LINGUIST List 9.833

Fri Jun 5 1998

Calls: ADCS'98,9th Intl Congress of Linguists

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  1. Judy Kay, ADCS'98
  2. Istituto di Glottologia, 9th Intl Congress of Linguists

Message 1: ADCS'98

Date: Sun, 31 May 1998 16:48:43 +1000
From: Judy Kay <judystaff.cs.usyd.edu.au>
Subject: ADCS'98


The following is a one day intensive symposium preceeding SIGIR'98.
It will have involvement from academic and commercial presenters and
it offers an unusual range of different presentation styles.



 CALL FOR PAPERS

 Third Australian Document Computing Symposium 
 (ADCS'98)

 August 21 1998
 University of Sydney, Sydney, Australia

 http://www.cmis.csiro.au/conferences-seminars/adcs98/

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 Important Dates Scope
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Submission of papers: 	 ADCS'98 is an opportunity for
 June 19, 1998 	 researchers and practitioners in
 		 document management and information
 retrieval to meet and present their
Submission of posters: work. The symposium aims to cover all
 June 26, 1998 aspects of Document Computing -
 issues ranging from the fundamentals
 of document architectures and
Submission of standards for markup, through
demonstrations: storage, management, retrieval,
June 26, 1998 authentication and workflow, to
 active and virtual documents.
Notification of 
acceptance:
July 19, 1998 Allette Systems, CSIRO Mathematical
 and Information Sciences and The
 University of Sydney are pleased to
Final versions due: host the third Australian Document
July 31, 1998 Computing Symposium, to be held at
 the Department of Computer Science,
 The University of Sydney, immediately
Symposium: preceding the 21st International ACM
August 21, 1998 SIGIR Conference on Research and
 Development in Information Retrieval
 (SIGIR'98).

 ------------------ Topics of Interest ------------------ 
 These include (but are not restricted to):

 * Resource discovery
 * Document workflow
 * Document databases
 * Document management
 * Document architectures
 * Standards for markup
 * Innovative applications of XML
 * Multimedia
 * Hypermedia
 * Adaptive hypertext
 * Virtual documents
 * Digital Libraries

 -------------------- Submissions --------------------- 

 There are four categories of submissions:

 Long papers: maximum length 3000 words.
 Short papers: maximum length 1500 words.
 Posters: maximum length 1000 words.
 Demonstrations: abstract only required.

Submitted papers/posters must be in English, should be available as
html documents. Papers/posters must include the author's name,
affiliation and e-mail address, a 200 word abstract, and keywords
preferably from the above list identifying the paper's area.

Submissions and queries should be mailed to either Program Committee
Chair:

Judy Kay Maria Milosavljevic
Basser Dept of Computer Science CSIRO-MIS,
Madsen F09 Intelligent Interactive Technology
University of Sydney Locked bag 17, North-Ryde NSW
AUSTRALIA 2006 Australia 2113

Ph: +61-2-9351-4502 Ph: +61 2 9325 3100 
Fax:+61-2-9351-3838 Fax: +61 2 9325 3200 
www.cs.usyd.edu.au/~judy www.cmis.csiro.au/Maria.Milosavljevic/
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Message 2: 9th Intl Congress of Linguists

Date: Mon, 1 Jun 1998 16:22:36 +0100
From: Istituto di Glottologia <istglottaixmiced.mi.unicatt.it>
Subject: 9th Intl Congress of Linguists

ISTITUTO DI GLOTTOLOGIA UNIVERSIT DEGLI STUDI VIA FESTA DEL
PERDONO 7, 20122 MILANO

	IX INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS OF LINGUISTS
Milan, 8-10 October 1998


Milan, April 1998


S E C O N D C I R C U L A R


Dear Colleague,

		on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of its
foundation and of the centenary of Vitt Pisani's birth, the "Sodalizio
Glottologico Milanese", with the support of the "Istituto Lombardo
Accademia di Scienze e Lettere", and of the Catholic and the State
Universities of Milan is organizing the 9th International Congress of
Linguists which will take place on October 8th, 9th, 10th, 1998.
	We remind You that the topic is:

50 YEARS OF LINGUISTIC RESEARCHES: ITS PROBLEMS, RESULTS, AND 
PROSPECTS FOR THE THIRD MILLENIUM.

	There will be 5 official reports and some other shorter
speeches. Meetings will take place at the State University-via Festa
del Perdono 7, at the "Istituto Lombardo"-via Borgonuovo 25, and at
the C atholic University-Largo Gemelli 1, according to the following
schedule:

October 8th 1998, 9.00 a.m., State University-Room 211
G. BOLOGNESI, Opening of activities, welcome message, and 
introductive speech.
E. COSERIU, La linguistica europea dopo Saussure
Discussion
Communications Room 211 and Room 113
October 8th, 1998, 15 p.m., State University-Room 211
R. ARENA, Titolo da definire
Discussion
Communications Room 211 and Room 113

October 9th, 1998, 9.00 a.m., Istituto Lombardo
R. GUSMANI, Recenti progressi nel campo delle lingue anatoliche 
del I millennio a.C.
Discussion
Communications
October 9th, 1998, 15 p.m., Istituto Lombardo
C. HANNICK, Systeme et fonction du slavon ecclesiastique comme langue
crite supranationale au Moyen Age et dans les temps modernes.
Discussion
Communications

October 10th, 1998, 9.00 a.m., Catholic University, Room Pio XI
P. RAMAT, Nuovi approcci metodologici?
Discussion
Communications Room Pio XI and Room San Paolo
Close of the Congress

	The application fee of L.100.000, refundable as susbsistance
money, can be paid either at the opening of the Congress or into the
postal account n. 11507209 invoiced to Dr. Roberto Giacomelli. Here
enclosed you will find a list of hotels and hostels for Your
accomodation and some useful information. Best regards.
	Yours Sincerely
The President
Giancarlo Bolognesi
















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