LINGUIST List 12.381

Tue Feb 13 2001

Calls: Lang Learning/Technology, Intelligent Agents

Editor for this issue: Jody Huellmantel <jodylinguistlist.org>


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  1. Language Learning & Technology, Volume 5, Number 1 of Language Learning & Technology - LLT 5:1
  2. CIMCA, Intelligent Agents, Web Technology and Internet Commerce - IAWTIC'2001

Message 1: Volume 5, Number 1 of Language Learning & Technology - LLT 5:1

Date: Fri, 09 Feb 2001 10:03:02 -1000
From: Language Learning & Technology <llthawaii.edu>
Subject: Volume 5, Number 1 of Language Learning & Technology - LLT 5:1


We are happy to announce that Volume 5, Number 1 of Language Learning 
& Technology is now available at http://llt.msu.edu ! The contents 
are listed below.

Please visit the LLT Web site and be sure to enter your free 
subscription if you have not already done so. We welcome submissions 
of articles, review, and commentaries for future issues. Guidelines 
for submissions are available on our Web site.

ARTICLES
Giving a Virtual Voice to the Silent Language of Culture: The Cultura Project
(Gilberte Furstenberg, Sabine Levet, Kathryn English, & Katherine Maillet)
Exchanging Ideas with Peers in Network-Based Classrooms: An Aid or a Pain?
(Sima Sengupta)
E-mail and Word Processing in the ESL Classroom: How the Medium 
Affects the Message
(Sigrun Biesenbach-Lucas & Donald Weasenforth)
Can Software Support Children's Vocabulary Development
(Julie Wood)
The Effect of Multimedia Annotation Modes on L2 Vocabulary 
Acquisition: A Comparative Study
(Khalid Al Seghayer)

COLUMNS
 From the Editors
On the Net: Sites for Soar(ing) Eyes (Jean W. LeLoup & Robert Ponterio)
Emerging Technology: Accessibility and Web Design, Why does it 
matter? (Bob Godwin-Jones)
News from Sponsoring Organizations

REVIEWS Edited by Jennifer Leeman
The Internet (Windeatt, Hardisty, & Eastment)
Reviewed by Peter Lafford
Real English (Marzio School & Ipse Communication)
Reviewed by Tomoaki Tatsumi
Lab Management Software for the Mac
Reviewed by Mark Peterson
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Message 2: Intelligent Agents, Web Technology and Internet Commerce - IAWTIC'2001

Date: Mon, 12 Feb 2001 23:40:32 +1100
From: CIMCA <cimcaise.canberra.edu.au>
Subject: Intelligent Agents, Web Technology and Internet Commerce - IAWTIC'2001




 International Conference on Intelligent Agents, Web Technology
 and Internet Commerce - IAWTIC'2001
 9-11 July 2001
 Las Vegas - USA
 http://beth.canberra.edu.au/conferences/IAWTIC2001/index.htm


 In Conjunction with
 International Conference on Computational Intelligence for Modelling,
 Control and Automation - CIMCA'2001
 9-11 July 2001
 Las Vegas, USA
 http://beth.canberra.edu.au/conferences/CIMCA2001/index.htm


 CALL FOR PAPERS
 =======================


International Conference on Intelligent Agents, Web Technology and
Internet Commerce - IAWTIC'2001 provides a medium for researchers and
practitioners to exchange and explore the issues and opportunities in
the area of intelligent agent, web technologies and Internet commerce. 
The conference will consist of both plenary sessions and contributory
sessions, focusing on theory, implementation and applications of
intelligent agents, web technologies and Internet commerce:

Conference Topics Include (but not limited to):

Intelligent Agents:
Agents Knowledge Management
Intelligent Business Agents
Agent Architectures
Agents Environments and Languages
Adaptation and learning for agents
Human and agent interaction
Interface agents
Mobile agents
Virtual agent-based marketplaces
Agents and uncertainty
Privacy issues for agents
Automated shopping and trading agents
Agent-oriented middleware services
Social implications for agent
Conceptual modeling and design of Ontologies for agents
Agents and e-commerce
Legal aspects of agents in e-commerce
Performance measurement of e-commerce agents
Rational information agents and electronic commerce
Auction and negotiation for e-commerce agents


Web Technologies:
Web data mining and information retrieval
Agent-based trade and mediating services
Teaching on Web
Virtual trading institutions


Internet Commerce:
Ecommerce applications of Knowledge Representation
Reasoning Techniques
Electronic Payment Systems
Internet Marketing
Intranets and Extranets for Electronic Commerce
Electronic Payment Systems for Electronic Commerce
Electronic Data Interchange for Electronic Commerce
Supply Chain Management for Internet Commerce Applications
Internet-based Electronic Commerce
Virtual Communities/Community Networks
Logistics Issues for Electronic Commerce
Business Reengineering Issues for Electronic Commerce
Government Electronic Procurement and Service Delivery
Legal, Auditing or Security Issues for Electronic Commerce
Requirements Engineering Approaches for Electronic Commerce
Knowledge Discovery, Intelligent Information Systems
Knowledge Clustering
Classification


Paper Submission
================
Papers will be selected based on their originality, significance, correctness,
and clarity of presentation. Extended abstract (4 pages) should be submitted
to the following e-mail or the following address:

 CIMCA'2001 Secretariat
 School of Computing
 University of Canberra
 Canberra, 2601, ACT, Australia
 E-mail: cimcaise.canberra.edu.au

E-mail submission is preferred. Extended abstract should present original 
work, which has not been published or being reviewed for other conferences.


Important Dates
===============

16 March 2001 Deadline for submission of draft papers

16 April 2001 Notification of acceptance

16 May 2001 Deadline for camera-ready copies of accepted papers

9-11 July 2001 Conference sessions


Special Sessions and Tutorials

Special sessions and tutorials will be organised at the
conference. The conference is calling for special sessions and
tutorial proposals. All proposals should be sent to the conference
chair on or before April 9th, 2001. CIMCA'2001 will also include a
special poster session devoted to recent work and work-in-progress.
Abstracts are solicited for this session. Abstracts (3 pages limit)
may be submitted up to 30 days before the conference date.

Invited Sessions
Keynote speakers from academia and industry will be addressing the main 
issues of the conference.

Visits and social events
Sightseeing visits will be arranged for the delegates and guests. A 
separate program will be arranged for companions during the conference.

Further Information
For further information either contact cimcaise.canberra.edu.au or see the 
conference
homepage at: http://beth.canberra.edu.au/conferences/IAWTIC2001/index.htm


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