Natural Language Processing Pacific Rim Symposium:

Natural Language Processing Pacific Rim Symposium, NLPRS (day 2 of 3)

Date: Wednesday, November 28th, 2001 Time: 9:30 AM - 5:30 PM

Speaker: Julia Hirschberg, Jun-ichi Tsujii, Robert Dale, Gary Geunbae Lee and more.

The 6th Natural Language Processing Pacific Rim Symposium is sponsored by NLPRS Organization, Japan, and co-sponsored by The Association for Natural Language Processing, Japan. Supported by SIG-NL of the Information Processing Society of Japan.
This symposium features four excellent invited talks and 45 highly qualified technical papers, poster sessions and more. Participants can find the newest academic and technological results of natural language processing and its future direction by attending NLPRS-2001.

  • One invited speaker for November 28 is Benjamin K. Tsou (City University of Hong Kong, HongKong), giving a talk entitled "Corpus, Information Mining and the New Global Village".
  • Another invited speaker today is Sadaoki Furui (Tokyo Institute of Technology), whose talk is entitled "From Read Speech Recognition to Spontaneous Speech Understanding"
  • Today's project notes and demonstrations cover Morphological & Syntactic Analyses, Entity Extraction, and Generation/Text Planning.
NLPRS-2001 also includes The Second Workshop on Natural Language Processing and Neural Networks(NLPNN2001), Workshop on Automatic Paraphrasing: Theories and Applications, Workshop on NLP and XML, and Workshop on Language Resources in Asia. See the web site for full details and prices.

Organization: Natural Language Processing Pacific Rim Symposium

Cost: 20,000 yen plus various options, see the symposium web site for details

Venue: Hitotsubashi Memorial Hall, National Center of Sciences Building, 2-1-2 Hitotsubashi, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo (map on web site)

Location: Tokyo, Tokyo Metropolis, Japan


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