9.1680, Calls: Metaphor/Cognition, Phrase Structure Grammar

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LINGUIST List:  Vol-9-1680. Sat Nov 28 1998. ISSN: 1068-4875.

Subject: 9.1680, Calls: Metaphor/Cognition, Phrase Structure Grammar

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1)
Date:  Fri, 27 Nov 1998 11:36:21 GMT
From:  grover at cogsci.ed.ac.uk
Subject:  Head-driven Phrase Structure Grammar

2)
Date:  Fri, 27 Nov 1998 17:15:33 +0000 (GMT)
From:  Ann Dowker <ann.dowker at psy.ox.ac.uk>
Subject:  Metaphor/Artificial Intelligence and Cognition

-------------------------------- Message 1 -------------------------------

Date:  Fri, 27 Nov 1998 11:36:21 GMT
From:  grover at cogsci.ed.ac.uk
Subject:  Head-driven Phrase Structure Grammar




			  FIRST CALL FOR PAPERS

			       HPSG-99
		   6th International Conference on
		 Head-Driven Phrase Structure Grammar
                       University of Edinburgh


			   August 4-6, 1999

The 6th International Conference on HPSG will be held at the
University of Edinburgh, Scotland, on August 4th to 6th 1999, hosted
by the Human Communication Research Centre and the Department of
Linguistics.

Abstracts are solicited for 20-minute presentations (followed by 10
minutes of discussion) which address linguistic, foundational, or
computational issues relating to the framework of Head-Driven Phrase
Structure Grammar.


SPECIAL SESSION and INVITED SPEAKERS

The conference will feature a special session on GRAMMATICAL
INTERFACES, exploring the interaction of parts of the sign that encode
different types of grammatical information, e.g. syntax/morphology,
semantics/syntax, phonology/syntax, etc.  This session will have a
number of invited speakers, as well as submitted papers. The second
call for papers will provide further details about the invited
speakers. Submissions for the session should be made in the same way
as for the main session, but marked 'Grammatical Interfaces'.

SUBMISSION DETAILS

We invite E-MAIL submissions of abstracts for 30-minute papers
(including questions and comments).

A submission should consist of two parts:

- an information sheet (in ascii), containing the name of the
  author(s), affiliation(s), e-mail and postal address(es) and a title;

- an abstract, consisting of a description of not more than 5 pages
  (including figures and references). Abstracts may be either in plain
  ASCII or in (unix-compatible encoded) postscript, PDF, or DVI.

Abstracts can be sent to
	
	hpsg99 at cogsci.ed.ac.uk

ABSTRACT SUBMISSION DEADLINE

February 15th 1999

NOTIFICATION OF ACCEPTANCE

April 18th 1999

PUBLICATION

Pending final approval by the publisher, a selected number of papers
will be published as a volume of the CSLI-series "Studies in
Constraint-Based Lexicalism", with series editors Andreas Kathol,
Jean-Pierre Koenig and Sam Mchombo. There will be a separate round of
submission and reviewing for this volume after the conference.  It is
also hoped that a volume of papers on the topic of the special session
will be published by Oxford University Press.

PROGRAMME COMMITTEE

Philip Miller       (Lille, Chair)		
Ronnie Cann         (Edinburgh, Chair)	
Claire Grover       (Edinburgh, Local Arrangements)

Bob Borsley             Stephen Mueller
Jong Bok, Kim           Adam Przepiorkowski
Dimitra Kolliakou       Enric Vallduvi
Marie Labelle           Frank van Eynde
Bob Levine              Shuly Wintner
Paola Monachesi


FURTHER INFORMATION

Web site for HPSG-99: http://www.cogsci.ed.ac.uk/~hpsg99/

For further enquiries mail: hpsg99 at cogsci.ed.ac.uk


-------------------------------- Message 2 -------------------------------

Date:  Fri, 27 Nov 1998 17:15:33 +0000 (GMT)
From:  Ann Dowker <ann.dowker at psy.ox.ac.uk>
Subject:  Metaphor/Artificial Intelligence and Cognition




SYMPOSIUM ON METAPHOR, AI AND COGNITION
=======================================

   at the
   AISB'99 Convention, 6th-9th April 1999
   Edinburgh College of Art & Division of Informatics,
   University of Edinburgh
   U.K.

