LINGUIST List 9.55

Thu Jan 15 1998

Calls: ECAI'98, ALAA'98

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  1. ecai98, ECAI-98: FINAL CFP AND PRE-CONFERENCE PROGRAMME
  2. Peter White, New Deadline for Abstracts: ALAA 98

Message 1: ECAI-98: FINAL CFP AND PRE-CONFERENCE PROGRAMME

Date: Wed, 14 Jan 1998 11:46:47 GMT
From: ecai98 <ecai98cogs.susx.ac.uk>
Subject: ECAI-98: FINAL CFP AND PRE-CONFERENCE PROGRAMME

			 ECAI'98
 AUGUST 23-28 1998 BRIGHTON UK 


The deadline for submission of technical papers to the ECAI-98
conference is 23 January 1998. Full details in previous emails and on
the website at http://www.cogs.susx.ac.uk/ecai98.
 
 The website now includes latex style files for submissions 
 (NB: now at version 2, dated 14 January 1998) 

The ECAI-98 Organising Committee is pleased to announce a
comprehensive pre-conference programme of tutorials and workshops. 12
tutorials and 23 workshops will take place on 24 and 25 August 1998,
covering a wide range of AI topics. The following lists the titles,
principal contact and *provisional* scheduling of the
programme. Further details are available on the ECAI-98 website:

 http://www.cogs.susx.ac.uk/ecai98/tw/timetable.html

TUTORIALS

24 August 1998 - AM
 T1 Access and management of information in the web
 Daniele Nardi (nardidis.uniroma1.it)
 T2 Applying agent technology
 Nicholas R. Jennings (N.R.Jenningsqmw.ac.uk)
 T3 Local search techniques for scheduling problems
 Andrea Schaerf (aschaerfdis.uniroma1.it)
24 August 1998 - PM
 T4 Qualitative spatial reasoning
 Anthony G Cohn (agcscs.leeds.ac.uk)
 T5 Inductive logic programming
 Peter Flach (Peter.Flachcs.bris.ac.uk)
 T6 Automatic text summarisation
 Udo Hahn (hahncoling.uni-freiburg.de)
25 August 1998 - AM
 T7 Intelligent multimedia interface agents
 Elisabeth Andre (andredfki.de)
 T8 Rough sets for data mining and knowledge discovery
 Jan Komorowski (Jan.Komorowskicontrol.lth.se)
 T9 Applying case-based reasoning: techniques for 
		enterprise systems 
	Ian Watson (i.d.watsonsurveying.salford.ac.uk)
25 August 1998 - PM
 T10 Agent theory
 Michael Wooldridge (M.J.Wooldridgeqmw.ac.uk)
 T11 Connectionist models for processing structured 
		information
 Marco Gori (marconeuron.ing.unisi.it)
 T12 Ontological engineering
 Asuncion Gomez-Perez (asundelicias.dia.fi.upm.es)

WORKSHOPS

24 August 1998
 W1 Combining AI and graphics for the interface of the future
 Thomas Rist (ristdfki.de)
 W2 Applications of ontologies and problem-solving methods
 Asuncion Gomez-Perez (asundelicias.dia.fi.upm.es)
 W3 Empirical AI
 Toby Walsh (twdai.ed.ac.uk)
 W4 Constraint techniques for artistic applications
 Frangois Pachet (pachetcsl.sony.fr)
 W5 Model based systems and qualitative reasoning
 John McCardle (jrmpophost.aber.ac.uk)
 W6 Practical reasoning and rationality
 John Bell (jbdcs.qmw.ac.uk)
 W7 Binding environmental sciences and artificial 
		intelligence
 Ulises Cortes (ialsi.upc.es)
 W8 Synthesis of intelligent agent systems from experimental 
		data
 Jan Komorowski (Jan.Komorowskicontrol.lth.se)
 W9 Machine discovery
 Vincent Corruble, (disco98csd.abdn.ac.uk)
 W10 AI/Alife and entertainment
 Frank Nack (nackdarmstadt.gmd.de)

 W11 Decision theory meets artificial intelligence: 
		qualitative and quantitative approaches
 Jerome Lang (langirit.fr)
 W12 Monitoring and control of real-time intelligent s
		ystems
 Abdel-Illah Mouaddib (mouaddibcril.univ-artois.fr)

25 August 1998
 W13 Multilinguality in the lexicon II
 Lynne Cahill (Lynne.Cahillcogs.susx.ac.uk)
 W14 Intelligent virtual environments
 Ruth Aylett (R.S.Aylettiti.salford.ac.uk)
 W15 Non binary constraints
 Jean-Charles Regin (reginilog.fr)
 W16 Conflicts among agents: avoid or use them?
 Catherine Tessier (Catherine.Tessiercert.fr)
 W17 Many-valued logic for AI applications
 Patrick Eklund (peklundcs.umu.se)
 W18 Building, maintaining and using organizational 
		memories
 Stefan Decker (Stefan.Deckeraifb.uni-karlsruhe.de)
 W19 Abduction and induction in AI
 Peter Flach (Peter.Flachcs.bris.ac.uk)
 W20 Model based reasoning for intelligent education 
		environments
 Bert Bredeweg (bertswi.psy.uva.nl)
 W21 Intelligent data analysis in medicine and pharmacology 
		(IDAMAP 98)
 Riccardo Bellazzi (ricaim.unipv.it)
 W22 Spatial and temporal reasoning
 Hans W. Guesgen (hanscs.auckland.ac.nz)
 W23 Intelligent information integration
 Holger Wache (wacheinformatik.uni-bremen.de)

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ECAI-98 Secretariat	 		
Centre for Advanced Software Applications 
University of Sussex 
Brighton, BN1 9QH, UK 

Tel: +44(0)1273 678448
Fax: +44(0)1273 671320
Email: ecai98cogs.susx.ac.uk 
URL: http://www.cogs.susx.ac.uk/ecai98 

ECAI-98 is organised by the European Coordinating Committee for
Artificial Intelligence (ECCAI) and hosted by the Universities of
Brighton and Sussex on behalf of AISB.
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Message 2: New Deadline for Abstracts: ALAA 98

Date: Thu, 15 Jan 1998 09:06:07 +1000 (EST)
From: Peter White <peterwcltr.uq.edu.au>
Subject: New Deadline for Abstracts: ALAA 98


Please note that the DEADLINE FOR ABSTRACTS for the The 23rd Annual
Congress of the Applied Linguistics Association of Australia (ALAA)
has been extended to 28 February 1998.

For further details on the Congress, please see our Web pages at
	http://www.cltr.uq.edu.au:8000/alaa/alaa98.html

Or Contact Margaret Fletcher; email: M.Fletcheredn.gu.edu.au
Address and tel/fax:
	 Margaret Fletcher
 Education Faculty 
 Griffith University 
 NATHAN QLD 4111 
 Phone: (w) +61 (0)7 3875 6869; (ah) +61 (0)7 3890 2571; 
	 Fax: +61 (0)7 3875 5965

Please contact Margaret and not me; I'm merely sending out the notice.

Regards
Peter White
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