Search the FAQ Archives

3 - A - B - C - D - E - F - G - H - I - J - K - L - M
N - O - P - Q - R - S - T - U - V - W - X - Y - Z
faqs.org - Internet FAQ Archives

Artificial Intelligence FAQ: Newsgroups and Mailing Lists 2/6 [Monthly posting]
Section - [2-33] Natural Language Processing

( Part1 - Part2 - Part3 - Part4 - Part5 - Part6 - Part7 - Single Page )
[ Usenet FAQs | Web FAQs | Documents | RFC Index | Business Photos and Profiles ]


Top Document: Artificial Intelligence FAQ: Newsgroups and Mailing Lists 2/6 [Monthly posting]
Previous Document: [2-31] Machine Learning
Next Document: [2-34] Qualitative Physics
See reader questions & answers on this topic! - Help others by sharing your knowledge

Information Retrieval:
   irlist <ir-l%uccvma.bitnet@vm1.nodak.edu>

   To subscribe send the following command to LISTSERV@UCCVMA.BITNET:
      SUB IR-L your_full_name
   where "your_full_name" is your real name, not your login Id.
   Non-BitNet users can join by sending the above command as the only
   line in the text/body of a message to
   LISTSERV%UCCVMA.BITNET@VM1.NODAK.EDU. 

   Moderator: IRLUR%UCCMVSA.BITNET@VM1.NODAK.EDU

Natural Language and Knowledge Representation (moderated):
   nl-kr@ai.sunnyside.com (formerly nl-kr@cs.rpi.edu, nl-kr@cs.rochester.edu)
   Gatewayed to the newsgroup comp.ai.nlang-know-rep.

   To subscribe, send LISTSERV commands to NL-KR-REQUEST@ai.sunnyside.com.

   Back issues are available from 
      ftp://ai.sunnyside.com/pub/nl-kr/
   in the subdirectories Vxx/ as the files Nyy.Z. For example, issue 
   number 1 of volume 1 will be found as /nl-kr/V01/N01.Z. Mail requests
   for backissues will not be promptly satisfied. The gopher server is
      gopher://ai.sunnyside.com:70/pub/nl-kr
   and the URL is
      http://ai.sunnyside.com/pub/nl-kr

   The NL-KR Digest will be slowly evolving into a citeable electronic journal.

   All requests to be added to or deleted from this list, problems,
   questions, etc., should be sent to nl-kr-request@ai.sunnyside.com.

Natural Language Generation:
   siggen@black.bgu.ac.il

   Mailing list for the ACL Special Interest Group on Natural Language
   Generation. Open to anybody interested in NLG.

   The FTP repository,
      ftp://black.bgu.ac.il/pub/siggen/ [132.72.40.7]
   contains archives of SIGGEN messages, the Dale and Kantrowitz NLG
   bibliographies, and some software.

   Moderated by Michael Elhadad. The siggen mailing list includes roughly
   170 people.

Parsing:
   sigparse@cs.cmu.edu      

Speech Interfaces:

   Electronic Communal Temporal Lobe (or ECTL) is a moderated mailing list
   for speech interface enthusiats. To subscribe, send a message with your
   name, institution, department, daytime phone and an email address to
   ectl-request@snowhite.cis.uoguelph.ca. If you have trouble with this mail
   address, call David Leip at (519) 824-4120 x3709 (office) x4297 (lab). 

   ECTL has an anonymous ftp archive which is located at
      snowhite.cis.uoguelph.ca:/pub/ectl/ [131.104.48.1]
   Included in the archive are: all issues of ECTL, as well as a list
   of subscribers, lists of speech related products (s/w & h/w), and a
   list of speech related technical report abstracts. If you would
   like to contribute to the archive, please send mail to
      ectl-sub@snowhite.cis.uoguelph.ca 
   If you need information about how to ftp, or such things, please
   send mail to
      ectl-request@snoehite.cis.uoguelph.ca

Statistics, Natural Language, and Computing:
   empiricists@csli.stanford.edu

   Corpus-based studies of natural language, statistical natural language 
   processing, methods that enable systems to deal with and scale up to
   real-world usage, as well as how the various techniques can be useful
   in such areas as information retrieval and human-computer interaction.

