LINGUIST List 13.1099

Sat Apr 20 2002

Calls: Japanese & Korean Ling, Modal Logic

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  1. McClure, William, 12 Japanese/Korean Linguistics Conference Call
  2. Advances in Modal Logic, (CfP) Advances in Modal Logic 2002

Message 1: 12 Japanese/Korean Linguistics Conference Call

Date: Fri, 19 Apr 2002 22:57:38 -0400
From: McClure, William <>
Subject: 12 Japanese/Korean Linguistics Conference Call

First call for papers

The 12th Japanese/Korean Linguistics Conference will be held at The
Graduate Center of the City University of New York (CUNY) on November
1-3, 2002. The abstract deadline is July 1, 2002. Submission details
can be found at (the conference web
site). The conference email is
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Message 2: (CfP) Advances in Modal Logic 2002

Date: Sat, 20 Apr 2002 17:32:31 +0200 (CEST)
From: Advances in Modal Logic <>
Subject: (CfP) Advances in Modal Logic 2002



 Advances in Modal Logic

 September 30 - October 2, 2002, Toulouse

Deadline: May 15, 2002

Advances in Modal Logic is an initiative aimed at presenting an
up-to-date picture of the state of the art in modal logic and its many
applications. The initiative consists of a conference series together
with volumes based on the conferences.

AiML 2002 is the fourth conference organized as part of this
initiative. It will be held September 30 - October 2, 2002 in
Toulouse, France.

Topics of interest include: applications of modal logic, complexity
and decidability of modal and temporal logics, deontic logic,
description logic, dynamic logic, epistemic logic, modal logic of
space, modal logic and game theory, modal logic and grammar
formalisms, modal realism and anti-realism, modal and temporal logic
programming and theorem proving, model theory and proof theory of
modal and temporal logic, representation of time in natural language
semantics, non-monotonic modal logics, provability logic, common-sense
temporal reasoning. Papers on related subjects will also be

During the workshop there will be a special session on modal logics of

Invited speakers include: Melvin Fitting (USA), Robert Goldblatt (New
Zealand), Ian Hodkinson (UK), Hans Kamp (Germany), Carsten Lutz
(Germany), Hiroakiro Ono (Japan), and Pierre Schnoebelen (France).

Authors are invited to submit a detailed abstract of a full paper of
at most 10 pages (a4paper, 11pt) by e-mail to one of the programme
chairs, using `AiML Submission' as the subject line. The cover page
should include title, names of authors, the coordinates of the
corresponding author, and some keywords describing the topic of the
paper. To be considered, submissions must be received no later than
May 15, 2002.

Note that at least one author of each accepted paper is required to
attend the conference to present the paper.

Preliminary versions of the full papers should be made available at
the workshop; the proceedings volumes will be submitted to CSLI
Publications. Notification date for the conference is July 15, 2002;
for the volumes it is December 1, 2002.

 P. Balbiani (France)
 G. Corsi (Italy)
 L. Farinas del Cerro (France)
 M. de Rijke (Netherlands)
 L. Moss (USA)
 M. Reynolds (Australia)
 R. Schmidt (UK)
 N. Y. Suzuki (Japan)
 H. Wansing (Germany)
 F. Wolter (Germany)
 M. Zakharyaschev (UK)

 Nobu-Yuki Suzuki
 Department of Mathematics
 Faculty of Sciences
 Shizuoka University
 Ohya 836, Shizuoka 422 8529 Japan

 Frank Wolter
 Institut fuer Informatik
 Leipzig University
 Augustusplatz 10 - 11
 04109 Leipzig

 Philippe Balbiani, Toulouse Luis Farinas del Cerro, Toulouse

 Submission deadline: May 15, 2002
 Notification: July 15, 2002
 Conference: September 30 - October 2, 2002
 Preliminary version for workshop volume due: at the workshop
 Notification of acceptance for publication: December 1, 2002

Information about AiML 2002 can be obtained at

E-mail enquiries about AiML 2002 should be directed to
<> or <>. 

Information about AiML can be obtained at <>;.
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