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  1. Daniele GODARD, Re: HPSG 96 (3rd International Conference on HPSG)

Message 1: Re: HPSG 96 (3rd International Conference on HPSG)

Date: Tue, 09 Apr 1996 13:12:27 +0200
From: Daniele GODARD <Daniele.Godardlinguist.jussieu.fr>
Subject: Re: HPSG 96 (3rd International Conference on HPSG)

Please post the following information:

 HPSG 96
 TROISIEME CONFERENCE INTERNATIONALE SUR HPSG
 THIRD INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON HPSG

 MARSEILLE
 MAY 20-22, 1996

 ________________________
 PROGRAMME/PROGRAM
 ________________________

 May 20 SESSION GENERALE: SYNTAXE/ GENERAL SESSION: SYNTAX


 9h15-10h15 CONFERENCIER INVITE: DAVID JOHNSON
 INVITED SPEAKER
 David Johnson (IBM, T.J. Watson Research Center, USA) &
 Shalom Lappin (University of London, SOAS, UK):
 To Move or Not to Move: A Critique of Pure Minimalism

 10h15-10h50 Robert Levine (Ohio-State University, USA) & Tom Hukari
 (University of Victoria, Canada)
 Subject Extraction
 10h50-11h25 Eun Jung Yoo (Ohio-State University, USA)
 Wh-subjects, Superiority and Scope

 PAUSE/BREAK

 11h40-12h15 Detmar Meurers (University of Tuebingen, Germany)
 German Partial VP-Fronting Revisited
 12h15-1250 Claire Grover (University of Edinburgh, UK)
 Certain Heroes
 12h50-13h25 Adam Przepiorkowski (University of Tuebingen, Germany)
 Non Configurational Case Assignment: Polish Evidence

 DEJEUNER/LUNCH

 14h30-15h05 Georgia Green (University of Illinois, USA)
 Distinguishing Main and Subordinate Clause in HPSG
 1(h05-15h40 Robert Malouf (Stanford University, USA)
 Mixed Categories in HPSG
 15h40-16h15 Anne Abeille (University Paris 7, France) & Daniele Godard
 (CNRS & Universite Paris 7, France)
 French Word Order and Lexicality

 PAUSE/BREAK

 16h40-17h15 Lyne da Sylva (Universite de Montreal, Canada)
 Representation des valeurs par defaut syntaxiques
 17h15-17h50 Paola Monachesi (University of Tuebingen, Germany)
 Two Types of Clitic Climbing: Standard
		Italian vs. Salentino
 17h50-18h25 Jong-Bok Kim (Kyung Hee University, Korea) & Ivan A. Sag
 (Stanford University, USA)
 French and English Negation:
 A Lexicalist Alternative to Head Movement

 RECEPTION

 19h30-20h30 CONFERENCIER INVITE: CHARLES J. FILLMORE
 EVENING LECTURE

 Charles J. Fillmore (UC Berkeley, USA)
 The Lexicon of Magnitude Specification

 May 21 SESSION GENERALE: SEMANTIQUE/GENERAL SESSION:SEMANTICS

 9h30-10h05 Ann Copestake, Dan Flickinger & Ivan A. Sag
 (Stanford University, USA)
 Generation and Underspecification in Minimal Recursion
 Semantics
 10h05-10h40 Wojciech Skut (University of Saarland, Germany)
 Adjuncts, Phrase Structure and Semantic Ambiguity
 10h40-11h15 Markus Egg & Tibor Kiss (IBM, Institut fuer Logik und
 Linguistik, Germany)
 Semantic Interpretation in HPSG

 PAUSE/BREAK

 SESSION SUR LA THEORIE DU LEXIQUE
 SPECIAL SESSION ON THE LEXICON

 11h45-12h20 Orhan Orgun (UC Berkeley, USA), Jean-Pierre Koenig
 (SUNY-Buffalo, USA) & Daniel Jurafsky
 (University of Colorado, USA)
 Constraint-Based Morphology
 12h20-12h55 Andreas Kathol (University of Groningen, The Netherlands
 & UC Berkeley, USA)
 Discontinuous Lexical Entries
 12h55-13h30 Erhard W. Hinrichs (University of Tuebingen, Germany) &
 Tsuneko Nakasawa (NTT Laboratories, Japan)
 Applying Lexical Rules under Subsumption

 DEJEUNER/LUNCH

 14h30-15h30 INVITED SPEAKERS: A. DAVIS & J. P. KOENIG

 Antony Davis (Cycorp Inc, Austin, USA) &
 Jean-Pierre Koenig (SUNY- Buffalo, USA)
 Lexical Semantics and Linking Constraints in the
 Hierarchical Lexicon

 15h30-16h05 Stella Markantonatou & Louisa Sadler
 (University of Essex, UK)
 Alternations without Rules
 16h05-16h40 Kai Lebeth (IBM, Institut fuer Logik und Linguistik,
		Germany)
 A Type Hierarchy for the Lexical semantics
		of Verbs in HPSG

 PAUSE/BREAK

 17h-17h35 Byong-Rae Ryu (Universities of Duesseldorf &
		Tuebingen, Germany)
 The Typology of Subject in German and the
		Theory of Split Intransitivity
 17h35-18h10 Steve Wechsler (University of Texas, USA) & I Wayan Arka
 (University of Sydney, Australia)
 Balinese Argument Structure and Valence

 Alternate papers: Kordula De Kuthi (U. of Tuebingen, Germany):
 Linearization vs Movement: Evidence from German Pied-Piped
 Infinitives; Stefan Mueller (Humboldt University, Berlin, Germany):
 Yet Another Paper about Partial VP Fronting in German.


