Appel: SEPLN

Philippe Blache pb at
Wed Mar 22 18:39:32 UTC 2000

From: "Miguel A. Alonso Pardo" <alonso at>

                         Final CALL FOR PAPERS
                              SEPLN 2000
XVI Conference of the Spanish Society for Natural Language Processing

                         September 26-28  2000
                             Vigo, Spain

                   Sponsored by Universidade de Vigo

    with the support of

    Caixavigo e Ourense
    Spanish Society for Natural Language Processing


Following the XV SEPLN Conference that took place in Lleida in September
the XVI SEPLN Conference shall be held in Vigo in September 2000. The event
shall take place after TAPD 2000 (
which is a conference centered upon applications of tabulation technologies
for syntactic analysis and deduction.


The motivation for this Conference is to provide researchers in the
field of Natural Language Processing a chance to present their recent
work, to share their experimental results, and to discuss a range of
problems which must be treated. Moreover, an important objective of
this Conference is to promote the exchange of ideas and opinions for
future basic research directions and to compare these ideas with the
actual needs of the society.


The organizers encourage participants to give oral presentations of projects
and demos. Depending on the estimated number of oral presentations, some
session may be reserved to this purpose.

For oral presentation of projects to be accepted, the following information
must be included:
- Project title
- Funding institution
- Participant groups in the project
- Name, affiliation, e-mail and phone number of the director of the
- Abstract (2 pages maximum).
- If a demonstration is to be performed, further information must be
  as indicated below.

For demonstrations to be accepted, the following information is mandatory:

- Name, affiliation, e-mail and phone number of the authors.
- Abstract (2 pages maximum).
- Time estimation for the whole presentation.

This information must be received by June 4, 2000.


The workshop will be a 3-day event that provides a forum for
individual presentations of the accepted contributions as well as
project an demos presentations and group discussions.


  -- Daniel Tapias Merino        Telefonica investigación y desarrollo
  -- Christopher S. Butler       Univ. of Wales Swansea


Authors are invited to submit an abstract about a system to be
presented, or a paper concerning a theoretical
contribution. Submission and paper reviews shall be handled
exclusively electronically (PostScript or PDF format). Submission
should include a separate file with the title, authors, affiliations,
addresses, and e-mail. Papers, in a second file, should be anonymous,
excluding autoreferences in the text. Accepted works must be presented
at the congress and adhere to certain rules:

- They must include an abstract (150 word maximum).
- The proposed area of interest must be included.
- Maximum length is 3500 words, abstract included.
- Accepted papers must follow format rules that will be given in the
  conference web page (

Submissions must be sent to sepln-submit at


- XVI SEPLN Conference: September 26-28 2000
- Submission of contributions: April 14, 2000
- Notification of acceptance: May 26, 2000
- Final versions due: June 30, 2000
- Projects and demos submission: June 4, 2000
- Early registration: before July 14, 2000
- Late registration: after July 14, 2000


1. Linguistic, mathematic and psicolinguistic models of languages
 Miguel A. Alonso Pardo          Univ. of A Coruña
 Toni Badia                      Univ. Pompeu Fabra
2. Corpus linguistics
 José Mª García-Miguel Gallego   Univ. of Vigo
 Guillermo Rojo Sanchez          Univ. of Santiago de Compostela
3. Information extraction and retrieval
 Manuel de Buenaga Rodríguez     Univ. Europea de Madrid
 María Felisa Verdejo Maillo     UNED
4. Formalisms and grammars for morphological and syntactical analysis
 Manuel Palomar Sanz             Univ. of Alicante
 Manuel Vilares Ferro            Univ. of Vigo
5. Computational lexicography
 Margarita Alonso Ramos          Univ. of A Coruña
 Xabier Artola                   Univ. of País Vasco
 Jorge Graña Gil                 Univ. of A Coruña
6. Monolingual and multilingual textual generation
 Lydia Moreno Boronat            Univ. Politécnica de Valencia
7. Machine translation
 Ines Diz                        Univ. of Vigo
 Javier Gómez Guinovart          Univ. of Vigo
8. Speech synthesis and recognition
 Carmen García Mateo             Univ. of Vigo
 Joaquim Llisterri               Univ. Autónoma de Barcelona
9. Semantics, pragmatics and discourse
 Joseba Abaitua                  Univ. of Deusto
 M. Antonia Martí Antonín        Univ. of Barcelona



Manuel Vilares Ferro            Univ. of Vigo


David Cabrero Souto             Univ. of Vigo
Víctor Darriba Bilbao           Univ. of A Coruña
Javier Gómez Guinovart          Univ. of Vigo
Manuel J. Maña                  Univ. of Vigo
David N. Olivieri               Univ. of Vigo
Javier Pérez Guerra             Univ. of Vigo
Francisco José Ribadas Pena     Univ. of A Coruña
Leandro Rodríguez Liñares       Univ. of Vigo


Sala de Conferencias del Centro Cultural Caixavigo e Ourense
Policarpo Sanz, 13


Further information will be available at
For any information related to the organization, please contact:

Secretaría SEPLN'2000
Escuela Superior de Ingeniería Informática
Campus As Lagoas, s/n
32004 Ourense

E-mail: sepln-secret at
Fax:    +34 988-387001

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