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Message 1: Australian Linguistics Institute 1996 (1st flier)

Date: Tue, 11 Apr 95 15:51:32 ESAustralian Linguistics Institute 1996 (1st flier)
From: Australian Linguistics Institute <greilingdurras.anu.edu.au>
Subject: Australian Linguistics Institute 1996 (1st flier)

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 THE 3rd AUSTRALIAN LINGUISTICS INSTITUTE
 at the Australian National University, Canberra
 1st - 12th July, 1996

The 3rd Australian Linguistics Institute will be held at
the Australian National University in Canberra, from
Monday 1st to Friday 12th July 1996. Jointly hosted by
the two ANU Linguistics Departments (Faculties, and
RSPAS), ALI 96 will feature a range of courses in both
general and applied linguistics. These will be offered by
a line-up of selected overseas presenters, together with
local linguists and invited speakers from other Australian
universities.

Classes will be held on the Monday/Tuesday and
Thursday/Friday of each week. The annual ALS (Australian
Linguistics Society) meeting is scheduled for the middle
weekend, with the two Wednesdays available for workshops,
private study, sightseeing etc. Student-type college
accommodation (in room only, or room plus meal packages)
will be available on campus at Burton & Garran Halls.
More up-market accommodation, within walking distance of
the ALI venue, can also be arranged on request (note that
this needs to be booked well in advance).

This is an event not to be missed. Full details of courses
and presenters will be released shortly. To ensure that
you get these, together with information on accommodation,
registration etc., please send for your ALI 96 package by
filling in and returning the following form as soon as
possible:

----Return the completed form below as your reply---------
----either by postal mail (preferred) or e-mail-----------

 ALI 96 at ANU, Canberra

I am interested in attending ALI 96. Please forward me a
conference package.

 Name:
Snail mail: (institutional address preferred)


 Email:
 Fax:
 Phone:

Return this form to:

ALI 96 (ALi96anu.edu.au)
Australian Convention and Travel Services (ACTS)
GPO Box 2200, Canberra, ACT, Australia 2601
Fax: +61 -6 -257 3256
Tel: +61 -6 -257 3299
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Message 2: IWPT'95

Date: Tue, 11 Apr 1995 17:49:21 IWPT'95
From: Harry C. Bunt, ITK <Harry.Buntkub.nl>
Subject: IWPT'95

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| IWPT'95: |
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| FOURTH INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP ON PARSING TECHNOLOGIES |
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| 20 - 23 September 1995 |
| Prague/Karlovy Vary |
| Czech Republic |
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| Sponsored by ACL/SIGPARSE |
| Association for Computational Linguistics, |
| Special Interest Group on Parsing |
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| REGISTRATION INFORMATION |
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| and second call for abstracts |
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 LOCATION

The Fourth International Workshop on Parsing Technologies IWPT'95,
taking place this year on September 20 through 23 in the Czech
Republic in the heart of Europe, will continue the tradition
established by IWPT'89 (Pittsburgh/Hidden Valley) and IWPT'93
(Tilburg/Durbuy) of taking place partly on the premises of a
university and partly in a secluded conference resort.

The first part of IWPT'95 will take place in Prague, the capital
of the Czech Republic, the "hundred towered" or "golden" city on
the Vltava river (Moldau). The site of the conference will be the
historical building of Charles University (founded in 1348 as the
oldest University North of the Alps and East of Paris) in the heart
of the Old Town. The second part of the conference will be located
in the most fashionable "fin de siecle" hotel in Karlovy Vary
(also known as Carlsbad), a pleasant Czech spa about 130 km to the
North of Prague, famous for its hot water springs, original crystal
glass and procelain, and a special herb liquer called Becherovka.

 ACCOMODATION

A standard package is offered including accommodation in
Prague in hotel Krystal, 30 minutes from the centre of the
Old Town (3 nights) and in Grandhotel Pupp in Karlovy Vary
(2 nights), breakfasts and lunches for 4 days, a dinner and
the conference banquet in Grandhotel Pupp in Karlovy Vary.
This arrangement costs USD 310 USD for single occupancy and
USD 230 for shared occupancy of hotel rooms.

We can also arrange for accommodation in Prague in a more
centrally located hotel, but the additional cost would be at
least 80-100 USD per night (for a single occupancy) -
Prague is a touristic centre and September is still high
season. Hotel Krystal is a quite resonable hotel and city
transportation is comfortable, clean and fast (the centre of
the city can be reached from the hotel by tram and subway).

