LINGUIST List 15.155

Sat Jan 17 2004

Calls: General Ling/PA, USA; Cognitive Science/India

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  1. Don.Hardy, Modern Language Association Conference
  2. bhanu.prasad, 2nd Indian International Conference on Artificial Intelligence

Message 1: Modern Language Association Conference

Date: Wed, 14 Jan 2004 10:23:39 -0500 (EST)
From: Don.Hardy <Don.HardyColostate.edu>
Subject: Modern Language Association Conference


Modern Language Association Conference 
Short Title: MLA 

Date: 27-Dec-2004 - 30-Dec-2004
Location: Philadelphia, PA, United States of America
Contact: Donald Hardy
Contact Email: Don.HardyColostate.edu 
Meeting URL: http://www.mla.org/convention 

Linguistic Sub-field: General Linguistics 
Call Deadline: 01-Mar-2004 

Meeting Description:

CFP for Computer Studies in Language and Literature Discussion Group
of MLA

Title: Computing/Theorizing/Communicating

Papers are invited that explore impacts of computing tools (databases,
text analysis software, multimedia, etc.) on theorizing research,
teaching, and communication between language and literature
researchers, students, and the wider community.

Abstracts by 1 Mar 2004; Donald E. Hardy (Don.HardyColostate.edu)
English, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, CO 80523
Computing/Theorizing/Communicating

How do we, both consciously and unconsciously, shape our tools and
vice versa? The Computer Studies in Language and Literature
Discussion Group of the Modern Language Association invites papers for
the 2004 MLA Conference (Philadelphia, 27-30 Dec) on the subject of
the causal relationship between computing tools and research and/or
pedagogy. More specifically, we seek papers that explore impacts of
computing tools (e.g., databases, text analysis software, multimedia,
etc.) on theorizing research, teaching, and communication between
language and literature researchers, students, and the wider
community. The arenas of application might include, but are not
necessarily limited to, literary, composition, rhetoric, film,
archival, stylistic, or linguistic studies. We especially hope to
encourage the submission of abstracts that recognize and explore the
ways in which the tools shape the discipline and/or theory.

Abstracts by 1 Mar; Donald E. Hardy (Don.HardyColostate.edu)
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Message 2: 2nd Indian International Conference on Artificial Intelligence

Date: Wed, 14 Jan 2004 14:06:13 -0500 (EST)
From: bhanu.prasad <bhanu.prasadmail.famu.edu>
Subject: 2nd Indian International Conference on Artificial Intelligence


2nd Indian International Conference on Artificial Intelligence 
Short Title: IICAI-05 

Date: 20-Dec-2005 - 22-Dec-2005
Location: India
Contact: Bhanu Prasad
Contact Email: bhanu.prasadfamu.edu 
Meeting URL: http://www.iiconference.org 

Linguistic Sub-field: Cognitive Science 

Meeting Description:

The 2nd Indian International Conference on Artificial Intelligence
(IICAI-05) will be held in INDIA during December 20-22 2005. This
conference focuses on all areas of Artificial Intelligence and related
fields. We invite paper submissions and session proposals for this
event. Please visit the website: http://www.iiconference.org for more
information.

The scope of the conference includes all areas of AI and related
technologies. Sample areas include, but certainly not limited to the
following:

Adaptive Systems 
Agent-Based Techniques and Systems 
Artificial Life 
Automated Problem Solving 
Behavioral Neuroscience 
Brain Models 
Case Based Reasoning and Applications 
Cognitive Modeling 
Data mining 
Decision Support Systems 
Distributed AI Algorithms, Techniques, and Applications 
Distributed AI Systems and Architectures 
Emerging Applications 
Evaluation of AI Systems and Tools 
Evolutionary Computation 
Evolutionary Algorithms 
Expert Systems 
Foundations of AI 
Fuzzy Logic 
Genetic Algorithms 
Hardware Architectures for AI 
Heuristic and Knowledge-Based Searching Methods 
Human Perception and Communication 
Information and Knowledge Engineering 
Integration of AI with other Technologies 
Intelligent Agents 
Intelligent Databases 
Intelligent Information Processing Systems 
Intelligent Information Retrieval 
Intelligent Networks and Security 
Intelligent Sensors 
Intelligent Software Engineering 
Intelligent Tutoring Systems 
Knowledge Acquisition 
Knowledge and Information Management Techniques 
Knowledge Delivery Methods 
Knowledge Discovery 
Knowledge-Based Systems 
Knowledge-Based Problem Solving Techniques 
Knowledge Life Cycle 
Knowledge Management 
Knowledge Representation 
Languages and Programming Techniques for AI 
Learning and Adaptive Sensor Fusion 
Machine Learning 
Machine Translation 
Multisensor Data Fusion Using Neural and Fuzzy Techniques 
Multisource and Multisensor Data Fusion 
Multisource Information Fusion: Theory and Applications 
Natural Language Processing 
Neural Networks and Applications 
Planning and Scheduling 
Probabilistic Methods in AI 
Reasoning Strategies 
Robotics 
Search Techniques 
Social Impact of AI 
Soft Computing 
Software Tools for AI 
Speech Processing 
Statistical Methods in AI 
Theorem Proving 
Uncertainty Handling 
Vision 
Etc...

AI Tools 

AI Applications to: 
Bio-computing, Bio-informatics, Character Recognition, Computer
Vision, Computer Music, E-Business, E-Commerce, Education, Engineering
Areas (such as CAD, CAM, Computer Engineering, Civil Engineering,
Mechanical Engineering, Metallurgical Engineering, Space Technology,
etc.), Entertainment, Face Recognition, Finance and Marketing, Finger
Print Recognition, Food Industry, High Voltage Systems, Information
Security, Game Design and Game Playing, Medicine, Military,
Nano-Technologies, Other Areas of Computer Science and Information
Systems (such as Business Management, Databases, Networking, Software
Engineering, etc.), Pattern Recognition, Power Electronics and Drives,
Signal Processing, Stock Market, Surveillance, Virtual Reality and
Multi-Media Intelligent Systems, Etc...
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