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                   Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 15, No. 366.
           Centre for Computing in the Humanities, King's College London

       [1] From: "David L. Gants" <dgants@parallel.park.uga.edu> (32)
             Subject: Reminder: LREC 2002

       [2] From: "David L. Gants" <dgants@parallel.park.uga.edu> (44)
             Subject: ACL'02 Call for Workshop Proposals

       [3] From: "David L. Gants" <dgants@parallel.park.uga.edu> (51)
             Subject: ACL'02 Call for Tutorial Proposals

       [4] From: "David L. Gants" <dgants@parallel.park.uga.edu> (44)
             Subject: 2nd Call for Papers: AT2AI-3 From Agent Theory to
                     Agent Implementation

             Date: Wed, 14 Nov 2001 10:01:36 +0000
             From: "David L. Gants" <dgants@parallel.park.uga.edu>
             Subject: Reminder: LREC 2002

    [The following is a reminder for the Language Resources and Evaluation
    conference, for which see <http://www.lrec-conf.org/>. --WM]

    >> From: Magali Duclaux <duclaux@elda.fr>

    Reminder: LREC 2002
    Organised by ELRA in co-operation with world wide
    associations and consortia
    Please visit the web site dedicated to the LREC conferences
    for further details about LREC 2002: lrec-conf.org

    Where: Las Palmas, Canary Islands (Spain)

    When: 27th May 2002 - 2nd June 2002

    Important dates & deadlines:

    Submission of proposals for oral papers, posters, referenced
    demos, panels and workshops: 20/11/2001

    Notification of acceptance of workshop and panel proposals:

    Notification of acceptance of oral papers, posters, referenced
    demos: 02/02/2002

    Final version for the proceedings: 02/04/2002

    Pre-Conference workshops: 27 & 28/05/2002

    Main Conference: 29, 30 & 31/05/2002

    Post-Conference: 01 & 02/06/2002

    Electronic submission of abstracts (in ASCII file format) should
    be sent to:
    lrec@ilc.pi.cnr.it, attn: Antonio Zampolli - LREC Chairman.

    Submission in hard copy (five copies) should be sent to:
    Antonio Zampolli
    LREC Chairman
    Istituto di Linguistica Computazionale del CNR
    Area della Ricerca di Pisa San Cataldo
    Via G. Moruzzi 1
    56124 Pisa - ITALY

             Date: Wed, 14 Nov 2001 10:02:05 +0000
             From: "David L. Gants" <dgants@parallel.park.uga.edu>
             Subject: ACL'02 Call for Workshop Proposals

    >> From: Priscilla Rasmussen <rasmusse@cs.rutgers.edu>

                                         ACL '02

                         Call for Workshop Proposals

    The ACL'02 Program Committee invites proposals for workshops to be
    held in conjunction with the ACL'02 40th Anniversary Meeting. We
    welcome proposals on any topic of interest to the ACL community. We
    also encourage proposals involving neighboring research areas such as
    speech technology, information retrieval, text and data mining,
    biological information extraction, computational psycholinguistics,

    The workshops will be held on Thursday, July 11, 2002 and Friday, July
    12, 2002 at the ACL '02 conference venue.

    The ACL has a set of policies on workshops. The following URL provides
    general information on policies regarding attendance, publication,
    financing, and sponsorship:

    In addition, the following URL gives specific policies on sponsorship
    and financial support of Sig workshops:

    Submission Details

       Proposals for workshops should contain:

    * A title and brief description (< 500 words) of the workshop topic.
    * A budget proposal. (ACL workshops are expected to be
    * A description of target audience and expected number of
    * The intended length (half a day to two days)
    * A list of individuals who have agreed to be part of the
            workshop program committee if the workshop proposal is accepted.

    Please submit proposals as soon as possible, preferably by electronic
    mail in plain ASCII text to the workshop chair: daelem@uia.ua.ac.be
    <mailto:daelem@uia.ua.ac.be> or by regular mail to:

    Walter Daelemans
    ACL'02 Workshop Chair
    CNTS Language Technology Group
    GER UIA, University of Antwerp
    Universiteitsplein 1
    B-2610 Antwerpen
    (32) 38202766 (phone)
    (32) 38202762 (fax)

    Important Dates

    December 3, 2001 Submission deadline for workshop proposals
    December 10, 2001 Notification of acceptance workshop proposal
    July 11-12, 2002 Workshop Dates

             Date: Wed, 14 Nov 2001 10:02:24 +0000
             From: "David L. Gants" <dgants@parallel.park.uga.edu>
             Subject: ACL'02 Call for Tutorial Proposals

    >> From: Priscilla Rasmussen <rasmusse@cs.rutgers.edu>

    ACL '02 Call for Tutorial Proposals

    The Program Committee of the 40th Annual Meeting of the Association for
    Computational Linguistics invites proposals for the Tutorial Program for

    ACL '02, to be held at the University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA,
    USA, July 7th-12th, 2002 (see http://www.ircs.upenn.edu/acl02/index.shtml).
    The tutorials for ACL '02 will be held on July 7th, 2002. Each tutorial
    should be well-focused so that its core content can be covered in a
    three-hour tutorial slot (including a 30 minute break). However, in
    exceptional cases six-hour tutorial slots are possible as well. There
    will be space and time for at most four three-hour tutorials.


