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关于召开中国中文信息学会2012年学术年会暨理事会的通知

 


        经学会第7届理事会第2次理事长办公会扩大会议讨论确定: 2012年12月7日在北京召开中国中文信息学会2012年学术年会暨理事会。


        会议主题:大数据与中文信息处理

        时间:2012年12月7日(周五)

        地点:北京,中国科技会堂


        会议简要日程如下:

 

上午:

开幕式

 

 

“钱伟长中文信息处理科学技术奖"及"汉王青年创新奖"颁奖仪式

中国中文信息学会"拓尔思优秀博士论文奖"启动仪式

特邀报告

 

下午:

特邀报告

 

 

专题研讨

闭幕式

 

晚上:

第7届理事会第2次全体会议


欢迎大家参加!


中国中文信息学会办公室
2012-10-10

中国中文信息学会会员发展工作的通知

 


        为推进学会的改革,建立以会员为主体的管理体制,健全会员管理制度,按照中国科协《关于规范全国性学会个人会员登记号的通知》的要求和规定,结合本会的具体情况,建立个人会员登记制度。

会员登记的简要流程:

1.请有意申请者下载并填写"会员信息登记表"

2.将填写完整的"会员信息登记表"通过电子邮件方式发送至学会办公室会员部(huangyi@iscas.ac.cn

3.请任选以下三种方式之一缴纳会费:

    1)银行转账:

        开户银行:工商行北京市分行海淀西区支行

        户        名:中国中文信息学会

        账        号:0200004509014415619

        注:请在附言中注明会员姓名

    2)邮局汇款:

        地        址:北京8718信箱"中国中文信息学会"

        收   款 人:中国中文信息学会

        邮政编码:100190

        联系电话:010-62562916

        注:请在附言中注明会员姓名

    3)中国中文信息学会办公室缴纳

        地        址:北京海淀区中关村南四街4号院7号楼201房间

        联系电话:010-62562916


2012年度"中国中文信息学会"个人会员收费标准:

        个人会员:120元/年

        学生会员:  60元/年


        会员经注册并缴费后,将获得会员登记号和会员证。在参加学会主办的各类学术活动时,凭会员证将享受会费优惠;定期获赠中国中文信息学会会员通讯(电子版)。

        为鼓励更多学者加入学会,完成2012度会员登记的全体会员和部分学生会员(以缴费顺序,先到先得,赠完为止),将获赠2012年度全`年《中文信息学报》(纸质版)。


另附中国中文信息学会章程


中国中文信息学会
2012年10月10日

第八届全国信息检索学术会议注册通知

 


        第八届全国信息检索学术会议将于2012年11月28日至12月2日在江西省南昌市召开。此次会议是中国中文信息学会发起的系列学术会议,在于促进国内信息检索技术的研究和应用,加强同行间的学术交流与合作。本届会议由中国中文信息学会信息检索专业委员会主办,江西师范大学计算机信息工程学院承办。

        作为国内中文信息处理领域主要的学术活动,CCIR2012得到了众多学者的积极支持和参与。经过大家的共同努力和辛勤工作,本届会议共收到论文稿件199篇,经过程序委员会通信评审和会议评审,最后录用论文109篇。本届会议将邀请多位学术界和产业界的专家学者作大会特邀报告及主题报告。

        欢迎大家积极参加。


详细内容:http://ccir2012.jxnu.edu.cn/s/213/t/590/33/85/info13189.htm


2012年"钱伟长中文信息处理科学技术奖"拟奖励项目公示

 


