31st European summer school in logic, language and Information

The 31st edition of ESSLLI (European Summer School in Logic, Language and Information) will take place from 5 August to 16 August 2019 at University of Latvia, Riga, Latvia. The European Summer School in Logic, Language and Information is an event organized every year in a different European country under the auspices of the Association for Logic, Language and Information (FoLLI). During the last five years ESSLLI was organized in: Tübingen, Germany (2014), Barcelona, Spain (2015), Bolzano, Italy (2016), Toulouse, France (2017) and Sofia, Bulgaria (2018).

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LDK 2019 – 2nd Conference on Language, Data and Knowledge

20-22 May 2019 in Leipzig, Germany About Calls Call for Papers Call for Workshops and Tutorials Program Workshops Sponsoring Attending Registration Travel and Lodging Directions Organizers Organizers Scientific Advisory Committee Call for Papers We invite submissions to the second biennial conference on Language, Data and Knowledge (LDK 2019), which will be held in Leipzig, Germany in May 2019. This conference aims at bringing together researchers from across disciplines concerned with the acquisition, curation and use of language data in the context of data science and knowledge-based applications. This builds upon…

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2019 Annual Conference of the North American Chapter of the Association for Computational Linguistics

Tutorials : June 2 Main Conference : June 3 – June 5 Workshops : June 6 – June 7 Submit a Paper News November 8, 2018. In order to accommodate unexpected delays affecting the ICLR reviews, authors of ICLR submissions now have until November 10 to withdraw their papers from ICLR and submit revised versions to NAACL. October 25, 2018. The inaugural call for tutorial proposals has been posted. October 24, 2018. We have posted some FAQs about the ACL anonymity period. Please make sure to check there before emailing…

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Sluicing and ellipsis at 50

n the spring of 1969, Haj Ross presented “Guess who?” at the fifth annual meeting of the Chicago Linguistic Society and published it in the resulting proceedings. The spring of 2019 marks the fiftieth anniversary of the presentation and publication of this landmark paper, which opened the door to a wide range of important discoveries on the interface between phonological, syntactic, and semantic systems of grammar. The construction that Ross named, sluicing, sits at the intersection of two of the most important areas of grammatical theory in the past half-century:…

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