CONVENTION URL:
http://www.dai.ed.ac.uk/daidb/people/homes/geraint/aisb99/CFP

URL FOR THIS SYMPOSIUM:
...same as above.../08-Metaphor



CALL FOR PAPERS

The Convention
- ------------

The AISB'99 Convention will be held in Edinburgh in April 1999. It
will consist of 13 workshops and symposia on a wide range of themes in
Artificial Intelligence and Cognitive Science. An underlying theme of
the Convention this year is the study of creativity, though not all of
the events include a creative element. Further details of AISB'99 will
be found at the conference web site, listed above.

The Metaphor Symposium
- --------------------

Paper submissions are invited for the Symposium on Metaphor, AI and
Cognition. Metaphor has been shown to arise frequently and
systematically in everyday text and speech, and in specific types of
discourse such as educational interchange. It is also of great
practical importance in various other areas of life, including
graphical representation, music, visual art and computer interface
usage. It is therefore an important concern for AI (and Cognitive
Science generally).  With the increasing use of computers in society,
and the increasing relevance of AI to the development of
people-friendly systems, the topic of metaphor must be given much more
computational attention than it has been if such systems are truly to
succeed.

The symposium welcomes contributions on metaphor that seek to
illuminate how people or AI systems do or could process metaphor, in
whatever medium or form of life it appears. Field studies,
corpus-based studies and linguistic or philosophical analyses are also
welcome, especially if they illuminate difficult processing problems
that must be faced. The more computationally, processually,
representationally or mathematically specific a contribution to the
workshop is, the better; but contributions that are not specific in
these regards will be considered.

The areas of interest of the Symposium on Metaphor, AI and Cognition
will include, but are not limited to, the following:

   o handling familiar (conventional) metaphor
   o handling novel metaphor
   o detecting metaphor in utterances, pictures, diagrams, etc.
   o extracting metaphorical meaning or connotations
   o metaphor-based reasoning
   o generating metaphorical utterances, diagrams, etc.
   o translation of metaphorical utterances
   o relationship of metaphor to analogy
   o relationship of metaphor to literal meaning
   o frequency of metaphor in discourse
   o relationship of metaphor to lexicons
   o effect of metaphor on comprehension, learning, etc.
   o effect of metaphorical views of computation,
       intelligence, etc. on the conduct of AI and cognitive science
   o relationship of metaphor to other non-literal forms
       of expression or cognition.

Papers will be selected by anonymous peer review of extended abstracts
of not more than 4 A4 pages. A cover page should be supplied listing
the Title, and the Author's name and affiliation, but the extended
abstract itself should not identify the author. Deadlines are listed
in the timetable, below.


PROGRAMME CHAIR: John Barnden
                 School of Computer Science
                 University of Birmingham
                 U.K.

                 J.A.Barnden at cs.bham.ac.uk
                 http://www.cs.bham.ac.uk/~jab
                 (+44) (0)121-414-3816

PROGRAMME COMMITTEE:

Richard Coyne
Department of Architecture
University of Edinburgh
U.K.

Ann Dowker
Department of Experimental Psychology
University of Oxford
U.K.

Mark Lee
School of Computer Science
University of Birmingham
U.K.

Tony Veale
School of Computer Applications
Dublin City University
Eire.

Yorick Wilks
Department of Computer Science
University of Sheffield
U.K.


SUBMISSIONS SHOULD BE SENT to the Programme Chair at the following
address:

   School of Computer Science
   The University of Birmingham
   Edgbaston
   Birmingham B15 2TT
   U.K.

or by email to J.A.Barnden at cs.bham.ac.uk.

The following formats are acceptable:

  HARDCOPY: 4 COPIES

  BY EMAIL: plain text or Unix PostScript *only*.



TIMETABLE

Submission of Extended Abstracts:    21 December '98
Notification of result:              20 January '99
Submission of camera-ready copy:     12 March '99


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