        2012年9月10日是"钱伟长中文信息处理科学技术奖"项目申报的截止时间。评奖办公室在收到参评项目的申报书(纸质和电子版)后先对申报项目做了形式化检查,然后由相关专业专家对申请书进行审阅,再召集专家组成评审组对申报项目进行了初审,根据专家意见及投票统计形成了初审结果,最终评审委员会在此结果基础上进行了终审,评出2012年"钱伟长中文信息处理科学技术奖"拟奖励项目。现将拟奖励的项目公示,时间为1个月。在公示期间,任何组织或个人均可对评奖项目的受奖资格、获奖等级等提出异议,逾期不予受理。对评审异议意见应以书面方式向评奖办公室提出,并如实提供有关争议的旁证材料和补充文档。评奖办公室负责组织调查,视具体情况提出处理意见,报"钱伟长中文信息处理科学技术奖"奖励委员会裁决。


2012年"钱伟长中文信息处理科学技术奖"拟奖励项目公示
(2012年10月23日)

序号
项目名称
主要完成单位
主要完成人
奖励等级
1
知网 (HowNet) 中国科学院计算机语言信息工程研究中心(个人项目)
董振东,董强
一等奖
2
中国多民族文字数字出版系统 潍坊北大青鸟华光照排有限公司
殷建民,李满江
张东升,吕建春
袁振德,谢继亮
亚森•伊明
二等奖
3
方正智思互联网中文内容智能监测系统 北京大学
北大方正集团有限公司
杨建武,于晓明
梁汝峰,张丹
吴新丽,孙红娥
汪洋
二等奖
4
彝文壮文电子词典及辅助翻译软件 中国民族语文翻译中心
何燕龙,旺堆
二等奖
5
钱伟长中文信息处理科学技术奖—汉王青年创新奖 中国科学院计算技术研究所
郭嘉丰
一等奖
6
钱伟长中文信息处理科学技术奖—汉王青年创新奖 百度公司
赵世奇
一等奖

    评奖办公室联系电话:010-62562916

    传真:010-62562916

    电子信箱:pingjiang@iscas.ac.cn

    通讯地址:100190 北京市海淀区中关村南四街4号

    中国中文信息学会钱伟长中文信息处理科学技术奖评奖办公室


学术活动



中国中文信息学会2012年重点学术活动预告

 


活动名称

主要内容

时间

规模

地点

联系人


第六届全国青年计算语言学研讨会
计算语言学的理论基础、语料库语言学、词法分析、句法分析和语义分析;自然语言处理的应用技术及系统等
11月17-18日
80人
上海
赵海

第八届全国信息检索学术会议
Web信息检索;事件抽取;文本分类与聚类;文本过滤;问答式检索和自动文摘;信息安全;信息检索计算法;机器学习与用户模型等
11月29-30日( new )
200人
南昌
王明文

2012年学术年会暨理事会
“钱伟长中文信息处理科学技术奖";"汉王青年创新奖";"拓尔思优秀博士论文奖";"特邀报告";" 第7届理事会第2次全体会议
12月7日
300人
北京
孙乐

第八届亚洲信息检索学术会议
信息检索模型;查询反馈;用户建模;大规模数据处理;自然语言处理;系统演示等
12月17-19日
100人
天津
侯越先

CIPS-SIGHAN联合组织的有关中文资源和评测的学术会议(CLP2012)
2012年评测任务如下:■微博领域的汉语词语切分;■汉语命名实体识别与歧义消解;■汉语句法分析(简体和繁体)
12月20-21日
100人
天津
侯越先

CICLing 2013

 


CALL FOR PAPERS


14th International Conference on Intelligent Text Processing and Computational Linguistics (CICLing 2013)


CICLing 2013


14th International Conference on Intelligent Text Processing and Computational Linguistics Samos, Greece March 24-30, 2013 Springer LNCS


Topics:

All topics related with computational linguistics, natural language processing, human language technologies, information retrieval, etc.


PUBLICATION:

LNCS - Springer Lecture Notes in Computer Science; poster session: special issue of a journal


KEYNOTE SPEAKERS:

Sophia Ananiadou, Walter Daelemans, Roberto Navigli, Michael Thelwall


CULTURAL PROGRAM:

Three days of cultural activities: tours to Ephesus, Samos, and nearby islands


AWARDS:

Best paper, best student paper, best presentation, best poster, best software


SUBMISSION DEADLINES:

All topics related with computational linguistics, natural language processing, human language technologies, information retrieval, etc.

