[Corpora-List] [LACL05] Last Call For Paper

maxime amblard amblard at labri.fr
Wed Dec 29 09:59:03 CET 2004


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L A C L 2 0 0 5
Logical Aspects of Computational Linguistics
-- fifth international conference
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28-29-30 avril 2005, Bordeaux (France)

http://lacl.labri.fr/
CNRS - INRIA -- Universites Bordeaux 1 & 3
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Submission deadline: MONDAY 3 JANUARY 2005

Invited Speakers : (not yet definitive, but very likely)
C. Pollard - Ohio State University
G. Huet - INRIA
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LACL CONFERENCE SERIES LACL-2005 is the 5th edition of a series of
international conferences on logical and formal methods in
computational linguistics. It addresses in particular the use ofproof
theoretic and model theoretic methods for describing natural language
syntax and semantics, as well as the implementation of naturallanguage
processing software relying on such models. A selection of the 1995
articles appeared in a special issue of the Journal of Logic,Language
and Information (7:4, 1998). The proceedings of the international
conferences LACL`96 ,LACL`97, LACL`98 et LACL`2001 appeared in the
series Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence (volumes 1328, 1582,
2014, 2099) published by Springer.

TOPICS Computer scientists, linguists, mathematicians andphilosophers
are invited to present their work on the use of logical methods in
computational linguistics and natural languageprocessing, in natural
language analysis, generation or acquisition.
LOGICAL FUNDATIONS OF SYNTACTIC FORMALISMS: categorial grammars,
minimalist grammars, dependency grammars, tree adjoining grammars,
model theoretic syntax, formal language theory for natural language
processing, data-driven approaches
LOGIC FOR SEMANTICS OF LEXICAL ITEMS, SENTENCES, DISCOURSE ANDDIALOG:
discourse representation theory, Montague semantics,compositionality,
dynamic logic, game semantics, situation semantics, generative lexicon
APPLICATIONS OF THESE MODELS TO NATURAL LANGUAGE PROCESSING: software
for natural language analysis, software for acquiring linguistic
resources, software for natural language generation, software for
information extraction, question answering and human computer
interaction in natural language, evaluation, scalability

SUBMISSION FORMAT AND PUBLICATION Articles should be written in the
LaTeX format of LNCS/LNAI by Springer should not exceed 16 pages
(including figures, bibliography, possible apendices). Articles, inPDF
format, should be sent by email to lacl at labri.fr. Accepted papers,
after revision if needed, will be published as a volume of the
LNAI/LNCS series by Springer-Verlag.

IMPORTANT DATES
Paper submission deadline : monday 3rd january 2005
Notification of acceptance : monday 14th february 2005
Camera-ready papers due : monday 28th february 2005
LACL conference : thursday 28th, friday 29th, and saturday 30th april
2005

SCIENTIFIC INQUIRIES / RENSEIGNEMENTS SCIENTIFIQUES
Philippe Blache blache at lpl.univ-aix.fr
Edward Stabler stabler at ucla.edu
PRACTICAL INQUIRIES / RENSIGNEMENTS PRATIQUES
Joan Busquets busquets at u-bordeaux-3.fr
Richard Moot moot at labri.fr

PROGRAM COMMITTEE/COMITE DE PROGRAMME Ph. Blache, E. Stabler (chairs)
Johan Bos, Joan Busquets, Henning Christiansen, Veronica Dahl,Denys
Duchier, Marc Dymetman, Sandiway Fong, Kim Gerdes, Philippe deGroote,
Gerhard Jager, Marcus Kracht, Alain Lecomte, Uwe Mönnich , Michael
Moortgat, Richard Moot, Glyn Morrill, Gerald Penn, Christian Retore,
Maarten de Rijke, James Rogers, Vijay Shanker, Mark Steedman

ORGANIZING COMMITTEE/COMITE D'ORGANISATION J.Busquets, R. Moot
(chairs) M. Amblard, C. Girard, P. Henry, B. Larue, J.-L.Lassartesses,
Ch. Retore

More details onhttp://lacl.labri.fr/








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