LINGUIST List 9.1510

Thu Oct 29 1998

Calls: Computational Ling, Gen'l Ling & Native Am Lang

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  1. (Vigano Luca) ld98, Book on Labelled Deduction
  2. John Kyle, General Linguistics and Native American Language

Message 1: Book on Labelled Deduction

Date: Tue, 27 Oct 1998 12:54:24 +0100 (MET)
From: (Vigano Luca) ld98 <>
Subject: Book on Labelled Deduction

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	 (An edited volume intended for the Applied Logic Series of 
			Kluwer Academic Publishers)

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In September 1998, the University of Freiburg (Germany) hosted

 The First International Workshop on Labelled Deduction.

The participants of LD'98 reported on research, related to or based on
Labelled Deduction, in many areas of computer science, artificial
intelligence, mathematical logic, cognitive science, philosophy, and
computational linguistics. More information on LD'98 is available at
the URL of the workshop

Motivated by the success of the workshop, the members of the program
committee of LD'98 will edit a volume collecting original papers on
this topic and titled


	 (An edited volume intended for the Applied Logic Series of 
			Kluwer Academic Publishers)

Topics of interest

The title reflects the planned contents of this book: We welcome
original contributions on all theoretical and practical aspects of
Labelled Deduction, including but not limited to:

 * Logical modeling based on Labelled Deduction
 * Formal metatheory for, or based on, Labelled Deduction
 * Hybrid reasoners and combinations of logics based on labelling
 * Automated reasoning, implementation, and system support
 * Annotated logic programming
 * Applications


 * Authors are invited to submit full papers of at most 18 pages
 (formatted as described below) to be received by January 31st, 
 1999. Notification of acceptance or rejection of the papers will
 be sent by April 30th, 1999, and final versions of accepted
 papers will be due by June 15th, 1999.

 * Submitted papers must be original and not submitted for publication

 * The primary means of submission is electronic, in PostScript format.
 Papers should be e-mailed to
 If electronic submission is not possible, then 5 hard copies
 should be sent to the postal address given below.
 Regardless of the submission method, a letter or e-mail message
 accompanying the paper must contain the title, authors, and contact
 information (e-mail and postal addresses).

 * Authors are strongly encouraged to use LaTeX2e and the article
 document class with a4paper and 11pt as options. 
 (Basic dimensions for a4paper-11pt format are approximately: text
 height 300mm, text width 210mm, 11pt text with a 13.5pt leading
 (baseline skip).)

 * Submitted papers must be written in English.

Reception of submissions will be confirmed by e-mail after we have
succeeded in printing the paper.

Important dates

 Submission deadline: January 31st, 1999
 Notification of acceptance: April 30th, 1999
 Deadline for final papers: June 15th, 1999

Program Committee

David Basin, Institut fur Informatik, Albert-Ludwigs-Universitat
	Freiburg, Germany
Marcello D'Agostino, Universita di Ferrara, Italy
Dov Gabbay, King's College, London, UK
Sean Matthews, Max-Planck-Institut fur Informatik, Saarbracken, Germany 
Luca Vigano, Institut fur Informatik, Albert-Ludwigs-Universitat
	Freiburg, Germany


 * The LABELLED DEDUCTION (LD'98) home page

 * Email:

 * By post:

 c/o Luca Vigano
 Institut fur Informatik
 Albert-Ludwigs-Universitat Freiburg
 Universitatsgelande Flugplatz
 D-79110 Freiburg

 Phone: +49 (761) 203-8243
 Fax: +49 (761) 203-8242

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Message 2: General Linguistics and Native American Language

Date: Wed, 28 Oct 1998 21:18:58 -0600 (CST)
From: John Kyle <>
Subject: General Linguistics and Native American Language

***********************Call for Papers************************


Number 1: General Linguistics
Number 2: Studies in Native American Languages

Deadline: January 31, 1999

The editors of Kansas Working Papers in Linguistics will produce two
numbers of Volume 24, for 1999. We welcome submissions of papers on
all topics in the field of linguistics and closely-related disciplines
for Number 1. Papers dealing with native languages of the Americas
will be selected for Number 2. Since we are a working paper,
publication in KWPL does not preclude later publication elsewhere of
revised versions of papers. Submissions should be in good readable
form (double or 1.5 spaced), not necessarily final copies. Student
papers are encouraged.

Please include name, address, email address (if possible) when sending

Please send papers or inquiries to this address:
	Editors, KWPL
	Linguistics Department
	427 Blake Hall
	University of Kansas
	Lawrence, Kansas 66045

John Kyle, editor KWPL
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