November 30: registration of tentative abstract

December 7: full text of registered papers


WWW 2013 Call for Papers – Research Track


http://www2013.org/authors/call-for-papers/

 


For more than two decades, the International World-Wide Web Conference has been the premier venue for researchers, academics, businesses, and standard bodies to come together and discuss latest updates on the state and evolutionary path of the Web. The main conference program of WWW 2013 will have 12 tracks (or themes) for refereed paper presentations and we invite you to submit your cutting-edge, exciting new breakthrough work. In addition to the main conference, WWW 2013 will have a series of co-located workshops, keynote speakers, tutorials, panels, a developers track, and a poster and demo session.

The CfP will be updated later with more detailed info about individual tracks, their topics and program committee members. The conference web site (www2013.org) will be updated regularly and monthly newsletters will keep you current with the latest information.


Important Dates


Main conference paper abstract registration:

Monday, November 19th, 2012 (23:59 Hawaii Standard Time)


Main conference full paper submission:

Monday, November 26th, 2012 (23:59 Hawaii Standard Time)


Paper notifications:

Friday, February 8th, 2013


Organization


General chairs: Virgilio Almeida (UFMG), Hartmut Glaser (NIC.br), Daniel Schwabe (PUC-Rio)

Program chairs: Ricardo Baeza-Yates, (Yahoo! Labs), Sue Moon (KAIST)


Tracks and Chairs


Behavioral analysis and personalization

Eugene Agichtein (Emory U), Yoelle Mareek (Yahoo! Labs)


Bridging structured and unstructured data - Details

Kevin Chang (UIUC), Peter Mika (Yahoo! Labs)


Content analysis - Details

Claire Cardie (Cornell), Evgeniy Gabrilovich (Google)


Internet monetization and incentives - Details

Vanja Josifovski (Google), David Pennock (MSR NYC)


Search systems and applications - Details

Soumen Chakrabarti (IIT Mumbai), Wei-Ying Ma (MSR Asia)


Security, privacy, trust, and abuse - Details

Krishna Gummadi (MPI-SWS), (TBA)


Semantic web - Details

Deborah McGuinness (RPI), Steffen Staab (U of Koblenz)


Social networks and graph analysis - Details

Sharad Goel (MSR NYC), Wolfgang Nejdl (U of Hannover), Ben Zhao (UCSB), Ashish Goel (U Stanford)


Software infrastructure and their performance, scalability, and availability - Details

Torsten Suel (PI), (TBA)


User interfaces, human factors, and smart devices - Details

James Landay (UW), Nuria Oliver (Telefonica R&D)


Web engineering - Details

Schahram Dustdar (TU Wien), Geert-Jan Houben (TU Delft)


Web mining - Details

Tanya Berger-Wolf (UIC), Bing Liu (UIC), Kyuseok Shim (SNU)


AAAI-13 CALL FOR PAPERS


http://www.aaai.org/Conferences/AAAI/aaai13.php

 


Timetable for Authors


  • December 3, 2012 – January 19, 2013: Authors register on the AAAI web site
  • January 19, 2013: Electronic abstracts due
  • January 22, 2013: Electronic papers due
  • March 11 – March 13, 2013: Author feedback about initial reviews
  • March 26, 2013: Notification of acceptance or rejection
  • April 9, 2013: Camera-ready copy due at AAAI office

AAAI-13 is the Twenty-Seventh AAAI Conference on Artificial Intelligence (AI). The purpose of this conference is to promote research in AI and scientific exchange among AI researchers, practitioners, scientists, and engineers in affiliated disciplines. AAAI-13 will have multiple technical tracks, student abstracts, poster sessions, invited speakers, and exhibit programs, all selected according to the highest reviewing standards. AAAI-13 welcomes submissions on mainstream AI topics as well as novel crosscutting work in related areas. Topics include but are not limited to the following:


  • Constraints and Satisfiability
  • Heuristic Search and Optimization
  • Knowledge-Based Systems
  • Knowledge Representation and Reasoning
  • Machine Learning
  • Multiagent Systems
  • Applications
  • Multidisciplinary Topics
  • Natural-Language Processing
  • Reasoning About Plans, Processes and Actions
  • Reasoning Under Uncertainty
  • Robotics

Papers that extend the state of the art, and explore parts of the design space of AI that are not well explored, are particularly encouraged. A full list of keywords is available at the AAAI-13 website.


