18.83, Calls: Discourse Analysis, Phonology/Switzerland; Comp Ling/China

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Subject: 18.83, Calls: Discourse Analysis, Phonology/Switzerland; Comp Ling/China

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1)
Date: 11-Jan-2007
From: Antoine Auchlin < antoine.auchlin at lettres.unige.ch >
Subject: Symposium on Discourse Prosody Interfaces 

2)
Date: 28-Dec-2006
From: Hyungsuk Ji < jihyungsuk at skku.edu >
Subject: Computational Linguistics in HCI 2007 

	
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Date: Thu, 11 Jan 2007 12:21:15
From: Antoine Auchlin < antoine.auchlin at lettres.unige.ch >
Subject: Symposium on Discourse Prosody Interfaces 
 


Full Title: Symposium on Discourse Prosody Interfaces 
Short Title: IDP07 

Date: 12-Sep-2007 - 14-Sep-2007
Location: Geneva, Switzerland 
Contact Person: Antoine Auchlin
Meeting Email: idp07 at lettres.unige.ch
Web Site: http://idp07.unige.ch 

Linguistic Field(s): Discourse Analysis; Phonology 

Call Deadline: 01-Mar-2007 

Meeting Description:

Second International Symposium on Prosody - Discourse Interfaces 
The symposium is addressed to researchers interested in the complex relations between prosodic and discursive facts, within the areas of discourse, verbal interaction and prosody. 

The aim of the symposium is to allow researchers working in the areas of discourse, verbal interaction and prosody to present the latest developments in their research on the interfaces between these domains. The Symposium will focus on a limited number of topics
- Prosodies and their compositionality
- Units for prosody / units for discourse
- Prosody and context(s)
- Prosodic transfers from L1 to L2 
 
We invite anonymous abstracts of a maximum length of 3000 characters including spaces (one page) in Word or PDF format. 
Abstracts should be sent to: idp07 at lettres.unige.ch by March 1st 2007 
April 1st  2007: Notification of acceptance/rejection and of the type of presentation recommended (poster or oral presentation). 
 June 1st  2007: Deadline for submission of the camera-ready papers for the pre-proceedings.


	
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Date: Thu, 11 Jan 2007 12:21:37
From: Hyungsuk Ji < jihyungsuk at skku.edu >
Subject: Computational Linguistics in HCI 2007 

	

Full Title: Computational Linguistics in HCI 2007 
Short Title: CL-HCI 2007 

Date: 27-May-2007 - 30-May-2007
Location: Beijing, China 
Contact Person: Hyungsuk Ji
Meeting Email: jihyungsuk at skku.edu
Web Site: http://www.iccs-meeting.org/ 

Linguistic Field(s): Cognitive Science; Computational Linguistics; Text/Corpus Linguistics 

Call Deadline: 05-Jan-2007 

Meeting Description:

Workshop on Computational Linguistics in Human-Computer Interaction (CL-HCI 2007)
Deadline Extended to Jan. 5/2007

All accepted papers will be printed in the conference proceedings published by Springer-Verlag Lecture Notes in Computer Science series. Selected papers will also be published as special issues of appropriate journals. 

Processing natural language -- arguably the most complex and higher level human-specific aspect -- is a very challenging topic in Computational Science.

For a more advanced and evolved next-generation human-computer interaction (HCI) system, it is indispensable to integrate with it natural language processing (NLP) interface. To interpret and understand a user's intended command from his/her speech signal, series of processes such as speech recognition, parsing, semantic analysis, word sense disambiguation, etc. need to be performed. The proposed workshop focuses on such research topics common in Computational Linguistics and HCI. The workshop will provide also an opportunity for discussing and sharing participants' research experiences and outcomes.

Organizers
  Hyungsuk Ji (Sungkyunkwan University, Korea)
  Young-Hoon Seo (Chungbuk National University, Korea)
  Guillaum Pitel (INRIA, France)
  Sabine Ploux (Institut des Sciences Cognitives, France)
  Seong-Moo Yoo (University of Alabama in Huntsville, US)


Important dates for CL-HCI 2007
  - Full papers submission: Jan 5, 2007
  - Notification of acceptance of papers: February 3, 2007
  - Camera ready papers: February 19, 2007

Suggested topics for submitted papers include :
  - Speech Recognition
  - Syntax / Grammars
  - Parsing
  - Lexical Semantics / Word Sense Disambiguation
  - Corpus Linguistics
  - Psychological and Mathematical Models of Language

We cordially invite you to submit a paper presenting the results of original
research or innovative practical applications in the area we describe above.

Please submit your paper to ''http://www.iccs-meeting.org/''
Click ''Paper Submission''
Select our workshop 
''Computational Linguistics in Human-Computer Interaction (CL-HCI 2007)''

Papers should be of up to 8 single-spaced pages (about 4500 words maximum without figures) written in English, and must comply with the Springer-Verlag format described at http://www.iccs-meeting.org/iccs2007/papers.html 

Please email to jihyungsuk at skku.edu for more information.
 



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