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LINGUIST List 19.3300

Thu Oct 30 2008

Calls: General Ling/USA; Computational Ling/USA

Editor for this issue: Kate Wu <katelinguistlist.org>

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        1.    Justin Nuger, 16th Austronesian Formal Linguistics Association
        2.    John Edward, International Conference on Artificial Intelligence a

Message 1: 16th Austronesian Formal Linguistics Association
Date: 27-Oct-2008
From: Justin Nuger <jnugerucsc.edu>
Subject: 16th Austronesian Formal Linguistics Association
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Full Title: 16th Austronesian Formal Linguistics Association
Short Title: AFLA 16

Date: 01-May-2009 - 03-May-2009
Location: Santa Cruz, CA, USA
Contact Person: Justin Nuger
Meeting Email: aflaling.ucsc.edu
Web Site: http://lrc.ucsc.edu/events/afla/

Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics

Language Family(ies): Austronesian

Meeting Description:

The 16th Annual Meeting of the Austronesian Formal Linguistics Association will
be hosted by the Department of Linguistics and the Linguistics Research Center
at UC Santa Cruz from May 1-3, 2009.

Call for Papers

The UC Santa Cruz Department of Linguistics and Linguistics Research Center will
host the 16th Annual Meeting of the Austronesian Formal Linguistics Association
May 1-3, 2009.

AFLA 16 will feature two invited speakers:

Maria Polinsky, Harvard University
Kie Zuraw, University of California, Los Angeles

Deadline for submission of abstracts is Sunday, January 4, 2009 (by 11:59pm,
Pacific Standard Time). Please refer to the AFLA 16 website at
http://lrc.ucsc.edu/events/afla/ for further information.
Message 2: International Conference on Artificial Intelligence a
Date: 25-Oct-2008
From: John Edward <contactpromoteresearch.org>
Subject: International Conference on Artificial Intelligence a
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Full Title: International Conference on Artificial Intelligence a
Short Title: AIPR-09

Date: 13-Jul-2009 - 16-Jul-2009
Location: Orlando, Florida, USA
Contact Person: Dimitrios Karras
Web Site: http://www.promoteresearch.org

Linguistic Field(s): Computational Linguistics

Call Deadline: 02-Feb-2009

Meeting Description:

AIPR is an important event in the areas of Artificial Intelligence (AI) as well
as Pattern Recognition (PR) and focuses on all areas of Linguistics, AI, PR and
related topics. The conference will be held at the same time and location where
some other major events will be taking place.

Call for Papers

Applications of AI
Artificial neural networks
Automated problem solving
Bayesian-based methodologies
Brain modeling
Case-based reasoning
Cognitive science
Collaborative filtering
Computational biology
Computational intelligence
Computer vision
Constraint processing
Data mining
Decision support systems
Distributed AI
Evolutionary algorithms
Expert systems
Fuzzy sets and fuzzy logic
Game playing
Genetic algorithms
Hardware aspects of AI
Image processing
Information retrieval
Intelligent agents
Intelligent databases
Intelligent information fusion
Intelligent information systems
Intelligent networks
Intelligent software engineering
Intelligent tutoring systems
Intelligent user interfaces
Intelligent business
Knowledge acquisition
Knowledge discovery
Knowledge management
Languages for AI
Learning and adaptive sensor fusion
Machine learning
Machine translation
Medical imaging
Natural language processing
Neural networks and applications
Pattern recognition
Probabilistic reasoning
Remote sensing
Rough sets
Search techniques
Self-adaptation techniques
Semantic indexing
Signal processing
Social impact of AI
Soft computing
Software aspects of AI
Speech processing
Statistical methods for AI
Steganography and digital watermarking
Swarm intelligence
Symbolic data analysis
Temporal abstractions
Text mining
Text processing
Web intelligence

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