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  2. Gerard Ellis, KRUSE Symposium: Knowledge Retrieval, Use and Storage for Efficiency

Message 1: CSNLP '95, Dublin City University, 4-7 July

Date: Thu, 15 Jun 95 18:44:58 BSCSNLP '95, Dublin City University, 4-7 July
From: <Alex.MonaghanCompApp.DCU.IE>
Subject: CSNLP '95, Dublin City University, 4-7 July


 CSNLP '95, Dublin City University, 4-7 July
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 Provisional Programme and Final Call for Registration - Please Post
 -------------------------------------------------------------------

 Registration fee is 60 pounds, inc. one dinner, lunches and coffee.

 To register or reserve accommodation, contact alexcompapp.dcu.ie

Please notify me of your intention to attend by 26/6/95, so that I can book
meals etc. Some campus accommodation is still available, and can be booked
through me by email. A single room costs 16 pounds per night, exc. breakfast.
Payment on the day, by cash or Irish cheque, is acceptable for both
accommodation and registration.

Tuesday 4 July
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14:00 - 18:00 Registration

Wednesday 5 July
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09:00 - 18:00 Registration

09:45 - 10:00 Opening Remarks

10:00 - 11:00 Keynote Lecture: Mark Steedman, University of Pennsylvania

 Coffee

11:30 - 13:00 Poster Session I:
 LSP Corpora in NLP: Some Fundamentals and Approaches
 (Bowker)
 Communicative principles and utterance planning
 (Jokinen)
 A Learning environment for Natural Language Processing
 (Boisvert)
 Test Suites for NLP: Issues in their design and construction
 (Balkan, Arnold & Fouvry)
 A Syntax-Free NLP Interface for an Intelligent Tutoring Environment
 (Long)
 Syntax-Free Speech Generation
 (Monaghan)

 Lunch

14:30 - 16:30 Oral Session I:
 Exploring the role of statistics in Human Natural Language Processing
 (Corley)
 A Methodology for Example Based Machine Translation
 (Collins & Cunningham)
 Events and Individuals in Italian Dynamic Locative Expressions
 (Dini & Tomaso)
 Beyond Lexical Semantics
 (Mandelblit)

Thursday 6 July
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10:00 - 11:00 Keynote Lecture: Alison Henry, University of Ulster

 Coffee

11:30 - 13:00 Poster Session II:
 On-line pragmatic inference in zero anaphor assignment.
 (Peatfield & marslen-Wilson)
 A Hybrid Model of Semantic Inference
 (Scheler & Schumann)
 Ambiguity resolution in a Connectionist Parser
 (Tepper)
 Nominal Compounds in the Generation of German Technical Documentations
 (Kowalewski)
 The universality of simple distributional methods
 (Redington)
 Understanding Metaphorical Descriptions of Mental States and Processes in
 Discourse
 (Barnden)

 Lunch

14:30 - 16:30 Oral Session II:
 Cross-Serial Dependencies Are Not Hard To Process
 (Vogel, Branigan & Hahn)
 Arguments and Ambiguity
 (Wallington)
 State-Transition Syntax in an Integrated Language Model
 (Tugwell)
 A Computational Framework for Composition in Multiple Linguistic Domains
 (Bozsahin & Gocmen)

 Drinks

18:00 - 20:30 Conference Dinner

 Drinks

Friday 7 July
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10:00 - 12:30 Oral Session III:
 Is there a Role for Syntax/Parsing in NLP?
 (Jones)
 Looking for a New NLP Paradigm
 (Narinyani)

 Coffee

 Anticipating the Interpretation
 (Groefsema)
 The Interplay of Syntax and Prosody During Reading
 (Bader)

 Lunch

14:00 - 15:00 General Discussion

 Closing Remarks

 Drinks

 More Drinks


Directions
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DCU is on the north side of Dublin, quite near the airport (10 pound taxi
fare). The conference is in the Business School, right beside the campus
entrance from Collins Avenue. The accommodation block is best reached from
the Ballymun Road entrance. If you will arrive late, please notify me in
advance: the residences office normally closes at 18:00hrs.
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Message 2: KRUSE Symposium: Knowledge Retrieval, Use and Storage for Efficiency

Date: Sun, 18 Jun 1995 16:19:41 KRUSE Symposium: Knowledge Retrieval, Use and Storage for Efficiency
From: Gerard Ellis <gedcs.rmit.edu.au>
Subject: KRUSE Symposium: Knowledge Retrieval, Use and Storage for Efficiency


Please find a short description of the KRUSE symposium below. A full postscript
version can be ftp'ed
 ftp.cs.rmit.edu.au
 /pub/rmit/KRUSE/KRUSE.ps.Z
Also the KRUSE home page on the World Wide Web is
 http://www.cs.rmit.edu.au/KRUSE/

