13.0465 DRH2000 cfp extension; workshops

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                   Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 13, No. 465.
           Centre for Computing in the Humanities, King's College London

       [1] From: "Nigel Williamson" (45)
             Subject: DRH2000 Call for Papers Extension to 20th March

       [2] From: "David L. Gants" <dgants@english.uga.edu> (37)
                     BELLAGIO: CALL2

       [3] From: "David L. Gants" <dgants@english.uga.edu> (17)
             Subject: 2nd CFP: TAPD2000, 2nd Workshop on Tabulation in
                     Parsing and Deduction

             Date: Sat, 04 Mar 2000 20:29:22 +0000
             From: "Nigel Williamson" <n.p.williamson@sheffield.ac.uk>
             Subject: DRH2000 Call for Papers Extension to 20th March

    Dear All,

    Apologies for cross posting.

    I have received several requests for a short period of grace for the
    deadline for the call for papers for the DRH2000 conference. We have
    therefore decided to offer a general extension to everyone until 20th March
    2000. All papers should be submitted via the web site
    http://www.shef.ac.uk/~drh2000 and if you have any queries about the
    conference please contact me at drh2000@shef.ac.uk. The call for papers

    Nigel Williamson
    DRH2000 Local Organiser

    Email: drh2000@shef.ac.uk TEL: 0114 222 3111



    The academic programme of the conference will comprise academic papers,
    panel discussions, and poster presentations. A number of associated
    workshops are also planned together with an exhibition of products and
    services. The conference is known for its friendly atmosphere and welcomes
    developers and users of digital resources from, amongst others,
    universities, libraries, museums, galleries, and publishers. The conference
    social programme will, we hope, encourage informal discussion and the chance
    to make lasting contacts between members of the different groups


    The Conference Programme Committee seeks proposals for papers, panel
    sessions, and posters relating to any of the following themes:

    Creation: the process of creating digital resources whether textual, visual,
    time-based or multimedia; encoding standards; digitization techniques and
    problems; funding resource creation.

    Delivery and Use: policies and strategies for electronic delivery: both
    commercial and non-commercial; mining for resource discovery including
    cataloguing, metadata and search techniques; intellectual property rights;
    cost-recovery, and charging mechanisms.

    Integration: the process and result of integrating digital resources into
    humanities teaching or research; organisation and management issues in the
    digital library; providing support for the use of digital resources and
    determining user needs.

    Impact: methods for evaluating digital technologies; tracking effective
    change in scholarly research and student learning; the impact of digitized
    heritage in the public arena.

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             Date: Sat, 04 Mar 2000 20:30:28 +0000
             From: "David L. Gants" <dgants@english.uga.edu>

    >> From: Yorick Wilks <y.wilks@dcs.shef.ac.uk>

                            SECOND ANNOUNCEMENT

             Apologies if you receive this from more than one source

                   Grand Hotel Villa Serbelloni, Bellagio, Italy
                               3-5 July, 2000

    Everything is on the website, including registration information
    on line, hotels (from simple to sumptious), the glorious site etc.
    The key date is 8 April when abstracts are due. Hotel accomodation
    should be booked as soon as possible.


    Invited speakers include (not all have yet accepted):

    Dr B Alabiso, Microsoft, USA
    Dr J Hutchens, UWA, Australia
    Prof. G Leech, University of Lancaster, UK
    Dr U Reithinger, DFKI-Saarbruecken, DE
    Dr. T. Strzalkowski, General Electric, USA
    Prof. D. Traum, U Maryland, USA

    The Workshops on Human-Computer Conversation in Bellagio, Italy,
    took place in 1997 and 1998, as small groups of experts from
    industry and academia met to discuss this pressing question for
    the future of Language Engineering, not as an academic question
    only, but chiefly to bring forward for discussion computer
    demonstrations and activities within company laboratories that
    were not being published or discussed. The Workshops were highly
    successful in these aims and we now wish to widen participation
    and add distinguished speakers, as well as introducing more
    theoretical topics, though without losing the practical emphasis.
    The site remains one of the finest in the world, and it promoted
    excellent and intimate discussions in 1997 and 1998.

    The emphasis this year will take note of the CE Fifth Framework
    calls announced under Human Language Technology and in particular
    the emphasis on interactivity. We also plan to emphasise (in
    invited talks) the issue of politeness and whether it is
    crucial or dispensible to conversation, as well as recent
    results on statistical/empirical work on dialogue corpora,
    and on deriving marked up dialogue corpora.

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             Date: Sat, 04 Mar 2000 20:31:15 +0000
             From: "David L. Gants" <dgants@english.uga.edu>
             Subject: 2nd CFP: TAPD2000, 2nd Workshop on Tabulation in Parsing
    and Deduction

    >> From: "Miguel A. Alonso Pardo" <alonso@dc.fi.udc.es>

                               2nd CALL FOR PAPERS
                                    TAPD 2000
              2nd Workshop on 'Tabulation in Parsing and Deduction'

                               September 19-21 2000
                                   Vigo, Spain

                        Sponsored by University of Vigo

                              with the support of

                              Caixa Vigo e Ourense


    Following TAPD'98 in Paris (France) next TAPD event will be held in
    Vigo (Spain) in September, 2000. The conference will be previous to
    SEPLN 2000 (http://coleweb.dc.fi.udc.es/sepln2000/), the conference
    of the Spanish Society for Natural Language Processing.

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