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final call for paper TIA 2005

From: Yannick Toussaint <Yannick.Toussaint@loria.fr>
Date: Mon, 10 Jan 2005 09:30:47 +0100
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Please note that submission deadline has been extended to January 16, 2005.

         Call for papers TIA 2005
  Terminology and Artificial Intelligence

          Rouen, France
          April 4-5, 2005

Important dates
- Submission deadline: January 16, 2005
- Notification of acceptance: February 8, 2005
- Camera-ready paper: March 4, 2005

Due to the ever-increasing amount of machine-readable information,
institutions, companies and laboratories are facing new problems
related to scale effects and the diversity of technical texts. Text
has always been considered as an important vehicle for information and
knowledge, but it also contains information that is crucial in a
decision making process, in scientific or technical domains.

Access a large amount of document, identify the relevant documents,
archive them, distribute them in a targeted way, identify useful
knowledge in the text, compare and confront textual content -- these
are amongst others, the tasks that terminology can help exerting.  As
a result, to bring out innovative solutions, terminology as a
discipline should establish cooperative links with related areas,
including linguistics and natural language processing, artificial
intelligence learning, information sciences and knowledge engineering.
Terminology and the other disciplines mutually take enrichment in each
other: terminology builds resources that can be used by these
disciplines in return. They are able to propose theories, methods and
tools for the building of terminological resources (index,
terminologies, thesaurus, ontologies).  The TIA Conference aims at
promoting convergence and synergy among such disciplines and
terminology in order to develop and evaluate corpus-processing
methodologies. More specifically, pluridisciplinary approaches should
be emphasized.

Topics of Interest
You are invited to submit an original paper with a theoretical,
practical or methodological issue on the following topics (the list is
non exhaustive) :

* Theories of meaning and terminology regarding textual linguistics and 
* Methods for automatic recognition of terminology evolution (diachronic 
* Automatic and manual acquisition of terminology from corpora
* Methods for automatic terminology structuring (identification of 
relationship between
terms, domain recognition)
* Use of terminological resources for building and structuring ontologies
* Methods and criteria for evaluation and validation of terminologies
* Reusability and standardization, comparison and fusion of terminology 
* Problems in multilingual terminology
* Applications of computer-based terminology (semantic web, document 
indexing and
filtering, information retrieval, document classification, technological 
monitoring, question-answering).

The 2005 TIA Conference follows TIA'95 (Villetaneuse), TIA'97
(Toulouse) , TIA'99 (Nantes), TIA '01 (Nancy), TIA'03 (Strasbourg) and
is organized by the TIA Working Group (http://tia.loria.fr/). TIA was
founded in 1994 under the aegis of AFIA, now AFIA/GdR-13 working group
and includes researchers in linguistics, artificial intelligence and
natural language processing. Submitted papers (in French or in
English) will be reviewed by an international program committee
composed of members of the TIA Working Group and of invited experts
(three reviews). Accepted submissions will be considered as full
papers or as a poster.

Program Committeee
Chair: Yannick Toussaint (LORIA - INRIA, Nancy, France)
Brigitte Biebow (LIPN,Villetaneuse, France)
Myriam Bouveret ( DYALANG, Rouen, France)
Maria-Teresa Cabré (Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Espagne)
Farid Cerbah (Dassault Aviation, Paris, France)
Jean Charlet (AP-HP, Paris, France)
James Cussens (University of York, Grande-Bretagne)
Valérie Delavigne (Dyalang, Rouen, France)
Rose Dieng (INRIA, Sophia, France)
Ulrich Heid (Universität Stuttgart , Allemagne)
Fidelia Ibekwe-San Juan (Université Lyon 3, France)
Sylvie Lainé (Université Lyon 3, France)
Marie-Claude L'Homme (Université de Montréal, Canada)
Pascale Sébillot (IRISA, Rennes, France)
Monique Slodzian (CRIM-INALCO, Paris, France)

Organizing Committee
Organizing chair: Valérie Delavigne, (DYALANG, Rouen, France)
Kristina Alexandru-Nicolae (DYALANG, Rouen)
Nathalie Avenel (IRED, Rouen)
Nathalie Baudouin (DYALANG-PSI, Rouen)
Myriam Bouveret (DYALANG, Rouen)
Evelyne Delabarre (DYALANG, Rouen)
Régine Delamotte (DYALANG, Rouen)
François Gaudin (DYALANG, Rouen)
Maryvonne Holzem (DYALANG-PSI, Rouen)
Philippe Jeanne (DYALANG, Rouen)
Mito Katano (DYALANG, Rouen)
Aurélie Neveol (PSI, Rouen)
Contact : TIA2005@univ-rouen.fr

Submission Procedure
The papers should be written in French or English. They must not exceed 
10 pages (about
3000 words), font Times Roman 12, single spaced, including figures and 
references. The following information should be clearly mentionned :
-    Author name(s)
-    Affiliation(s), Address(es), fax and e-mail
-    title of the paper
-    5 to 10 keywords
-    abstract (maximum of 300 words)
It is highly recommended to use TIA formatting styles. Electronic 
submissions (PDF) should be uploaded on the conference site.
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