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Re: AAAI Lexicon Symposium - March 27-29

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Judith Klavans <[log in to unmask]>

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Judith Klavans <[log in to unmask]>

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===>>> Registration is still possible.  Information is appended. <<=======
 
                 AAAI Symposium  - March 27-29, 1995
           REPRESENTATION AND ACQUISITION OF LEXICAL KNOWLEDGE:
                POLYSEMY, AMBIGUITY, AND GENERATIVITY
 
Monday, March 27, 1995
 
9:00-9:20      Nicholas Asher and Alex Lascarides
                    Metaphor in Discourse
9:20-9:40      William B. Dolan
                    Metaphor as an Emergent Property of Machine-Readable
                    Dictionaries
9:40-10:00     Sergei Nirenburg
                    Apologiae Onotologiae
10:00-10:20    Lucy Vanderwende
                    Ambiguity in the Acquisition of Lexical Information
10:20-10:30    General Discussion
10:30-11:30    Coffee Break
11:00-11:20    Fumiyo Fukumoto and Jun'ichi Tsuji
                    Representation and Acquisition of Verbal Polysemy
11:20-11:40    Graeme Hirst
                    Near-synonymy and the Structure of Lexical Knowledge
11:40-12:00    Antonio Sanfilippo
                    Lexical Polymorphism and Word Disambiguation
12:00-12:20    Richard F.E Sutcliffe, Donie O'Sullivan, Liam Sheahan, and
               Annette McElligott
                    The Automatic Acquisition of a Broad-Coverage Semantic
                    Lexicon
12:20-12:30    General Discussion
12:30-2:30     Lunch
2:30-3:30      INVITED TALK:  Charles Fillmore
                    The Responsibilites of the Compleat Lexicographer
3:30-4:00      Coffee Break
4:00-4:20      Bonnie Dorr and Martha Palmer
                    Building a LCS-Based Lexicon in TAGs
4:20-4:40      Jacques Jayez and Daniele Godard
                    Principles as Lexical Methods
4:40-5:00      Thomas Roeper and Ana Perez-Leroux
                    The Acquisition of Inherent Binding
5:00-5:20      Annie Zaenen and Mary Dalrymple
                    "Polymorphic" Causatives: Complex Predicates in French
5:20-5:30      General Discussion
 
Tuesday, March 28, 1995
 
9:00-9:20      Masahiko Haruno
                    A Case Frame Learning Method for Japanese
                    Polysemous Verbs
9:20-9:40      Inderjeet Mani
                    An Integrative, Layered Approach to Lexical
                    Semantics and its Application to Machine Translation
9:40-10:00     Patrick Saint-Dizier
                    Generativity, Type Coercion and Verb Semantic Classes
10:00-10:20    Clare R. Voss and Bonnie J. Dorr
                    Defining the Lexical Component in Interlinguas
10:20-10:30    General Discussion
10:30-11:00    Coffee Break
11:00-11:20    Ann Copestake
                    Representing Lexical Polysemy
11:20-11:40    Alex Lascarides
                    The Pragmatics of Word Meaning
11:40-12:00    Michael Johnson, Branimir Boguraev, and James Pustejovsky
                    The Acquisition and Interpretation of Complex Nominals
12:00-12:20    Ellen Riloff
                    Dictionary Requirements for text Classification:
                    A Comparison of Three Domains
12:20-12:30    General Discussion
12:30-2:00     Lunch
2:00-2:20      R. Basili, M.T. Pazienza, and P. Velardi
                    Integration of Probabilistic and Symbolic Methods for
                    Semantic Categorization
2:20-2:40      Rebecca Bruce and Janyce Wiebe
                    Towards the Acquisition and Representation of a Broad
                    Coverage Lexicon
2:40-3:00      Ted Pedersen and Weidong Chen
                    Lexical Acquisition via Constraint Solving
3:00-3:20      Mats Rooth
                    Two-Dimensional Clusters in Grammatical Relations
3:20-3:30      General Discussion
3:30-4:00      Coffee Break
4:00-5:30      First Breakout
 
Wednesday, March 29, 1995
 
9:00-10:30     Second Breakout
10:30-11:00    Coffee Break
11:00-11:20    Catherine Macleod, Adam Meyers, and Ralph Grishman
                    Tagging as a Means of Refining and Extending Syntactic
 Classes
11:20-11:40    Geoffrey Nunberg
                    Meanings and Theories
11:40-12:00    Nicholas Ostler
                    Speech Act Vocabulary: Does Hyponymy Recapitulate
                    Polysemy?
12:00-12:20    George A. Miller
                    Building Semantic Concordances: Disambiguation vs.
 Annotation
12:20-12:30    General Discussion
 