Regards, Gerard

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Gerard Ellis gedcs.rmit.edu.au ph:61-3-660-5090 FAX:61-3-662-1617 Rm:10.9.11
WWW: http://www.cs.rmit.edu.au/~ged Computer Science Dept, Royal Melbourne
Institute of Technology, GPO Box 2476V, Melbourne, Victoria, 3001, AUSTRALIA
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 CALL FOR PARTICIPATION

 International KRUSE Symposium

 ___ Knowledge Retrieval, Use, and Storage for Efficiency ___

 University of California, Santa Cruz

 August 11-13 1995

Sponsored by:
 MPR Teltech Ltd, Burnaby, Canada.
 IBM, Santa Teresa Laboratory, San Jose.
 University of California at Santa Cruz.
 Royal Melbourne University of Technology, Australia.
 Centre for Systems Science, Simon Fraser University, Canada.


THEME
The symposium is a forum for exploring current research in artificial
intelligence, cognitive science, and databases that pertains to the
organization, encoding and retrieval of logical and complex objects.
The symposium draws together researchers from diverse disciplines as
well as practitioners engaged in developing real object-oriented term
classification systems. The basic questions to be addressed include

 o classification of objects in a taxonomy: systemic classification,
 semantic indexing, partial-order sorting, description identification,
 and taxonomy maintenance.

 o efficient order, lattice, graph, and code theoretic operations on objects:
 subsumption, generalization, specialization, least common generalization,
 and greatest common specialization.

 o advanced uses of taxonomies: knowledge compression, knowledge compilation,
 and knowledge evolution.

 o using classified knowledge: classification as problem solving,
 classification as constraint satisfaction, and exploiting abstraction.

 o scalable techniques for large object databases

 o integration of data and knowledge base technologies

The symposium maintains a balance between theoretical issues and
descriptions of implemented systems providing a balance between theory
and practice. The focus of the symposium is on efficiency of retrieval,
use and storage of knowledge.


ORGANIZING COMMITTEE:

Veronica Dahl (Co-Chair) Gerard Ellis, RMIT (Program Chair)
Director, Logic and Functionall Computer Science Dept.
Programming Group Royal Melbourne Inst of Technology
Professor, Computing Sciences Dept. GPO Box 2476, Melbourne, VIC 3001
Simon Fraser University Australia
Burnaby, B.C. V5A 1S6 CANADA
veronicacs.sfu.ca gedcs.rmit.edu.au
Phone (604) 291-3372 Phone: 61-3-660-5090
Fax (604) 291-3045 Fax: 61-3-662-1617

Andrew Fall (Co-Chair) Robert Levinson (Local Arrangements Chair)
School of Computing Science Dept. of Computer & Information Sciences
Simon Fraser University 229 Applied Sciences Building
Burnaby, B.C. V5A 1S6 CANADA University of California
fallcs.sfu.ca Santa Cruz, CA 95064 U.S.A.
Phone: (604) 291-4302 levinsoncis.ucsc.edu
Fax: (604) 291-3045 Phone: (408) 429-2087
 Fax: 459-4829

PROGRAM COMMITTEE:

Mohan Ahuja (USA) Robert Levinson (USA)
Hassan Ait-Kaci (Canada) Patrick Lincoln (USA)
Franz Baader (Germany) Robert MacGregor (USA)
Yves Caseau (France) Deborah McGuinness (USA)
Darrell Conklin (Canada) Guy Mineau (Canada)
Veronica Dahl (Canada) Werner Nutt (Germany)
Francesco Donini (Italy) Peter Patel-Schneider (USA)
Gerard Ellis (Australia) Raghu Ramakrishnan (USA)
Andrew Fall (Canada) Manfred Schmidt-Schauss (Germany)
Brian Gaines (Canada) James Schmolze (USA)
Jim Hendler (USA) Gert Smolka (Germany)
Fritz Lehmann (USA) Leon Sterling (USA)
Maurizio Lenzerini (Italy)

Auxiliary Reviewers

Jamie Andrews (Canada), Lin Padgham (Australia), Alex Borgida (USA),
Michel Habib (France), Andreas Podelski (Germany), Rudolf Wille (Germany).

Full details of the KRUSE programme and the latest information regarding KRUSE
can be found on the World Wide Web under http://www.cs.rmit.edu.au/KRUSE/

Information regarding the related 3rd International Conference on Conceptual
Structures ICCS95, August 14-18, 1995, University of California, Santa Cruz,
can be found on the World Wide Web under http://www.cs.rmit.edu.au/ICCS95/
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