LINGUIST List 8.74

Wed Jan 22 1997

Calls: Computer communication, Japanese

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  1. Minghao Lee, CALL FOR PAPERS(NACC1)
  2. Masato Kikuchi, Call for Paper (SEATJ)

Message 1: CALL FOR PAPERS(NACC1)

Date: Tue, 21 Jan 1997 13:39:50 CST
From: Minghao Lee <minghaocae.wisc.edu>
Subject: CALL FOR PAPERS(NACC1)



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 			CALL FOR PAPERS

		 First World Conference on
	Network Assurance of Computer and Communication
			 (NACC1)

		 May 29 - June 1, 1997

		 NACC1 Conference

 University of Wisconsin, Madison, WISCONSIN, USA

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Sponsored by: LMH International.
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Brief Description and Themes:

The security problem of computer-communication networks has attracted
some attention in past few years. The human fact of security is almost
always ignored in such consideration. Due to current needs, we have to
consider in the situation when computer people work in an environment
where their own activity and privacy are not secured. In such case, we
have to consider the security problem along with some extra networks
which are created by that environment.

A Star Net is one of such nets where one of the person's security is
not guaranteed, or everyone else can read that person's mind any
time. We are interested in the resolution of how well that computer
person could possibly protect his/her intellectual property.

A Galaxy Net is one of such nets where more than one person is not
secured, or everyone else can read these people's minds any time. We
are interested in the resolution of how well these computer people
could possibly protect their intellectual properties.

Generally, A Di-graph Net is one of such nets where everyone's
security of mind or mind readability by others are specified by a
di-graph or a reading relation. We are interested in the resolution of
how well these computer people could possibly protect their
intellectual properties.

In particular, A Chaos Net is Di-graph Net whose corresponding
di-graph is a complete di-graph. Similar resolution is in interests.

In above cases, the computer nets are arbitrary and need to do case
studies.

Linguistic and game theory could put into consideration.
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Submission:

A copy of extend abstract (maximum 1000 words) of high quality should
be send
 to:

Minghao Lee
424 W. Wilson
Madison, WI 53703
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Tel. (608)284-1510

E-mail. minghaocae.wisc.edu
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Groups interested in co-sponsorship are invited to send inquiry to

LMH International
424 West Wilson
Madison, WI 53703, USA
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Message 2: Call for Paper (SEATJ)

Date: Tue, 21 Jan 1997 17:00:10 -0500
From: Masato Kikuchi <masato.kikuchimodlangs.gatech.edu>
Subject: Call for Paper (SEATJ)

Call for Paper (SEATJ)

The 12th annual conference of SEATJ (Southeast Association of Teachers
of Japanese) will be held at Georgia Institute of Technology, the site
of the 1996 Summer Olympic Village, on March 29-30, 1997.

The keynote speaker for the conference is Professor Noriko Kobayashi
from Tsukuba University, who has been instrumental in developing
SPOT(Simple Performance Oriented Test).

Abstracts are invited for 25 minutes presentation in all areas of
Japanese pedagogy, linguistics and literature. Suggested topics
include, but not limited to:

 innovative ideas in classroom instructions
 CALI
 testing
 distance learning
 language for specific purposes
 Japanese linguistics
 Japanese literature

Abstracts must be written either in Japanese or English, and should be
no more than one page. Please send one copy of your abstracts along
with a 3 x 5 card containing the following information:

 name of author(s)
 title of the paper
 address and affiliation
 phone number
 fax number (if available)
 e-mail address (if available)

The deadline for submission is January 31, 1997. E-mail or fax
submissions are also accepted. If you send your abstracts, the
acceptance letters will be mailed to you in early February. Selected
papers will be published in the proceedings following the conference.

For a hardcopy or fax submission, send all the materials to:
 Rumiko Shinzato
 Dept. of Modern Languages
 Georgia Institute of Technology
 Atlanta, GA 30332-0375
 phone: (404) 894-7327/7328
 fax: (404) 894-0955

For email submission, send the information to:
 masato.kikuchimodlangs.gatech.edu.

Both English and Japanese entries are accepted.

Updated: 11/27/96
Masato Kikuchi
Dept. of Modern Languages, Georgia Tech
Voice: 404-894-7327, Fax: 404-894-0955
http://www.prism.gatech.edu/~mk43/home.html
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