LINGUIST List 5.372

Thu 31 Mar 1994

Calls: ESSLLI workshop

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  1. Erhard Hinrichs, Call for Presentations -- ESSLLI workshop

Message 1: Call for Presentations -- ESSLLI workshop

Date: Wed, 30 Mar 94 16:17:33 +0Call for Presentations -- ESSLLI workshop
From: Erhard Hinrichs <>
Subject: Call for Presentations -- ESSLLI workshop


The Sixth European Summer School in Logic, Language and Information
(ESSLLI-6) will be held at the Copenhagen Business School from August
8th to 19th, 1994. The main focus of the Summer School is the
interface between logic, language and computation. The scientific
program will include courses, workshops and symposia covering a variety
of topics within six different program areas. As part of the program
area "Logic and Computation" a workshop on the topic of


will be organized by Erhard W. Hinrichs (University of Tuebingen) and
Tsuneko Nakazawa (NTT Laboratories). This workshop will concentrate
on the representation of linguistic information in the areas of
phonology, morphology, syntax, semantics and pragmatics for natural
language processing. The discussion will focus on:

-- the use of grammar formalisms in computational linguistics,
i.e. the relationship between linguistic theories, the formalization
and computer implementation of such theories,

-- the computational properties of grammar formalisms currently used
in computational linguistics.

A special effort will be made to include a variety of grammar
formalisms that are currently used in computational linguistics.

The workshop will take place during the second week of the ESSLLI
summer school (five meetings; Monday - Friday, August 15th-19th).

ESSLLI workshops are organized to provide an opportunity for Ph.D.
students and junior researchers to present their work and to receive
feedback from summer school participants. To this end, Ph.D.
students, those who have recently completed their Ph.D., and junior
researchers working in industry are invited to make proposals for
30-minute presentations at the workshop.

Each proposal should contain:

a. the name(s), affiliation(s) and email address(es) of the

b. an abstract of the work to be presented, not to exceed two pages
in length. Paper-length submissions will not be reviewed.

c. the primary area(s) addressed by the research:
 phonology, morphology, syntax, semantics, pragmatics, or
 others (please specify).

Electronic submissions are preferred (plain text or self-contained
LATeX source) and should be sent to both of the following two

Fax submissions to both organizers with the following numbers are also

+81 468 59 3428 (please address the fax to Tsuneko Nakazawa)
+49 (0)7071 550520 (please address the fax to Erhard W. Hinrichs)

Please make sure to send your electronic submission or fax to both

The deadline for submission is April 29th, 1994. Authors will be
notified of acceptance or rejection by May 22th, 1994.
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