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Fri Jun 19 1998

Confs: Joint grammar conference

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  1. Geert-Jan M. Kruijff, Program Joint Conf. Formal Grammar, HPSG and Categorial Grammar 1998

Message 1: Program Joint Conf. Formal Grammar, HPSG and Categorial Grammar 1998

Date: Fri, 12 Jun 1998 10:56:36 +0000
From: Geert-Jan M. Kruijff <gjKwetal.ms.mff.cuni.cz>
Subject: Program Joint Conf. Formal Grammar, HPSG and Categorial Grammar 1998



 Please Post

 JOINT CONFERENCE ON
FORMAL GRAMMAR, HEAD-DRIVEN PHRASE STRUCTURE GRAMMAR AND CATEGORIAL GRAMMAR
 August 14-16, 1998 Saarbruecken

 PROGRAM



In August 1998, the Tenth European Summer School in Logic, Language and
Information (ESSLLI X) will be held in Saabr\"{u}cken, Germany, August
17-28. The ESSLLI Summer Schools have become a forum for work on formal
grammar, encompassing the overlapping interests of work in formal
linguistics, computational linguistics, and the role of logic and grammar
formalisms. The Joint Conference on Formal Grammar, Head-Driven Phrase
Structure Grammar, and Categorial Grammar (FHCG-98), combining the 4th
conference on Formal Grammar and the 5th conference on Head-Driven Phrase
Structure Grammar, will be held the weekend preceding the Summer School,
August 14-16. The conference will include a Special Session on Information
Packages with contributed papers and invited lectures by

	o Enric Vallduvi (Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona)
	o Elisabet Engdahl (Gothenborg University)

It will also contain a Symposium on Unbounded Dependencies, with
presentations by

	o Anne Abeille (University of Paris)
	o Michael Moortgat (Utrecht University)
	o Ivan Sag (Stanford University)
	o Ed Stabler (UCLA)
	o Annie Zaenen (Xerox Research Centre Europe)

Themes of interest include formal and computational syntax, semantics, and
pragmatics; head-driven phrase structure grammar and categorial grammar;
model-theoretic and proof-theoretic methods in linguistics;
constraint-based and resource-sensitive approaches to grammar; and
foundational, methodological and architectural issues in grammar.

On the following pages, a detailed program of the conference is provided.
Registration for the conference should be done via the ESSLLI X secretariat.
The conference fee of DM 80 includes a copy of the conference proceedings.
Online registration for FHCG-98 can be arranged at

	http://www.dfki.de/events/hpsg98/hpsg98-mailform.html

For joint registration covering both FHCG-98 and ESSLLI X, consult

	http://www.dfki.de/lt/esslli/summerschool.html

Accommodation can be arranged via ESSLLI X.


PROGRAM COMMITTEE

Gosse Bouma (Groningen, Co-Chair)	Richard Oehrle (Arizona, Co-Chair)\\
Klaus Netter (DFKI, Local Arrangments)	Geert-Jan Kruijff (Prague, Submissions)

Anne Abeille (Paris)			Bob Carpenter (Lucent Bell Labs)
John Coleman (Oxford)			Ann Copestake (CSLI)
Mary Dalrymple (Xerox PARC)		Elisabet Engdahl (G\"{o}teborg)
Daniele Godard (Lille)			Erhard Hinrichs (T\"{u}bingen)
Jack Hoeksema (Groningen)		Bob Kasper (Ohio State)
Andreas Kathol (UC Berkeley)		Shalom Lappin (London)
Glyn Morrill (Barcelona)		Tsuneko Nakazawa (Tokyo)
Anton Nijholt (Twente)			Gertjan van Noord (Groningen)
			Carl Pollard (Ohio State)

		*****************************************

 FHCG-89 Program


 Friday, August 14, 1998


 Special Session on Information Packaging I

9.30-10.00 Rhematicity as a default information status
 Enric Vallduvi, Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona (Invited Lecture)
10.00-10.30 Information packaging and information states
 Elisabet Engdahl, University of Gothenburg (Invited Lecture)
10.30-11.00 A strong theory of link and focus interpretation
 Herman Hendriks, University of Utrecht

