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LINGUIST List 20.364

Tue Feb 03 2009

Confs: Computational Linguistics/Germany

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        1.    Miriam Butt, DGfS-CL Computational Linguistics Fall School


Message 1: DGfS-CL Computational Linguistics Fall School
Date: 03-Feb-2009
From: Miriam Butt <miriam.buttuni-konstanz.de>
Subject: DGfS-CL Computational Linguistics Fall School
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DGfS-CL Computational Linguistics Fall School

Date: 07-Sep-2009 - 19-Sep-2009
Location: Konstanz, Germany
Contact: Miriam Butt
Contact Email: miriam.buttuni-konstanz.de
Meeting URL:
http://ling.uni-konstanz.de/pages/conferences/fallschool2009/index.html

Linguistic Field(s): Computational Linguistics

Meeting Description:

The Computational Linguistics Fall School was established by the German
Linguistics Association as a biennial event for students who wish to broaden
their knowledge of techniques and methods used in natural language processing.
The motivation is to give interested students an understanding of innovative and
emerging fields in computational linguistics, including fields not traditionally
taught in standard degree programs. All lectures will be in English.

In 2009 the Fall School will be held at the University of Konstanz, Germany.

Course 1: LFG Grammar Development and Semantic Construction (XLE and XFR),
Miriam Butt (Universit├Ąt Konstanz) and Richard Crouch (Powerset Inc., Microsoft)

Course 2: Anaphora Resolution, Massimo Poesio , University of Essex and
Universita di Trento

Course 3: Sentiment Analysis, Michael Strube , EML Research gGmbH Heidelberg

Course 4: Data-driven and Hybrid Approaches to Machine Translation, Martin Forst
(PARC) and Alexander Fraser (IMS)
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