[Humanist] 24.235 events: language; mathematics & informatics

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  [1]   From:    Hroner M <eurosiam2010 at gmail.com>                          (7)
        Subject: EUROSAM 2010

  [2]   From:    "Norbert E. Fuchs" <fuchs at ifi.uzh.ch>                     (40)
        Subject: 2nd Workshop on Controlled Natural Languages CNL 2010: Final
                Callfor Participation


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        Date: Sun, 1 Aug 2010 23:30:12 +0100
        From: Hroner M <eurosiam2010 at gmail.com>
        Subject: EUROSAM 2010


EUROSAM: European Conference for the Applied Mathematics and Informatics
Athens, Greece, December 28-30, 2010

* Send your Paper (the format is here http://www.eurosam.org) to us by email: eurosiam at europment.org
* Send your Proposal to us for a WORKSHOP or a SPECIAL SESSION by email: eurosiam at europment.org
(free participation for the organizers)

Delegates attending EURO-SAM 2010 will be invited to submit an expanded version of their paper for publication in over than seven International Journals associated with the EUROSAM

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        Date: Mon, 2 Aug 2010 14:55:21 +0100
        From: "Norbert E. Fuchs" <fuchs at ifi.uzh.ch>
        Subject: 2nd Workshop on Controlled Natural Languages CNL 2010: Final Callfor Participation

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Final Call for Participation

CNL 2010
2nd Workshop on Controlled Natural Languages
http://staff.um.edu.mt/mros1/cnl2010

Marettimo Island, Sicily (Italy)
13-15 September 2010
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Controlled natural languages (CNLs) are subsets of natural languages, obtained by restricting the grammar and vocabulary in order to reduce or eliminate ambiguity and complexity. Traditionally, controlled languages fall into two major types: those that improve readability for human readers (e.g. non-native speakers), and those that enable reliable automatic semantic analysis of the language.

The workshop will be informal with plenty of time for presentations and discussions. To ensure the informal atmosphere the number of participants will be limited.

WORKSHOP PROGRAMME

A full programme (http://staff.um.edu.mt/mros1/cnl2010/prog.html) of refereed papers and invited tutorial presentations is now online. Details are available on the conference website.

VENUE

The workshop will take place on the Italian island Marettimo at the Marettimo Residence (www.marettimoresidence.com/inglese/home.php). This consists of a set of two-storey houses set within a beautiful garden. On top of the garden of the residence there is a large lecture hall with wireless internet.

Marettimo is the outermost of the Egadian Islands to the west of Sicily, and is easily reached from the airports of Palermo and Trapani. Marettimo offers the simple and relaxed life of southern Italy, unspoilt landscape, stupendous views, hiking, swimming, diving, boat trips, and excursions on donkeys. There are several restaurants and bars, and some shops. What the island does not offer: traffic - there are practically no roads - fancy shops and restaurants, night life, and sandy beaches.

ACCOMMODATION

The Marettimo Residence (www.marettimoresidence.com/inglese/home.php) offers one- and two-bedroom apartments with fully equipped kitchens. A number of apartments for the participants of CNL 2010 will be reserved until 15 July 2010 at a price 10% below the regular price. Participants should get into direct contact with the Marettimo Residence to organise their accommodation, citing "CNL 2010" and the names of the organisers when claiming the reduced price. Please indicate the length of your stay – perhaps you want to bring your family for additional days of vacation – and whether you would like to share your apartment with another participant of CNL 2010. The Marettimo Residence can also organise your transfers from and to the airports of Palermo or Trapani.

REGISTRATION

There is no registration fee for CNL 2010.

Participants should contact the Marettimo Residence for accommodation until 15 July 2010. Alternative accommodations on Marettimo can be found via the internet, for instance by googling for "case vacanze Marettimo".

Once your accommodation is confirmed, please send the registration form (http://staff.um.edu.mt/mros1/cnl2010/registration.html ) to the organisers.
WORKSHOP DINNER

A workshop dinner will be arranged during the workshop, and will be paid individually by the participants.

ORGANISATION

Michael Rosner (University of Malta) mike.rosner at um.edu.mt
Norbert E. Fuchs (University of Zurich, Switzerland) fuchs at ifi.uzh.ch

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