10.755, Calls: Translating/Computer, Lang/Speech Technology

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Subject: 10.755, Calls: Translating/Computer, Lang/Speech Technology

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1)
Date:  Mon, 17 May 1999 13:14:04 +0200
From:  Jeff ALLEN <jeff at elda.fr>
Subject:  Call for papers - Translating and the Computer 21

2)
Date:  Tue, 18 May 1999 12:31:29 +0200 (MET DST)
From:  Mike Rosner <mros at cs.um.edu.mt>
Subject:  EACL99 Workshop: Call for Participation

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

Date:  Mon, 17 May 1999 13:14:04 +0200
From:  Jeff ALLEN <jeff at elda.fr>
Subject:  Call for papers - Translating and the Computer 21

Please see conference call for papers below.
Contact Ms Nicole Adamides at <nicole.adamides at aslib.co.uk> for
further details.

Best,
Jeff Allen


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21st Conference "Translating and the Computer"
             10-11 November 1999, London
***************************************************************

The annual conference "Translating and the Computer" has been an
important forum for Machine Translation and Translation Aids users
over the past 20 years. The conference is one of the few international
events which focuses on the user aspects of translation software and
as such has been particularly beneficial to a very wide audience
including translators, business managers, researchers and language
experts.

Against the background of an increasingly multilingual society and the
all-encompassing impact of information technology, this year's
conference will address the latest developments in translation (and
translation-related) software.

This call for papers invites abstracts of papers to be presented at
the conference. The papers (and the presentations) should focus on the
user aspects of translation or translation-related software rather
than on research and development issues. Presentations accompanied by
demonstrations are especially welcome.


Topics
- ----

The range of conference topics includes (but is not limited to)

- use of Machine Translation (MT) systems
- machine-aided translation and translation aids
- memory based translation
- controlled languages and their use in MT
- speech translation
- terminology
- localisation
- translation aids for minority languages
- multilingual document management/workflow
- experience of companies using translation software
- translating and the computer: the new millennium challenges
- the Internet and translation aids

Programme Chairs
- ------------------------

Daniel Grasmick (SAP)
Ruslan Mitkov (University of Wolverhampton)
Chris Pyne (ICE)

Submission Guidelines
- -------------------

Authors are requested to submit an extended abstract (between
500 and 1000 words) of the paper they would like to present.

Extended abstracts should be sent by post, fax or email before
1 June to:

Ms Nicole Adamides, Manager, Professional Development Group
ASLIB, The Association for Information Management
Staple Hall, Stone House Court, London, EC3A 7PB
Tel: +44 (0) 171 903 0030
Fax: +44 (0) 171 903 0011
Email nicole.adamides at aslib.co.uk

The full-length versions of the accepted papers will be included
in the conference proceedings.

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Jeff ALLEN - Technical Manager/Directeur Technique
European Language Resources Association (ELRA)  &
European Language resources - Distribution Agency (ELDA)
(Agence Europe'enne de Distribution des Ressources Linguistiques)
55, rue Brillat-Savarin
75013   Paris   FRANCE
Tel: (+33) 1.43.13.33.33 - Fax: (+33) 1.43.13.33.30
mailto:jeff at elda.fr
http://www.icp.grenet.fr/ELRA/home.html


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

Date:  Tue, 18 May 1999 12:31:29 +0200 (MET DST)
From:  Mike Rosner <mros at cs.um.edu.mt>
Subject:  EACL99 Workshop: Call for Participation


POST CONFERENCE WORKSHOP ON
COMPUTER AND INTERNET SUPPORTED EDUCATION
IN LANGUAGE AND SPEECH TECHNOLOGY

Ninth Conference of the European Chapter
of the Association for Computational Linguistics

EACL-99, University of Bergen
12th June 1999

Sponsored by ELSNET
Invited Speaker Dr. Jo Calder
(University of Edinburgh)


CALL FOR PARTICIPATION


The field of language and speech technology is such that curricula
have always been closely related to computational theories and related
tools. Yet tools that are available to support curricula are often no
more than unrefined versions of programs developed in research
laboratories that authors have generously made available to the
public.  The aims of this workshop are:

- To present examples of computer/internet supported tools that
  are in current use or under development.

- To establish a registry of computational tools that are currently
  being used to support Education in Language and Speech Technology (ELST).

- To consider the possibility of adopting a common framework
  for the development of tools and environments specifically designed with
  educational goals in mind.

- To establish a special interest group (e.g. under the
  auspices of the learned associations and/or ELSNET) within which the
  educational issues in our field could be given the time and attention
  they deserve.

Full Programme: http://www.cs.um.edu.mt/~mros/celst/prog.html

Registration (via EACL99 Home Page): http://www.hit.uib.no/eacl99/

Further information from coordinator:

Workshop Committee

Michael Rosner  (Malta - Coordinator) mros at cs.um.edu.mt

Doug Arnold  (Essex)
Gerrit Bloothooft  (Utrecht)
Chris Bowerman  (Sunderland)
Anders Erikkson  (Umea)
Steven Krauwer  (Utrecht)
Mark Huckvale  (London)
Fabio Pianesi  (Trento)
Koenraad de Smedt  (Bergen)
Mark Tatham  (Essex)
Maria Wolters  (Bonn)
Felisa Verdejo  (Madrid)




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