Summer School in Language Engineering

From: Mark Leisher (
Date: Tue Mar 02 1999 - 13:37:35 EST

This summer we will be holding a practical summer school for computational
linguists and natural language processing specialists.

The first course has to do with the "Ecology" of NLP, and this involves some
discussion of the mechanics of scripts, including character sets, punctuation,
dates and numbers, and markup, along with other mechanical issues. Unicode
will undoubtedly appear somewhere on the agenda of this course.

For those of you who have been itching to get to the desert Southwest, you
might be able to find some more motivation here:

In addition, hiking parties for local sites are sure to form, and we have some
challenging but excellent mountain biking trails nearby.
Mark Leisher
Computing Research Lab ... but as they say,
New Mexico State University "I like to put the 'punk' back in punctual."
Box 30001, Dept. 3CRL -- Hurl Everstone, Dirt Rag #70 Interview
Las Cruces, NM 88003

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