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Sat 13 May 1995

Calls: Sino-Caucasian hypothesis, Chinese computing

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Message 1: Call for Papers: Special Issue of ALHafniensia on Sino-Caucasian

Date: Fri, 12 May 1995 16:35:14 Call for Papers: Special Issue of ALHafniensia on Sino-Caucasian
From: Alexis Manaster Ramer <amrCS.Wayne.EDU>
Subject: Call for Papers: Special Issue of ALHafniensia on Sino-Caucasian

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Acta Linguistica Hafniensia would like to issue a special
issue (or more likely a half-issue) at the end of this year,
devoted to the topic of the Sino-Caucasian hypothesis and
related issues in the classification and reconstruction of
the relevant language groups. We would like to solicit
submissions ASAP. At this stage, we would ask for a brief
abstract, to be sent to the address above, by email. We will
respond promptly, and then ask for a full paper, which is
to also to be submitted by email by July 31 or earlier if
possible. The papers will be peer-reviewed. We will aim
at getting the final versions of the papers in September/
October.

Alexis Manaster Ramer Martha Ratliff
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Message 2: CFP -- International Conference on Chinese Computing'96 (ICCC96)

Date: Fri, 12 May 95 16:44:00 +0CFP -- International Conference on Chinese Computing'96 (ICCC96)
From: <guojiniss.nus.sg>
Subject: CFP -- International Conference on Chinese Computing'96 (ICCC96)

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 International Conference on Chinese Computing'96 (ICCC96)
 =========================================================

 The Latest Technological Advancement and Applications

 June 4-7 (Wed. - 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)

Theme:
 The theme of this conference is the application of advanced
 technologies and knowledge to the processing of Chinese,
 Japanese, Korean and other oriental languages. Recent
 advances and developments in methodologies, systems and
 software and hardware will be emphasized.

Papers:
 Suggested topics included but are not limited to the
 following:

 Large-scale lexical database construction
 Syntactic and semantic analysis
 New input methods and their application
 Natural language interface
 Machine(-aided) translation
 Intelligent information retrieval
 Application of corpus and statistics
 Text classification and abstraction
 Discourse understanding
 Knowledge acquisition and representation
 Speech I/O and OCR (printed / handwriting)
 Chinese Internet (WWW) and E-mail
 Font generations and Typesetting
 Localization (Han Hua)

Submission:
 Send 3 copies of full paper of not more than 8000 words to:

 Prof. Dong Zheng Dong
 Institute of Systems Science
 National University of Singapore
 Heng Mui Keng Terrace, Kent Ridge
 Singapore 0511
 FAX: (65) 774 4998
 Email: zddongiss.nus.sg

 Prof. Huang Chang Ning
 Department of Computer Science
 Tsinghua University
 Beijing, China 100084
 FAX: (86 10) 256 2768

Important Dates:
 Submission Deadline Dec. 1 1995
 Notification Mar. 1 1996
 Final manuscript Apr. 1 1996

Official Languag:
 English and Chinese.

 An English abstract must be provided if the paper is written
 in Chinese.

Tutorial:
 Proposals for tutorial should be submitted by 1 Feb. 1996
 to:

 Dr. Lua Kim Teng
 Department of Information Systems & Computer Science,
 National University of Singapore
 Kent Ridge, Singapore 0511
 Fax 65-7722782, email luaktiscs.nus.sg

Venue:
 Institute of Systems Science, National University of
 Singapore, Singapore 0511
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