3.433 ACL call for papers (79)

Tue, 5 Sep 89 21:18:56 EDT

Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 3, No. 433. Tuesday, 5 Sep 1989.

Date: Tue, 5 Sep 89 11:48:57 EDT
From: walker@flash.bellcore.com (Donald E Walker)
Subject: ACL 1990 Call for Papers: 6-9 June 1990, Pittsburgh


28th Annual Meeting of the Association for Computational Linguistics

6-9 June 1990
University of Pittsburgh
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

TOPICS OF INTEREST: Papers are invited on substantial, original,
and unpublished research on all aspects of computational linguistics,
including, but not limited to, pragmatics, discourse, semantics,
syntax, and the lexicon; phonetics, phonology, and morphology;
interpreting and generating spoken and written language; linguistic,
mathematical, and psychological models of language; machine
translation and translation aids; natural language interfaces;
message understanding systems; and theoretical and applications
papers of every kind.

REQUIREMENTS: Papers should describe unique work; they should
emphasize completed work rather than intended work; and they should
indicate clearly the state of completion of the reported results.
A paper accepted for presentation at the ACL Meeting cannot be
presented at another conference.

FORMAT FOR SUBMISSION: Authors should submit twelve copies of
preliminary versions of their papers, not to exceed 3200 words
(exclusive of references). The title page should include the title,
the name(s) of the author(s), complete addresses, a short (5 line)
summary, and a specification of the topic area. Submissions that
do not conform to this format will not be reviewed. Send to:

Robert C. Berwick
ACL-90 Program Chair
MIT AI Laboratory, Room 838
545 Technology Square
Cambridge, MA 02139 USA
(+1 617)253-8918

SCHEDULE: Final papers are due by 16 December 1989. Authors
will be notified of acceptance by 3 February 1990. Camera-ready
copies of final papers prepared in a double-column format, preferably
on laser-printer output must be received by 7 April 1990, along
with a signed copyright release statement.

OTHER ACTIVITIES: The meeting will include a program of tutorials
organized by Dan Flickinger, Hewlett-Packard Research Laboratories,
1501 Page Mill Road, Palo Alto, CA 94304, USA; (+1 415)857-8789;
flickinger@hp.com. Anyone wishing to arrange an exhibit or present
a demonstration should send a brief description together with a
specification of physical requirements (space, power, telephone
connections, tables, etc.) to Rich Thomason at the address below.

CONFERENCE INFORMATION: Local arrangements are being handled by
Rich Thomason, Intelligent Systems Program, Cathedral of Learning
1004, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA 15260, USA; (+1
412)624-5791; thomason@cad.cs.cmu.edu. For other information on
the conference and on the ACL more generally, contact Don Walker
(ACL), Bellcore, MRE 2A379, 445 South Street, Box 1910, Morristown,
NJ 07960-1910, USA; (+1 201)829-4312; walker@flash.bellcore.com or

PROGRAM COMMITTEE: Robert Berwick, David Israel, Karen Jensen,
Aravind Joshi, Richard Larson, Paul Martin, Kathy McKeown, Martha
Pollack, James Pustejovsky, Edward Stabler, Hans Uszkoreit, David