Conf: TAG+5

Philippe Blache pb at
Tue May 2 17:48:19 UTC 2000

From: Lionel Clement <lionel.clement at>

Apologies for multiple copies

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                        International Workshop
          on Tree Adjoining Grammars and Related Formalisms
                          May 25 - 27, 2000
                        Jussieu, Paris, France


Call for participation

The fifth workshop on tree-adjoining grammars and related frameworks
(TAG+5) will be held at the University of Paris 7 , from Thursday May
25 to Saturday May 27 2000, sponsored by ATALA (Association pour le
Traitement Automatique des Langues) and by Paris 7, IUF, Sinequa,
Lexiquest and Inria.

 Previous workshops were held at Dagstuhl (1990), UPenn (1992),Univ.
Paris 7 (1994) and Upenn (1998).

Participants are invited to register online before May 15th at Precise schedule (including for
demos), directions and information regarding accommodation can be
found online as well.

REGISTRATION FEES : (including the proceedings as well as a banquet on
Friday evening)

Students (Atala members) : 500 frs
Student (non members) :    650 frs
Regular ATALA members :    700 frs
Non members :              900 frs

John Carroll : "Engineering parsers and generators
for large lexicalised grammars"

Mark Steedman : "The syntactic Process"

A comparision of the XTAG and CLE Grammars :
    Beth Ann Hockey, Manny Rayner,  Frankie James
A corpus-based evaluation of syntactic locality in TAGs
    Fei Xia, Tonia Bleam
A faster parsing alogorithm for lexicalized tree-adjoigning grammars
    Giorgio Satta
A logical approach of structure sharing in TAGs
    Adi Palm
A new description of extractions in TAG
    Sylvain Kahane, Marie-Hélène Candito, Yannick de Kercadio
A redefinition of embedded push-down automata
      Miguel A. Alonso, Eric de la Clergerie, Manuel Vilares
Adapting HPSG-to-TAG compilation to wide-coverage grammars
     Tilman Becker, Patrice Lopez
Bidirectional parsing of TAG without heads
    Victor J. Diaz, Miguel A. Alonso, Vicente Carrillo
Building a class-based verb lexicon using  TAGs
    Karin Kipper, Hoa Trang Dang, William  Schuler, Martha Palmer
CDL-TAGs : a grammar formalism for flexible and efficient syntactic
    Kilger, Poller
Comparing and integrating tree adjoigning  grammars
    Fei Xia, Martha Palmer
Complexity of linear order computation in  performance grammar, TAG and
    Karin Harbusch, Gerard Kempen
Contextual tree adjoigning grammars
      Martin Kappes
Customizing the XTAG system for efficient grammar development for
    Juntae Yoon, Chung-hye Han, Nari Kim, Meesook Kim
Derivational minimalism in two regular and  logical steps
    Jens Michaelis, Uwe Mönnich, Franz  Morawietz
Deriving polarity effects
    Raffaella Bernardie
Economy in TAG
    Robert Frank
Elementary trees for syntactic and statistical  disambiguation
    Rodolfo Delmonte, Luminita Chiran, Ciprian Bacalu
Engineering a wide-coverage lexicalized grammar
    John Carroll, Nicolas Nicolov, Olga  Shaumyan, Martine Smets, David
Even better than supertags : introducing  hypertags !
    Alexandra Kinyon
Extending linear indexed grammars
    Christian Wartena
>>From intuitionistic proof nets to iteration grammars
    Guy Perrier
How problematic are clitics for S-TAG translation
    Mark Dras, Tonia Bleam
How to solve some failure of LTAGs
    Sylvain Kahane
Lexicalized grammars and the description of motion events
    Matthew Stone, Tonia Bleam, Christine Doran, Martha Palmer
Lexik : a maintenance tool for FTAG
    Nicolas Barrier, Sébastien Barrier, Alexandra Kinyon
LFG-DOT : a probalistic, constraint-based model for machine translation
    Andy Way
LTAG Workbench : a general framework for LTAG
    Patrice Lopez
Practical aspects in compiling tabular TAG parsers
    Eric de la Clergerie
Practical Experiments in parsing using tree adjoigning grammars
    Anoop Sarkar
Predicative LTAG grammars
    Patrice Lopez, David Roussel
Punctuation in a lexicalized grammar
    Christine Doran
Relationship between strong and weak generative powers
    Aravind K. Joshi
Reliability in example based parsing
    Olivier Streiter
Reuse of plan-based knowledge sources in a uniform TAG-based generation
    Karin Harbush, Jens Woch
Scrambling in German and the non-locality of local TDGs
    Laura Kallmeyer
Some remarks on an extension of synchronous  TAG
     David Chiang, William Schuler, Mark Dras
The current status of FTAG
    Anne Abeillé, Marie-Hélène Candito, Alexandra Kinyon
The Sino-Korean light verb construction and lexical argument structure
    Chung-hye Han, Owen Ranbow
Un outil pour calculer des arbres de dépendance à partir d'arbres de
    Lionel Clément
Using TAGs, a tree model, and a language model for generation
    Srinivas Bangalore, Owen Rambow

Anne Abeille (Paris 7)
Nicolas Barrier (Paris 7)
Sébastien Barrier (Paris 7)
Marie-Hélène Candito (Paris 7 and Lexiquest)
Lionel Clement (Paris 7)
Kim Gerdes (Paris 7)
Alexandra Kinyon (Paris 7 and U. Penn)
Patrice Lopez (DFKI, Saarbrücken)


UFRL, Université Paris 7
TALaNa, case 7003
2, place Jussieu
F-75251 Paris cedex 05
phone: +33 1 44 27 53 70
fax:   +33 1 44 27 79 19
email: tag+ at

amphi 24 , RDC parvis jussieu
Université Paris 7
2, place jussieu, Paris 5e
metro jussieu (ligne 7)

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