4.0832 Confs: Reversible Grammar (Correction) (1/69)

Elaine Brennan & Allen Renear (EDITORS@BROWNVM.BITNET)
Sun, 16 Dec 90 16:00:43 EST

Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 4, No. 0832. Sunday, 16 Dec 1990.

Date: Thu, 13 Dec 90 13:53:30 -0500
From: walker@flash.bellcore.com (Don Walker)
Subject: Reversible Grammar Call: Correction on Submission Date - 1 March 1991


Reversible Grammar in Natural Language Processing

17 June 1991
University of California
Berkeley, California, USA

A workshop sponsored by the
Special Interest Groups on Generation (SIGGEN) and Parsing (SIGPARSE)
of the
Association for Computational Linguistics
and supported by the
Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency

TOPICS OF INTEREST: The purpose of this workshop is to bring together
researchers whose work concerns problems of reversible grammar systems
that are designed for, or may find applications in, Natural Language
Processing. Papers are invited on significant, original and unpublished
research on all aspects of reversible grammars, including, but not
limited to:

(1) Reversible computation (multi-directional and non-directional
computation; algorithms for program inversion and transformation;
efficiency issues);
(2) Reversible natural language systems (parsers and generators
for reversible grammars; reversibility of unification-based grammars;
new architectures for reversible natural language processing;
knowledge representation issues; reversible machine translation;
lexicons for bidirectional systems; reversibility in discourse
(3) Reversible grammars in linguistic theory (formal characterization;
reversibility within various grammatical frameworks, eg., GB, LFG,
GPSG, HPSG, TAG, categorial grammars; reversibility in rule-based
and principle-based approaches; reversibility and semantic

FORMAT OF SUBMISSION: Authors should submit four copies of their
papers in hard copy form. Papers should be a minimum of four pages
and a maximum of ten single-spaced pages (exclusive of references).
The title page should include the title, full names of all authors
and their complete addresses including electronic addresses where
applicable, and a short (5 line) summary. Submissions that do not
conform to this format will not be reviewed. Send submissions to:

Tomek Strzalkowski
Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences
New York University
715 Broadway, Room 704
New York, NY 10003, USA
(+1-212) 998-3496

SCHEDULE: Papers must be received by 1 March 1991 (NOT 31 March, as in
a previous release). Authors will be notified of acceptance by 5 April
1991. A camera-ready copy of the final paper prepared in the two-column
format must be received by 10 May 1991. Accepted papers will be
included in the proceedings published by the ACL.

WORKSHOP INFORMATION: The workshop is held in connection with the 29th
Meeting of the ACL (18-21 June). Local arrangements are being handled
by Peter Norvig (Division of Computer Science, University of California,
573 Evans Hall, Berkeley, CA 94720, USA, (+1-415) 642-9533,

ORGANIZING COMMITTEE: Marc Dymetman, Gertjan van Noord, Patrick
Saint-Dizier, Tomek Strzalkowski.