Updated on Feb. 16, 2017
The Mathematical Linguistic Society of Japan
Japanese version of this page
Introduction to Mathematical Linguistics
The purpose of our society is to promote the study of Natural
Language, especially Japanese, by means of mathematical approaches.
Location of our office:
Room #23414, The 23rd Building
Tokyo Woman's Christian University
Suginami-ku, Tokyo, 167-8585
If you like to contact with us by email, please send email to
(Offic of The Mathematical Linguistics,
office(at)math-ling.org --- Note: (at) should be replaced with @).
- Mathematical Linguistics,
Vol. 30, No.7 was published on Dec. 2016
- Submission form was revised on Apr., 2016
- From 2017 fiscal year, annual membership fee is 5,500 yen for regular member and 3,000 yen for student member.
Note. If you send your valid student ID card to the office in April, you may be qualified as a student member.
The memorial 60th Annual conference
was held on Oct. 8th, 2016 (10:30 -- 17:50) at Nihon University.
Keynote Speaker: Dr. Reinhard Koehler (Prof. of University of Trier,
Chief editer of Journal of Quantitative Linguistics,
Former president of International Society for Mathematical Linguistics)
Quantitative Linguistics in Europe: Principles of the Philosophy of Science as Applied to Linguistics
- The 59th Annual Conference
was held at Kobe University on Sep. 26, 2015.
- The 58th Annual Conference
The 58th annual conference was held on Sep. 20, 2014 at Toyo University,
The location is: Shiroyama 5-28-20, Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo
- The 57th Annual Conference
The 57th annual conference was held on Sep. 28, 2013 at
Tokyo Metropolitan University, Akihabara Satelite Campus.
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