grammar formalisms

Workshop Statistical Natural Language Processing and Weighted Automata

Abbreviated Title: 
StatFSM 2016
Call for Papers
Submission Deadline: 
8 May 2016
Event Dates: 
12 Aug 2016
Location: 
Humboldt University (ACL 2016)
City: 
Berlin
State: 
Berlin
Country: 
Germany
Contact: 
Bryan Jurish (Berlin Brandenburg Academy of Sciences and Humanities)
Andreas Maletti (Stuttgart University)
Uwe Springmann (HU Berlin, LMU Munich)
Kay-Michael Würzner (Berlin Brandenburg Academy of Sciences and Humanities)
Contact Email: 
statfsm2016 [at] bbaw.de

Keynote: Jason Eisner (Johns Hopkins University)
Topics:
- weighted automata, their theory and applications,
- statistical NLP; in particular approaches using finite-state techniques,
- results concerning the relation of statistical models and weighted automata,
- automata-based formalizations or implementations of statistical methods,
- machine learning approaches relating to the other topics,
- systems and frameworks for OCR/OLR with a connection to automata-based methods,
- statistical approaches to automated page segmentation and document analysis,
- supervised or unsupervised extraction of models for OCR post-correction, and
- systems and frameworks for post-correction or -segmentation of OCR output texts.

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Logical Aspects of Computational Linguistics 2012

Abbreviated Title: 
LACL 2012
Call for Papers
Submission Deadline: 
12 Feb 2012
Event Dates: 
2 Jul 2012 to 4 Jul 2012
Location: 
Univeristy of Nantes
City: 
Nantes
Country: 
France
Contact: 
Alexandre Dikovsky
Denis Béchet
Contact Email: 
Alexandre.Dikovsky [at] univ-nantes.fr
Denis.Bechet [at] univ-nantes.fr

Due to popular requests, the deadline for submission has been extended
to Sunday February 12th 2012.

LACL 2012

Logical Aspects of Computational Linguistics

July 2-4, 2012

LINA, Nantes, France

http://lacl.gforge.inria.fr/lacl-2012
http://lacl2012.sciencesconf.org

PRESENTATION

LACL'2012 is the 7th edition of a series of international conferences
on logical and formal methods in computational linguistics. This conference
addresses the use of type theoretic, proof theoretic and
model theoretic methods for describing natural language syntax and

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12th Meeting on the Mathematics of Language

Abbreviated Title: 
MoL-12
Call for Papers
Submission Deadline: 
2 Apr 2011
Event Dates: 
6 Sep 2011 to 8 Sep 2011
Location: 
Nara Institute of Science and Technology
City: 
Nara
Country: 
Japan
Contact: 
Makoto Kanazawa
Contact Email: 
kanazawa [at] nii.ac.jp

Amended Call for Papers

12th Meeting on Mathematics of Language

Nara, September 6-8, 2011

http://sites.google.com/site/mol12nara/

Invited Speakers

Kit Fine, New York University
Andreas Maletti, Universitaet Stuttgart

Background

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