11.00-11.30 break
 Special Session on Information Packaging II

11.30-12.00 Linkhood and multiple definite marking
 Dimitra Kolliakou, University of Newcastle/Hebrew University of Jerusalem
12.00-12.30 Unbounded dependencies and the syntactic realisation of
	 Information Packaging
 Theodora Alexopolou, University of Edinburgh
12.30-13.00 Information Repackaging
 Petr Kubon, Simon Fraser University

13.00-14.30 break

 Special Session on Information Packaging III

14.30-15.00 Topic, adverbial quantification, and backwards anaphora
 Ileana Comorovski, Universite de Nancy 2
15.00-15.30 Information Packaging in Japanese
 John Fry and Stefan Kaufmann, CSLI Stanford
15.30-16.00 Topic and focus structures: The dynamics of tree growth
 Wilfried Meyer-Viol & Ruth Kempson, Imperial College/University of London

16.00-16.30 break

 Regular Session I

16.30-17.00 French subject inversion and extraction contexts
 Olivier Bonami, Daniele Godard, Jean-Marie Marandin, CNRS
17.00-17.30 Towards a General Theory of Partial Constituent Fronting in German
 Kordula de Kuthy and Detmar Meurers, University of the Saarland/
 University of Tuebingen
17.30-18.00 A relational approach to relativization in Turkish
 Zelal Gungordu and Elisabet Engdahl, Bilkent University/
 University of Gothenburg

 Saturday, August 15, 1998

 Regular Session II

9.30-10.00 Minor and expletive pronouns
 Frank Van Eynde, University of Leuven
10.00-10.30 Noun phrases as NPs---The case of Hebrew
 Shuly Wintner, University of Tuebingen
10.30-11.00 Determiners as nominal heads
 Andreas Kathol, University of California, Berkeley

11.00-11.30 break

 Regular Session III

11.30-12.00 Case, Obliqueness, and Linearization in Korean
 Chan Chung, Dongseo University (Seoel)
12.00-12.30 An informal sketch of a formal architecture for
	 Construction Grammar
 Paul Kay, University of California, Berkeley
12.30-13.00`A unified theory of scope' revisited
 Adam Przepiorkowski, University of Tuebingen/Polish Academy of Sciences

13.00-14.30 break

 Regular Session IV

14.30-15.00 On certain properties of Romanian auxiliary (and modal) verbs
 Paola Monachesi, University of Utrecht
15.00-15.30 Categories, prototypes, and default inheritance
 Robert Malouf, Stanford University
15.30-16.00 Looks Like a Trojan Horse Got Into the Argument Structure
 Emily Bender and Dan Flickinger, Stanford University

16.00-16.30 break

 Regular Session V

16.30-17.00 A point-based event phonology for the phonetics-phonology interface
 Peter Kuehnle and Petra Wagner, University of Bielefeld
17.00-17.30 How to match the mismatch: prosody-syntax interface for
 Japanese spoken sentences
 Kei Yoshimoto, Tohoku University (Sendai,Japan)
17.30-18.00 Morphosyntactic and morphological paradoxa in Fox
 Berthold Crysmann, University of the Saarland


 Sunday, August 16, 1998

 Regular Session VI

10.30-11.00 A weakly context free facet of LIGs
 Jens Michaelis, Christian Wartena, University of Potsdam
11.00-11.30 A formal interpretation of relations and quantifiers in HPSG
 Frank Richter, Manfred Sailer, University of T"ubingen
11.30-12.00 Island effects in type-logical approaches to the Minimalist Program
 Tom Cornell, University of T"ubingen

12.00-14.00 break

 Symposium on Unbounded Dependencies

14.00-14.40 Ivan Sag, Stanford University
14.40-15.20 Annie Zaenen, Xerox Research Centre Europe
15.20-16.00 Anne Abeille, University of Paris

16.00-16.30 break

16.30-17.10 Michael Moortgat, University of Utrecht
17.10-17.50 Ed Stabler, UCLA
17.50-18.30 discussion: Bob Carpenter, Lucent Bell Labs
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