Clippers is our forum for informal discussion of all issues related to computational linguistics: from work in progress of visitors and people in the department, over presentation of new papers, to practical concerns such as hints on the use of CL related software tools.
To see what happened in previous quarters of Clippers, you can check out the pages of some previous quarters: Spring 02, Autumn 01
Everyone with an interest in computational linguistics is most welcome!
When and where: Thursdays at 1530-1700 in Oxley 309 (unless other room is mentioned).
|October 3.||Alex Acero (Microsoft
Research): An Overview of Speech
480 Dreese Lab (organized by Leon Wang, CIS)
|10.||Various: Reports on conferences that we participated in this summer (ACL, NLULP, ESSLLI, NAACL, ...), what's up this quarter, ...|
|17.||Donna Byron (Our new CL faculty member in CIS!): Computational Approaches to Pronoun Resolution: Recent advances and future plans|
|24.||Markus Dickinson and Detmar Meurers: Detecting errors in part-of-speech annotated corpora|
|31.||Mike Daniels: Extracting rules from the NEGRA2 treebank|
|November 7.||Nathan Vaillette: Intersective rewrite rules|
|14.||Kordula De Kuthy and Vanessa Metcalf: On
large-scale English grammar implementation in
201 Oxley Hall
|21.||Chris Brew: tba|
|December 5.||Martin Jansche: tba (stochastic transducers)|