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Confs: Forensic ling, Formal grammar

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  1. Helen Fraser, Confs: Forensic Linguistics
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Message 1: Confs: Forensic Linguistics

Date: Sat, 3 Jun 1995 13:12:57 +Confs: Forensic Linguistics
From: Helen Fraser <hfrasermetz.une.edu.au>
Subject: Confs: Forensic Linguistics

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International Association of Forensic Linguists Conference
University of New England, Armidale NSW Australia 9-12 July 1995

Registration for the conference is due by 12 June, and registration forms
can be obtained from Diana Eades (deadesmetz.une.edu.au)

Any queries about registration, accommodation etc should be directed to
Phil Johnston at New England Conference Management, fax 61 67 711713

___________________
hfrasermetz.une.edu.au (129.180.4.1)

Helen Fraser (Dr)
Dept of Linguistics
University of New England
Armidale
NSW 2351
AUSTRALIA

Phone 067 73 2128/3189
Fax 067 73 3735
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Message 2: Conference--FORMAL GRAMMAR

Date: Fri, 26 May 1995 18:04:19 Conference--FORMAL GRAMMAR
From: Glyn Morrill <morrilllsi.upc.es>
Subject: Conference--FORMAL GRAMMAR

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

Saturday August 12th

1.00-2.00 "Linear Logic for Meaning Assembly"
 Fernando Pereira (Invited Speaker), AT&T Bell
 Laboratories
2.00-2.40 "Partial Proof Trees as Building Blocks for a
 Categorial Grammar"
 Aravind K. Joshi & Seth Kulick, University
 of Pennsylvania
2.40-3.00 "The Fall of Function-Argument Biuniqueness"
 Alex Alsina, National University of Singapore
Break
3.30-4.10 "Features and Agreement in Lambek Categorial Grammar"
 Mark Johnson and Sam Bayer, Brown University
4.50-5.30 "Distribution, Collection and Scoping:
 a Categorial Approach to Plurality"
 Bob Carpenter, Carnegie Mellon University
6.00-6.40 "Bare Plurals in Spanish Are Interpreted as Properties"
 Louise McNally, The Ohio State University
Break
6.00-6.40 "A Proof-Theoretic Approach to Natural Language
 Understanding - Ellipsis: a Case Study"
 Ruth Kempson, University of London
6.40-7.20 "Ellipsis and Multimodal Categorial Type Logic"
 Petra Hendriks, Rijksuniversiteit Groningen
7.20-8.00 "Word Order Domains in Categorial Grammar"
 Koen Versmissen, Rijksuniversiteit Utrecht

Sunday August 13th
9.00-1.30 Special Session: "Clause Union and Argument Structure"
 Erhard Hinrichs & Tsuneko Nakazaw,
 Dani'ele Godard, Anna Abeill'e & Philip Miller,
 Esther Kraak,
 Miriam Butt,
 Owen Rambow.
 Discussion Chairs: Tilman Hoehle & Bob Carpenter
Lunch
3.30-4.30 "Inflection, Derivation and Grammatical Architecture"
 Susan Steele (Invited Speaker), University of Arizona
4.30-5.10 "Ne-Cliticization Does Not Support the
 Unaccusative/Intransitive Split"
 Graziella Saccon, University of Texas at Austin
5.10-5.30 "Trees and the Representation of Disjunct
 Constituents"
 Marcel Cori and Jean-Marie Marandin, Universit'e Paris
 & CNRS URA
Break
6.00-6.40 "Pomset Logic as an Alternative Categorial Grammar"
 Alain Lecomte and Christian Retor'e, INRIA Lorraine
 & CNRS CRIN
6.40-7.20 "Interpreting Lexical Rules"
 Mike Calcagno, The Ohio State University
7.20-7.40 "A Semantics for Lexical Rules As Used in HPSG"
 Walt Detmar Meurers, Universit"at T"ubingen
7.40-8.00 "OT, Finite-State Representations and Procedurality"
 T. Mark Ellison, Instituto de Engenharia de
 Sistemas e Computadores, Lisboa

Reserve: "On the Formalisation of Choice Functions as
 Representing the Scope of Indefinites"
 Yoad Winter, Rijksuniversiteit Utrecht

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
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