LINGUIST List 8.637

Wed Apr 30 1997

Confs: ACH-ALLC97 Program and workshops

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  1. Greg Lessard, ACH-ALLC97 PROGRAM & REGISTRATION REMINDER
  2. Greg Lessard, ACHALLC97 WORKSHOPS

Message 1: ACH-ALLC97 PROGRAM & REGISTRATION REMINDER

Date: Wed, 30 Apr 1997 08:52:46 -0400 (EDT)
From: Greg Lessard <lessardfrancais.QueensU.CA>
Subject: ACH-ALLC97 PROGRAM & REGISTRATION REMINDER

***Please distribute widely***

 ****REMINDER***
 ***REGISTRATION AT REDUCED RATES UNTIL MAY 3***
 ***REGISTRATION FORM AVAILABLE ON THE WEB PAGE***

 ASSOCIATION FOR COMPUTERS AND THE HUMANITIES
 ASSOCIATION FOR LITERARY AND LINGUISTIC COMPUTING

 JOINT INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ACH-ALLC'97

 June 3-7, 1997
 Queen's University, Kingston, Ontario, CANADA

 http://www.qucis.queensu.ca/achallc97

PAPERS AND SESSIONS (sorted by name of first author or session organizer)

Melina Alexa, Lothar Rostek, Pattern concordances - TATOE calls XGrammar

Jean Anderson, New developments from STELLA: Software for Teaching English

Andrea Austin, David Halsted, Perry Willett, Labour Issues in Humanities
Computing. (Session)

Johanne B=E9nard, Cocteau multim=E9dia

Nancy Belmore, Sabine Bergler, The International Corpus of English
(ICE)-Canada

David J. Birnbaum, In Defense of Invalid SGML

Florence Bruneseaux, Laurent Romary, Codage des r=E9f=E9rences et cor=E9f=
=E9rences dans les dialogues homme-machine

Nicoletta Calzolari, Antonio Zampolli, Ulrich Heid, Towards standards for
lexicons and the linguistic annotation of texts. (Session)

David R. Chesnutt, The Model Editions Partnership--Towards a National
Database

Sung-Kwon Choi, Tae-Wan Kim, Soo-Hyun Lee, Dong-In Park, Korean Analysis 
and Transfer in Unification-based Multilingual Machine Translation System

Lise Desmarais, Mee-Lian Chung, Lise Duquette, Delphine Reni=E9, Michel
Laurier, L'=E9valuation des apprentissages et des interactions dans un
environnement multim=E9dia en L2. (Session)

Merlin Donald, Symbolic Technologies: Challenges and Dangers for the
Humanities. (Keynote address)

Arienne M. Dwyer, Hand-to-Hand Wrestling with Small Linguistic Corpora

Michal Ephratt, Authorship attribution - the case of lexical innovations

Tomaz Erjavec, Nancy Ide, Dan Tufis, Encoding and Parallel alignment of
linguistic corpora in six Central and Eastern European Languages

Robert Fischer, Mary Ann Lyman-Hager, Multimedia Authoring for Foreign
Language Faculty: The Libra Authoring System

Julia Flanders, John Lavagnino, Carol Barash, The Epistemology of the
Electronic Edition. (Session)

Julia Flanders, Sydney Bauman, Mavis Cournane, Willard McCarty, Aara Suksi,
Applying the TEI: Problems in the classification of proper nouns. (Session)

Richard S. Forsyth, Short substrings as document discriminators

Richard S. Forsyth, Towards a text benchmark suite

Paul A. Fortier, Luc Fortier, Semantic Fields and Polysemy: A 
Correspondence Analysis Approach

Susanne Gillmayr-Bucher, Tracing the net of intra- and intertextual
references within the scenic play "Simson faellt durch die Jahrtausende" 
by Nelly Sachs

Penelope J. Gurney, Lyman W. Gurney, Multi-authorship of the Scriptores
Historiae Augustae: Analysis of Vocabulary Richness from a Disambiguated
Text

Hans van Halteren, The Feasibility of Incremental Linguistic Annotation

Shoichiro Hara, Hisashi Yasunaga, A Digital Library System for Japanese
Classical Literature

Susan Hockey, Terry Butler, Patricia Clements, Susan Brown, Sue Fisher,
Orlando Project: Humanities Computing in Conversation with Literary 
History=2E (Session)

Roz Horton, Richard Giordano, A Virtual Barbeque: A Corpus Linguistics
Approach to Studying an Emergent Community

Tatjana Janicijevic, Derek Walker, NeoloSearch: Automatic detection of
neologisms in French Internet documents

Hanmin Jung, Sanghwa Yuh, Taewan Kim, Dong-In Park, Compound Unit
Recognition for Efficient English-Korean Translation

Dorothy Kenny, Creatures of Habit? What collocation can tell us about
translation

Matthew G. Kirschenbaum, Ed Fox, Electronic Theses and Dissertations in 
the Humanities

Ian Lancashire, Christopher Douglas, Dennis G. Jerz, Adapting Web 
Electronic Libraries to English Studies

Greg Lessard, Michael Levison, Clothing Meaning in Syntax: Aspect and
Applications of Multilingual Generation

Michael Levison, Greg Lessard, Towards a Paperless Conference. 
(Introduction to the Conference Abstracts)