***************Program Committee **********************************************
 
Judith Klavans, Columbia University, chair
Bran Boguraev, Apple Computer
Lori Levin, Carnegie Mellon
James Pustejovsky, Brandeis University
 
Address any questions to [log in to unmask]
 
***************REGISTRATION
 INFORMATION**********************************************
 
AAAI 1995
Spring Symposium Series
March 27 - 29, 1995
Stanford University, California
 
Registration Brochure
 
Sponsored by the
American Association for Artificial Intelligence
445 Burgess Drive, Menlo Park, CA 94025
(415) 328-3123
[log in to unmask]
 
The American Association for Artificial Intelligence, in cooperation
with Stanford University's Department of Computer Science, presents the
1995 Spring Symposium Series, to be held Monday through
Wednesday, March 27 - 29, 1995, at Stanford University.
 
The highlights of each symposium will be presented at a special
plenary session. Working notes will be prepared and distributed to
participants in each symposium, but will not otherwise be available
unless published as an AAAI Technical Report or edited collection.
 
Each symposium will have limited attendance. Participants will be
expected to attend a single symposium throughout the symposium
series. In addition to participants selected by the program
committee of the symposia, a limited number of other interested
parties will be allowed to register in each symposium on a first-
come, first-served basis. To register, please fill out the enclosed
form, and send it along with payment to:
 
1995 Spring Symposium Series
AAAI
445 Burgess Drive
Menlo Park, CA 94025
Phone: (415 328-3123*
Fax: (415) 321-4457*
Email: [log in to unmask]*
 
*Credit card orders only, please. Please note that there are security issues
involved with the transmittal of credit card information over the internet.
AAAI will not be held liable for any misuse of your credit card information
during its transmittal from you to AAAI.
 
This document is available as
    http://www.ai.mit.edu/people/las/aaai/sss-95/sss-95-registration.html
 
 
**********************************************************************
 
        REPRESENTATION AND ACQUISITION OF LEXICAL KNOWLEDGE:
               POLYSEMY, AMBIGUITY, AND GENERATIVITY
 
The lexicon is  at the core of many NL,  MT, IR,  and  KR systems, and
thus  can play a central role in determining the success or failure of
a  system.   Nonetheless,  points  of  sharp  controversy  have arisen
concerning  the  most  flexible  and  powerful  way  to  represent the
extensive  variety of lexical  information  required  to  drive robust
applications.  We intend  this symposium to provide a forum to discuss
problematic  issues  of  lexical  representation,  and  ways to  solve
difficult  and  complex  questions.   The  symposium  will  maintain a
balance between theoretical and applications oriented papers.
 
There  will  be two ``special  events''  at the  Workshop: one  is  an
invited talk by Professor  Charles Fillmore on  the future of  lexical
research, with some  visionary thoughts from a pioneer in the field of
lexical semantics.  The other  is  a  set  of  break-out  sessions  to
involve workshop participants, focusing on ``burning issues'' such as
limits  of  corpus analysis,  machine-readable dictionaries,  thematic
roles,  linking  rules,   and  other  ``limits''  to  be  set  by  the
participants.  This section of  the  workshop involves  ``pushing  the
limits'', and  we plan  to  push our own  limits together in  focussed
discussions on how to solve such persistent problems.
 
 
Organizing  Committee:
Bran  Boguraev,  Apple  Computer;  Judith  Klavans  (chair),  Columbia
University,  [log in to unmask];  Lori  Levin,  Carnegie   Mellon
University; James Pustejovsky, Brandeis University.
 
***********************************************************************
 
 
**********************************************************************
 
Registration Information
 
ALL ATTENDEES MUST PREREGISTER. Each symposium has a limited
attendance, with priority given to invited attendees. All accepted authors,
symposium participants, and other invited attendees must register by
February 22, 1995. After that period, registration will be opened up to the
general membership of AAAI and other interested parties. All other
registrations must be postmarked by March 8, 1995.
 
Your registration fee covers your attendance at the symposium, a copy of
the working notes for your symposium, and the reception.
 
