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Thu 11 Mar 1993

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Message 1: Conference

Date: Mon, 8 Mar 93 22:25:58 PSTConference
From: <joel_neviscsufresno.edu>
Subject: Conference

 *** Call for Papers ***

FUSAC/ACEFO: Finno-Ugric Studies Association of Canada/Association
Canadienne des Etudes Finno-Ougriennes. June 2-3, 1993, in conjunction
with the Learned Societies' Conference at Carleton University, Ottawa.
Any presentation dealing with the Finno-Ugric area is invited; our
special theme for 1993 is "Finno-Ugric Acculturation in Canada:
Contacts and Conflicts"

Joel Nevis
Department of Linguistics
California State University
Fresno, CA 93710-0092
 joel_neviscsufreno.edu
 joelnzimmer.csufresno.edu
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Message 2: AISB'93 Final Call

Date: Mon, 8 Mar 93 17:08:38 GMTAISB'93 Final Call
From: <aisb93-progcomputer-science.birmingham.ac.uk>
Subject: AISB'93 Final Call


 FINAL CALL FOR REGISTRATION

 A I S B' 9 3

 The University of Birmingham
 March 29th -- April 2nd 1993


The Artificial Intelligence and Cognitive Science conference AISB'93
will take place this year at the University of Birmingham from March
29th till April 2nd, with the general theme 'Prospects for Artificial
Intelligence'.

We are pleased to announce that in addition to the previously
announced prize offered by Integral Solutions Ltd. for the best
presented paper, there is also a prize donated by Wiley for the
technically best paper, consisting of the new edition of the
Encyclopaedia of AI.

The Conference Dinner will be in Birmingham's Repertory Theatre
overlooking Centenary Square.

* For a programme and registration form please email the auto-reply
service aisb93-infocs.bham.ac.uk

* Other enquiries: AISB'93, School of Computer Science, The University of
 Birmingham, Edgbaston, Birmingham, B15 2TT, U.K.
 Phone: +44-(0)21-414-3711 Fax: +44-(0)21-414-4281
 Email aisb93-progcs.bham.ac.uk
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