Logic and Engineering of Natural Language Semantics

                               Kanazawa (Japan), May 31st, 2004

Sponsored by The Japanese Society of Artificial Intelligence

See also
                        JSAI 2004 International Workshops http://www.jaist.ac.jp/jsai2004/JSAIworkshops.html

 Important dates

28 Feb 2004 Deadline for abstracts (extended)
20 March 2004 Notification of acceptance (extended)
30 April 2004 Camera-ready copies of papers (extended)
31 May  2004 Workshop (fixed)

 Recently, one of the main streams of the formal semantics of natural language and logic has been developing "dynamic semantics." The aim of this workshop is to explore the theory and application of"dynamic semantics"to natural language. Areas of exploration will include the application of "dynamic semantics" to natural language semantics, programming languages, natural language processing, and other areas of information engineering. The accepted papers will be published by Springer-Verlag in "Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence."


Submissions are invited on substantial, original and previously unpublished research in all fields of Linguistics and Artificial Intelligence, including, but not limited to:

10:00 Opening

Session 1
10:20-11:00 Dynamic Predicate Logic of Dependent Questions and Answers
            Norihiro Ogata

11:00-11:40 On Dependency and Quantification in Dynamic Semantics
            Rick Nouwen

11:40-12:20 Dynamic Interpretations and Interpretation Structures
            Yasuo Nakayama

12:20-13:30 Lunch

Session 2
13:30-14:10 Toward a Dynamic Acount of Japanese "Zibun"
            Eric McCready

14:10-14:50 Dynamic Semantics at Work
            Rolf Schwitter and Marc Tilbrook

14:50-15:00 Coffee Break

Session 3

15:00-15:40 A Demonstrative Analysis of Anaphora in Hob-Nob Sentence
            Takeo Kurafuji

15:40-16:20 Temporal Dynamic Semantics of Factual Counterfactual
            Sumiyo Nishiguchi

16:20-17:00 English Present Perfect Revisited -- a Unified Semantics as a Tense and a Lower-level Ambiguity Represented in DRT
            Yoko Mizuta

Workshop Fees

     3,000 YEN

     On site

For LENLS Authors:
Submission of  Camera-ready paper

The LENLS authors must write their camera-ready copies of their papers by LateX and Springer-Verlag's LNCS styles, and then, convert them to PDF-file, and send them to ogata@lang.osaka-u.ac.jp by email. The length of each paper must not exceed  12 pages totally. The deadline is the 30th of April, but It is highly recommended to submit them as soon as possible.

Chair: Norhiro Ogata (Osaka University)
Committee: Yasuo Nakayama (Osaka University)
                     Katsuhiko Yabushita (Naruto-Kyoiku University)
                     Eric McCready (University of Texas)

Contact: ogata@lang.osaka-u.ac.jp