Checks (drawn on US bank) or international money orders should be made
out to AAAI. VISA, MasterCard and American Express are also accepted.
Please complete the attached registration form and send it to [log in to unmask]
or fax it to 415/321-4457.
 
Parking will be available on the Stanford campus from March 27-29 for
$15.00. Application for a parking permit is included on the attached
registration form. A permit will be mailed to you with your registration
receipt, along with a map and directions to the assigned lots.
 
Please note: Requests for refunds must be received in writing by March 15,
1995. A $25.00 processing fee will be levied on all refunds granted.
 
When you arrive at Stanford, please pick up your complete registration
packet in the lobby of Cubberley Auditorium, located in the School of
Education. Registration hours will be:
 
Monday, March 27:       8:00 pm-5:00 pm
Tuesday, March 28:      8:00 am-5:00 pm
Wednesday, March 29:    8:00 am-12:00 pm
 
Hotels
 
For your convenience, AAAI has reserved a block of rooms at the following
hotels:
 
Symposium attendees must contact the hotels directly. Please identify
yourself as an AAAI Spring Symposium Series registrant to qualify for the
reduced rate.
 
Creekside Inn (Best Western)
3400 El Camino Real
Palo Alto, CA 94306
Phone: 415/493-2411
Fax: 415/493-6787
Marguerite shuttle pick-up: 0.5 mile
Rates: $70 (S), $90 (D)
Reserve before 2/26/95
 
Holiday Inn-Palo Alto
625 El Camino Real
Palo Alto, CA 94301
Phone: 415/328-2800 or 800/874-3516
Fax: 415/327-7362
Marguerite shuttle stop nearby
Rates: $98 (S), $108 (D)
Reserve before: 3/10/95
 
Stanford Terrace Inn
531 Stanford Ave
Palo Alto, CA 94306
Phone: 415/857-0333
Fax: 415/857-0343
Marguerite shuttle stop nearby
Rates: $82 (S), $92 (D)
Reserve before: 3/1/95
 
Other Hotels
(Available only on a first-come, first served basis; all prices are subject to
changes without notice):
 
Mermaid Inn
727 El Camino Real
Menlo Park, CA 94025
Phone: 415/323-9481 (No fax).
Rates: $48-56 (S), $58-68 (D)
 
Riviera Motor Lodge
15 El Camino Real
Menlo Park, CA 94025
Phone: 415/321-8772
Fax: 415/321-2137
Rates:  $65 (S), $75 (D)
 
The Cardinal Hotel
235 Hamilton Avenue
Palo Alto, CA 94301
Phone: 415/323-5101
Fax: 415/325-6086
Marguerite shuttle stop nearby
Rates: $65 (S & D)
 
Hotel California
2431 Ash Street
Palo Alto, CA 94306
Phone: 415/322-7666 (No fax).
Marguerite shuttle stop nearby
Rates: $52-$63 (S and D)
(Continental breakfast included)
 
 
Travelodge
3255 El Camino Real
Palo Alto, CA 94306
Phone: 415/493-6340
Fax: 415/424-9535
Marguerite shuttle stop nearby
Rates: $45 (S), $54 (D)
 
Air Transportation and Car Rental
 
San Francisco/San Jose - Get there for less!
 
Fly into San Francisco or San Jose on American Airlines or United Airlines
and save 5% on lowest everyday fares, some restrictions apply.  Or save 10%
on lowest unrestricted fares, with 7 day advance purchase. Travel between
March 19 and June 1, 1995.  Alamo Rent A Car is also offering special rates
starting as low as $26/day or $125/week. Unlimited free mileage. Earn
bonus frequent flyer miles when you drive Alamo and fly American or
United.
 
For lowest available fares on any airline, call Conventions in America,
the official travel agency for AAAI and receive free flight insurance
of $100.000. Plus you'll become eligible to win free travel - drawings
held bi-monthly for two systemwide tickets on American Airlines.
Call 1-800-929-4242, ask for group #428.  If you call direct:
American 1-800-433-1790, ask for Index #S9272. United 1-800-521-4041,
ask for Tour Code #577OR. Alamo 1-800-732-3232, ask for ID #409268 GR.
 