Willard McCarty, Lou Burnard, Marilyn Deegan, Jean Anderson, Harold Short,
Root, trunk, and branch: institutional and infrastructural models for
humanities computing in the U.K. (Session)

Tony McNeill, Charlie Mansfield, The Design & Authoring of Internet-based
Study Materials

Ingrid Meyer, Douglas Skuce, Judy Kavanagh, Laura Davidson, Integrating
Linguistic and Conceptual Analysis in a WWW-Based Tool for Terminography

Inge de M=F6nnink, Combining corpus and experimental data: methodological
considerations

Elli Mylonas, Todd Hettenbach, The ACH/ALLC Abstract Review Database

Nelleke Oostdijk, Tailoring a formal grammar for efficiency without
compromising its linguistic motivation

Espen S. Ore, Claus Huitfeldt, =D8ystein Reigem, Franz Hespe, 
Wittgenstein's Nachlass - Bergen Electronic Edition (WN-BEE)

Rochdi Oueslati, A corpora-based environment for linguistic knowledge

Pierre du Prey, Blair Martin, Daniel Greenstein, Writing, Publishing and
Preserving Electronic Documents related to the Visual Arts. (Session)

Hong Liang Qiao, A Corpus-Oriented Parser

Geoffrey M. Rockwell, Joanna Johnson, Rocco Piro, MILE: A Markup Language
for Interactive Drill Courseware

Thomas Rommel, A reliable narrator? Adam Smith may say so

Lothar Rostek, Marking up in TATOE and exporting to SGML - Rule development
for identifying NITF categories.

Joseph Rudman, David I Holmes, Fiona J. Tweedie, R. Harald Baayen, The 
State of Authorship Attribution Studies. (Session)

Carolyn P. Schriber, The Online Reference Book for Medieval Studies

David Seaman, The Electronic Archive of Early American Fiction (1775-1850)

Gary F. Simons, Mapping from objects to markup: a springboard for
multiple-strategy electronic publishing

St=E9fan Sinclair, L'HyperPo: Exploration des structures lexicales 
=E0 l'aide des formes hypertextuelles

C. M. Sperberg-McQueen, Tim Bray, Extensible Markup Language (XML)

Ronald Tetreault, Electrifying Wordsworth--A Progress Report

Ismail Timimi, Analyse du discours assist=E9e par ordinateur - 
Version 3AD95

Frank Tompa, Capitalizing on Text Structures. (Keynote address)

Jonathan J Webster, Martin S.P. Chiu, Developing a web-based dictionary
database

Merna Wells, Welcome to the Carnival: A Play of Electronic Discourse

Eve Wilson, Peter D. Shepton, SGML as a vehicle for porting hypertext
applications between systems

William Winder, Michel Lenoble, Ray Siemens, Theories of Meaning and the
Electronic Text. (Session)

Robert E. Wright, Willard McCarty, Susan Saltrick, Institutional Support in
the Advancement of Technology in the Humanities: Roles, Models, and
Collaboration. (Session)

Ronald W. Zweig, Digitizing Historical Newspapers: New Approaches to a
Complex Problem
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Message 2: ACHALLC97 WORKSHOPS

Date: Wed, 30 Apr 1997 09:00:16 -0400 (EDT)
From: Greg Lessard <lessardfrancais.QueensU.CA>
Subject: ACHALLC97 WORKSHOPS

***Please distribute widely***

 ***HANDS-ON WORKSHOPS***

 ASSOCIATION FOR COMPUTERS AND THE HUMANITIES
 ASSOCIATION FOR LITERARY AND LINGUISTIC COMPUTING

 JOINT INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ACH-ALLC'97

 June 3-7, 1997
 Queen's University, Kingston, Ontario, CANADA

 http://www.qucis.queensu.ca/achallc97

In conjunction with the Conference, a series of Workshops will be held
on Monday 2nd June. These provide excellent hands-on experience in
several aspects of textual analysis and hypermedia.

Workshop 1A
Topic: SGML texts and TACT: sgml2tdb
TACT is one of the most popular text analysis programs around. The session
is taught by the author of the program.
Instructor: John Bradley
Time: Monday, 9 am to noon
Cost: $30 CDN

Workshop 1B
Topic: TACTweb: Putting TACT databases on the Web
TACT is one of the most popular text analysis programs around. The session
demonstrates how TACT searches may be made available on the Web.
Instructors: John Bradley and Geoffrey Rockwell
Time: Monday, 1.30 pm to 4.30 pm
Cost: $30 CDN

Workshop 2
Topic: Text Encoding for Information Interchange
A basic introduction to SGML and text encoding, taught by the editors of
the Text Encoding Initiative standards.
Instructors: Lou Burnard, Nick Finke, Harold Short and C.M. Sperberg-McQueen
Time: Monday, 9 am to noon, 1.30 pm to 4.30 pm
Cost: $34 CDN

Workshop 3A
Topic: Introduction to HTML
Basic web authoring.
Instructor: Stefan Sinclair
Time: Monday, 9 am to noon
Cost: $30 CDN

Workshop 3B
Topic: Interactive HTML
Using Javascript to make web pages interactive.
Instructors: Stefan Sinclair
Time: Monday, 1.30 pm to 4.30 pm
Cost: $30 CDN

Each workshop will have a minimum of 10 participants and a maximum of 20,
first come first served.

Details of each workshop as well as a registration form are available on
the conference web page.
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