12.0108 Workshops and Conferences

Humanist Discussion Group (humanist@kcl.ac.uk)
Wed, 1 Jul 1998 22:41:37 +0100 (BST)

Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 12, No. 108.
Centre for Computing in the Humanities, King's College London

[1] From: "Nancy M. Ide" <ide@cs.vassar.edu> (122)
Subject: REMINDER: COLING/ACL workshop on Multi-lingual
Information Retrieval

[2] From: "Fiona J. Tweedie" <fiona@stats.gla.ac.uk> (58)
Subject: WORKSHOP: Computationally-Intensive Methods in
Quantitative Linguistics

[3] From: "David L. Gants" <dgants@english.uga.edu> (93)
Subject: COLING-ACL 98 Workshop "Discourse Relations and
Discourse Markers"

[4] From: "David L. Gants" <dgants@english.uga.edu> (326)
Subject: NLP+IA 98 /TAL+AI 98 Registration Info

Date: Mon, 29 Jun 1998 22:21:12 -0400
From: "Nancy M. Ide" <ide@cs.vassar.edu>
Subject: REMINDER: COLING/ACL workshop on Multi-lingual Information


Coling-ACL '98 Workshop

Multilingual Information Management:
Current Levels and Future Abilities

August 16, 1998
Universiti de Montrial

The Coling/ACL workshop on Multilingual Information Management is a
follow-on to an NSF-sponsored workshop held in conjunction with the
First International Conference on Language Resources and Evaluation in
Granada, Spain (May 1998), at which an international panel of invited
experts considered these questions in an attempt to identify the most
effective future directions of computational linguistics
research--especially in the context of the need to handle
multi-lingual and multi-modal information. The follow-on workshop is
intended to open the discussion to the computational linguistics
community as a whole.

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The development of natural language applications which handle
multi-lingual and multi-modal information is the next major challenge
facing the field of computational linguistics. Over the past 50 years,
a variety of language-related capabilities has been developed in areas
such as machine translation, information retrieval, and speech
recognition, together with core capabilities such as information
extraction, summarization, parsing, generation, multimedia planning
and integration, statistics-based methods, ontologies, lexicon
construction and lexical representations, and grammar. The next few
years will require the extension of these technologies to encompass
multi-lingual and multi-modal information.

Extending current technologies will require integration of the various
capabilities into multi-functional natural language systems. However,
there is today no clear vision of how these technologies could or
should be assembled into a coherent framework. What would be involved
in connecting a speech recognition system to an information retrieval
engine, and then using machine translation and summarization software
to process the retrieved text? How can traditional parsing and
generation be enhanced with statistical techniques? What would be the
effect of carefully crafted lexicons on traditional information

The workshop will be organized as a series of panels reporting on the
outcome of discussions in the Granada workshop (a report summarizing
the discussions at Granada will be available before the Coling-ACL
workshop). Ample time for discussion will be included. The discussion
will focus on the following fundamental questions:

1.What is the current level of capability in each of the major
areas of the field dealing with language and related media of
human communication?
2.How can (some of) these functions be integrated in the near
future, and what kind of systems will result?
3.What are the major considerations for extending these functions
to handle multi-lingual and multi-modal information,
particularly in integrated systems of the type envisioned in (2)?

In particular, we will consider these questions in relation to the
following areas:

o multi-lingual resources (lexicons, ontologies, corpora, etc.)
o information retrieval, especially cross-lingual and cross-modal
o machine translation
o automated (cross-lingual) summarization and information extraction
o multimedia communication, in conjunction with text
o evaluation and assessment techniques for each of these areas
o methods and techniques (both statistics-based and
o parsing, generation, information acquisition, etc.
o speech recognition and synthesis
o language and speaker identification and speech translation

