6.1770, Calls: Comparative Germanic, NLP

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LINGUIST List:  Vol-6-1770. Thu Dec 21 1995. ISSN: 1068-4875. Lines:  173
 
Subject: 6.1770, Calls: Comparative Germanic, NLP
 
Moderators: Anthony Rodrigues Aristar: Texas A&M U. <aristar at tam2000.tamu.edu>
            Helen Dry: Eastern Michigan U. <hdry at emunix.emich.edu>
            T. Daniel Seely: Eastern Michigan U. <dseely at emunix.emich.edu>
 
Associate Editor:  Ljuba Veselinova <lveselin at emunix.emich.edu>
Assistant Editors: Ron Reck <rreck at emunix.emich.edu>
                   Ann Dizdar <dizdar at tam2000.tamu.edu>
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Editor for this issue: aristar at tam2000.tamu.edu (Anthony M. Aristar)
 
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1)
Date:  Thu, 21 Dec 1995 08:53:01 EST
From:  webelhut at gibbs.oit.unc.edu (Gert Webelhuth)
Subject:  Call for Papers for New Journal: JCGL
 
2)
Date:  Tue, 19 Dec 1995 16:38:29 +0100
From:  sepln96 at cica.es (Jose Francisco Quesada)
Subject:  CALL FOR PAPERS FOR SEPLN'96
 
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1)
Date:  Thu, 21 Dec 1995 08:53:01 EST
From:  webelhut at gibbs.oit.unc.edu (Gert Webelhuth)
Subject:  Call for Papers for New Journal: JCGL
 
	 Call for Immediate Submission of Papers to the Brand-New
 
	     JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE GERMANIC LINGUISTICS
 
	Edited by  Kenneth J. Safir, Rutgers University
	      and  Gert Webelhuth,   University of North Carolina at
                                     Chapel Hill
 
	The Journal of Comparative Germanic Linguistics provides
	a platform for discussion of theoretical linguistic
	research into the modern and older languages and dialects
	of the Germanic language family. Contributions that establish
	robust empirical generalizations within any formal theory
	of grammar that permits precise discussion are welcome.
	The empirical range of the work may either involve
	cross-linguistic comparison within the Germanic language
	family or elucidate issues in Germanic linguistics
	through the exemplary analysis of one Germanic language.
	Papers dealing mostly with modern English are required
	to have strong cross-Germanic implications.
 
	The areas of linguistics to be covered include
	Syntax, Morphology, Phonology, Semantics, and Pragmatics.
 
	The journal will be published three times per year in
	English. Squibs, replies, book and dissertation
	reviews as well as researcher profiles will be
	included.
 
	Procedure for Submission of Manuscripts:
 
	1. Submission Address:
 
		Journal of Comparative Germanic Linguistics
		Kluwer Academic Publishers
		101 Philip Drive
		Norwell, MA 02061
 
	2. Authors should send 4 copies of their double-spaced
	   manuscripts. Squibs are most welcome but should not
	   exceed a page length of 12 pages (not including
	   references). To arrange a book review or submit a
	   dissertation abstract, please contact one of the
	   editors directly.
 
	3. A style sheet for the new journal is currently being
	   printed but is not available for distribution yet. Until
	   further notice, manuscripts should conform to the style
	   sheet of "Natural Language and Linguistic Theory."
 
 
Please feel free to contact the co-editors in case you have questions
about the journal that were not addressed above.
 
Ken Safir		SAFIR at zodiac.rutgers.edu
Gert Webelhuth		webelhuth at unc.edu
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2)
Date:  Tue, 19 Dec 1995 16:38:29 +0100
From:  sepln96 at cica.es (Jose Francisco Quesada)
Subject:  CALL FOR PAPERS FOR SEPLN'96
 
 
		XII SEPLN CONGRESS
(SOCIEDAD ESPAQOLA PARA EL PROCESAMIENTO DEL LENGUAJE NATURAL)
 
FIRST CALL FOR PAPERS
 
The XII SEPLN Congress will take place on the 11th, 12th, and 13th September
1996 in the English Language Department of the University of Seville. The
envisaged syllabus comprises tutorials, invited talks, a colloquium, paper
presentations, and demonstrations, all related to state-of-the-art topics
within NLP.
 
TOPICS OF SPECIAL INTEREST
 
Corpus analysis.
Document processing.
Morphological, syntactic, semantic and pragmatic analysis.
Computational lexicography and terminology.
User-machine interface scenarios.
Information extraction and retrieval.
Machine translation.
Mono/multilingual text generation.
Speech recognition and synthesis.
Computer-assisted language learning.
 
APPLICATION PROCEDURE
 
The deadline for paper application is May 6th 1996. Complete texts (max. 2000
words) are requested to be sent by e-mail, but three surface mail copies will
also be accepted.  Demonstration authors must enclose a summary (max. 300
words) and specify the computing requirements for the demonstration.
On June 3rd applicants will be informed of the Program
Committee's decision, their evaluation, and further comments.
 
In order to enable an early publication of the proceedings, copies of the
papers in their final format must be sent before June 15th. This is also
the deadline for the payment of the participants' congress fees. Final
formats will be specified in the Second Call for Papers on February 15th.
General information (e.g., accomodation) and attendants' fees will also
be specified then.
 
ORGANIZATION COMMITTEE
 
J. Gabriel Amores (Universidad de Sevilla)
Gloria Alvarez (Universidad de Sevilla)
Elena Barcena (Universidad de Sevilla)
Irene Castellsn (Universitat de Barcelona)
Gabriela Fernandez (Universidad de Sevilla)
Joaquim Llisterri (U.A.B.)
M. Teresa Lspez (Universidad de Sevilla)
Josi Francisco Quesada (C.I.C.A.)
 
PROGRAM COMMITTEE
 
J. Gabriel Amores (Universidad de Sevilla)
Pedro Hmpola (Universidad de Granada)
M. Antonia Martm (U.P.C.)
Glyn Morrill (U.P.C.)
Josi Francisco Quesada (C.I.C.A.)
Juan C. Ruiz (U. Jaume I)
Luis de Sopeqa (IBM-UAM)
Felisa Verdejo (U.N.E.D.)
 
CONTACT ADDRESS
 
Grupo de Investigacisn JULIETTA
Departamento de Lengua Inglesa
Facultad de Filologma
Universidad de Sevilla
Palos de la Frontera, s/n
41004 Sevilla
 
fax: +34-5-4551516
e-mail: sepln96 at cica.es
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