LINGUIST List 9.1021

Sat Jul 11 1998

Confs: Multilinguality Workshop

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  • Lynne Cahill, Multilinguality Workshop

    Message 1: Multilinguality Workshop

    Date: Fri, 10 Jul 1998 12:13:58 +0100
    From: Lynne Cahill <Lynne.Cahillitri.brighton.ac.uk>
    Subject: Multilinguality Workshop


    ECAI98

    Second Multilinguality in the Lexicon Workshop

    August 25th 1998

    A workshop held as part of the 13th biennial European Conference on Artificial Intelligence (ECAI-98) August 23rd - 28th, 1998, Brighton, UK

    Organising Committee:

    Lynne Cahill (University of Sussex) Susan Armstrong (ISSCO) Pierette Bouillon (ISSCO) Roger Evans (ITRI, University of Brighton)

    Web site: http://www.cogs.susx.ac.uk/ecai98/tw/W13.html

    The 1st Multilinguality in the Lexicon Workshop took place in April 1996 as part of the AISB workshop series at Sussex, and brought together researchers with a wide range of experiences in multilingual lexicon development. This second MLL workshop will follow up on some of the work presented there, as well as introducing other work on multilinguality in the lexicon.

    The workshop will run for one day as part of ECAI-98 in Brighton, UK. There will be two blocks of three papers, each followed by a led discussion session.

    PROGRAMME:

    9.30 Pierrette Bouillon & Federica Busa

    `A verb like "attendre": the point of view of "Generative Lexicon"'

    10.15 Helge Dyvik

    `Translations as semantic mirrors'

    11.00 Coffee

    11.30 Evelyne Viegas

    `Multilinguality and genericity in syntagmatic relations'

    12.15 Discussion

    1.00 Lunch

    2.00 Manfred Stede

    `Particles: particularly problematic for multilingual NLP'

    2.45 Lynne Cahill

    `Automatic extension of a hierarchical multilingual lexicon'

    3.30 Tea

    4.00 John Bateman & Serge Sharoff

    `Multilingual grammars and multilingual lexicons for multilingual text generation'

    4.45 Discussion

    5.30 Close

    FURTHER INFORMATION:

    To obtain further information about ECAI-98 and the workshop please visit the ECAI-98 web site at http://www.cogs.susx.ac.uk/ecai98/