 
Disclaimer: In offering United Airlines, American Airlines,
Alamo Rent A Car, the Creekside Inn (Best Western), Holiday Inn,
and Stanford Terrace Inn (hereinafter referred to as
"Supplier") and all other service providers for the AAAI Spring Symposium
Series, the American Association for Artificial Intelligence (AAAI) acts only
in the capacity of agent for the Supplier which is the provider of
transportation or of hotel rooms. Because AAAI has no control over the
personnel, equipment or operations of providers of accommodations or
other services included as part of the Symposium program, AAAI assumes
no responsibility for and will not be liable for any personal delay,
inconveniences or other damage suffered by symposium participants which
may arise by reason of (1) any wrongful or negligent acts or omissions on
the part of any Supplier or its employees, (2) any defect in or failure of any
vehicle, equipment or instrumentality owned, operated or otherwise used by
any Supplier, or (3) any wrongful or negligent acts or omissions on the part
of any other party not under the control, direct or otherwise, of AAAI.
 
 
Ground Transportation
 
This information is the best available at time of printing. Fares and routes
change frequently. Please check by telephoning the appropriate numbers
below for the most up-to-date information.
 
 
Van
 
Supershuttle--24 hour van service to and from San Francisco Airport. San
Francisco Airport-Palo Alto rates are: $23.00 for one person one way;
$23.00 plus $7.00 for two persons going to the same address. Cash and
major credit cards accepted. For reservations call 415/558-8500.
 
Airport Connection--Van service $20.00 one way to and from San
Francisco Airport to Palo Alto. From San Jose Airport, shared ride service
(no vans) is $35.00 to Palo Alto. Cash, major credit cards, or checks
accepted. Call 415/363-1500 within California, or 800/247-7678 in other
areas. White courtesy telephone available at San Francisco Airport.
 
Stanford Shuttle
The Stanford University Marguerite Shuttle Bus service provides service
>from several points along El Camino Real, the train station, and other
surrounding locations to the Stanford Oval as well as transportation around
the Stanford campus. Complete Marguerite schedules will be included in
registration packet.
 
Train
CalTrain runs between San Francisco and Palo Alto station starting at 5:00
am with the last train leaving San Francisco at 10:00 pm (weekdays), 12:00
midnight (Friday and Saturday nights). The fare is $6.50 round trip for
same-day travel, or $3.25 one way. For up-to-date fare information and
time tables, call toll free 800/660-4287.
 
Tentative Program Schedule (subject to change)
 
 
Monday, March 27:
9:00 am-5:30 pm         Symposia sessions
6:00 pm-7:00 pm         Reception, Faculty Club
 
Tuesday, March 28:
9:00 am-5:30 pm         Symposia sessions
7:30 pm-9:00 pm         Plenary session, Cubberley Auditorium
 
Wednesday, March 29:
9:00 am-12:30 pm        Symposia sessions
 
 
 
*****************************************************************************
AAAI Spring Symposium Series
REGISTRATION FORM
 
ALL ATTENDEES MUST PREREGISTER.
Please complete in full and return to AAAI no later than February 22, 1995
(invited attendees), or by March 8, 1995 (general registration).
 
Please print or type.
 
First Name:
 
Last Name:
 
Affiliation:
 
Address (Indicate home or business):
 
City:
 
State:
 
Zip or postal code:
 
Country:
 
Daytime telephone:
 
Email:
 
****************************************************************************
 
 
****************************************************************************
 
FEE
 
AAAI Member:            $215.00
Student Member:         $100.00
Nonmember:              $275.00
Student Nonmember:      $125.00
 
(Students must send legible proof of full-time student status.)
 
Temporary Stanford University parking permit:
 
March 27-29:            $15.00
 
TOTAL FEE (Please enter correct amount):
 
******************************************************************************
 
METHOD OF PAYMENT
 
All email and fax registrations must be accompanied by credit card information.
AAAI accepts MasterCard, Visa, and American Express. Checks will also be
accepted through the regular mail.  Prepayment is required. No PO's will be
accepted.
 
Credit Card #:
Expiration Date:
Name (as it appears on card):
 
Please send your completed registration form to SSS-95, AAAI,
445 Burgess Drive, Menlo Park, CA 94025; fax 415-321-4457; [log in to unmask]
Please note that there are security issues involved with the transmittal
of credit card information over the internet. AAAI will not be held liable
for any misuse of your credit card information during its transmittal
>from you to AAAI.
 
Please note: Requests for refunds must be received in writing by March 15, 1995\
.
A $25.00 processing fee will be levied on all refunds granted.
 
Thank you for your registration!

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