LINGUIST List 7.1103

Sat Aug 3 1996

Confs: COGNITIVE SCIENCE of NATURAL LANGUAGE PROCESSING

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  1. Alex Monaghan, CSNLP '96

Message 1: CSNLP '96

Date: Fri, 02 Aug 1996 16:17:24 -0000
From: Alex Monaghan <Alex.MonaghanCompApp.DCU.IE>
Subject: CSNLP '96


		CSNLP '96, Dublin City University, 2-4 September
		------------------------------------------------

	Provisional Programme and Final Call for Registration - Please Post
	-------------------------------------------------------------------


 Registration fee is 60 Irish 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 23/8/96, 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 18 pounds per night, exc. breakfast.
Payment on the day, by cash or Irish cheque, is acceptable for both
accommodation and registration.


Monday 2 Sept
- -----------

09:00 - 18:00	Registration

09:45 - 10:00	Opening Remarks

10:00 - 11:00	Keynote Lecture: Sylviane Cardey, Universite de Franche-Comte

		Coffee

11:30 - 13:00	Session I: Parsing
		A Concurrent Object-Oriented Approach to Ambiguity Resolution
			(Krenn)
		Language Processing for Participant Role Identification
			(Pazienza & Pedani)
		Noun Features and Local Ambiguity in Conjoined Structures
			(van Nice et al.)
		Lunch

14:30 - 16:30	Session II: Neural Nets
		Ambiguous Inputs in Connectionist Language Processing Models
			(Bullinaria)
		Using Neural Nets for Portuguese Prt-of-Speech tagging
			(Marques & Lopes)
		Simulated Annealing for Automatic Word Clustering
			(Smaili et al.)
		Resolving Structural Ambiguity Using Trainable Cognitive Models
			(Sun)


Tuesday 3 Sept
- ------------

10:00 - 11:00 Keynote Lecture: Alex Monaghan, Dublin City University

		Coffee

11:30 - 13:00 Session III: Posters
		Identification of Reference and Consideration of Relevance
			(Matsui)
		Resolving Ambiguities: The Role of Extralinguistic Factors
			(Ramachandran)
		Interpretation of Spatial Orders in Natural Language
			(Aurisset)
		Temporal Ambiguity in French
			(Vazov)
		Compound noun interpretation using taxonomic links
			(Cater & McLoughlin)
		Death and Lightness: Using a Demographic Model to Find Support 
Verbs
			(Dras)
		Morphological Analysis of Polish using a Three-Elements System
			(Baraniuk & McTear)
		Ambiguity, Meaning and Paraphrase
			(Greenfield)

 Lunch

14:30 - 16:30 Session IV: Various
		Phonetic Ambiguity : Approaches, Touchstones, Pitfalls, and New
 Directions
			(Juola)
		A cognitive model of semantics for large vocabulary man-machine
 speech
 communication
			(Demetriou et al.)
		Metaphor and Monosemy in the Prepositional Lexicon
			(Veale)
		Conceptual Blending and Counterfactual Spaces: A Discourse Pers
pective
			(Oakley)
		
		Drinks

		Conference Dinner

		Drinks


Wednesday 4 Sept
- --------------

10:00 - 12:30	Session V: Semantics
		Reasoning with Ambiguous Information
			(van Deemter)
		Underspecification and the Semantics/Pragmatics Interface
			(Poesio)

		Coffee

		Word Senses are not bona fide Objects
			(Kilgarriff)
		Ambiguity in Discourse Attachment - Rebuttals Restructure Disco
urse
			(Lagerwerf)

		Lunch

14:00 - 16:00	General Discussion

		Closing Remarks

 Drinks

		More Drinks



Directions
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DCU is on the north side of Dublin, quite near the airport (12 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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