   All requests to be added to or deleted from this list, problems,
   questions, etc., should be sent to empiricists-request@csli.stanford.edu

Dependency Grammar
   dg@ai.uga.edu

   Syntactic theory, analysis, and parsing using dependency grammar
   (i.e., using links between individual words rather than a constituency
   tree).

   All requests for subscriptions or other assistance should be addressed
   to mcovingt@ai.uga.edu.

Prosody:

   To subscribe, send a one-line message to listserv@purccvm.bitnet
   in the following format:

      subscribe prosody <Your Full Name>


Translation and Interpretation of Natural Language:
   lantra-l%finhutc.bitnet@cunyvm.cuny.edu

   To add or remove yourself from the list, send a message to
   listserv%finhutc.bitnet@cunyvm.cuny.edu.  The sender of the message
   you send must be the name (E-mail address) you want to add or remove
   from the list.  The text body of the message should be:
      SUBSCRIBE LANTRA-L your_full_name
   or:
      SIGNOFF LANTRA-L
   where your_full_name is your normal name, not your E-mail address.


Text Analysis and Natural Language Applications:
   SCHOLAR%CUNYVM.BITNET@uga.cc.uga.edu

   SCHOLAR is an online information service covering all aspects of
   natural language processing in such fields as literary studies,
   linguistics, history and lexicography. It consists of information like
   book reviews, project reports database listings, a conference
   calendar, and news of hardware and software relevant to the field.
   SCHOLAR is distributed occasionally as the quantity of information
   received allows. Contributions should be sent to Joseph Raben
   <jqrqc@cunyvm.cuny.edu>.

   To add or remove yourself from the list, send a message to
   listserv@cunyvm.cuny.edu.  The sender of the message
   you send must be the name (E-mail address) you want to add or remove
   from the list.  The text body of the message should be:
      SUBSCRIBE SCHOLAR your_full_name
   or:
      SIGNOFF SCHOLAR
   where your_full_name is your normal name, not your E-mail address.
   For technical assistance, send mail to <lnaqc@cunyvm.cuny.edu>.

   SCHOLAR files are available by anonymous ftp from jhuvm.hcf.jhu.edu
   [128.220.2.2]. Use username scholar and type your login userid as a
   password. The index of SCHOLAR files is SCHOLAR.INDEX. The WWW for
   SCHOLAR is
      gopher://jhuniverse.hcf.jhu.edu/11/.HAC/Journals/.SCHOLAR/
   and includes a WAIS search engine.      

   The files are also available by listserv.  For an explanation of
   the coding system for items in SCHOLAR, send mail to
      <listserv@cunyvm.cuny.edu> 
   with the following as the body of the message: 
	   Get SCHOLAR COD 
   To retrieve the entire release send mail to <listserv@cunyvm.cuny.edu>
   with the folowing as the body of the message: 
	   Get AZ Package
   
Text Corpora:
   corpora@nora.hd.uib.no

   Text corpora compilation, availability, and use.

   All requests to be added to or deleted from this list, problems,
   questions, etc., should be sent to corpora-request@nora.hd.uib.no.

   Files relating to the mailing list are available by anonymous ftp from
      nora.hd.uib.no:/pub/corpora/ [129.177.24.42]
   by mailserver from fileserv@nora.hd.uib.no (send a message with "help" 
   and "index" in the body to get help), or by gopher from
      gopher://nora.hd.uib.no:70/

   The list is hosted at the Norwegian Computing Centre for the Humanities
   in Bergen, Norway. Questions about these services can be directed to:
   Knut Hofland <knut@x400.hd.uib.no>.

Speech production and perception:
   foNETiks <fonetiks@mailbase.ac.uk>

   foNETiks is a monthly newsletter distributed by e-mail. The 
   focus is on speech production, speech perception, speech disorders,
   automatic speech recognition and speech synthesis. It carries
   job advertisements, notices of conferences, and other news of 
   general interest to phoneticians and speech scientists.

   To be added to the list, send a message to 
      mailbase@mailbase.ac.uk 
   with
      join fonetiks first_name last_name
   in the message body, replacing "first_name" and "last_name" with your
   first and last names respectively. To get an index of files
   associated with the list (e.g., archives of previous issues), put
      index FONETIKS
   in the message body. To get off the list, put
      leave fonetiks       
   in the message body.