    Hwee Tou Ng, DSO National Laboratories, 20 Science Park Drive, Singapore

    118230, Republic of Singapore, nhweetou@dso.org.sg


    Proposals for tutorials should contain:

    * A title and brief (less than 500 words) content description of the
        tutorial topic.
    * The names, postal addresses, phone numbers, and email addresses of the
        tutorial speakers, with a one-paragraph statement of the speaker's(s')
        research interests and areas of expertise.
    * Any special requirements for technical needs (display projector,
        computer infrastructure, etc.)

    Proposals should be submitted by electronic mail, in plain ASCII
    (iso8859-1) text as soon as possible, but in any case no later than
    January 11th, 2002.

    Please email your proposals to nhweetou@dso.org.sg, with the subject
    line: "ACL '02 TUTORIAL PROPOSAL".



    Accepted tutorial speakers will be notified by January 25th, 2002 and
    must then provide descriptions of their tutorials for inclusion in the
    conference registration material by March 29th, 2002. The description
    should be in three formats: a latex version that fits onto 1/2 page; an
    ASCII (iso8859-1) version that can be included with the email
    announcement; and an HTML version that can be included on the conference
    home page. Tutorial speakers must provide tutorial materials, at least
    containing copies of the overhead transparencies to be used as well as a
    bibliography for the material covered in the tutorial by May 10th, 2002.


    The current ACL policy is that tutorials are reimbursed at the following
    rate: US$500 per session plus $25 per registrant in the range 21-50 plus
    $15 per registrant in excess of 50. Note that this is per tutorial, not
    per presenter: multiple presenters will split the proceeds, the default
    assumption being an even split. The ACL does not usually cover any
    further expenses.


    Submission deadline for proposal: 11th January, 2002
    Notification of acceptance: 25th January, 2002
    Tutorial descriptions due: 29th March, 2002
    Tutorial course material due: 10th May, 2002
    Tutorials date: 7th July, 2002

             Date: Wed, 14 Nov 2001 10:03:08 +0000
             From: "David L. Gants" <dgants@parallel.park.uga.edu>
             Subject: 2nd Call for Papers: AT2AI-3 From Agent Theory to Agent

    >> From: paolo petta <paolo@ai.univie.ac.at>

    *** Call For Papers *** Call For Papers *** Call For Papers ***


                          Third International Symposium
                   "From Agent Theory to Agent Implementation"

            <URL: http://www.ai.univie.ac.at/~paolo/conf/at2ai3.html>

                                   held at the
            16th European Meeting on Cybernetics and Systems Research
                                   (EMCSR 2002)

                      April 2-5, 2002, Vienna, Austria, EU


                   Paper submission deadline: November 16, 2001


    By the time the first symposium "From Agent Theory to Agent
    Implementation" was held in April 1998, agent-based technology had
    already made a fast inroad from highly specialised workshops to
    mainstream textbooks. Rapid progress has continued to date, resulting
    in an ever expanding range of underpinning theories, architectural
    models, engineering methods, implementation frameworks, and tools.

    Even so, there remain many issues to be investigated and clarified
    concerning the relations between theoretical models of agents and
    multiagent systems on the one hand, and the deployment of
    implementations based on these models and architectures in real-world
    applications on the other, including perspectives on the supporting
    infrastructure and middleware.

    The main objective of this symposium is to foster the exchange of
    ideas and experience among researchers and practitioners working on
    theoretical and application-oriented issues of agent technology,
    covering both the micro and macro aspects of agent design and the
    transition from drawing boards and partly idealised models, over
    modeling tools and frameworks, to deployment, configuration and
    maintenance of implementations.

    Of particular relevance to the symposium is work that reports insights
    gathered and lessons learnt when applying specific agent theories or
    architectures to application problems, and that discusses methods,
    methodologies, and other tools, that can help system designers to
    successfully accomplish the mapping between available agent technology
    on the one hand, and application problems on the other.

    [material deleted]


    * Please consult the symposium web page for latest updates
    * For information about paper formatting, registration, and
        accommodation, see the main EMCSR 2002 Web site

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