8.0486 Cognitive Science of Natural Lang Processing (1/65)
Elaine Brennan (EDITORS@BROWNVM.BITNET)
Wed, 3 May 1995 14:12:07 EDT
Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 8, No. 0486. Wednesday, 3 May 1995.
Date: Tue, 2 May 95 13:12:25 BST
From: alex@CompApp.DCU.IE (Alex Monaghan)
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Call for Participation in the
Fourth International Conference on
The COGNITIVE SCIENCE of NATURAL LANGUAGE PROCESSING
Dublin City University, 5-7 July 1995
Theme: The Role of Syntax
There is currently considerable debate regarding the place and importance of
syntax in NLP. Papers dealing with this matter will feature strongly in the
The following speakers have agreed to give keynote talks:
Mark Steedman, University of Pennsylvania
Alison Henry, University of Ulster
Other areas addressed will include:
Assessment tools and methods
This is a small conference, limited to about 40 delegates. We aim to keep
things relatively informal, and to promote discussion and debate. With two
dozen contributed papers and two invited talks, all outstanding, there should
be plenty of material to interest a wide range of researchers.
Registration and Accommodation:
The registration fee will be IR#60, and will include proceedings, lunches and
one evening meal. Accommodation can be reserved in the campus residences at DCU.
A single room is IR#16 per night, with full Irish breakfast an additional IR#4.
Accommodation will be "First come, first served": there is a heavy demand for
campus rooms in the summer.
There are also several hotels and B&B establishments nearby: addresses will
be provided on request.
To register, contact Alex Monaghan at the addresses given below. Payment in
advance is possible but not obligatory. Please state gender (for accommodation
purposes) and any unusual dietary requirements.
School of Computer Applications
Dublin City University
Email registrations are preferred, please mail email@example.com (internet)
26th June --- Final date for registration, accommodation, meals etc.
A provisional programme will be sent out in due course.