Second AGFL Workshop on
Syntactic Description and Processing of Natural Language
January 24 and 25, 2002
Nijmegen, The Netherlands
CALL FOR PARTICIPATION
In January 2002 the AGFL Grammar Workbench for Natural Language
Processing becomes available under the GNU Public Licence.
This event will be underlined with
a workshop directed at computer linguists and corpus linguists
who are actively involved in the development and use of grammars
for natural languages and the applications of parsing technology
in Information Retrieval and NLP.
The workshop focusses on the AGFL formalism (Affix Grammars over a
Finite Lattice) and its application in natural language processing.
The format of the meeting is: presentations of ongoing research with
ample opportunity for detailed questions; discussions of themes of
Participation is open to any researchers or students interested.
More information about AGFL may be found at the AGFL website
The following presentations will be made:
- C.H.A. Koster, KU Nijmegen, NL
An English grammar for Information Retrieval.
- T. Verhoeven, KU Nijmegen, NL
A technique for measuring parser accuracy.
- I. Azarova, University of St. Peterburg, RUS
The matching of AGFL subcategories to Russian lexical and grammatical
- P. Santalla del Rio, University of Santiago de Compostela, ES
"Multifunctionality" and ambiguity resolution.
- J. Smeets, KU Nijmegen, NL
a subcategorisation model for Dutch and its implementation in AGFL.
- B. Elffers, KU Nijmegen, NL
Transducing Dutch utterances into Head/Modifier pairs.
- S. Al-Ansary, University Cairo, EGYPT
An Affix Grammar for a Comparative Corpus-Based Study of Spoken and
Written NPs in MSA.
- E. Ditters, KU Nijmegen, NL
An AGFL Sentence Delimiter for the Parsing of Arabic Text Data.
The full text of the working papers will be available at the Workshop.
The Attendance Fee will be 20 Euro's to cover the price of
lunches, refreshments and proceedings. Students free, but no lunch.
Please register by Email to the following address, where you can also
get help in reserving a hotel.
Dept. Comp. Sci.
University of Nijmegen
6525 ED NIJMEGEN, The Netherlands
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