15.3392, Calls: General Linguistics/USA; Computational Ling/France

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Subject: 15.3392, Calls: General Linguistics/USA; Computational Ling/France                                                                                                                                                      

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Date: 01-Dec-2004
From: Brian Joseph < joseph.1 at osu.edu >
Subject: 2nd Conference of the Southeastern Studies Association 

Date: 30-Nov-2004
From: Yannick Toussaint < Yannick.Toussaint at loria.fr >
Subject: Terminology & Artificial Intelligence 

-------------------------Message 1 ---------------------------------- 
Date: Fri, 03 Dec 2004 19:44:34
From: Brian Joseph < joseph.1 at osu.edu >
Subject: 2nd Conference of the Southeastern Studies Association 

Full Title: 2nd Conference of the Southeast European Studies 
Short Title: SEESA 

Date: 28-Apr-2005 - 30-Apr-2005
Location: Columbus, Ohio, United States of America 
Contact Person: Brian Joseph
Meeting Email: joseph.1 at osu.edu
Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics 

Call Deadline: 15-Jan-2005 

Meeting Description:

SEESA sponsors a conference welcoming all disciplines (including
linguistics) focusing on the study of the Southeast European region,
including the successor states of the former Yugoslavia, Bulgaria, 
Romania, Albania, Greece, and Turkey. 

The SEESA Organizing  Committee is now accepting proposals for papers 
that treat some aspect of the Southeast European region, including the 
successor states of the former Yugoslavia, Bulgaria, Romania, Albania, 
Greece, and Turkey. All disciplines are welcome, including but not 
restricted to, anthropology, cultural studies, education, history, language, 
literature, linguistics, and sociology, among others. Papers addressing 
issues that cross national and disciplinary boundaries are particularly 

Papers will be 20 minutes in length, with 10 minutes beyond that for
questions and discussion.

Individuals may submit paper proposals by sending a title and a 1-page
abstract of the proposed paper, together with name, address, and contact
information (phone and e-mail) of author(s).  The deadline for submitting
all  proposals is  January 15, 2005.   The program  will be announced by
February 20, 2005.

Please address all correspondence to: 
Professors Daniel Collins & Brian Joseph, 
SEESA Organizing Committee, 
Department of Slavic and East European
Languages and Literatures, 
232 Cunz Hall, 
The Ohio State University, 
Columbus, Ohio USA  43210.  

Alternatively, titles and abstracts (and contact  information) may be 
sent by fax to 614-688-3107, or electronically (preferably pasted 
into an e-mail message) to collins.232 at osu.edu and/or
joseph.1 at osu.edu.

-------------------------Message 2 ---------------------------------- 
Date: Fri, 03 Dec 2004 19:44:38
From: Yannick Toussaint < Yannick.Toussaint at loria.fr >
Subject: Terminology & Artificial Intelligence 


Full Title: Terminology and Artificial Intelligence 
Short Title: TIA'05 

Date: 04-Apr-2005 - 05-Apr-2005
Location: Rouen, France 
Contact Person: Yannick Toussaint
Meeting Email: Yannick.Toussaint at loria.fr
Web Site: http://www.univ-rouen.fr/dyalang/tia2005

Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics; Computational Linguistics; 
Lexicography; Text/Corpus Linguistics 

Call Deadline: 10-Jan-2005 

Meeting Description
Call for papers TIA 2005
Terminology and Artificial Intelligence

Rouen, April 4-5, 2005

Important dates 
- Submission deadline: January 10, 2005
- Notification of acceptance: February 8, 2005
- Camera-ready paper: March 4, 2005

Due to the ever-increasing amount of machine-readable information,
institutions, companies and laboratories are facing new problems related to
scale effects and the diversity of technical texts. Text has always been
considered as an important vehicle for information and knowledge, but it
also contains information that is crucial in a decision making process, in
scientific or technical domains.

