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                   Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 15, No. 309.
           Centre for Computing in the Humanities, King's College London

       [1] From: "David L. Gants" <dgants@parallel.park.uga.edu> (39)
             Subject: CICLing-2002 Conf: Comput. Linguistics and Text
                     Processing, Mexico, February: Deadline reminder

       [2] From: Marija Dalbello <dalbello@scils.rutgers.edu> (24)
             Subject: Call for Papers: Libraries in the Digital Age (LIDA)

             Date: Fri, 12 Oct 2001 06:15:31 +0100
             From: "David L. Gants" <dgants@parallel.park.uga.edu>
             Subject: CICLing-2002 Conf: Comput. Linguistics and Text
    Processing, Mexico, February: Deadline reminder

    >> From: "Alexander Gelbukh" <gelbukh@cic.ipn.mx>

    Deadline reminder (we apologize for accident multiple messages)

              CICLing-2002: 3rd International Conference
              on Intelligent Text Processing and Computational Linguistics

              February 17 to 23, 2002
              Mexico City, Mexico

              See: http://www.cicling.org

    Dear colleagues,

    We have received many excellent submissions for CICLing-2002. In spite of a
    number of deadline extension requests, we cannot afford extending our full
    papers deadline, which has PASSED. However, we ***ENCOURAGE YOU TO CONTACT
    US FOR LATE SUBMISSIONS***. We will do our best to consider them.

    (Note that you have an option to present a poster by November 5.)

    Two comments:

    1. This is the last CICLing event to be held in Mexico City (from 2003, we
    will organize it in different places). Please do not miss your last chance
    for the excellent touristic program we offer in Mexico City (see photos at
    http://www.cicling.org/2000 and http://www.cicling.org/2001).

    2. The Proceedings will be published as Lecture Notes in Computer Science --
    LNCS (and not in Artificial Intelligence -- LNAI -- as we wrongly stated
    previously). LNCS has much better impact index than LNAI.

    Thank you!
    Alexander Gelbukh
    Program Chair

    Welcome to CICLing-2002 conf: www.CICLing.org
    Intelligent Text Processing and Computational Linguistics
    February 2002, Mexico City, Mexico
    Prof. Dr. Alexander Gelbukh (Alexandre Guelboukh Kahn),
    Research Professor, head of NLP Lab,
    Centro de Investigacion en Computacion (CIC),
    Instituto Politecnico Nacional (IPN).
    Address: CIC, IPN, entrada por calle Venus (cerca de Metro Poli),
               Col. Zacatenco, CP 07738, Mexico DF., Mexico
    Office: (+52) 5729-6000 ext. 56544, 56518, 56602, home 5597-0709
    Fax: +1 (520) 441-1817 (personal), (+52) 5586-2936 (shared)
    gelbukh@earthling.net, gelbukh@cic.ipn.mx, www.cic.ipn.mx/~gelbukh

             Date: Fri, 12 Oct 2001 06:16:17 +0100
             From: Marija Dalbello <dalbello@scils.rutgers.edu>
             Subject: Call for Papers: Libraries in the Digital Age (LIDA) 2002

    Dear Dr. McCarthy--

    --In the previous posting for LIDA 2002, the paper submission deadline was
    incorrect. The correct date for proposals to be received by the conference
    program committee is 15 January 2002. Sorry for this inconvenience.
    Marija Dalbello


    Annual Course and Conference:


    Dubrovnik, Croatia
    23-26 May, 2002
    Inter-University Centre
    Don Ivana Bulica 4, 20000 Dubrovnik, Croatia.
    Course web site: http://www.ffzg.hr/infoz/lida
    Course email: lida@ffzg.hr.

    Libraries in the Digital Age (LIDA) is an annual course and conference
    started in 2000 and held at the Inter-University Center in Dubrovnik,
    Croatia. The general aim is to address the changing and challenging
    environment for libraries and information systems and services in the
    digital age, with an emphasis on examining contemporary problems, advances
    and solutions. Each year a different and 'hot' theme is addressed in two
    parts - one more theoretical and the other more practical.
    In addition to invited speakers, papers, tutorials, and workshops for both
    themes are invited. Deadline: 15 January 2002

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