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        1.    Laure Vieu, Workshop on Theories of Information Dynamics and Interaction and their Application to Dialogue

Message 1: Workshop on Theories of Information Dynamics and Interaction and their Application to Dialogue
Date: 26-Nov-2009
From: Laure Vieu <vieuirit.fr>
Subject: Workshop on Theories of Information Dynamics and Interaction and their Application to Dialogue
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Full Title: Workshop on Theories of Information Dynamics and Interaction and
their Application to Dialogue
Short Title: ESSLLI 2010

Date: 16-Aug-2010 - 20-Aug-2010
Location: Copenhagen, Denmark
Contact Person: Laure Vieu
Meeting Email: vieuirit.fr
Web Site: http://www.irit.fr/~Laure.Vieu/Esslli10

Linguistic Field(s): Computational Linguistics; Philosophy of Language;
Pragmatics; Semantics

Call Deadline: 12-Apr-2010

Meeting Description:

Workshop on Theories of Information Dynamics and Interaction and their
Application to Dialogue
http://www.irit.fr/~Laure.Vieu/Esslli10

Workshop organized as part of the European Summer School on Logic, Language and
Information, ESSLLI 2010 (http://esslli2010cph.info/) August 16-20 (ESSLLI 2nd
week) 2010, Copenhagen

Call for Papers

Workshop Purpose and Topics:
Theoretical approaches to communication and dialogue modeling are varied and
often unrelated because separately focusing on different aspects of dialogue
(speech acts, goals, beliefs, plans, questions, conventions, roles, cooperation,
disputes, argumentation, reference, semantics-pragmatics interface...). On the
other hand, the area of foundations of multi-agent systems is inducing new
developments in logics of interaction and information dynamics, with a recent
trend towards comparison and integration. Analyzing the impact of this trend on
communication and dialogue modeling is timely.

This workshop aims at discussing formal theories and logics of information
dynamics and interaction and their applications to dialogue and communication
modeling. It is intended to bring together logicians, linguists and computer
scientists in order to provide a better understanding of the potentialities and
limitations of formal methods for the analysis of dialogue and communication.
Its scope includes not only the technical aspects of logics, but also
multidisciplinary aspects from linguistics, philosophy of language, philosophy
of social reality, social sciences (social psychology, economics).

The following are some examples of formal theories and logics that are relevant
to the workshop (no order):
- speech act theory,
- argumentation theory,
- game theory,
- public announcement logic,
- dynamic epistemic logic (DEL),
- logics of agency and power (e.g. STIT, ATL, Coalition Logic),
- theories of persuasion,
- theories of commitment,
- dynamic semantics,
- semantic approaches to interrogative clauses,
- rhetorical approaches to dialogue (e.g., segmented discourse representation
theory).

The focus of the workshop will be on recent developments, especially those that
combine several approaches (e.g. dynamic epistemic logic and speech act theory,
dynamic epistemic logic and segmented discourse representation theory, public
announcement logic and commitment theories, STIT and dynamic epistemic logic,
Coalition Logic and public announcement logic...) to deal with complex dialogue
and communication phenomena.

Workshop Organizers:
Emiliano Lorini ("lorini at irit.fr") and Laure Vieu ("vieu at irit.fr")

Workshop Programme Committee:
Nicholas Asher, IRIT-CNRS, Toulouse
Guillaume Aucher, Univ. of Luxembourg
Alexandru Baltag, Oxford Univ.
Anton Benz, ZAS, Berlin
Patrick Blackburn, INRIA, Nancy
Guido Boella, Univ. of Turin
Jan Broersen, Univ. of Utrecht
Cristiano Castelfranchi, ISTC-CNR, Rome
Hans van Ditmarsch, Univ. of Otago & Univ. of Seville
Raquel Fernández, Univ. of Amsterdam
Jonathan Ginzburg, King's College, London
Jeroen Groenendijk, Univ. of Amsterdam
Davide Grossi, Univ. of Amsterdam
Andreas Herzig, IRIT-CNRS, Toulouse
Wiebe van der Hoek, Univ. of Liverpool
Joris Hulstijn, Vrije Univ. of Amsterdam
Andrew Jones, King's College, London
Barteld Kooi, Univ. of Groningen
Kepa Korta, Univ. of Basque Country, Donostia
Alex Lascarides, Univ. Edinburgh
Dominique Longin, IRIT-CNRS, Toulouse
John-Jules Meyer, Univ. of Utrecht
Paul Piwek, The Open Univ., Milton Keynes
Henry Prakken, Univ. of Utrecht
Leon van der Torre, Univ. of Luxembourg

Submission Details:
Authors are invited to submit an extended abstract presenting work relevant to
the area of information dynamics, interaction and dialogue.

Extended abstracts should have a maximum of 6 pages. Papers should be in PDF
format (Latex-generated papers are preferred, but not necessary). Please follow
the instructions that will be posted on the workshop's web page
(http://www.irit.fr/~Laure.Vieu/Esslli10) to submit your paper by the deadline
below.

The submissions will be reviewed by the program committee and possibly
additional reviewers. The accepted papers will appear in the workshop
proceedings published by ESSLLI. The format for the final versions will be made
available in due course. A special issue of a relevant journal is planned, based
on selected papers presented at the workshop, of which full versions will be
independently reviewed.

Important dates:
Apr 12, 2010: Deadline for submission
May 24, 2010: Notification
June 1, 2010: Deadline for early registration to ESSLLI
Jun 15, 2010: Deadline for final papers
August 16-20, 2010: Workshop

Local Arrangements:
All workshop participants including the presenters will be required to register
for ESSLLI.

Further Information:
About the workshop: http://www.irit.fr/~Laure.Vieu/Esslli10
About ESSLLI: http://esslli2010cph.info/
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