LINGUIST List 9.617

Sun Apr 26 1998

Confs: Prolamat'98

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  1. Prolamat 1998, Prolamat 98: Call for participation and Program

Message 1: Prolamat 98: Call for participation and Program

Date: Sat, 25 Apr 98 23:37 MET DST
From: Prolamat 1998 <prolamat_ownerlii.unitn.it>
Subject: Prolamat 98: Call for participation and Program


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The Call for papers has been very succesful: over 140 refereed papers
will be presented at the conference in three technical tracks:

1 Sharing experience from telecom use in industry for agility and
	innovation
2 Human and machine communications, modeling, standard representation,
	reuse
3 Telecom and agility impact on software technology for discrete
	manufacturing

The program will include keynote speeches, an applied track organised
in thematic sessions, and a selection of R&TD projects co-financed by
the European Community on subject areas related to PROLAMAT 98.

For information about program, registration fees, accomodation and
forms, please find the Call for participation and preliminary Program
on the PROLAMAT 98 weekly updated web site:
http://prolamat.cs.unitn.it

Please note that the deadline for the reduced registration fee is May
10, 1998, and that early registration and early travel & hotel booking
is advisable.

prof. Gianni Jacucci, Conference Chair





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