Access a large amount of document, identify the relevant documents, archive
them, distribute them in a targeted way, identify useful knowledge in the
text, compare and confront textual content -- these are amongst others, the
tasks that terminology can help exerting.  As a result, to bring out
innovative solutions, terminology as a discipline should establish
cooperative links with related areas, including linguistics and natural
language processing, artificial intelligence learning, information sciences
and knowledge engineering. Terminology and the other disciplines mutually
take enrichment in each other: terminology builds resources that can be
used by these disciplines in return. They are able to propose theories,
methods and tools for the building of terminological resources (index,
terminologies, thesaurus, ontologies).  The TIA Conference aims at
promoting convergence and synergy among such disciplines and terminology in
order to develop and evaluate corpus-processing methodologies. More
specifically, pluridisciplinary approaches should be emphasized.

Topics of Interest 

You are invited to submit an original paper with a theoretical, practical
or methodological issue on the following topics (the list is non exhaustive):

* Theories of meaning and terminology regarding textual linguistics and
* Methods for automatic recognition of terminology evolution (diachronic
* Automatic and manual acquisition of terminology from corpora 
* Methods for automatic terminology structuring (identification of
relationship between terms, domain recognition)
* Use of terminological resources for building and structuring ontologies
* Methods and criteria for evaluation and validation of terminologies
* Reusability and standardization, comparison and fusion of terminology
* Problems in multilingual terminology
* Applications of computer-based terminology (semantic web, document
indexing and filtering, information retrieval, document classification,
technological development monitoring, question-answering).

The 2005 TIA Conference follows TIA'95 (Villetaneuse), TIA'97 (Toulouse),
TIA'99 (Nantes), TIA '01 (Nancy), TIA'03 (Strasbourg) and is organized by
the TIA Working Group (http://tia.loria.fr/). TIA was founded in 1994 under
the aegis of AFIA, now AFIA/GdR-13 working group and includes researchers
in linguistics, artificial intelligence and natural language processing.
Submitted papers (in French or in English) will be reviewed by an
international program committee composed of members of the TIA Working
Group and of invited experts (three reviews). Accepted submissions will be
considered as full papers or as a poster.
Program Committeee 
Chair: Yannick Toussaint (LORIA - INRIA, Nancy)
Brigitte Biebow (LIPN, Villetaneuse)
Myriam Bouveret (DYALANG, Rouen)
Maria-Teresa Cabré (Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Espagne)
Farid Cerbah (Dassault Aviation, Paris)
Jean Charlet (AP-HP, Paris)
James Cussens (University of York, Grande-Bretagne)
Valérie Delavigne (Dyalang, Rouen)
Rose Dieng (INRIA, Sophia)
Ulrich Heid (Universität Stuttgart , Allemagne)
Fidelia Ibekwe-San Juan (Université Lyon 3)
Sylvie Lainé (Université Lyon 3)
Marie-Claude L'Homme (Université de Montréal, Canada)
Pascale Sébillot (IRISA, Rennes)
Monique Slodzian (CRIM-INALCO, Paris)
Organizing Committee 
Organizing chair: Valérie Delavigne, (DYALANG, Rouen)
Kristina Alexandru-Nicolae (DYALANG, Rouen)
Nathalie Avenel (IRED, Rouen)
Nathalie Baudouin (DYALANG-PSI, Rouen)
Myriam Bouveret (DYALANG, Rouen)
Evelyne Delabarre (DYALANG, Rouen)
Régine Delamotte (DYALANG, Rouen)
François Gaudin (DYALANG, Rouen)
Maryvonne Holzem (DYALANG-PSI, Rouen)
Philippe Jeanne (DYALANG, Rouen)
Mito Katano (DYALANG, Rouen)
Aurélie Neveol (PSI, Rouen)
Contact : TIA2005 at univ-rouen.fr 
Submission Procedure 
The papers should be written in French or English. They must not exceed 10
pages (about 3000 words), font Times Roman 12, single spaced, including
figures and references. A separate page should contain the following
information : 
-Author name(s)
-Affiliation(s), Address(es), fax and e-mail 
-Title of the paper
-5 to 10 keywords
-Abstract (maximum of 300 words) 

It is highly recommended to use TIA formatting styles. Electronic
submissions (PDF) should be uploaded on the conference site.


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