LINGUIST List 8.263

Sun Feb 23 1997

Confs: Natural Language Processing

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  1. Satoshi Sekine, Applied Natural Language Processing

Message 1: Applied Natural Language Processing

Date: Tue, 18 Feb 97 15:35:17 EST
From: Satoshi Sekine <sekinenonki.cs.nyu.edu>
Subject: Applied Natural Language Processing



		 conference announcement
				
			 Fifth Conference on
		 Applied Natural Language Processing
				
		 31 March - 3 April, 1997
	 Washington Marriott Hotel, Washington, D.C.
 sponsored by the Association for Computational Linguistics

ANLP 97, the fifth conference on Applied Natural Language Processing,
will include:

* a day of tutorials on March 31st
 (on language generation, information extraction, spoken language
 interfaces, and trainable systems for text tagging)
* three days of technical sessions, April 1 - 3, including sessions on
 - spoken language and dialog
 - computer-assisted language learning
 - grammar checking
 - information retrieval and summarization
 - information extraction
 - text generation
 - multilingual systems
 - lexicon acquisition from corpora
 - parsing and morphology
 - architectures for document management
* demonstrations of applications and research systems
* a workshop following the conference, April 4 and 5, on
 tagging corpora with lexical semantic information

For further information, check our Web page,

	http://cs.nyu.edu/cs/projects/proteus/anlp97

The deadline for reduced-rate preregistration is February 28.

Local arrangements chair: John White, PRC, white_johnprc.com
Program chair: Ralph Grishman, New York University, grishmancs.nyu.edu
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