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Fourth Annual French Conference on
Natural Language Processing

June 12-13, 1997


(Submission deadline: 15/02/97)

TALN is the acronym of "Traitement Automatique du Langage Naturel" which is the French idiom for "Natural Language Processing". The annual conference "Le Traitement Automatique du Langage Naturel (TALN'97)" proposes in the same place presentations of works in the NLP domain and round tables allowing more informal discussions on specific issues. This year, we will focus in a special session on applications with demonstrations.

Papers are called on all domains of NLP. They will be reviewed (by at least two reviewers) on the basis of an article of about 3000 words which will be presented in 20 minutes (+ 10 mn for discussion) during the conference, and will be edited in proceedings.

The official language of the conference is French and the articles must be sent (electronic submission prefered: standard LaTeX or Word) to Damien Genthial before February 15th, 1997.

To make a demonstration (whether or not it's accompanying an article), please contact Damien Genthial before February 15th, 1997.

Important dates:

Invited speakers:

(This program has to be confirmed)

Program comitee:

Organization : CLIPS Laboratory


                Damien Genthial
                TRILAN/CLIPS/IMAG, BP 53
                F-38041 Grenoble Cedex 9, FRANCE
                Phone: +33 476 51 49 15
                Fax:   +33 476 44 66 75
                E.Mail : Damien.Genthial@imag.fr

This conference is supported by the "GDR-PRC Communication Homme-Machine".