   The current editors are Linda Shockey and Gerry Docherty. They can
   be reached at fonetiks-request@mailbase.ac.uk.

   Contributions should be sent to fonetiks@mailbase.ac.uk.
   
LN:
   ln@frmop11.bitnet

   LN is an international electronic distribution list for computational
   linguistics, with a French emphasis. Although the list is primarily
   French-speaking, there are some posts in English.  Topics of interest
   include computational lexicography, study and use of corpora,
   statistical models, as well as the usual calls for papers, conference
   announcements, requests and discussions.  The list is jointly
   sponsored by the Association for Computational Linguistics (ACL) and
   the Association for Computers and the Humanities (ACH).

   To join LN, send a message to LISTSERV@FRMOP11.BITNET, containing only
   the following line:
      SUBSCRIBE LN your name

   Send messages to be transmitted on the list to LN@FRMOP11.BITNET.  
   The list is moderated by Jean Veronis <veronis@vassar.bitnet> 
   (GRTC-CNRS, France) and Pierre Zweigenbaum <zweig@frsim51.bitnet>
   (DIAM-INSERM, France).

Linguist:  	
   linguist@tamvm1.tamu.edu

   The LINGUIST list is a moderated international list containing discussion
   primarily of linguistics, although discussion of related fields is welcome.

   To subscribe to the list, send a message to
      listserv@tamvm1.tamu.edu
   containing as its first and only line:
      sub linguist <Your Full Name>

   The URL for the linguist list archive is:
      gopher://nic.merit.edu:7055/11/linguistics/linguist.list/

BILDIL: 
   BILDIL is a Turkish NLP Discussion Group. 

   To subscribe, send a message to listserv@trmetu.bitnet with 
      sub bildil <your name> <your last name>
   in the message body.

ELSNET:
   elsnet-list@cogsci.ed.ac.uk

   ELSNET is the European Network in Language and Speech mailing list.
   This mailing list is used to announce activities, post job openings,
   or discuss issues which are relevant to persons in the European
   natural language and speech communities.

   To join, send mail to elsnet@cogsci.ed.ac.uk

GESTURE-L:
   gesture-l@coombs.anu.edu.au

   The GESTURE-L mailing list discusses the study of gestures, sign
   language, and related topics.

   To subscribe to the list, send mail to
      majordomo@coombs.anu.edu.au
   with 
      subscribe gesture-l <your email address>
   in the message body.

   Archives are available as
     gopher://coombs.anu.edu.au:70/

Paramind:
   Paramind@eskimo.com

   The Paramind mailing list is for discussion of concepts of
   computer-generated writing, especially those related to the theory of
   the "telical exhaustion of the interaction of words". Telical means,
   "towards an useful end".

   To be added to the list, send a message to Paramind-request@eskimo.com.

   The list's FAQ can be obtained by anonymous ftp from
      ftp://eskimo.com/usr/ftp/paramind/

   The list is coordinated by telical@eskimo.com.

LFG:

   This mailing list concerns Lexical-Functional Grammar. 

   To subscribe, send mail to majordomo@list.stanford.edu.
   with 
      subscribe lfg
   in the message body.

ConLang:
   conlang@diku.dk

   For discussion of any constructed or planned languages (from
   Esperanto to Loglan/Lojban to Klingon, including AI-based languages). 

   To subscribe, write conlang-request@diku.dk or listserv@diku.dk.

User Contributions:

Comment about this article, ask questions, or add new information about this topic:

CAPTCHA




Top Document: Artificial Intelligence FAQ: Newsgroups and Mailing Lists 2/6 [Monthly posting]
Previous Document: [2-31] Machine Learning
Next Document: [2-34] Qualitative Physics

Part1 - Part2 - Part3 - Part4 - Part5 - Part6 - Part7 - Single Page

[ Usenet FAQs | Web FAQs | Documents | RFC Index ]

Send corrections/additions to the FAQ Maintainer:
crabbe@usna.edu





Last Update March 27 2014 @ 02:11 PM