The International Workshop on Natural Language Understanding and Logic
Programming was first organized in Rennes,
in 1984. Since then similar workshops took place in Vancouver,
Canada (1987), Dalgharten,
Sweden (1991), Nara,
Japan (1993), Lisbon,
Portugal (1995) and Las
Cruces, New Mexico (1999).
This year, NLULP is again affiliated with ICLP, The International Conference
on Logic Programming, which is held as part of FLoC'02, the major computational logic
event of the year.
The Workshop aims to cover all aspects of the intersection of Natural
Language Understanding with Logic Programming and Constraint (Logic)
Programming, both theoretical and practical, in all levels of
linguistic investigation. Special emphasis was given to works
addressing the logical, mathematical and computational relationships
between linguistic formalisms and logic programming.
NLULP has its own web page at http://cs.haifa.ac.il/~shuly/nlulp02/ .
Shuly Wintner <email@example.com>
of Computer Science
(4) 8249331 (fax)
Dahl, Simon Fraser U, Canada
Fong, NEC Princeton, USA
Francez, Israel Inst. of Techn.
Johnson, Brown U, USA
Koch, U Copenhagen, Denmark
Pereira Lopes, New U of Lisbon, Portugal
Meurers, Ohio State U, USA
Minnen, Motorola Schaumburg, USA
van Noord, U Groningen, The Netherlands
Penn, U Toronto, Canada
Popowich, Gavagai Techn., Canada
Rolbert, LIM Marseille, France
Sabatier, LIM Marseille, France
Tsujii, U Tokyo, Japan
Vogel, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland