Message from the general chair

@inproceedings{Lee2015MessageFT,
  title={Message from the general chair},
  author={Benjamin C. Lee},
  booktitle={ISPASS},
  year={2015}
}
The ability to understand spatial prepositions and motion i n atural language will enable a variety of new applications involving systems that can respond to verbal directions, map travel guides, display incident reports, etc., providi ng for enhanced information extraction, question-answering, information retrieval, and more prin cipled text to scene rendering. Until now, however, the semantics of spatial relations and motion verbs has been highly problematic. This tutorial presents a new… 

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