[TYPES] [LACL05] - Call For Participation

maxime amblard amblard at labri.fr
Thu Feb 24 15:35:20 EST 2005

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                 L A C L   2 0 0 5
         Fifth International Conference on
    Logical Aspects of Computational Linguistics
       28-29-30 april 2005, Bordeaux  (France)
    CNRS - INRIA - University of Bordeaux 1 & 3

Early registration deadline: monday 28 february 2005

LACL conference series

LACL-2005 is the 5th edition of a series of international conferences on
logical and formal methods in computational linguistics. It addresses in
particular the use of proof theoretic and model theoretic methods for
describing natural language syntax and semantics, as well as the
implementation of natural language processing software relying on such

Student Session

A student session will be organize.
For more informations, see our web site


Registration for LACL 2005 is open. You can access the registration form
from the LACL website


Early registration fees, for participants registering before the 28th of
february, are 100 euros for student and 160 euros for other 


Bordeaux has an airport with direct flights from Paris (both Charles
de Gaulle and Orly), Amsterdam, London Gatwick and several other major
European destinations.

There is also an hourly TGV service from Paris Montparnasse.


Information on accommodation will be posted on our website
http://lacl.labri.fr before february 25th.

Conference Site
LACL will take place at the conference room of the Musee d'Aquitaine,
a few steps away from the stop `Musee d'Aquitaine' of tramline B.

Practical inquiries
Joan Busquets busquets at u-bordeaux3.fr
Richard Moot moot at labri.fr
Brigitte Larue-Bourdon +33 5 40 00 69 30

Important dates
Early registration deadline : monday 28th february 2005
Camera-ready papers due     : monday 28th february 2005
LACL conference             : thursday 28th - saturday 30th april 2005

Invited speakers
Gerard Huet       INRIA Futurs & Rocquencourt
Ruth Kempson      King's College, London
Carl Pollard      Ohio Statu University, Columbus, OH

Preliminary Program
Bassam Haddad and Mustafa Yaseen `A Compositional Approach Towards
   Semantic Representation and Construction of Arabic'

Nissim Francez `Lambek-Calculus with General Elimination rules and
   Continuation Semantics'

Richard Zuber `More algebras for determiners'

Anne Preller and Joachim Lambek `Categorical semantics for pregroup

Allan Third `The Expressive Power of Restricted Fragments of English'

Denis Bechet and Annie Foret `k-Valued Non-Associative Lambek Grammars
   (without Product) Form a Strict Hierarchy of Languages'

Claire Gardent and Yannick Parmentier `Large scale semantic
   construction for Tree Adjoining Grammars'

Peter Ljunglof `A Polynomial Time Extension of Parallel Multiple
   Context-Free Grammar'

Marcelo da S. Correa and E. Hermann Haeusler `On the Selective Lambek

Areski Nait Abdallah, Alain Lecomte `On expressing vague
   quantification and scalar implicatures in the logic of partial

David A. Burke, Kristofer Johannisson `Translating Formal Software
   Specifications to Natural Language. A Grammar-Based Approach'

Erwan Moreau `Learnable classes of general combinatory grammar'

Ryo Yoshinaka, Makoto Kanazawa `The Complexity and Generative Capacity
   of Lexicalized Abstract Categorial Grammars'

Isabelle Tellier `When Categorial Grammar meet Regular Grammatical 

Denis Bechet, Alexander Dikovsky, Annie Foret `Dependency Structure

Roberto Bonato `Towards a Computational Treatment of Binding Theory'

Benoit Crabbe `Grammatical Development with XMG'

Benoit Sagot `Linguistic facts as predicates over ranges of the 

Djame Seddah and Bertrand Gaiffe `How to Build Argumental graphs Using
   TAG Shared Forest : a view from control verbs'

Jens Michaelis and Hans-Martin Gaertner `A Note on the Complexity of
   Constraint Interaction: Locality Conditions and Minimalist Grammars'

Joachim Niehren and Mateu Villaret `Describing Lambda Terms in Context

Veit Reuer and Kai-Uwe Kuehnberger `Feature Constraint Logic and Error
   Detection in ICALL Systems'

Evelyne Jacquey `Un cas de "polysemie logique"'

John T. Hale and Edward P. Stabler `Strict Deterministic Aspects of
   Minimalist Grammars'

LACL 2005 web site: http://lacl.labri.fr

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