Program Committee

Khalid Choukri, European Languages Resource Association
Charles Fillmore, University of California Berkeley, USA
Robert Frederking, Carnegie Mellon University, USA
Ulrich Heid, University of Stuttgart, Germany
Eduard Hovy, Information Sciences Institute, USA
Nancy Ide, Vassar College, USA
Mun Kew Leong, National University of Singapore
Joseph Mariani, LIMSI/CNRS, France
Mark Maybury, The Mitre Corporation, USA
Sergei Nirenburg, New Mexico State University, USA
Akitoshi Okumura, NEC, Japan
Martha Palmer, University of Pennsylvania, USA
James Pustejovsky, Brandeis University, USA
Peter Schaueble, ETH Zurich, Switzerland
Oliviero Stock, IRST, Italy
Felisa Verdejo, UNED, Spain
Piek Vossen, University of Amsterdam, Netherlands
Wolfgang Wahlster, DFKI, Germany
Antonio Zampolli, Istituto di Linguistica Computazionale, Italy


Bob Frederking
Center for Machine Translation
Carnegie-Mellon University
Schenley Park
Pittsburgh, PA 15213-3890
Tel: (+1 412) 268-6656
Fax: (+1 412) 268-6298
Email: ref@nl.cs.cmu.edu

Eduard Hovy
Information Sciences Institute
of the University of Southern California
4676 Admiralty Way
Marina del Rey, CA 90292-6695
Tel: (+1 310) 822-1511
Fax: (+1 310) 823-6714
Email: hovy@isi.edu

Nancy Ide
Department of Computer Science
Vassar College
124 Raymond Avenue
Poughkeepsie, New York 12604-0520 USA
Tel: (+1 914) 437 5988
Fax: (+1 914) 437 7498
E-mail: ide@cs.vassar.edu

Date: Wed, 1 Jul 1998 17:14:32 +0100 (BST)
From: "Fiona J. Tweedie" <fiona@stats.gla.ac.uk>
Subject: WORKSHOP: Computationally-Intensive Methods in
Quantitative Linguistics

Apologies for cross-posting - Please note early registration deadline
of 15 JULY.


Department of Statistics
University of Glasgow, UK
7-9 September 1998

Announcement and Call for Registration

In recent years techniques from disciplines such as computer science,
articficial intelligence and statistics have found their way into the
pages of journals such as the Journal of Quantitative Linguistics,
Literary and Linguistic Computing and Computers and the
Humanities. While this influx may bring more advanced methods of
analysis to the fields of quantitative linguistics, stylometry and
stylistics, the demands upon researchers to understand and use these
new techniques are great. Familiarity with the appropriate software
and the ear of a sympathetic expert are pre-requisites without which
the technique may seem out of reach to the average researcher. The
Humanities Advanced Technology and Information Institute and the
Department of Statistics of the University of Glasgow are hence
supporting this practical workshop in Computationally-Intensive
Methods in Quantitative Linguistics.

The workshop is designed to introduce the participants to four such
techniques in a practical environment. Each half-day session will be
divided into an introductory session in a lecture theatre and a longer
period spent working with software and practical examples. All of the
speakers have published papers using the analyses they will present
and their aim in this workshop is to enable the participants to return
to their home institutions able to carry out these techniques in the
course of their own research.

The sessions and speakers are as follows:

Harald Baayen; Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics, Nijmegen,
The Netherlands.
Large Number of Rare Event Models

Walter Daelemans; University of Tilburg, The Netherlands.
Linguistics as Data Mining: Using Machine Learning Techniques to
Discover Linguistic Generalizations

Michael Oakes; University of Lancaster, Unted Kingdom.
Multivariate Statistics in Corpus Linguistics

Fiona Tweedie; University of Glasgow, United Kingdom.
Time Series Models in Linguistics

The workshop will be held in the Mathematics Building of the
University of Glasgow, commencing on Monday 7 September at 1pm. The
four workshop sessions will take place on Monday afternoon, Tuesday 8
September and the morning of Wednesday 9 September. There will also be
a half day tour on the Wednesday afternoon and a reception in the
Hunterian Art Gallery on Monday evening.

Accommodation has been arranged in university accommodation with some
en suite facilities. The reception, tea and coffee, lunches on 8 and 9
September and evening meals on 7 and 8 September are included in the
registration fee. The registration fee, until 15 July, is GBP150.00
and GBP100.00 for students. Participants who are also attending the
Digital Resources in the Humanities Conference, 9-12 September are
eligible for a discount in the registration fees.

For more information about the workshop and to register, please
consult the web site at http://www.stats.gla.ac.uk/~cimql, or send
email to the conference organisers at cimql@stats.gla.ac.uk. Please
note that the organisers will be attending the ALLC/ACH conference in
Debrecen from 2-11 July, so responses during this time may be sparse.

Date: Wed, 1 Jul 1998 16:30:21 -0400 (EDT)
From: "David L. Gants" <dgants@english.uga.edu>
Subject: COLING-ACL 98 Workshop "Discourse Relations and Discourse

>> From: Eduard Hovy <hovy@ISI.EDU>

COLING-ACL 98 Workshop "Discourse Relations and Discourse Markers"
August 15, 1998


Session 1: Discourse Structure Parsing Uses

Daniel Marcu (USC/ISI)
A surface-based approach to identifying discourse markers and
elementary textual units in unrestricted texts
9.10 - 9.30

Simon H. Corston-Oliver (Microsoft Research)
Identifying the linguistic correlates of rhetorical relations
9.30 - 9.50

J. Burstein, K. Kukich, S. Wolff, C. Lu, M. Chodorow
(Educational Testing Service and Hunter College)
Enriching automated essay scoring using discourse marking
9.50 - 10.10

10.10 - 10.25

Coffee Break

Session 2: Cue Words

B. Grote (Otto-von-Guericke Universit=E4t Magdeburg)
Representing temporal discourse markers for generation purposes
10.45 - 11.05

L. Degand (University of Louvain)
On classifying connectives and coherence relations
11.05 - 11.25

C. Soria, G. Ferrari (University of Pisa and University of East
Lexical marking of discourse relations - some experimental findings
11.25 - 11.45

S. Teufel (University of Edinburgh)
Meta-discourse markers and problem-structuring in scientific texts
11.45 - 12.05

12.05 - 12.20


Poster session: 13.00 - 14.00

L. Danlos (Universite Paris)
Linguistic ways for expressing a discourse relation and lexicalized text
generation system

A. Knott (University of Edinburgh)
Similarity and contrast relations and inductive rules

F. Schilder (Universit=E4t Hamburg)
Temporal discourse markers and the flow of events

N. Ward (University of Tokyo)
Some exotic discourse markers of spoken dialogue

Session 3: Grammar, Semantics, and Formalism

B. Webber, A. Joshi (University of Pennsylvania)
Anchoring a lexicalized Tree-Adjoin Grammar for discourse
14.05 - 14.25

J. Jayez, C. Rossari (EHESS and Universite de Geneve)
Discourse relations versus discourse marker relations
14.25 - 14.45

M. Pery-Woodley (Universite de Toulouse)
Textual signalling in written text: a corpus-based approach
14.45 - 15.05

K. Dahlgren (Inquizit Technologies, Inc.)
Lexical marking and the recovery of discourse structure
15.05 - 15.25

15.25 - 15.40


Session 4: Speech and Dialogue

M. Kawamori, T. Kawabata, A. Shimazu (NTT Research and JAIST)
Discourse markers in spontaneous dialogue: a corpus based study of
Japanese and English
16.05 - 16.25

Y. Nakano, T. Kato (NTT Labs)
Cue phrase selection in instruction dialogue using machine learning
16.25 - 16.45

K. Fischer, H. Brandt-Pook (Universit=E4t Bielefeld)
Automatic disambiguation of discourse particles
16.45 - 17.05

D. Jurafsky, E. Shriberg, B. Fox, T. Curl (University of Colorado and
Lexical, prosodic, and syntactic cues for dialog acts
17.05 - 17.25

17.25 - 17.55


Eduard Hovy
email: hovy@isi.edu USC Information Sciences Institute=20
tel: 310-822-1511 ext 731 4676 Admiralty Way=20
fax: 310-823-6714 Marina del Rey, CA 90292-6695=20
project homepage: http://www.isi.edu/natural-language/nlp-at-isi.html

Date: Wed, 1 Jul 1998 16:38:42 -0400 (EDT)
From: "David L. Gants" <dgants@english.uga.edu>
Subject: NLP+IA 98 /TAL+AI 98 Registration Info

>> From: nlp+ia-98@imag.fr (Chadia Moghrabi)


>>> Special accent on Computer assisted language learning <<<

Conference internationale
sur le traitement automatique des langues et
ses applications industrielles

>>> Attention speciale portee a l'enseignement de la langue <<<

AUGUST / aout 18-21, 1998

Moncton, New-Brunswick, CANADA

English and French are the official languages of the conference.
Proceedings would be published in the language of the submitted texts.

The conference is organized by GRETAL, Groupe d'etude sur le traitement
automatique des langues at the Universite' de Moncton and GETA-CLIPS in

Chadia Moghrabi, Professor of Computer Science, Chair
Jalal Almhana, Professor and director of Computer Science
Julien Chiasson, Professor of Computer Science
Sadek Eid, Professor of Industrial engineering, director Manufacturing
Technology Centre,
Boubakeur Meddeb-Hamrouni, Researcher GETA and Winsoft
Paul Tarau, Professor of Computer Science

Susan Armstrong (ISSCO, Geneva, Switzerland)
Roberto Basili (Roma, Italy)
Christian Boitet (GETA, Grenoble, France)
Pierrette Bouillon (Geneva, Switzerland)
Harry Bunt (Tilburg, Netherlands)
Nicoletta Calzolari (ILC/CNR, Pisa, Italy)
Remi Chadel (Inxight, Xerox, France)
Thierry Chanier (Franche-Comte, France)
Jean-Pierre Chanod (Xerox, France)
Marcel Cori (Paris-7, France)
Veronica Dahl (Simon Fraser, Canada)
Anne De Roeck (Essex, UK)
Chrysanne DiMarco (Logos, Waterloo, Canada)
Eva Hajicova (Charles U., Prague)
Henry Hamburger (George Mason, USA)
Howard Hamilton (Regina, Canada)
Graeme Hirst (Toronto, Canada)
John Hutchins (East Anglia, UK)
Pierre Isabelle (RALI, Montreal, Canada)
Margaret King (ISSCO, Switzerland)
Ruddy Lelouche (Laval, Canada)
Michael Levison (Queens, Canada)
Kathleen McCoy (Delaware, USA)
Chadia Moghrabi (Moncton, Canada)
Johanna Moore (Pennsylvania, USA)
Yael Ravin (IBM, USA)
Larry Reeker (National Science Foundation, USA)
Mark Seligman (GETA-CLIPS & Red Pepper, USA)
Arnold Smith (NRC, Canada)
Manfred Stede (TU-Berlin, Germany)
John Tait (Sunderland, UK)
Paul Tarau (Moncton, Canada)
Junichi Tsujii (UMIST & Tokyo, Japan)
Thierry van Steenberghe (Louvain-La-Neuve, Belgium)
Eric Wehrli (Geneva, Switzerland)
Yorick Wilks (Sheffield, UK)


Margaret King: ISSCO, University of Geneva, Switzerland
Ressources et evaluation linguistiques

Thierry Chanier: Universite Franche-Comte, France
Presentation sur le lien entre l'enseignement de la langue et le TAL /


(In no special order)

Modeles humains dans un systeme multi-agents orientes apprentissage
et detection-correction d'erreurs;
Jacques Menezo; France

Multilingual Lexical Resources for large-scale Text Generation
Cornelia M. Verspoor, Vicente Uceda and Cecile Paris;

Speech and Language Interaction in a (Virtual) Cultural Theatre
A. van Hessen, A. Nijholt, et al.; Netherlands