Special Tracks

In addition to its main technical papers track, AAAI-13 will include several special paper tracks on focused topics, ideas previously presented at AI sister conferences, new challenges to the AI community, or other special areas of interest. The tracks are Artificial Intelligence and the Web, Cognitive Systems, Senior Members, Computational Sustainability and Artificial Intelligence, Robotics, and AI Subarea Spotlights.

Each special track has its own submission process and review criteria, and includes a program committee of reviewers with appropriate backgrounds. However, the tracks will be an integral part of the conference program and will be subject to the same high standards and rigorous review that are traditional in AAAI. In the proceedings, the special track papers will not be distinguished from the main track technical papers. The chairs may move submissions between tracks in case that allows for more appropriate reviewing. See the AAAI-13 website for details about the tracks.


Author Registration

Authors must register at the AAAI-13 web-based technical paper submission site (available December 3, 2012) before they submit their abstracts and papers. The software will assign a password, which will enable the author to log on to submit an abstract and paper. To avoid network problems in the last minute rush, authors are strongly encouraged to register as soon as possible after December 3, well in advance of the January 19 abstract deadline.


  • Registration will close at 11:59 PM PST on January 19, 2013.
  • Abstract submission will close at 11:59 PM PST on January 19, 2013.
  • Final paper submission will close at 11:59 PM PST on January 22, 2013.

Program Cochairs


  • Marie desJardins (University of Maryland, Baltimore County)
  • Michael L. Littman(Brown University)

A complete listing of conference track organizers, associate chairs, and senior program committee members will be available at the conference website.


ACL 2013 Student Research Workshop (ACL SRW 2013)


http://aclweb.org/portal/content/acl-2013-student-research-workshop

 


CALL FOR PAPERS


The ACL Student Session provides a venue for student researchers investigating topics in Computational Linguistics and Natural Language Processing to present their research, to meet potential advisors, and to receive feedback from the international research community.

The Student Session's goal is to aid students at multiple stages of their education: from those in the final stages of undergraduate training to those who are preparing their graduate thesis proposal. Towards this goal, we invite papers in two separate categories.


1. Thesis/Research Proposals: This category is appropriate for experienced students who wish to get feedback on their proposal and broader ideas for the field in order to strengthen their final research.


2. Research Papers: Most appropriate for students who are new to academic conferences. Papers in this category can describe completed work or work in progress with preliminary results.


Subject to the availability of established researcher volunteers, each accepted paper will be assigned a mentor, who will provide feedback on the work to the student at the conference. Separately, the committee will do its best to assign pre-submission mentors to students who wish to get feedback before the paper deadline. This service will be available on a first come, first served basis and does not guarantee acceptance into the workshop. Students who wish to take advantage of this opportunity should let the the co-chairs know via email no later than Saturday, December 29, 2012 and should submit a paper draft no later than Friday, January 18, 2013.


