15.022 ACH/ALLC reminder, LINC call, CyberForum events

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                    Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 15, No. 22.
           Centre for Computing in the Humanities, King's College London

       [1] From: Lorna Hughes <lorna.hughes@nyu.edu> (26)
             Subject: conference reminder: ACH/ALLC 2001 at New York

       [2] From: "David L. Gants" <dgants@english.uga.edu> (27)

       [3] From: "David L. Gants" <dgants@english.uga.edu> (23)
             Subject: CyberForum Events for Summer 2001 "Lost Worlds of the

             Date: Wed, 16 May 2001 07:24:24 +0100
             From: Lorna Hughes <lorna.hughes@nyu.edu>
             Subject: conference reminder: ACH/ALLC 2001 at New York University

    ACH/ALLC 2001 at New York University

    New York University is to be the host this year of the Joint International
    Conference of the Association for Computers and the Humanities and the
    Association for Literary and Linguistic Computing: ACH-ALLC2001. The
    conference will take place from June 13-16 at New York University in
    Greenwich Village, New York City.

    A detailed program is available on our conference website, at:

    A very small number of spaces are still available for this event, so please
    book soon if you plan to attend!

    You can register online through our website at:



    ACH-ALLC 2001 local organizer

    Lorna M. Hughes				E-mail: Lorna.Hughes@NYU.EDU

    Assistant Director for Humanities Computing Phone: (212) 998 3070 Information Technology Services Fax: (212) 995 4120 New York University 251 Mercer Street New York, NY 10012-1185, USA

    ACH/ALLC 2001 conference at NYU: http://www.nyu.edu/its/humanities/ach_allc2001/ ---------------------------------------------------------------------------

    --[2]------------------------------------------------------------------ Date: Wed, 16 May 2001 07:26:28 +0100 From: "David L. Gants" <dgants@english.uga.edu> Subject: CFP: LINGUISTICALLY INTERPRETED CORPORA (LINC-2001)

    >> From: "Geert-Jan M. Kruijff" <gj@CoLi.Uni-SB.DE>

    First Call for Papers


    A workshop to be held at the occasion of the Annual Meeting of Societas Linguistica Europaea

    Leuven, 29 August 2001


    [material deleted]


    Large linguistically interpreted (annotated) corpora are urgently needed in an increasing number of projects in the field of computational linguistics. Many groups are currently creating corpus resources for a variety of languages. These corpora are used for a broad range of different applications and theoretical investigations. We aim to bring together these activities in order to promote and facilitate first of all advanced and efficient exploitation of annotated corpora.

    The aim of the workshop is to exchange and propagate research results in the field of corpus annotation, taking into account different types of information. The Workshop on Linguistically Interpreted Corpora focuses on

    - exploitation of annotated corpora - tools & techniques for syntactic annotation and browsing in corpora - tagging and parsing methods that aim at semi-automatic annotation, - error detection and correction, - inter-annotator-agreement, - representation formats and standards,

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    --[3]------------------------------------------------------------------ Date: Wed, 16 May 2001 07:27:41 +0100 From: "David L. Gants" <dgants@english.uga.edu> Subject: CyberForum Events for Summer 2001 "Lost Worlds of the Internet"

    >> From: "CyberForum@ArtCenter" <cyberforum@artcenter.edu>

    CyberForum@ArtCenter is trimming the mailing list for the Summer 2001 series. If you wish to attend a Forum event in the next 3 months - events are free and open to the public - please click the link below and press "Send" to receive details for each event.


    Theme of the Summer 2001 CyberForum

    "Lost Worlds of the Internet: Stalking the Ruins of Virtual Reality"

    Nearly a decade ago, in the first rush of enthusiasm for Virtual Reality, hundreds of 3D worlds were launched on the Internet. As commercial exploitation began to dominate the Web, public attention never quite reached these islands of 3D experimentation - some of which are unremarkable and some of which are exquisite gems of low-bandwidth VR. These virtual art works fell into obscurity even their authors abandoned them for Web commerce and mainstream activities.

    The Summer 2001 CyberForum will conduct biweekly expeditions into these "lost worlds of the Internet." We will put on avatars and visit these worlds in real time as we chat with the author-artists who conceived them and with critics who are interested in the 3D Web.

    Past Forum logs: http://www.mheim.com/cyberforum/html/archive.html

    The CyberForum@ArtCenter is a production of the Virtual Worlds Team at Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, California, under the direction of Michael Heim (mheim@artcenter.edu)

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