LINGUIST List 9.1421

Sun Oct 11 1998

FYI: Statistical NLP, New On-Line Mag, African Lang

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  1. Joakim Nivre, Teaching resources for statistical NLP
  2. olivier andre, New on-line magzine dedicated to translation and interpretation
  3. Nicolai, INFORMATION ON AFRICAN MAILING LIST

Message 1: Teaching resources for statistical NLP

Date: Wed, 7 Oct 1998 14:07:06 +0200 (MET DST)
From: Joakim Nivre <nivreling.gu.se>
Subject: Teaching resources for statistical NLP

Dear all,

I am developing a web-based course on statistical NLP,
part of which will be an "archive" of data, tools and
other resources that can be used for student projects.
I am grateful for all contributions, either in the form
of actual stuff that I can install on our server and make
available to the community, or in the form of links to
other web sites where the material is available. A general
condition is that the material should be freely available,
so that students can download it and use it without hassle.

If you want to have a look at the course and the resources
collected so far, you will find it at:
http://www.ling.gu.se/~nivre/kurser/wwwstat/index.html
All comments and suggestions are welcome, but remember
that the site is still under construction.

Best regards,
Joakim Nivre

Goteborg University
Department of Linguistics
Box 200
SE 40530 Goteborg
Sweden

Tel +46 31 7735213
Fax +46 31 7734853
Email nivreling.gu.se
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Message 2: New on-line magzine dedicated to translation and interpretation

Date: Thu, 8 Oct 1998 01:07:19 -0700 (PDT)
From: olivier andre <aaeesityahoo.com>
Subject: New on-line magzine dedicated to translation and interpretation

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AAE-ESIT - Press Release
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Paris, 8 October 1998

Internet: Launch of a magazine about translation and interpretation

The Alumni Association of ESIT, the translator and interpreter school
of Paris, has just launched a new on-line magazine dedicated to
translation and interpretation. Named Point Com, this magazine,
published quarterly, includes most of the articles published in the
hard copy version of the associations bulletin. Its goal is to
provide information about translation and interpretation both to
professionals and to the general public. We invite you to visit the
site today at the following address:

http://www.geocities.com/eureka/office/1936
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Message 3: INFORMATION ON AFRICAN MAILING LIST

Date: Wed, 07 Oct 1998 15:00:09 +0000
From: Nicolai <nicolaitaloa.unice.fr>
Subject: INFORMATION ON AFRICAN MAILING LIST




RECENT DEVELOPMENT OF COMPARLINGAFRIC MAILING LIST

Recently, at the final session of the 7th Nilo-Saharan Linguistic
Conference held in Vienna ( Sept.2.-6., 1998), it was proposed to
extend the scope of interest of ComparLingAfric to the WHOLE FIELD of
AFRICAN LINGUISTIC.

It was proposed not to restrict ComparLingAfric to the specialized
comparative and genetic approaches to the languages of Africa any
more, but to focus on the whole complex of research in African
languages, including their description and analysis.


HENCE,

AS FROM NOW , COMPARLINGAFRIC IS AVAILABLE FOR THE WHOLE COMPLEX OF
RESEARCH IN AFRICAN LANGUAGES.


CONTRIBUTIONS CAN BE POSTED EITHER IN ENGLISH OR IN FRENCH.

LES CONTRIBUTIONS PEUVENT ETRE POSTEES EN FRANCAIS OU EN ANGLAIS

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