Yale University, New Haven, CT, USA June 10-12, 2010
www: http://sites.google.com/site/tagplus10/ email: tagplus10 at gmail.com
TAG+10 will feature invited and contributed talks and posters on a range of aspects of Tree Adjoining Grammar and related systems, including syntactic and semantic theory, mathematical properties, computational and algorithmic studies of parsing and generation, corpus-based grammar development, and psycholinguistic modeling.
Chris Barker (NYU) Ed Stabler (UCLA)
*Financial support is available to cover the expenses of students who would like to attend TAG+10. If you are interested in applying for support, email the organizers a description of your academic background and research interests.*
The first day of TAG+10 will be devoted to a series of tutorial presentations, designed to introduce attendees to a range of TAG-related topics.
Rajesh Bhatt (UMass Amherst) TAG Syntax and Semantics
Alexander Clark (Royal Holloway) Grammar Induction
Marco Kuhlmann (Uppsala) TAG and Dependency Grammars
William Schuler (Minnesota/Ohio State) Incremental Parsing
A reduced registration fee will be available for people interested in attending only the tutorial sessions.