LINGUIST List 11.1781

Sat Aug 19 2000

Calls: Cognitive Modeling in Ling'2000 - Russia

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  1. Albert R Abuzarov, Cognitive Modeling in Linguistics'2000 - Russia

Message 1: Cognitive Modeling in Linguistics'2000 - Russia

Date: Thu, 17 Aug 2000 16:46:08 +0400
From: Albert R Abuzarov <>
Subject: Cognitive Modeling in Linguistics'2000 - Russia

International Conference "Cognitive Modeling in 

October, 23-24, 2000. Pereslavl'-Zalesskiy (near 
Moscow), Russia

 The conference is organized by Russian Association 
of Artificial Intelligence, Computing Center of Russian 
Academy of Science, and �Web Journal of Formal, 
Computational and Cognitive Linguistics'. It will be 
third conference in the series. 

 The aim of the conference is joining efforts in 
research of cognitive processes of researchers in the 
fields of cognitive linguistics, learning theory, 
neural networks, cognitive psychology, knowledge 

 The reports on the following themes (but not only 
listed) are welcome: formal models in linguistics, 
psycholinguistics, language and thought, language 
processing in neural networks, cognitive models of 
thought and memory, cognitive models of language 
acquisition, semantic and pragmatic, language and 
culture, child speech, psychosemantics.

 The size of a paper is not limited. The papers 
could be presented in English (preferable) or Russian, 
in the later case an abstract in English is required. 
Please, send your papers by e-mail. Next formats are 
acceptable: MS_Word, RTF, PostScript, plain text. 

 The deadline for the papers is September, 1, 2000. 
 Please, send your papers by e-mail both to 
"" and "vladimir_polyakov".

 Contact. Post address: Russia, 420140, Kazan, 
Fuchika str., 127-88. Phone: 7-8432-624252 (home).

Program committee chair 
Prof. Valery Solovyev (Kazan State University)
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