Topics

Relevant topics for the workshop include, but are not limited to, the following areas (in alphabetical order):

  • Cognitive modeling of language processing and psycholinguistics
  • Dialogue and interactive systems
  • Discourse, coreference and pragmatics
  • Evaluation methods
  • Information retrieval
  • Language resources
  • Lexical semantics and ontologies
  • Low resource language processing
  • Machine translation: methods, applications and evaluation
  • Multilinguality in NLP
  • NLP applications
  • NLP and creativity
  • NLP for the languages of Central and Eastern Europe and the Balkans
  • NLP for the Web and social media
  • Question answering
  • Semantics
  • Sentiment analysis, opinion mining and text classification
  • Spoken language processing
  • Statistical and Machine Learning methods in NLP
  • Summarization and generation
  • Syntax and parsing
  • Tagging and chunking
  • Text mining and information extraction
  • Word segmentation

Submission Requirements


Thesis/Research Proposals may contain previously published work and must include specific research directions. They may also be in the style of a position paper that surveys and critiques existing literature, but must suggest future research directions. Proposals may only have one author, who must be a student.


Research Papers must describe original completed work or work in progress and should clearly indicate directions for future research wherever appropriate. The first author of multi-author papers MUST be a student, though it is not required that additional co-authors be students. Research Papers must not have been presented at any other meeting with publicly available published proceedings. Students who have already presented at a past ACL/EACL/NAACL Student Research Workshop may not be the first author on a Research Paper (though they may still be the first author of a Thesis/Research Proposal). They should instead submit their papers either to the main conference or to the Thesis/Research Proposal track. Students must indicate whether a paper has been submitted to another conference or workshop.


Important Dates

  • Pre-submission mentoring service application: December 29, 2012
  • Pre-submission mentoring paper deadline: January 18, 2013
  • Submission deadline: March 3, 2013
  • Notification of acceptance: April 24, 2013
  • Camera-ready submission deadline: May 24, 2013
  • Conference dates: August 5-7, 2013 (The session will be held during the

Organising Committee

Student Chairs

  • Anik Dey, The Hong Kong University of Science & Technology
  • Sebastian Krause, German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence
  • Ivelina Nikolova, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences
  • Eva Vecchi, Università di Trento

Faculty Advisors

  • Steven Bethard, University of Colorado Boulder & KU Leuven
  • Preslav I. Nakov, Qatar Computing Research Institute
  • Feiyu Xu, German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence

Call For Participation - AIRS'2012 - Tianjin, China

 


The Eighth Asia Information Retrieval Societies Conference (AIRS2012)


December 17th -19th, 2012, Tianjin, (P. R. China)


http://airs2012.tju.edu.cn

Based on the success of seven previous AIRS conferences, the AIRS'2012 will be offering great experience for participants from all over the world. The Asia Information Retrieval Societies Conference (AIRS) aims to bring together researchers and developers to exchange new ideas and latest progress in the field of information retrieval (IR). The scope of the conference covers applications, systems, technologies and theory aspects of information retrieval in text and multimedia data. The AIRS 2012 welcomes submissions of original papers in the broad field of information retrieval. We particularly welcome papers on IR for Asian languages.


This year, over 50 related papers from all over the world will be presented in the conference. Please find the information about the program and accommodation of the conference on the website of AIRS'2012 (http://airs2012.tju.edu.cn). If you have any other questions or requests, please do not hesitate to contact us.


We are honored to have keynote speakers for AIRS'2012:


  • Norbert Fuhr, University of Duisburg-Essen
  • Haifeng Wang, Baidu

The online registration and accommodation ordering is now available at the http://airs2012.tju.edu.cn


Please notice the time points and prices for registration


Early-bird Registration is available until 23:59, October30, 2012 GMT+8.00.

Normal Registration is available until 23:59, November20, 2012 GMT+8.00.


  Early Bird:(until 30 Oct. 2012) Normal:(until 20 Nov. 2012) Late/on-site:(after 21 Nov 2012)
Student $190.0 (US$)/¥1200.0 (CN¥) $220.0 (US$)/¥1400.0 (CN¥) $250.0 (US$)/¥1600.0 (CN¥)
Other $320.0 (US$)/¥2050.0 (CN¥) $360.0 (US$)/¥2300.0 (CN¥) $400.0 (US$)/¥2550.0 (CN¥)

-- Organizing Committee –-


General Co-Chairs

Yuexian Hou (School of Computer Science and Technology, Tianjin University, China)