 May 22 SESSION SUR L'IMPLEMENTATION: HPSG 96 & TALN 96
 SPECIAL SESSION ON IMPLEMENTATION
 JOINT SESSION: HPSG 96 and TALN 96

 LE TRAITEMENT DES CONTRAINTES
 THE TREATMENT OF CONSTRAINTS

 9h-10h CONFERENCIER INVITE/INVITED SPEAKER
 HASSAN AIT-KACI (Simon Fraser University, Canada)
 An Algebra of Indefinite Sequences

 10h-10h35 Thilo Goetz & Detmar Meurers (University of
		Tuebingen, Germany)
 'The importance of being lazy':
 Using Lazy Evaluation to Process Queries
		to HPSG Grammar

 10h35-11h35 BREAK AND POSTER SESSION

 11h35 - 12h10 Stefan Geissler (IBM, Institute for Logic and
		Linguistics,
 Heidelberg, Germany)
 Representation and Efficient Processing
		of an HPSG for Spontaneously Spoken German
 12h10 - 12h45 Kentaro Torisawa & Jun'ichi Tsuji (University of
		Tokyo, Japan)
 Off-line Raising, Dependency Analysis and Partial
 Unification
 12h45 - 13h20 Detmar Meurers & Guido Minnen (University of Tuebingen,
 Germany)
 Off-line Constraint Propagation for Efficient
 HPSG Parsing


 The poster session comprises presentations by F. Namer
(U. Nancy II, France), P. Schmidt & A. Theofilidis (U. of Saarland,
Germany), D. Heylen (Utrecht U., The Netherlands), C. Weiss & W. Skut
(U. of Saarland, Germany), S. Kahane (U. Paris 6, France),
S. Manandhar (The U. of Edinburgh,UK), P. Blache & J-L. Paquelin
(CNRS-Sophia, France), G. Wilcock (U. of Manchester, UK),Y. Matsumoto
(Nara Institute of Science and Technology, Japan).

 _____________________________________
PRACTICAL INFORMATIONS ON HPSG 96
 _____________________________________
http://www-2lc.unice.fr/hpsg96/hpsg96.html
 ________________________
 CONFERENCE SITE
 ________________________

The conference will be held on the CNRS campus:

 Campus du CNRS
 31, Chemin Joseph Aiguier
 13008 Marseille
 tel : (33) 91.16.40.00

 - From the airport to the city:
 Bus (30mns) to Marseille ('Gare Saint Charles', the railway
		station)
 Fare : 50 FF

 - From the 'Gare Saint-Charles' and the center of the city to the
		campus:
 Metro (Line 2) : 'Sainte-Marguerite' station
 Bus (line 46) : 'CNRS' station

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FEES
____

The registration fee for the conference is 350 FF (250 FF for students).
It includes Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday lunches, coffee breaks
and Monday's evening reception. The fee also includes attendance to
Wednesday morning session, which is common to HPSG 96 and TALN 96.

 Forms of payment:

 1. Checks and money orders in French currency to
 ``Agent Comptable Secondaire du CNRS''

 2. Bank transfer to:

 Account name: CNRS - Delegation Cote d'Azur
 Bank name: Tresorerie Generale Nice
 Bank address: 250 Av. Albert Einstein, F-06560 Valbonne
 Position code: 06000
 Bank code: 10071
 Account number: 0000 100 5422 / 23
 Ref: Blache/2LC

PLEASE NOTE:

a. It is very important to mention "reference Blache/2LC".
 Otherwise the payment will not be credited correctly.
b. If you pay by bank transfer, the processing charges will be on you.

c. TALN 96 + HPSG 96 Joint Registration:
 The TALN 96 conference will be held on the same location, immediately
 after HPSG 96. It is possible to register for both conferences (at
 a reduced price):

 HPSG+TALN registration fee: 900 FF (500F for students).

 This registration includes TALN'96 and HPSG'96 Implementation Session
 Proceedings.
 For more information on TALN 96, see http://www-2lc.unice.fr/taln96.
_____________
ACCOMODATION
_____________
 Hotel reservations are left to the care of participants.
For a list of hotels (** - between 170FF and 330FF per night - and
*** - between
300FF and 350FF per night), please consult :
http://www-2lc.unice.fr/hpsg96/hpsg96.htmlHere is a list of Hotels.

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DEMONSTRATIONS
 ______________

A demonstration room should be be available with two Sun's connected
to Internet, a PowerMac 7100/66AV and a PC.


Please cut here
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 REGISTRATION FORM

 NAME :
______________________________________________________________

 INSTITUTION :
______________________________________________________________

 ADDRESS :
______________________________________________________________


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 TELEPHONE : _________________________________

 FAX : _________________________________

 E-MAIL : _________________________________

 Fees
 ____
 _
 - HPSG'96 only (Student) : 250 F |_|
 _
 - HPSG'96 only (Other) : 350 F |_|
 _
 - HPSG + TALN (Student) : 500 F |_|
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 - HPSG + TALN (Other) : 900 F |_|


Please find enclosed __________ to cover the cost of registration for
 HPSG'96.

I have instructed my bank to transfer __________ to cover the cost of
 registration for HPSG'96.

Please send completed form and registration fee before May 10 to :

 Philippe BLACHE
 2LC - CNRS
 1361, route des Lucioles
 06560 Sophia Antipolis
 e-mail : pbllaor.unice.fr

 All e-mail registrations must be confirmed by post.
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