Preliminary Discussion Forum for the 3rd MIC Sorbonne workshop (Paris, Nov. 15-16, 2012)

New Standards for Language Studies
Nouveaux Standards pour les Sciences du Langage

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CELTA 2012

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Rationale for this workshop

Interactive Linguistic methods need pre-established interdisciplinary meta-theoretical knowledge as well as initial theoretical assumptions for describing language (corpus) data symbolically.

1 1 01/10/12 15:40 by Wlodarczyk A

Interactive Linguistics

Using computers as research partners rather than as tools: Knowledge Discovery in Databases (KDD).
1 2 17/10/12 00:06 by Wlodarczyk A

AS & MIC - Theories and Applications

Associative Semantics and Meta-Informative Centering of Utterances/Discourse. How are these related to other attempts to explain linguistic expression?
4 8 16/10/12 16:49 by Stachowiak F

Philosophical Vistas

How can the topics discussed at CELTA be positioned in relation to mainstream language studies? How is MIC theory related to the computational theory of 'centering'?
1 9 12/11/12 10:35 by Zielinska D

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