Le Sun (Institute of Software, Chinese Academy of Sciences)


-- Program Committee --


PC Chair

Jian-Yun Nie (University of Montreal)


-- Area Chairs --


1. IR Models and Theories

Bin Wang (Institute of Computing Technology, Chinese Academy of Sciences),

Massimo Melucci (University of Padua)

 

2. User Study, IR Evaluation, and Interactive IR

Noriko Kando (National Institute of Informatics),

Ian Soboroff (National Institute of Standards and Technology)

 

3. Web IR, Scalability, and IR in social media

Jianfeng Gao (Microsoft Research),

Shiqi Zhao (Baidu)

 

4. Multimedia IR

Joemon Jose (University of Glasgow)

Dawei Song (Robert Gordon University)

 

5. NLP for IR

Wanxiang Che (Harbin Institute of Technology),

Guodong Zhou (Soochow University)

 

6. Machine Learning and Data Mining for IR

Hang Li (Huawei Technologies),

Wei Lam (Chinese University of Hong Kong)

 

7. IR Applications

Jimmy Huang (York University),

Hsin-Hsi Chen (National Taiwan University)

Local Organization Chair

Ruiguo Yu (School of Computer Science and Technology, Tianjin University)

Industry Track Chair


Bin Wang (Computing Technology, Chinese Academy of Sciences)

Publicity Chair


Bo Wang (School of Computer Science and Technology, Tianjin University)

Proceedings Chair


Peng Zhang (School of Computing, Robert Gordon University)

Looking forward to meeting you in Tianjin!


学术资源



中国数据库学术会议资料

 

包括大会报告、新技术报告及研究生学术辅导的PPT。

下载地址:http://kdelab.ustc.edu.cn/ndbc2012/index.html



Good Freely Available Textbooks on Machine Learning

 

  • The Elements of Statistical Machine Learning is a great text covering most core topics in supervised learning along with a bit of unsupervised learning and some other specialist areas (like high dimensional problems).
  • Information Theory, Inference, and Learning Algorithms covers what the title suggests. It doesn't have a great deal of depth on the machine learning topics but is good for an overview of the techniques used in Bayesian inference.
  • Gaussian Processes for Machine Learning is the definitive reference for Gaussian processes.
  • Data-Intensive Text Processing with MapReduce contains patterns for implementing your algorithm in the Map-Reduce framework.
  • Reinforcement Learning: An Introduction covers the fundamentals of bandit algorithms and reinforcement learning in fully observable worlds (MDPs). Note it says very little about generalisation and practically nothing about acting in partially observable worlds (POMDPs). Since this book was published there has been substantial work in all areas of reinforcement learning; while the book will give you the basics you'll have to do a lot of reading in the literature to catch up to current work.

详细内容:http://metaoptimize.com/qa/questions/186/good-freely-available-textbooks-on-machine-learning


会议简报



"两岸四地语言问题名家对话"(新闻稿)

 


        2012年10月12日18:30分,由山东大学学术研究部、山东省语委办、山东省语言学会、山东省国外语言学会联合主办、山东大学文学与新闻传播学院与山东大学外国语学院联合协办的首届"两岸四地语言问题名家对话"在山东大学校本部科学会堂举行。

        中国社会科学院前副院长、国家社科基金语言组组长江蓝生教授,中国语文现代化学会前会长北京大学苏培成教授,香港岭南大学汉语教育与测试中文前主任田小琳教授,全国语言文字标准化技术委员会汉语语汇分会主任委员、澳门语言文化研究中心执行主任周荐教授,台湾淡江大学人文学院高婉瑜教授以及河北大学国际教育学院常务副院长郭伏良教授作为特邀演讲嘉宾出席了此次对话。

