LINGUIST List 11.238

Fri Feb 4 2000

Calls: German/Artificial Life, Communicating Agents

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  1. Holger Lange, German Workshop on Artificial Life April 5-7th
  2. Bernhard Schroeder, Communicating Agents

Message 1: German Workshop on Artificial Life April 5-7th

Date: Thu, 03 Feb 2000 13:28:25 +0100
From: Holger Lange <holger.langebitoek.uni-bayreuth.de>
Subject: German Workshop on Artificial Life April 5-7th


**** Fourth German Workshop on Artificial Life (GWAL 2000) ***********
**** April 5-7, 2000, Schloss Thurnau near Bayreuth ********
***** http://www.bitoek.uni-bayreuth.de/gwal2000/ *********
***** gwal2000bitoek.uni-bayreuth.de ****************

Dear Artificial Life Friends,

the fourth German workshop on Artificial Life (GWAL 2000) will take
place at Schloss Thurnau near Bayreuth (
http://www.bitoek.uni-bayreuth.de/gwal2000/wz-thurnau.html ).

The workshop is intended as a forum for scientists who are in the
Artificial Life community (in the broadest sense), or would like to
get into contact with it. See
http://www.bitoek.uni-bayreuth.de/gwal2000/aim.html for a detailed
description of workshop aims.

We are happy to have two prominent scientists as invited speakers at
GWAL, the neurophysiologist Prof. Terrence Deacon (Harvard Medical
School) and the philosopher Dr. Thomas Metzinger (Univ. of California,
San Diego).

Oral Presentations, computer demonstrations, or simply participation are
equally possible.

Online registration is very easy using
http://www.bitoek.uni-bayreuth.de/gwal2000/registration.html

If you would like to present something, just include an abstract of
your topic. Full papers are not required.

However, you will be invited to contribute to the workshop proceedings
with your manuscript at a later stage (details will be given during
the workshop).

Please distribute this information to all colleagues which might be
interested but are not on our mailing list.

Reports on errors occurring in the registration process, comments of all
kinds, and all GWAL2000-related questions should be addressed to
gwal2000bitoek.uni-bayreuth.de

Looking forward seeing you in April,
best regards,
Holger Lange


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Priv.-Doz. Dr. Holger Lange
BITOEK, Universitaet Bayreuth
D-95440 Bayreuth, Germany
Phone xx49/(0)921/55-5654
Fax xx49/(0)921/55-5799
e-mail holger.langebitoek.uni-bayreuth.de
Internet http://www.bitoek.uni-bayreuth.de/Mitarbeiter/000125/DE.html


**** Fourth German Workshop on Artificial Life (GWAL 2000) ***********
**** April 5-7, 2000, Schloss Thurnau near Bayreuth ********
***** http://www.bitoek.uni-bayreuth.de/gwal2000/ *********
***** gwal2000bitoek.uni-bayreuth.de ****************
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Message 2: Communicating Agents

Date: Fri, 04 Feb 2000 01:48:28 +0100
From: Bernhard Schroeder <B.Schroederuni-bonn.de>
Subject: Communicating Agents


Communicating Agents

Workshop of the GLDV special interest group on 
generation and parsing in morphology, syntax and semantics,
IKP, University of Bonn, Feb 15, 2000 


http://www.gldv.org/Veranstaltungen/WS_Feb00/

In the focus of this workshop will be approaches to the 
formal description and to the implementation of 
communicating agents. 

List of lectures

Anton Benz: Perspectives and derived extensions of dialogue acts 

Rodolfo Delmonte: Parsing preferences and lingustic strategies 

Roland Hausser: A new data structure for representing propositional
content 

Jan-Torsten Milde: Der kommunikative Agent Lokutor 

Christof Monz: Ambiguous communication in a multi-agent system 

Bernd S. M�ller: Remarks on concept formation for cognitive robotics 

Paul Piwek: Constraint-based Dialogue Modelling: Indirect Speech Acts 

Henk Zeevat: Discourse markers as speech act markers 



Please register before Feb 8, 2000, if possible. 


Organizing Comittee

 Roland Hausser, University of Erlangen 

 Hans-Christian Schmitz, University of Bonn 

 Bernhard Schroeder, University of Bonn 


Workshop fees

Members of the GLDV, non-students 

 DM 20 

Student members of the GLDV 

 DM 10 

Others, non-students 

 DM 40 

Other students 

 DM 20

Contact

Bernhard Schroeder
Institut f�r Kommunikationsforschung und Phonetik
Universit�t Bonn
Poppelsdorfer Allee 47
D-53115 Bonn
Germany 


E-Mail 
 B.Schroederuni-bonn.de 

Phone 
 +49 228 735621 

Fax 
 +49 228 735639
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