The Tenth Workshop of the Association for Computational
Linguistics' Special Interest Group in Morphology and Phonology
The purpose of the SIGMORPHON workshop is to bring together researchers interested in applying computational techniques to problems in morphology, phonology, and phonetics. See the Call for Papers for more detail and submission guidelines. The workshop is held as part of the ACL's annual conference, this year at Ohio State University.This is SIGMORPHON's first workshop whose scope reflects the SIG's new charter, which has expanded with ACL's approval to include morphology and phonetics as well as phonology.
|9:00–10:00||Invited talk: Phonological Models in Automatic Speech Recognition|
|10:00–10:30||Bayesian Learning over Conflicting Data: Predictions for Language Change|
|11:00–11:30||A Bayesian Model of Natural Language Phonology: Generating Alternations from Underlying Forms|
|11:30–12:00||Unsupervised Word Segmentation for Sesotho Using Adaptor Grammars|
|14:00–15:00||Invited talk: Counting Rankings|
|15:00–15:30||Three Correlates of the Typological Frequency of Quantity-Insensitive Stress Systems|
Max Bane and Jason Riggle
|16:00–16:30||Phonotactic Probability and the Maori Passive: A Computational Approach|
‘Ōiwi Parker Jones
|16:30–17:00||Evaluating an Agglutinative Segmentation Model for ParaMor|
Christian Monson, Alon Lavie, Jaime Carbonell and Lori Levin
|Early registration deadline||May 17, 2008|
|Workshop Meeting||June 19, 2008|
There are two main organizers: Jason Eisner and Jeffrey Heinz.
We prefer contact by email: email@example.com.
If you need to contact the organizers by phone, mail or fax, please contact Heinz:
Linguistics and Cognitive Science
42 E. Delaware Ave
University of Delaware
Newark, DE 19716
SIGMORPHON has met nine times since 1994 (prior to 2007 under the name SIGPHON). Recent workshops include SIGMORPHON 2007 and SIGPHON 2006.
Proceedings of all the past workshops can be found here.
Last updated: January 9, 2008