7.1107, Calls: Natural Lg Engineering, Chinese Linguistics

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LINGUIST List:  Vol-7-1107. Sun Aug 4 1996. ISSN: 1068-4875. Lines:  169
Subject: 7.1107, Calls: Natural Lg Engineering, Chinese Linguistics
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Date:  Fri, 02 Aug 1996 13:00:52 EDT
From:  susann at azrael.mitre.org (Susann LuperFoy)
Subject:  CFP, FLAIRS-97 Special Track on NL Engineering
Date:  Fri, 02 Aug 1996 16:11:07 PDT
From:  NACCL97 at UVVM.UVic.CA (Hua LIN)
Subject:       NACCL-9 Call for Papers
Date:  Fri, 02 Aug 1996 13:00:52 EDT
From:  susann at azrael.mitre.org (Susann LuperFoy)
Subject:  CFP, FLAIRS-97 Special Track on NL Engineering
                        CALL FOR PAPERS
          Special Track on Natural Language Engineering
                     Daytona Beach, Florida
                        May 10-14, 1997
Papers are being solicited for a special track on Natural Language
Engineering at the 10th International Florida Artificial Intelligence
Research Symposium
(FLAIRS-97). Areas of interest include, but are not limited to, the following:
- Spoken language understanding and production
- Text processing
- Language generation
- NL engineering for Web applications
- Integration of NL with other modalities
 C. Ball (Georgetown University)
 N. Correa (Syracuse Language Systems)
 U. Hahn (Freiburg University)
 S. Luperfoy (MITRE) (co-chair)
 R. MacMillan (MITRE Corporation)
 E. Maier (DKFI, Germany)
 D. Novick (OGI/Eurisco)
 F. Segond (Xerox)
 L. Vanderwende (Microsoft)
 W. Zadrozny (IBM) (co-chair)
Interested authors should submit electronic version of their manuscripts in
either plain text or postscript (not encoded) by October 30, 1996. If
electronic submission is not possible 5 copies of hardcopy manuscripts
received by October 30, 1996 will also be accepted for review. We are
planning a session for paper presentation as well as a posters session.
Full paper submissions should be no more than 15 double spaced pages in
length; extended abstracts for poster sessions can be up to 4 pages,
including figures. Please include a cover page with title, author(s)
name(s), street and email address(es), and affiliation(s).  In case of
multiple authors, all correspondence will be sent to the first author
unless otherwise requested. Authors desiring anonymous review of their
sumbissions by the program committee can achieve that option by simply
avoiding references to self or organization in all but the attached title
Papers will be refereed and those accepted for presentation will appear in
the conference proceedings.  Notification of acceptance will be mailed
around January 15, 1997.  Authors of accepted papers will be expected to
submit the final camera-ready copies of their full papers by February 15,
1997 for publication in the conference proceedings.
Following FLAIRS-97, a special issue of the NL Engineering Journal is
planned with extended versions of selected papers from the special track.
Those papers will go through an additional review process. The issue will
be co-edited by S.Luperfoy and W.Zadrozny.
Submission should be mailed to
 Wlodek Zadrozny
 IBM T.J.Watson Research Center,
 P.O. BOX 704
 Yorktown Heights, NY 10598.
 tel. (914)  784 7835
 e-mail: wlodz at watson.ibm.com
Information about the Florida AI Research Society and FLAIRS-97 is
available on the web at http://www.cis.ufl.edu/~ddd/FLAIRS/
Date:  Fri, 02 Aug 1996 16:11:07 PDT
From:  NACCL97 at UVVM.UVic.CA (Hua LIN)
Subject:       NACCL-9 Call for Papers
                 NACCL-9 IS IN CANADA!
The Ninth North American Conference on Chinese Linguistics
             will be held May 2-4, 1997
at the University of Victoria, British Columbia, Canada
                 CALL FOR PAPERS
Deadline for abstract submission: Nov. 15, 1996
Abstracts are invited for 20-minute talks on all
aspects of Chinese linguistics using any theoretical
framework.  The abstract should be typed on one page
of 8.5" by 11" letter-sized paper using a size 12
font (for English). A second page may be used only
if references and/or brief examples are included.
Abstracts will be anonymously reviewed. Notification
of acceptance along with a preliminary program will
be sent through email or snail mail (where email is
not available) by February 15, 1997. Registration
fee is $60 Canadian Dollars ($45 US) before April 1,
1997, and $70 ($52 US) after. Languages for the
conference are English and Mandarin Chinese.
Send three copies of your abstract, one with the
author's name and affiliation, and a 3.5" by 5" index
card with the title of your paper, your name, affiliation,
address, email, fax, and phone number to:
Dr. Hua Lin
Chair, NACCL-9 Organizing Committee
Department of Linguistics
University of Victoria
P.O. Box 3045, Victoria, BC
Canada V8W 3P4
Phone:(604)721-6643; or (250)721-6643 in 1997
Fax:(604)721-7423; or (250)721-7423 in 1997
Email:naccl97 at uvvm.uvic.ca
Please check the following Web site often to get updated
information about the conference and about travel around
the Garden City of Victoria:
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