LINGUIST List 11.1471

Wed Jul 5 2000

Calls: Asian Digital Library, Coordination Models

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  1. Secretariat of ICADL2000, [ICADL2000] 3rd International Conference of Asian Digital Library
  2. Andrea Omicini, COORDINATION 2000 - Coordination Models and Languages

Message 1: [ICADL2000] 3rd International Conference of Asian Digital Library

Date: Tue, 04 Jul 2000 10:24:38 +0900
From: Secretariat of ICADL2000 <>
Subject: [ICADL2000] 3rd International Conference of Asian Digital Library

ICADL2000: The 3rd International Conference of Asian Digital Library


ICADL2000, the 3rd International Conference of Asian Digital Library
will be held in Seoul, Korea from December 6 to 8, 2000. This
conference follows the previous successful conferences held in Hong
Kong in 1998 and Taipei in 1999. The goal of this conference is to
share and disseminate information and knowledge about current issues
regarding digital library research and technology.

Proposals for papers are solicited describing mainly the following

 Agent Technology
 Authoring and Scripting
 Collaborative Research
 Data Mining
 Data Preservation
 Digital Library Testbed Systems
 Document Models
 Economic Issues and Billing Mechanisms
 Human-Computer Interaction
 Intellectual Property, Protection, Security and Privacy
 Knowledge Representation including Domain and User Models
 Knowledge Integration
 Searching, Browsing, Filtering and Personalization
 Semantic and Systems Interoperability
 Resource Discovery and Management
 Standards and Protocols
 Telecommunications and Networking
 Multimedia Libraries
 Sensor Data Stores and Libraries
 User Workspaces
 Case studies

Special emphasis will be given towards reports on experiences and open
problems with available running systems or technology for digital
libraries. ICADL2000 will continue to provide a forum for discussing
applications of DL concepts and techniques especially reflecting Asian
Culture in the areas of:

 Digital Earth
 Digital Sky
 Digital Law
 Digital Art
 Digital Music
 Integrating Digital Technology into Traditional Libraries
 Socio-Economic Impacts
 Geospatial Information
 Medical Applications
 Social and Natural Sciences

# Submissions #

 - Papers must be written in English and in any case they should not
exceed 5000 words. The first page must include the title, author name
and affiliation, an abstract and keywords.

 - Papers can be submitted in one electronic form (PDF, Microsoft Word
or Postscript) or two hard copies. Papers including special characters 
should be submitted by all means in hard copies.

 - The proceedings will be prepared jointly by Korea Advanced
Institute of Science and Technology and Korea Database Promotion Center. 
A selected number of papers will be considered for publication in the 
international journal on digital libraries.

 - Papers should be submitted to the following address:
 �� An electronic copy:
 �� Two hard copies: Mr. Ho Nam Choi
 Team Leader of Information

Development Team
 Digital Science Library
 Korea Advanced Institute of Science
and Technology
 373-1 Kusong-dong, Yusong-gu, Taejon

# Important Dates #

 - Due date for all the proposals: July 15, 2000
 - Notification of acceptance: September 15, 2000
 - Camera-ready copy: October 30, 2000

# Call for Exhibition #

 - Exhibits are highly recommended to demonstrate one or more
 commercial products of interests to the conference community.
 - The cost for one exhibit space(3m x 3m) is US $2000.
 - The following items are supported during the conference :
 One internet dedicated line
 Two IP addresses
 Information desk, etc.
 - Due dates for all the applications :
 Late October, 2000 for foreign corporations
 Early November, 2000 for domestic corporations
 -More detailed information will be available later.

 # Organization #

ICADL2000 is jointly organized by
 Korea Advanced Institute of Science and
 Technology (KAIST) and Korea Database Promotion Center (KDPC),
 Korea Research & Development Information Center(KORDIC),
 Advanced Information Technology Research Center(KOSEF),
 and KORTERM in cooperation with Japan Information Processing Society
 Korea Industrial Information Society,
 Korean Library Association,
 Korea Information Science Society (SIG-Korean Language Computing),
 Korean Society for Information management.
This conference is sponsored by
 Ministry of Information and Communication,
 Ministry of Science and Technology,
 Chosun Ilbo,
 Maeil Business Newspaper,
 The Electronic Times and Korea Economic Daily.

