Conf: CLAW2006 (Controlled Language Applications Workshop)
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** CALL FOR PAPERS **

CLAW 2006: 5th International Workshop on Controlled Language Applications

Location: Boston Marriott, Cambridge, MA, USA
Sponsor: 2006 Conference of the Association for Machine Translation in the Americas (AMTA 2006)
Website: AMTA2006 website: http://amta2006.amtaweb.org/index.htm
Dates: Saturday, August 12, 2006, (day after AMTA2006 main conference)

CONTEXT

The 5th International Workshop on Controlled Language Applications (CLAW) is planned to be held August 12, 2006 as a 1-day post-conference Workshop in conjunction with the AMTA2006 (Association for Machine Translation in the Americas) conference in Cambridge, MA, USA at the Boston Marriott.

For information on the past four CLAWs:

CLAW96 http://www.ccl.kuleuven.ac.be/CLAW/Welcome.html
CLAW98 http://www.lti.cs.cmu.edu/CLAW98/
CLAW2000 http://www.up.univ-mrs.fr/~veronis/claw2000/
CLAW2003 http://www.eamt.org/eamt-claw03/


TOPICS OF INTEREST

Of interest are submissions on all topics relating to the design, implementation and application of controlled languages, including but not limited to: human communication protocols; controlled text authoring; conformance checking systems; controlled language authoring aids; memory-based authoring; (re-)authoring combined with translation; issues in Controlled Language design; industrial experience and evolving requirements; quality and usability evaluations of controlled language.

On the research front, we are grappling with issues like standardization, design, and evaluation of controlled language systems. On implementation issues, we are particularly interested in studies regarding author productivity and document usability. The workshop will give equal emphasis to the academic, corporate and industrial perspectives, while bringing together researchers, developers, users, and potential users of controlled language systems from around the world.


WORKSHOP FORMAT

The one-day workshop will feature paper presentations.

WORKSHOP TIMETABLE

June 22, 2006: Submission intention deadline for potential Workshop presentations
July 10, 2006: Submission deadline for Papers: 11:59pm EST (GMT-5)
July 17, 2006 Notification to authors
August 4, 2006 Camera-ready copy due
August 12, 2006: Workshop date

Workshop registration deadline: (see AMTA2006 website) http://amta2006.amtaweb.org/index.htm


SUBMISSION DETAILS

* Submission intention: Abstracts of proposals should be submitted by electronic mail, in plain ASCII text, or as an attachment in Word .doc, RTF, or PDF format, in the following form:

(1) Title
(2) Abstract of the paper or poster (from 100-400 words)
(3) Author(s)/Presenter(s) Name(s)
(4) Author(s)/Presenter(s) Affiliation(s)
(5) Name of Author to Contact
(6) Full Postal Address
(7) E-mail Address
(8) Phone Number (including country and city codes, if outside the USA)
(9) Fax Number (including country and city codes, if outside the USA)


Submit abstracts to:
postediting@gmail.com


* Paper submissions: All paper submissions should follow these conventions:

(1) Submissions should be in English
(2) 8.5 x 11 inch letter size
(3) Single-column, single-spaced, 1-inch margins
(4) 12 point font, Times Roman or a similar font
(5) Include page numbering
(6) From Four (4) up to twelve (12) pages
(7) Include title, author(s), and organizational affiliation (if any), snail mail address, e-mail address, and phone number (optional), centered at the top of the first page
(8) Include an abstract of about 100 words

Submit papers to:
postediting@gmail.com


GENERAL INQUIRIES:

Please contact: Jeff Allen
e-mail: allen@systran.fr


WORKSHOP COMMITTEE

Program Coordinators:

Jeff Allen (SYSTRAN)
Arendse Bernth (IBM T. J. Watson Research Center)
Andy Way (Dublin City University)

Technical Review Committee Coordinators:

Eric Nyberg (Carnegie Mellon University)
Teruko Mitamura (Carnegie Mellon University)


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Conf: Call for participation - CLAW2006 Jul 23, 2006

** CALL FOR PARTICIPATION **

CLAW 2006: 5th International Workshop on Controlled Language Applications

Location: Boston Marriott, Cambridge, MA, USA
Sponsor: 2006 Conference of the Association for Machine Translation in the Americas (AMTA 2006)
Website: AMTA2006 website: http://amta2006.amtaweb.org/index.htm
Date: Saturday, August 12, 2006 (day after AMTA2006 main conference)

The 5th International Workshop on Controlled Language Applications (CLAW) will be held August 12, 2006 as a 1-day post-conference Workshop in conjunction with the AMTA2006 (Association for Machine Translation in the Americas) conference in Cambridge, MA, USA at the Boston Marriott.

PROGRAM

Presentation:

Simplified Technical Engish in the 21st Century -- David Shaw, Pratt & Whitney Corp

Papers:

Integration of Correction Modules in a Controlled Language Application -- Svetlana Sheremetyeva (LanA Consulting ApS)

Standard Language at Ford Motor Company: A Case Study in Controlled Language Development and Deployment -- Nestor Rychtyckyj (Ford Motor Company)

Writing RSS Feeds in a Machine-Processable Controlled Natural Language -- Rolf Schwitter and Marc Tilbrook (Centre for Language Technology, Macquarie University)

EasyEnglishAnalyzer: Taking Controlled Language from Sentence to Discourse Level -- Arendse Bernth (IBM T. J. Watson Research Center)

Can Controlled Languages Scale to the Web? -- Jonathan Pool (Utilika Foundation)

Round Table session: The Future of Controlled Language(s)?


REGISTRATION

Workshop registration deadline: (see AMTA2006 website)
http://amta2006.amtaweb.org/index.htm


GENERAL INQUIRIES:

Please contact: Jeff Allen
e-mail: see profile page

WORKSHOP COMMITTEE

Program Coordinators:

Jeff Allen (SYSTRAN)
Arendse Bernth (IBM T. J. Watson Research Center)
Andy Way (Dublin City University)

Technical Review Committee Coordinators:

Eric Nyberg (Carnegie Mellon University)
Teruko Mitamura (Carnegie Mellon University)


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