        山东省语言学会会长、山东大学文学与新闻传播学院盛玉麒教授主持了此次对话。他首先从两岸四地"人同种、语同源、字同根"入题,指出在信息网络时代经济全球化的背景下,增进沟通和了解、求同存异、和谐发展,是全球华人的共同愿景,更是两岸四地语言学家关注和关心的热门话题。他列举了关于简繁汉字、同形异义、同义异形、同源异形以及字母词、网言网语等问题,请各位演讲嘉宾,就自己所关注的问题发表演讲。

        江蓝生先生首先就最新修订出版的《现代汉语词典》第六版收录字母词的原则、标准、目的做了阐述,从最早收入词典的"X光"到CT、B超、GDP、WTO等实际例子,回应了社会上少数人的不同意见。她认为词典编撰应面向应用,与时俱进,《现汉》6版所收的239来条字母词只占现代汉语词典总词数的2-3%,不会影响汉语词汇的主体,但是却方便了广大汉语使用者的日常应用。

        香港岭南大学的田小琳教授从香港特区"两文三语"语文生活的实际,谈了对社区词研究的经验体会。介绍了台湾中华文化总会与大陆合作编辑出版《两岸现代汉语常用词典》及共建"语言知识库"收入香港社区词等情况,论述了全球华人不同社区词研究的学术意义和应用价值。同时对《现代汉语词典》第六版收入字母词表示了积极支持的态度。

        北京大学中文系苏培成教授重点谈了简繁汉字的问题。他认为,汉字发展的历史伴随着繁化和简化两条路线,其中简化是汉字发展的主流。认为只有繁体字能记录和学习传统文化的观点是片面的,对文字学的基本原理存在误解。他列举了建国以来国内出版的大量简体版古代文献为例,证明简体字同样能起到文化传承的作用。

        澳门语言文化研究中心执行主任、国家语委标准化委员会语汇分标委主任周荐教授从词汇学理论和应用出发,结合澳门语言文化生活实际,重点谈了字母词在现代语言生活中的作用,认为语言规范和标准化的前提是满足交际的正常进行,提高交际的效率。字母词是客观社会生活在语言上的反映。我们应该从实际出发,看待语言词汇系统的新发展、新变化。

        河北大学国际教育学院常务副院长、词汇学博士郭伏良教授结合当年研究字母词的博士论文,简要而系统地介绍了汉语字母词产生的原因、结构类型、语用特点和发展趋势,并对不同来源的字母词做了进一步分析。认为《现代汉语词典》六版所收的字母词,经过长期使用和专家筛选,获得了社会的普遍接受,具有稳定性和社会心理可接受性。

        台湾淡江大学中文系高婉瑜教授介绍了台湾学者研究岛内字母词使用的社会问卷调查的数据。问卷以不同年龄、不同职业的台湾受访民众为对象,把对待字母词的态度分为"①可以接受、②有特殊表达功能、③简洁方便、④没感觉或无所谓、⑤反对"等几个类型。结果显示,反对字母词和觉得无所谓的只占百分之十到二十,而支持和欢迎的高达50%以上。这个结果给大家提供了足资参考的数据。

        主持人盛玉麒教授指出,多媒体技术和网络文化的普及,加速了不同语言文化的接触和交流,也促进了多元语言文化社会生活的形成。字母、数字、表情符号等非汉字符号不断进入书面语中,冲击了传统书面汉语汉字符号的一统天下。这其中既涉及到词汇学理论问题、也是一个实践问题。需要各方面的调适和探讨。聆听语言学家的学术与语言生活相结合的对话,对于两岸四地语言文字使用者和研究者,排疑解难,正本清源,都具有重要的现实意义和深远的历史意义。希望有更多人关注两岸四地语言问题的沟通与对话,共同为建设共同的语言文化家园添砖加瓦、建言献策。

        现场观众来自山东大学文学与新闻传播学院、山东大学外国语学院、山东大学法学院、国际教育学院以及参加词汇学国际会议和英语写作国际会议的部分专家代表近300人。有20多位观众以递交纸条方式提出各种问题。主持人分类归纳为后交给嘉宾,分别作了重点回答。对话现场专家与观众互动,气氛热烈。

        最后,山东省语委办主任梁斌言、山东大学学术研究部副部长魏建、山东大学文学与新闻传播学院党委副书记张帅、山东大学外国语学院副院长李建刚走上台,代表主办方给演讲嘉宾颁发纪念牌并合影留念。


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Call for Candidates for the Editor-in-Chief of ACM TALIP

 


The term of the current editor of the ACM Transactions on Asian Language Information Processing (TALIP), will end soon. A search committee has been formed to identify candidates for Editor-in-Chief and to recommend the most suitable one to the ACM Publications Board.


