PRELIMINARY CALL FOR PAPERS
NEW METHODS IN NATURAL LANGUAGE PROCESSING
September 11-13, 1996
Bilkent University UMIST
Department of Computer Engineering Centre for Computational Linguistics
Ankara, TURKEY Manchester, England, UNITED KINGDOM
with support from
NATO Science for Stability Programme, ACM-SIGART Bilkent Chapter
TUBITAK -- Turkish Scientific and Technological Research Council
SCOPE OF THE CONFERENCE: Original papers on all aspects on the use
of statistical, connectionist, corpus-based, example-based and
machine learning techniques in natural language processing and
applications are sought.
PROGRAMME COMMITTEE: S. Armstrong-Warwick (Univ. of Geneva), C.
Bozsahin (METU), C. Brew (Univ. of Edinburgh), C. Cardie (Cornell
Univ.), D. Carter (SRI Cambridge), K. W. Church, (ATT Bell Labs),
M. Crocker (Univ. of Edinburgh), W. Daelemans (Tilburg Univ.), M.
Ellison (INESC-Lisbon / Univ. of Edinburgh), H. A. Guvenir
(Bilkent Univ.), D. Jones (UMIST), K. Oflazer (Bilkent, Co-Chair),
N. Sharkey (Univ. of Sheffield), H. Somers (UMIST, Co-Chair), J.
Tsujii (UMIST), A. Voutilainen (Univ. of Helsinki), D. Wu (Hong
Kong Univ. of Science and Technology).
PAPER SUBMISSIONS: Please send by March 31, 1996, postscript
copies of your manuscript via e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
If this is not possible, send four hardcopies to:
Department of Computer Engineering
Bilkent TR-06533, ANKARA, TURKEY
Authors will be notified by May 31, 1996 and final copies are due
by June 30, 1995. Accepted papers will be published in the
conference proceedings which will be available at the conference.
MISCELLANEOUS: The Conference will be held on the campus of
Bilkent University at the outskirts of Ankara, about 10 kilometers
from the city centre. The campus has a 4* Hotel on the premises.
In addition, a number of free lodging facilities in the University
dormitories will be provided on site for conference participants.
If there is sufficient interest, sightseeing trips to the Museum
of Anatolian Civilizations in Ankara, to the Cappadocia Region
known worldwide for its lunar landscape, fairy chimneys, and
underground cities, and to Hattusas, the capital of the ancient
Hittite Empire will be organized.
Further details about the NeMLaP-2 conference can be found on the
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