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TAG+11 will feature talks and posters on a range of aspects of Tree Adjoining Grammar and related systems, including syntactic and semantic theory, mathematical properties, and computational and algorithmic studies of parsing, interpretation and generation, corpus-based research and grammar development, and psycholinguistic modeling.
Place : University Paris-Diderot.
Guest(s) : Kevin Knight – University of Southern California, USA - Bonnie Webber – University of Edinburgh, Scotland
This is the ninth in the series of biannual workshops Coding and Cryptography. It is organized by INRIA and will be held in Paris at the Institut Henri Poincaré (IHP). Our aim is to bring together researchers in all aspects of coding theory, cryptography and related areas, theoretical or applied.
Place : Institut Henri Poincaré (IHP) - 11 Rue Pierre et Marie Curie, 75005 Paris
Guest(s) : Daniel J. Katz (California State University, Northridge, USA), Swastik Kopparty (Rutgers University, USA), Emmanuel Thomé (INRIA, France)
This workshop will bring together researchers interested in the computational aspects of enabling robots to interact with and learn from humans.
Place : Inria center of Paris 2, rue Simone Iff 75012 Paris, Room Jacques-Louis Lions (1)
While optimization has been playing a key role in signal and image processing for many decades, the signal and image processing community has made tremendous progress in the last ten years by adopting proximal methods. That breakthrough paved the way to large scale image processing in inverse problems (compressive sensing, deconvolution, inpainting…) as well as new and more involved modalities.
Place : Salle Jacques-Louis Lions 2 at Inria Paris Research Center
Prize and distinction
Inria Research Centers
- Paris (5)