Un syst=E8me d'apprentissage assist=E9 par ordinateur de la g=E9n=E9ration
de phrases en Arabe
Riadh ZAAFRANI; France

Structuring a network of lexical cooccurrences into topic
representations by analyzing texts
Olivier Ferret and Brigitte Grau; France

Producing NLP-based On-line Contentware
Francis Wolinski, Frantz Vichot, Olivier Gr=E9mont; France

Integration of NLP Tools in an Intelligent Computer Assisted Language
Learning Environment for Basque: IDAZKIDE.
D=CCaz de Ilarraza, A. Maritxalar, M. Maritxalar &
M. Oronoz; Spain

Using constraints for suppressing dead ends in grammars.
Cyril Garde & Claude Lai; France

Improving Tagging Accuracy by Using Voting Taggers
L. M=E0rquez, L. Padr=F3, H. Rodr=EDguez; Catalonia, Spain

Translation examples browser: Japanese to English translation aid for
news articles
Tadashi Kumano, Hideki Tanaka,
Noriyoshi Uratani & Terumasa Ehara; Japan

A Statistics-based Approach to Chinese Prepositional Phrase Disambiguation
Kam-Fai WONG & Wen-Jie LI; Hong Kong

Minori-Fra: Logiciel d'enseignement du Francais en milieu minoritaire
Chadia Moghrabi; Canada

Marie-Josee Hamel & Anne Vandeventer; UK & Suisse

Learning Spanish and Catalan verbs Through EuroWordnet
M. Antonia Marti & Roser Morante; Spain

Error Diagnosis for Language Learning Systems
Wolfgang Menzel & Ingo Schroeder; Germany

Computer-Assisted Writing System: Improving Readability with Respect to
Information Structure
Nobo Komagata; USA

=C9limination de la redondance dans la g=E9n=E9ration automatique de descrip=
de comportement de syst=E8mes dynamiques
Nicole TOURIGNY et Laurence CAPUS; Canada

Un Syst=E8me Automatique de diagnostic d'Erreurs pour l'ELAO
Anne Vandeventer; Suisse

G=E9n=E9rer De Fa=E7on Automatique Des R=E9sum=E9s Gr=E2ce =C0 Des=
Exp=E9riences Similaires
Laurence CAPUS et Nicole TOURIGNY; Canada

A syntactic verification system for arabic texts based on a robust parser
and using a large compressed lexicon
Riadh Ouersighni; France

Natural Language Technology in Precision Content Retrieval
Jacek Ambroziak and William A. Woods

=46icus - un agent dictionaire coop=E9ratif extensible
Mathieu LAFOURCADE & Jacques CHAUCHE; France

A Two-Stage Model for Robust Parsing
Erik Oltmans; Netherlands

Analyse morphologique et voyellation assist=E9e par ordinateur de la langue=

Ontologies-based relevant information retrieval
F.-Y. Villemin; France

Delegating Actions from Texts in a Virtual Environment
Fabrice Tabordet , Fabrice Pied , and Pierre Nugues; France

An autonomous, web-based, multilingual corpus collection tool
Jim Cowie, Eugene Ludovik & Ron Zacharski; USA

Probl=E8mes scientifiques int=E9ressants en traduction de parole
Christian Boitet; France

Centering Theory and Resolving It in Business Texts
Gregory F. Roberts; USA

TR-AID : A Memory-based translation aid framework
Stelios Piperidis, Christos Malavazos, Ioannis Triantafyllou; Greece

A Transformational Approach to NL Understanding in Dialogue Systems
Danny Lie, Joris Hulstijn, Rieks op den Akker, Anton Nijholt;

Reluctantly Paraphrasing Text
Mark Dras; Australia

Improving robust domain independent summarization
Jim Cowie, Eugene Ludovik, & Hugo Molijna-Salgado; USA

Language Learning Data: Online Confusion
Lisa Harper and Florence Reeder; USA

NLP and Radiology reports
Gees C Stein & Tomek Strzalkowski; USA

BLAK, un assistant de d=E9couverte des caract=E8res chinois, fonctionnement
par acc=E8s dynamique =E0 des ressources lexicales vari=E9es
L. Fischer, G. Fafiotte; France

Text Expansion Using Temporal and Causal Relations
Yllias Chali; Canada

Automatic Generation of On-Line Help: A Practical Approcah
Cecile Paris and Keith Vander Linden; Australia &USA

To Integrate Your Language web Tools - CALL Web CT
Sabine Siekmann; USA

L'=E9dition lexicographique dans un syst=E8me g=E9n=E9rique de gestion
de bases lexicales multilingues
G. S=E9rasset, M. Mangeot; France

How the construction of a Computer System may influence language
teaching practices: the communication situation variables
R. Lelouche, D. Huot; Canada

Concordances avanc=E9es sur corpus sp=E9cialis=E9 pour l'enseignement de
l'anglais technique
P.-Y. Foucou & N. K=FCbler; France

Cross-linguistic Resources for MT Evaluation and Language Training
Lisa Hale Decrozant, Dr Clare R. Voss; USA

NLP for text classification: the TREVI experience
R.Basili, M. V. Marabello, L. Mazzucchelli, &
M. T. Pazienza; Italy

Dictionnaires =E9lectroniques et analyse morphologique
Jerzy Sitko; France

Integrating language generation and prosody control
Pierre Larey, Nadine bigouroux, & Guy P=C8rennou; France

MULINEX Multilingual web search and anvigation
Joanne Capstick, Abdel Kader Diagne, Gregor Erbach, &
Hans Uszkoreit; Germany, Italy, France & Belgium

Kurdish Language Technology and Planning
Siamak Rezaei Durroei; UK

Intonation, vowel length, and 'well': Thhe intersection of phonology and
discourse analysis and its effects on meaning interpretation in conversation
Jason Miller; USA

Repr=E9sentation S=E9mantique Orient=E9e-Objets de Requ=E8tes en Langage Nat=
Abdelmajid Benhamadou; Tunisia


Tuesday August 18: 19:00-21:00 Registration

Wednesday August 19: 8:30-15:15 Opening plenary session
Oral presentations
15:30-17:30 Posters and demo sessions

18:30-19:15 CashBar
19:30- Banquet

Thursday August 20: 8:30-15:30 Oral presentations

15:30- Outing and dinner

=46riday August 21: 8:30-17h30 Invited speaker
Oral presentations
Closing plenary session

Anyone wishing to arrange an exhibit or present a demonstration can still
send a brief electronic description along with a specification of physical
requirements (table size, power, telephone connections, number of chairs,
etc.) to nlp+ia-98@imag.fr with the single word EXHIBIT in the subject line.

Accompanying persons can enjoy the lovely outdoor living in New-Brunswick
and visit the highest tides in the world. Moncton is only 20km
away from the sandy beaches of Shediac, la Capitale mondiale du homard.

The registration fees are 475 Canadian dollars per participant. They include=
Conference Proceedings
Continental breakfast for three days
Coffee breaks for three days
Banquet on wednesday evening

Optional additional fees:

65 C$: Lunches for three days
110 C$: Outing and dinner
*subject to number of participants*

Hotel fees and reservations are not included in the conference fees and are
to be arranged separately by the participants, the information cited here
is for convenience, you have to contact them yourself and confirm the prices=

Hotel Beausejour
750 Main street, Moncton.
130 C$ (including taxes) for one or two people per room, one or two beds
15 C$ (including taxes) per additional person (max 4 per room), two beds.
* The hotel's restaurant has won a 4 diamond award...
* Fax: (506) 858-0957, Tel: (506) 854-4344.

Keddy's Brunswick Hotel:
1005 Main street, Moncton.
92 C$ including taxes one person one bed
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Hotel Canadiana:
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* Tel: (506) 382-1054

These hotels are in downtown Moncton and are less than 10km from the
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