This volume contains a selection of papers that were presented at
the fourth CLIN meeting. The fourth CLIN meeting was held in Groningen
on November 25 1993.
The aim of the CLIN meeting is to provide an opportunity for Dutch (in the widest sense possible) computational linguists to report on their work. The CLIN meeting also functions as an informal meeting place. As in previous years the program indicated that the CLIN meeting is not only important for the local Dutch and Belgian scene, but clearly has an international appeal to it. We were very happy that Ewan Klein (University of Edinburgh) accepted to function as our Keynote Speaker.
The program listed 24 papers. Sixteen papers were eventually submitted for inclusion in this volume. After the reviewing procedure, a selection of 12 papers remained. You will find these papers here. This year the contents of the CLIN proceedings are also available electronically, thru World Wide Web, as a sub-page of the Home Page of CLIN:
CLIN Home Page
If you don't have access to a WWW server you can try anonymous ftp to
ftp.let.rug.nl in directory pub/vannoord/Clin4.
We would like to thank all the people who contributed to the fourth CLIN meeting. In particular we are grateful to the reviewers (Walter Daelemans, Joke Dorrepaal, Jan van Eijck, Jan Landsbergen, John Nerbonne en Anton Nijholt). Thanks are also due to BCN (Groningen Center for Behavioral &Cognitive Neurosciences) and the CLCG (Center for Language and Cognition Groningen). Their financial support allowed us to organise the meeting, and to produce these proceedings.
See you at the next CLIN!
Groningen, September 1994
Gosse Bouma and Gertjan van Noord
To the Abstracts of the papers with links to the individual papers in dvi and postscript format.
To the Table of Contents with links to the individual papers in dvi and postscript format.
To the statistics page. How often is each paper accessed? What is the most popular paper?? Interesting questions especially if you're an author!