Clippers is our forum for informal discussion of all issues related to computational linguistics: from work in progress of visitors and people in the department, over presentation of new papers, to practical concerns such as hints on the use of CL related software tools.
To see what happened in previous quarters of Clippers, you can check out the pages of some previous quarters: Autumn 02 Spring 02, Autumn 01
Everyone with an interest in computational linguistics is most welcome!
When and where: Mondays at 1730-1900 or in Oxley 309 5:30-7:00 (unless other room/time is explicitly mentioned). New location for Feb 17: Campbell Hall CM 0271. Reason: Oxley 309 is way too airless when there are lots of us.
|13 Jan Chris Brew: Generic XML Programs PPT PNG PDF Compressed Postscript|
|20 Jan Martin Luther King's Birthday (no class)|
|24 Jan Linguistics Speaker Series:David Yarowsky, Johns Hopkins (Oxley 122, 3:30 pm) (N.B. Friday)|
|24 Jan Prospective student Ilona Bromberg visits|
|27 JanTime: 5:30-7:00 Chris Brew How to become a better programmer|
|3 FebTime: 5:30-7:00 Chris Brew: Spam filters and beyond. PPT HTM|
|10 Feb Donna Byron: something on pronouns and anaphora|
|17 FebTime: 5:30-7:00: Location Campbell
Postponed due to snow
Martin Jansche: Parametric models of token frequency in documents abstract
|24 FebTime: 5:30-7:00 Martin Jansche: Parametric models of token frequency in documents abstract|
|3 MarTime: 5:30-7:00 Markus and Detmar|
|10 Mar: 5:30-7:00 Mike Daniels: Parsing of Generalized ID/LP Grammars over compound terms.|