First Call for Papers
SIXTH WORKSHOP ON THE SEMANTICS AND PRAGMATICS OF DIALOGUE
Sept 4th-6th 2002
Edilog 2002 will be the sixth in a series of workshops that aims to
bring together researchers working on the semantics and pragmatics of
dialogues in fields such as artificial intelligence, formal semantics
and pragmatics, computational linguistics, philosophy, and psychology.
We invite abstracts on all topics related to the semantics and
pragmatics of dialogues, including, but not limited to:
- models of common ground/mutual belief in communication
- modelling agents' information states and how they get updated
- multi-agent models and turn-taking
- goals, intentions and commitments in communication
- semantic interpretation in dialogues
- reference in dialogues
- dialogue and discourse structure
- interpretation of questions and answers
- nonlinguistic interaction in communication
- natural language understanding and reasoning in spoken dialogue systems
- multimodal dialogue systems
- dialogue management in practical implementations
- categorisation of dialogue moves or speech acts in corpora
- designing and evaluating dialogue systems
Authors should submit an anonymous extended abstract of at most 5
single-column pages (for talks with a duration of 30' plus 10'
discussion) together with a separate page specifying the authors'
names, affiliation, address, and e-mail address. The abstracts should
be submitted electronically (in LaTeX, postscript, html, ascii, or pdf
format) to: firstname.lastname@example.org. Submission have to be in
English, which is the workshop language. For the accepted talks, a
LaTeX style will be made available.
Abstracts due: May 10th
Acceptance notice: July 5th
Final version due: August 9th
Conference: Sept 4th-6th
Susan Brennan (Stony Brook University)
Jan van Kuppevelt (IMS Stuttgart)
Manfred Pinkal (University of the Saarland)
Enric Vallduvi (Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona)
Johan Bos and Colin Matheson (joint chairs), Ellen Bard, David Beaver,
Susan Brennan, Claire Gardent, Jonathan Ginzburg, Joris Hulstijn, Jan
van Kuppevelt, Alex Lascarides, Oliver Lemon, Johanna Moore, Manfred
Pinkal, Paul Piwek, Massimo Poesio, Rob van der Sandt, Frank Schilder,
David Traum, Enric Vallduvi, Bonnie Webber, Henk Zeevat.
The workshop will take place at Edinburgh University. The local
organizers are Johan Bos, Colin Matheson, and Johanna Moore.
FOR MORE INFORMATION:
Information about Edinburgh University: http://www.ed.ac.uk/
News about the conference will be posted on the workshop's Web
page at http://www.ltg.ed.ac.uk/edilog/
Send email to email@example.com for questions about local arrangements.
Previous workshops in this series include:
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