LINGUIST List 9.173

Thu Feb 5 1998

Confs: PACLIC12

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  1. Guo Jin, PACLIC12 CALL FOR PARTICIPATION

Message 1: PACLIC12 CALL FOR PARTICIPATION

Date: Thu, 5 Feb 1998 11:49:02 +0800 (SGT)
From: Guo Jin <guojiniss.nus.sg>
Subject: PACLIC12 CALL FOR PARTICIPATION

PACLIC'12 --THE 12TH PACIFIC ASIA CONFERENCE ON
 LINGUISTICS, INFORMATION AND COMPUTATION
NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF SINGAPORE
FEBRUARY 18-20, 1998

http://sunzi.iss.nus.sg:1996/paclic12/
paclic12iss.nus.sg



Attached below are papers to be presented at the
conference. For further information, please check
the web page and/or email us.

Guo Jin
For PACLIC12

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Opening Ceremony (9:00--9:30am, 18 Feb 98)

Tea Break (9:30--10:00am, 18 Feb 98)

Session I
Grammar (10:00am--12:30pm, 18 Feb 98)

1. Daeho Chung:
 Ettehkey 'How' as a Small Clause Head.
2. Beom-mo Kang:
 Three Kinds of Korean Reflexives: A Corpus Linguistic
 Investigation on Grammar and Usage.
3. York Chung-Ho Yang & June-Jei Kuo:
 The Chinese Temporal Coverbs, Postpositions, Coverb-
 Postposition Pairs, and Their Temporal Logic.
4. Jie Xu:
 Grammatical Devices in the Processing of [+Wh] and
 [+Focus]
5. Lian-Cheng Chief:
 Mandarin Intransitive Reflexive Verbs and the
 Unaccusative Hypothesis (Mandarin Intransitive
 Reflexive Verbs).

Session II
Syntax and Phonology (2:00pm-- 5:30pm, 18 Feb 98)

1. Masahiro Oku:
 Analyzing Embedded Noun Phrase Structures Derived
 from Japanese Double-Nominal-Case Construction.
2. Akira Ikeya and Masahito Kawamori:
 The Two Kinds of Japanese Negative Nai in Terms of
 their NP1 Licensing Condition.
3. Chiharu Uda Kikuta:
 A Multiple Inheritance Analysis of the Internally-
 Headed Relative Clause in Japanese.
4. Yoshie Yamashita:
 The Acquisition of Functional Categories: Data from
 Japanese.
5. Seiichiro Inaba:
 Moras, Syllables, and Feet in Japanese.
6. Seok-keun Kang:
 English Nasal-Final Prefixes and Uniform Exponence.

Session III
Lexicon and Semantics (9:00am--12:30pm, 19 Feb 98)

1. Jae-Il Yeom & Ik-Hwan Lee:
 Common Grounds as Multiple Information States.
2. Yibin Ni:
 Co-Interpretation Network in English Discourse.
3. Cornelia Maria Verspoor:
 Predictivity vs. Stipulativity in the Lexicon.
4. Dan-Hee Yang, Ik-Hwan Lee & Mansuk Song:
 On Using Case Prototypicality as a Semantic Primitive.
5. Hiroaki Nakamura & Takeshi Fujita:
 Case Alternations in Potential Constructions in
 Japanese and Their Semantic Implications.
6. Kiyoshi Ishikawa:
 On Plural Anaphora.

Session IV
Keynote Speeches (2:00pm--4:30pm, 19 Feb 98)

1. Jhing-fa Wang:
 Experience on the Development of Spoken Language
 System based on Continuous Speech Recognition.
2. K. P. Mohanan:
 A Topic on Theoretical Linguistics to be Announced

Special Workshop: (5:00pm--6:00pm, 19 Feb 98)

1. Yasuhito Tanaka & Kenji Kita:
 Machine-Readable Dictionary Headwords.
2. Charles Lee:
 The Advantages of 3D-Trees in Modelling Human
 Sentence Processing.
3. Young-Soog Chae:
 An Improvement of Korean Proof-Reading System Using
 Corpus and Collocation Rules (A Korean Proof-Reading
 System Using Multiple Dictionaries and a Corpus).
4. Shun Ha Sylvia Wong & Peter Hancox:
 An Investigation into the Use of Argument Structure
 and Lexical Mapping Theory for Machine Translation.
5. Kok Wee Gan:
 Using A Semantic Classification in Parsing Chinese:
 Some Preliminary Results.
6. Yong-Beo Kim:
 Adjunct Roles and External Predication.
7. Mariko Saiki:
 On the Underlying Representation of the Tough
 Construction in English.
8. Minako Nakayasu:
 Tense and the Speaker's Attitude in English.

Session V
Language Modelling (9:00am--1:00pm, 20 Feb 98)

1. Guodong Zhou & Kim-Teng Lua:
 MI-Trigger-Based Language Modelling.
2. Zhao-Ming Gao & Harold Somers:
 Extracting Recurrent Phrases and Terms from
 Texts Using a Purely Statistical Method.
3. Haizhou Li & Baosheng Yuan:
 Chinese Word Segmentation.
4. Julia Hockenmaier & Chris Brew:
 Error-Driven Learning of Chinese Word Segmentation.
5. Yujie Zhang & Kazuhiko Ozeki:
 Automatic Bunsetsu Segmentation of Japanese Sentences
 Using a Classification Tree.
6. Kenneth Lau & Robert Luk:
 Word-Sense Classification by Hierarchical Clustering.
7. Zhao-Ming Gao:
 A High-Precision Translation Lexicon from Parallel
 Chinese-English Corpora (Automatic Acquisition of a
 High-Precision Translation Lexicon from Parallel
 Chinese-English Corpora).

Session VI
Parsing and Processing (2.00pm-- 5:30pm, 20 Feb 98)

1. Joe Zhou:
 Surrogator: A Simple Yet Efficient Document
 Condensation System.
2. Haodong Wu:
 A Computational Method for Resolving Ambiguities in
 Coordinate Structures.
3. Simin Li & Y. Itoh:
 On Removing Ambiguity in Text Understanding.
4. June-Jei Kuo:
 An Automatic Chinese Document Revision System Using
 the Bit and Character Mask Approach.
5. Yasuo Koyama:
 Japanese Kana-to-Kanji Conversion Using Large Scale
 Collocation Data.
6. Hanmin Jung et al:
 Syntactic Verifier as a Filter to Compound Unit
 Recognizer
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