 TRAVEL

Arrivals and departures: arrival date at Prague Tuesday,
September 20, 1995, conference programme in Prague September
21-22, departure for Karlovy Vary September 22 late
afternoon, conference programme in Karlovy Vary September
23-24, departure for Prague September 24 after lunch.
Departure from Prague Sunday September 25.

The Conference fee of USD 130 includes a copy of the proceedings
and bus transportation from Prague to Karlovy Vary and back.

 REGISTRATION

Participants should send the registration form appended at the
end of this message before APRIL 30 1995 to the following address
(preferably by e-mail):

UFAL MFF UK
c/o Mrs L. Brdickova

Malostranske n. 25
11800 Praha 1
Czech Republic

e-mail: brdickovufal.mff.cuni.cz

fax: ++42-2-532742
phone: ++42-2-2451 0286

Payment by bank transfer should be made before JUNE 30, 1995
to the following bank acount:

Account No. 38330-021/0100, var. symbol 844 (important!)
Bank: Komercni banka
 pobocka Praha-Mesto
Vaclavske nam. 42
11000 Praha 1
Czech Republic

The account is on the name of Matematicko-fyzikalni fakulta
Karlovy university (address of the account holder: Ke Karlovu
3, Praha 2).

All payments should be made net of bank charges.

After this deadline of June 30, a supplement of USD 50 will be
charged. Payment by credit card can, at present, not be accepted.

To complete your registration and confirm your room
requirements an advance payment of the registration fee and
the hotel package is required. PLEASE SEND THE BANK TRANSFER
RECEIPT PROVIDED BY YOUR BANK TO THE ABOVE ADDRESS.

 SECOND CALL FOR ABSTRACT SUBMISSION

Submissions are invited from all areas of parsing technology.
These areas include, but not limited to, theoretical and
practical studies of parsing algorithms for natural language
sentences, texts, fragments, dialogues, ill-formed sentences,
and speech, as well as multidimensional (pictorial) language,
and parsing issues arising or viewed in a multimodal context.

Authors who intend to submit a paper are invited to submit an
abstract of approximately 300 words. Authors will be then notified
how to submit a full paper, which will be reviewed by the program
committee for acceptance.

Time schedule:

 April 21, 1995: Abstract Due
 May 26, 1995: Full Paper Due
 June 26, 1995: Notification of Acceptance
 August 14, 1995: Final Manuscript Due

Submission: abstracts should be submitted via email to:
Harry.Buntkub.nl either in plain ascii format, in standard
LaTeX, or in Postscript. Authors having any difficulty with
electronic submission are advised to contact the general chair
by phone: +31 13 66 30 60 or by fax: +31 13 66 25 37 (Tilburg
University, The Netherlands), if not by email.

General Chair: Harry Bunt
Workshop Chair: Eva Hajicova

Program Committee: Bernard Lang (chair) Makoto Nagao
 Robert Berwick Anton Nijholt
 Harry Bunt Yves Schabes
 Bob Carpenter Mark Steedman
 Ken Church Henry Thompson
 Eva Hajicova Masaru Tomita
 Arvind Joshi K. Vijay-Shanker
 Ronald Kaplan Yorick Wilks
 Martin Kay Kent Wittenburg


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 IWPT'95 REGISTRATION FORM

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Name (family name):
First name:

Affiliation:

Mailing address:

E-mail:
Telephone:
Fax:

I intend to submit a paper: yes no
I want the accomodation package with single occupancy (310 USD) -
 double double occupancy (230 USD) -
(please mark the required package by X)

Comments:

Date
Signature

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Participants should please send this registration form before APRIL 30
by email to brdickovufal.mff.cuni.cz, or else by fax or ordinary mail to:

UFAL MFF UK
c/o Mrs L. Brdickova

Malostranske n. 25
11800 Praha 1
Czech Republic

fax: ++42-2-532742
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*-------------------------- Harry C. Bunt ------------------------+
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* ITK, Instituut voor Taal- en Kennistechnologie *
* Institute for Language Technology and Artificial Intelligence *
* Tilburg University *
* P.O. Box 90153 *
* 5000 LE Tilburg, the Netherlands *
* Phone: +31 - 13 66.30.60 Fax: +31 - 13 66.25.37 *
* buntkub.nl *
+----------------------------- ITK -----------------------------+
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