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                   Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 15, No. 440.
           Centre for Computing in the Humanities, King's College London

       [1] From: "Malcolm Hayward" <mhayward@iup.edu> (11)
             Subject: CFP: 2002 MLA, Computer Studies in Language and

       [2] From: "J. Trant" <jtrant@archimuse.com> (40)
             Subject: MW2002: Preliminary Program On-Line

       [3] From: AIMSA02 secretariat <aimsa02@itri.brighton.ac.uk> (17)
             Subject: Call for Papers: AIMSA'02

       [4] From: JS <shin@LANG-TECH.CSIE.NCNU.EDU.TW> (21)
             Subject: [COLING-02] Call for Papers (2002/01/09)

       [5] From: JS <shin@lang-tech.csie.ncnu.edu.tw> (27)
             Subject: [COLING-02] Workshops: Call for Workshop Proposals

             Date: Thu, 10 Jan 2002 07:41:59 +0000
             From: "Malcolm Hayward" <mhayward@iup.edu>
             Subject: CFP: 2002 MLA, Computer Studies in Language and Literature

    The MLA's Discussion Group for Computer Studies in Language and Literature
    has issued its Call for Papers for the December 2002 Conference in New
    York. The session is titled "Mining Digital Resources: Sites, Tools,
    Results." We seek papers describing exemplary projects and studies that use
    computer resources. Of special interest are papers that include evaluations
    of resources. What works well? Are there new uses for old tools? Are there
    new tools that should be essential for the "scholar's workstation."
    Proposals for papers (electronic format only) should be sent by March 1 to
    Malcolm Hayward, mhayward@iup.edu. According to MLA requirements, "All
    session participants must be members in good standing by 1 April 2002 to be
    listed in the Program issue of PMLA."

             Date: Thu, 10 Jan 2002 07:42:34 +0000
             From: "J. Trant" <jtrant@archimuse.com>
             Subject: MW2002: Preliminary Program On-Line

    --- apologies for any duplication -- please forward widely ---

    The MW2002 Preliminary Program Is Now Available!

            Museums and the Web 2002
            April 17-20, 2002
            Boston, Massachusetts, USA

    The preliminary program for Museums and the Web 2002, to be held April
    17-20, 2002 at the Boston Park Plaza Hotel, Boston, Massachusetts, USA is
    now on-line.

    Now in its sixth year, Museums and the Web examines the current state of
    the Web for museums, culture and heritage world-wide. Museum professionals
    and digital library researchers will present their ideas and latest
    findings. Papers, selected by an international Program Committee from
    hundreds of submitted proposals, will explore theory and practice for
    museums on-line at both beginning and advanced levels.

    MW2002 has something for all members of the cultural heritage community.

              * Pre-conference workshops sharpen your skills.
              * Program sessions explore current issues and research.
              * Crit Rooms enable 'real time' review of web sites.
              * The Usability Lab features live user-testing of actual sites.
              * Demonstrations allow up close examination.
              * The Exhibit Hall profiles new technology and services
                to help you build and manage your web site.

    Full details about the Museums and the Web 2002 conference, on-line
    registration, abstracts of all papers, and biographies of the presenters
    are on-line at: http://www.archimuse.com/mw2002/

    Join us at the largest international gathering about cultural heritage on-line.

    We hope to see you in Boston!

    David, Flavia and jennifer

    MW2002 Co-Chairs:
            David Bearman, Archives & Museum Informatics
            Flavia Sparacino, MIT Media Lab
            Jennifer Trant, Archives & Museum Informatics

    Museums and the Web Boston, Massachusetts Archives & Museum Informatics April 17-20, 2002 2008 Murray Ave, Suite D http://www.archimuse.com/mw2002/ Pittsburgh, PA 15217 phone +1 412 422 8530 USA fax +1 412 422 8594 ________

    --[3]------------------------------------------------------------------ Date: Thu, 10 Jan 2002 07:43:29 +0000 From: AIMSA02 secretariat <aimsa02@itri.brighton.ac.uk> Subject: Call for Papers: AIMSA'02

    Please circulate.

    Apologies if you have received multiple copies.

    The Tenth International Conference on Artificial Intelligence: Methodology, Systems, Applications AIMSA 2002

    Varna, Bulgaria, 4-6th September, 2002

    CALL FOR PAPERS http://www.aimsa02.org

    The AIMSA conference series has provided a biennial forum for the presentation of AI research and development since 1984. The conference, which is held in Bulgaria, covers the full range of topics in Artificial Intelligence and related disciplines and provides an ideal forum for international scientific exchange between Central/Eastern Europe and the rest of the world. AIMSA 2002 is sponsored by ECCAI, European Coordinating Committee for Artificial Intelligence.

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    --[4]------------------------------------------------------------------ Date: Thu, 10 Jan 2002 07:44:40 +0000 From: JS <shin@LANG-TECH.CSIE.NCNU.EDU.TW> Subject: [COLING-02] Call for Papers (2002/01/09)

    ================================================================ COLING-2002: Call for Papers [2002/01/09] ================================================================ 19th International Conference on Computational Linguistics August, 24 - September, 1, 2002 Howard International House, Taipei, Taiwan ================================================================ Organized by: Academia Sinica, ACLCLP and Tsing Hua University Under the Auspices of: The International Committee on Computational Linguistics URL: http://www.coling2002.sinica.edu.tw/ ================================================================ COLING is the most prominent conference in the field of Computational Linguistics. In its 40 plus years of existence, the biennial COLING has been a productive forum for scholars all over the world to exchange original research papers on a broad range of topics in computational linguistics. COLING is an international forum for discussion and presentation representing the current state of the art and determining standards of computational linguistics research.

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    --[5]------------------------------------------------------------------ Date: Thu, 10 Jan 2002 07:45:49 +0000 From: JS <shin@lang-tech.csie.ncnu.edu.tw> Subject: [COLING-02] Workshops: Call for Workshop Proposals

    ======================================================================== * Important Reminder: Workshop Proposals Due: 2002/01/15 ======================================================================== COLING 2002 Final Call for Workshop Proposals August 31 -- September 1, 2002 ========================================================================

    The COLING Organizing Committee invites proposals for workshops to be held at COLING2002.

    COLING2002 will be held in Taipei, Taiwan, August 24th - September 1st, 2002 with workshops being held August 31st and September 1st, 2002.

    COLING workshops provide organizers and participants with an opportunity to focus intensively on a specific topic within computational linguistics. Often, workshops concentrate on specific topics of technical interest (e.g., shallow parsing), particular areas of application for language processing technologies (e.g., NLP applied to multilingual cross-language retrieval), or community-wide issues that deserve attention (e.g., standardization of resources and tools). We welcome proposals on any topic that is of interest to the Computational Linguistics community, but we particularly encourage proposals that broaden the scope of our community through the consideration of new techniques or applications, in particular with respect to multimodal communication, the semantic web, speech technology, information retrieval, text and data mining, biological information extraction, computational psycholinguistics, etc.

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    For additional information, see the web site for the conference:


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