 # General Chairs #

 Yong Rae Kwon, Director of Digital Science Library, KAIST, Korea
 Too Young Lee, Chairman of Korea Library Association, Korea
 Young Wha Cho, President of KORDIC, Korea
 Jun Woo Lee, Executive Direct of Korea Database Promotion Center, Korea

 Hsinchun Chen, University of Arizona, USA

 # Program Committee #

 Program Co-Chairs

 Key-Sun Choi, KAIST, Korea
 Shigeo Sugimoto, ULIS, Japan
 Jerome Yen, CUHK, HK

 Program Committee Members

 Christine Borgman, UCLA, USA
 Hye Rhan Chang, Sangmyung Univ., Korea
 Hsueh-hua Chen, NTU, Taiwan
 Li-feng Chien, Academia Sinica, Taiwan
 Han Suk Choi, Mokpo National Univ., Korea
 Suk Doo Choi, Ewha Womens Univ., Korea
 Schubert Foo, NTU, Singapore
 Edward Fox, Virginia Tech, USA
 Richard K. Furuta, Texas A&M, USA
 Stephane Grumbach, INRIA, France
 Jieh Hsiang, National Chi-nan Univ., Taiwan
 Soon Joo Hyun, ICU, Korea
 Shunji Ichiyama, NEC, Japan
 Masakazu Imai, NAIST, Japan
 Toru Ishida, Kyoto Univ., Japan
 Tetsuya Ishigawa, ULIS, Japan
 Yahiko Kambayashi, Kyoto, Japan
 Sung Hyuk Kim, Sookmyung Womens Univ., Korea
 Young Man Ko, Sungkyunkwan Univ., Korea
 Chang Soon Lee, Kyungsan Univ., Korea
 Chang-qing Li, Peking Univ., China
 Yuji Matsumoto, NAIST, Japan
 Cliff Mcknight, Iboro, UK
 Paul Miller, UKOLN, UK
 Sung Been Moon, Yonsei Univ., Korea
 Sung Hyun Myaeng, Chungnam National Univ., Korea
 Christos Nikolauo, Univ. of Crete& ICS&FORTH, Greece
 Keizo Ooyama, NACSIS, Japan
 Yen-jen Oyang, NTU, Taiwan
 Edie Rasmussen, Univ of Pittsburg, USA
 Eun Gyoung Seo, Hansung Univ., Korea
 Ingeborg Solvberg, Norwegian Univ. of Sci & Tech, Norway
 Shiwei Tang, Peking Univ., China
 Howard Wactlar, CMU, USA
 Shiwen Xu, China National Library, China
 Christopher C. Yang, CUHK, HK
 Dongqing Yang, Peking Univ., China
 Sun Hee Yun, Hanyang Univ., Korea

# Organizing Committee #

 Organizing Chair

 Suk Doo Choi, President of Korean Society for Information
Management, Korea

 Organizing Committee Members

 Ho Nam Choi, KAIST, Korea
 In Pyo Oh, KDPC, Korea
 Tae Jung Kim, KORDIC, Korea
 Yongseu Kim, Korea Industrial Information Society, Korea
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Message 2: COORDINATION 2000 - Coordination Models and Languages

Date: Tue, 4 Jul 2000 12:45:47 +0200
From: Andrea Omicini <>
Subject: COORDINATION 2000 - Coordination Models and Languages



 Fourth International Conference on
 Coordination Models and Languages

 Limassol, Cyprus

 11-13 September 2000

 Early registration deadline: 15 July 2000


On behalf of the organizing committee we would like to extend to you 
a warm invitation to join us this September for an exciting program 
and wonderful intellectual debates in the unique setting provided by 
Cyprus, a beautiful mythical island whose wonders are best revealed 
in the early days of fall. Because Cyprus is a popular vacation 
spot, early registration is advised.

As in the past, this year`s program brings together a broad range of 
themes associated with the development of coordination models and 
languages, their theoretical underpinning, and pragmatic 
implications. Topics receiving extended coverage include tuple space 
languages and their application, coordination styles and policies, 
migration and reconfiguration, agent systems, software architectures, 
dependability, etc. The single track program punctuated by ample 
opportunities for socializing and critical evaluation of the field 
allows the participants to evaluate trends, to examine a broad range 
of issues, and to engage each other in spirited discussions that, as 
previous conferences have shown, actually reshaped research agendas 
and led to novel developments.

Antonio Porto and Catalin Roman
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