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Fri 21 Apr 1995

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 Third Announcement & Call for Papers

 1st European Conference on
 Formal Description of Slavic Languages

 30 November - 2 December 1995
 Universitaet Leipzig

Over the last decades linguistics has seen the development of formal
models that aim at an explicit description of the complex and
interdependent grammatical properties of natural languages. The
conference will for the first time bring together those linguists who are
particularly concerned with the formal description of Slavic languages. A
European forum will be created that will ultimately lead to a better
communication between formal Slavists, similar to the annual Formal
Approaches to Slavic Linguistics workshops in the United States of
America.

Abstracts are invited for 30-minute talks (20-minute presentation plus 10
minutes for discussion) on issues in syntax, morphology, phonology, and
semantics of the Slavic languages. Presentation will be in any of the Slavic
languages, English, or German.

Deadline for submitting abstracts: May 30, 1995
Length of the abstracts: one page max

Organizing Committee:
Gerhild Zybatow, Dorothee Fehrmann, Uwe Junghanns

For further information contact:

Gerhild Zybatow
Universitaet Leipzig
Philologische Fakultaet
Institut fuer Slavistik
Augustusplatz 9
04109 Leipzig
Germany

e-mail: slavlipsrzaix340.rz.uni-leipzig.de

Please note that our phone and fax numbers have changed:
phone: (0341) 97 37 467/450/454
fax: (0341) 97 37 499/649
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Message 2: Call For Papers - Computational Linguistics and Chinese Language

Date: Thu, 20 Apr 95 16:13:44 EACall For Papers - Computational Linguistics and Chinese Language
From: rocling <rocltshhp.iis.sinica.edu.tw>
Subject: Call For Papers - Computational Linguistics and Chinese Language
 Processing

Computational Linguistics and Chinese Language Processing

 Call for Papers

Computational Linguistics and Chinese Language Processing
invites submission of original research papers in the area of
computational linguistics in general and Chinese (natural)
language processing in particular. Contributions can be
written either in English or Chinese. English will be the
primary language of this journal for its international
readership. A 600-word extended abstract is required of all
Chinese contributions. Submissions are welcomed in the
following three categories:

Papers: Submissions in this category should report
significant new research results in computational linguistics
or new system implementation involving significant theoretical
and/or technological innovation. There is no strict length
limitation on this category but it is suggested that
manuscripts not exceed 40 double-spaced pages.

Survey Papers: Submissions in this category are either
invited by the editorial board or voluntary. They should
offer a critical overview of either 1) the state of arts of a
certain sub-field of computational linguistics or Chinese
language processing, or 2) of existing systems and/or
technologies for a particular natural language application.
Page limitation of this category is the same as above.

Book/Thesis Review: Submissions in this category should not
exceed one journal page; i.e. 600 English words/ Chinese
characters inclusive of titles. The theses reviewed must be
completed within one year before the time of submission. An
extended abstract can also be submitted by the author if it is
endorsed by an editorial board member.

All contributions will be anonymously reviewed by at least two
reviewers, with exception of the reviews, which will be
reviewed by only one reviewer.

Electronic submissions are required. Submissions should be in
postscript files conforming to the Journal of Computational
Linguistics style. Submissions should be sent to the editor-
in-chief at
clphp.iis.sinica.edu.tw
Supplementary hardcopy submission is accepted at Computational
Linguistics and Chinese Language Processing, Professor Keh-
jiann Chen, Institute of Information Science, Academia Sinica,
Nankang, Taipei, Taiwan 115

Computational Linguistics and Chinese Language Processing will
be published both electronically and in hardcopy. Any paper
accepted by the editorial board will be put at the WWW site
and considered published. Hardcopy publication will be twice
annually in june and december and will be the compilation of
the papers electronically published in previous six months.
The first issue will appear in june, 1996.

Computational Linguistics and Chinese Language Processing is
published by the Computational Linguistics Society of R.O.C.
(ROCLING).
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