip

Barcelona \\
August 12-13, 1995 \\
in conjunction with the \\
{\bf European Summer School in Logic, Language and Information}
\end{center}

\medskip
\noindent In 1995 the Seventh European Summer School in Logic, Language and
Information is to be held in Barcelona. As on previous occasions this
meeting will serve as a forum for areas including computational
linguistics, formal linguistics, and the role of logic in grammar
formalisms. This year the programme includes a conference on formal
grammar open to all participants to present contemporary research in
this domain. Themes of interest include formal and computational
phonology, syntax, semantics and pragmatics; logical methods in
linguistics; and foundational, methodological and architectural issues
in grammar.

Ten copies of anonymous abstracts of not more than 800 words (on one
two-sided sheet) should be sent to the address below to arrive not
later than April 21st, 1995. Please provide a separate sheet detailing
title, author(s) and institution(s), and address, e-mail, telephone
and fax of one author for communication purposes. Indicate on
both the abstract and the identification sheet whether you
require 20 minutes or 40 minutes for presentation.

Notification of acceptance will be by May 22nd. Final versions of
papers are to be received by 7th July for inclusion in a proceedings
to be distributed at the time of the Summer School.

\medskip

\noindent Address for correspondence:

\medskip
\begin{tabular}{l}
Committee of the ESSLLI Conference on Formal Grammar\\
c/o Glyn Morrill \\
Departament de Llenguatges i Sistemes Inform\`{a}tics \\
Facultat d'Inform\`{a}tica de Barcelona \\
Universitat Polit\`{e}cnica de Catalunya \\
Pau Gargallo, 5 \\
08028 BARCELONA
\bigskip\\
e-mail: {\sf morrilllsi.upc.es}
\end{tabular}

\medskip

\noindent Programme Committee: Elisabet Engdahl, Ewan Klein, Glyn Morrill,
Dick Oehrle, Fernando Pereira, Carl Pollard, Richard Sproat,
Susan Steele, Rich Thomason, Annie Zaenen.

\medskip

\noindent For information about the European Summer School in Logic, Language
and Information (14th-25th August) contact:
ESSLLI95, GILCUB, Avda. Vallvidrera 25, 08017 Barcelona; Fax +43 3
2054656; e-mail: {\sf esslli95gilcub.es}

\end{document}
Mail to author|Respond to list|Read more issues|LINGUIST home page|Top of issue