Search Committee

    Jian-Yun Nie, University of Montreal (Canada), Chair

    Gary Geunbae Lee, POSTECH (South Korea)

    Haifeng Wang, Baidu (China) Ee-Peng Lim, Singapore Management University (Singapore), ACM Publications Board Liaison


The Position

    The position is for a term (renewable once) of three years, starting in May 2013. The duties of ACM Editors-in-Chief are summarized in http://www.acm.org/publications/policies/evaluation. Further information can be found in ACM Publications Policies (http://www.acm.org/publications/policies/policies-toc ).


Qualifications

    Candidates should be well-established researchers in areas related to computational linguistics, information retrieval and NLP ap plications for Asian languages, broadly conceived, and should have sufficient experience serving on conference program committees and journal editorial boards.


Nomination Process

    Nominations should be sent by email to Jian-Yun Nie (nie@iro.umontreal.ca ).

    To nominate a colleague, send a summary of candidate's relevant research contributions and editorial qualifications. The committee accepts self-nominations, which should include a current curriculum vita and a brief (one page) statement of the candidate's vision for TALIP.


Dead line

    The committee will start evaluating candidates after November 30, 2012. Nominations arriving after this date are not guaranteed to be considered.


Jian-Yun Nie

University of Montreal

nie@iro.umontreal.ca

中国科学院软件研究所计算机科学国家重点实验室主任招聘启事

 


        计算机科学国家重点实验室于1994年12月经中国科学院批准正式对外开放,2005年1月经科技部批准开始建设国家重点实验室,2007年9月通过验收。实验室依托于中国科学院软件研究所,从事计算机科学理论与软件技术的基础研究。实验室现有固定人员44名,其中中国科学院院士3名,国家杰出青年基金获得者2名,"百人计划"研究员5名。实验室在国内外学术界拥有广泛的联系和良好的声誉。实验室研究人员曾获得国家自然科学奖一等奖一项、二等奖两项,国家科技进步奖二等奖五项。

        根据《国家重点实验室建设与运行管理办法》以及中国科学院《关于2012年信息领域国家重点实验室换届工作的通知》的有关规定,现向国内外公开招聘实验室主任。具体事项如下:


    一、应聘条件

    1. 本领域高水平的学术带头人,具有开阔的战略视野,较深的学术造诣和较高的国内外知名度

    2. 具有主持科研项目的经验和较强的组织管理与协调能力;

    3.具有广泛的国内外学术联系与较强的国际学术交流能力;

    4.学风正派、身体健康,具有高度的敬业精神;

    5.年龄一般不超过60岁,每年在实验室工作时间不少于9个月。


    二、应聘程序

    1. 自本公告公布之日起开始报名,报名截止日期为2012年 11月30日。

    2. 应聘者报名时需提供以下材料:

      (1) 个人学习、工作简历;

      (2) 主要研究成果简述(1000 字以内);

      (3) 主要学术论文和成果清单;

      (4) 对实验室的管理设想和预期目标;

      (5) 三名推荐人的推荐信及其联系信息。

      我们将根据报名情况择优通知参加答辩。


    三、联系方式

    联 系 人: 刘亚君 张晓刚

    联系电话: 62661017,62661009

    传      真: 62562533

    电子邮件:yajun@iscas.ac.cn    xiaogang@iscas.ac.cn

    通信地址: 北京中关村南四街 4号中国科学院软件研究所

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