11.11.97

5 Ankündigungen

Sehr geehrtes Mitglied der Gesellschaft für Kognitionswissenschaft,

diese Mitteilung enthält fünf Ankündigungen unterschiedlicher Länge.

Auf besonders breites Interesse dürfte das Zweite Interdisziplinäre Kolleg (IK98) stoßen. Diese siebentägige Veranstaltung bietet ein extrem reichhaltiges und abwechslungsreiches Programm. Bei den Dozenten und Organisatoren sind die Mitglieder der GK stark vertreten, und die Gesellschaft als ganze unterstützt die Veranstaltung.

Die beste Empfehlung bietet aber das Programm selbst. In dieser Mail ist nur eine kurze Beschreibung in Textform enthalten. Die WWW-Seite des IK98 bietet eine Fülle von Informationen und Verbindungen nach anderen Seiten, die auch unabhängig von der Veranstaltung lesenswert sind.

Besten Gruß
Anthony Jameson
Schriftführer der GK


Übersicht über die Ankündigungen

1. Zweites Interdisziplinäres Kolleg, IK98

2. Neural Correlates of Consciousness: Empirical and Conceptual Issues

3. Workshop on Deception, Fraud and Trust in Agent Societies

4. ESSLLI-98 Workshop on Mutual Knowledge, Common Ground and Public Information

5. Verfügbarkeit des Tagungsbands zur AI-ED97


Die Ankündigungen

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1. Zweites Interdisziplinäres Kolleg, IK98

Zweites Interdisziplinaeres Kolleg, IK98
Guenne am Moehnesee, 7.-14.3.1998

>> http://www.tzi.informatik.uni-bremen.de/ik98  <<

Was ist das Interdisziplinaere Kolleg?

Das Interdisziplinaere Kolleg (IK) ist eine intensive
interdisziplinaere Fruehjahrsschule zum Generalthema "Intelligenz
und Gehirn".  Die Schirmwissenschaften des IK sind die
Neurowissenschaft, die Kognitionswissenschaft, die Kuenstliche
Intelligenz und die Neuroinformatik.  Angesehene Dozenten aus
diesen Disziplinen vermitteln Grundlagenkenntnisse, fuehren in
methodische Vorgehensweisen ein und erlaeutern aktuelle
Forschungsfragen.  Ein abgestimmtes Spektrum von Grund-, Theorie-
und Spezialkursen, sowie an disziplinuebergreifenden
Veranstaltungen teilweise mit praktischen Uebungen richtet sich
an Studenten und Forscher aus dem akademischen und industriellen
Bereich.

Veranstalter ist die Gesellschaft fuer Informatik (GI) mit
Unterstuetzung von: FB 1 (KI) der GI, Fachgruppe 0.0.2 (NN) der
GI, European Neural Network Society (ENNS) und German Chapter
(GNNS), DFG-Graduiertenkolleg "Signalketten in lebenden
Systemen", Neurowissenschaftliche Gesellschaft, GMD, Gesellschaft
fuer Kognitionswissenschaft.

In den letzten Jahren gab es in Deutschland einen
interdisziplinaeren Aufbruch.  Er fand im Herbst 1996 einen
ersten Hoehepunkt in der Tagung "Wege ins Hirn"
(http://www.hlrz.kfa-juelich.de/~peters/WegeInsHirn/).  Dort
wurde auch beschlossen, das IK als Nachfolgerin der bekannten
KI-Fruehjahrschulen (KIFS) auszurichten.  Diese Aufbruchstimmung
ging beim ersten IK im Fruehjahr 1997 auf die Teilnehmenden und
Dozierenden ueber.  Die Kurse und die Atmosphaere fanden grossen,
oft sogar enthusiastischen Anklang.  Das IK findet nun
alljaehrlich statt.  Als Veranstalter fungiert die Gesellschaft
fuer Informatik (GI), mit Unterstuetzung von Fachverbaenden der
beteiligten Disziplinen.

Veranstaltungsort

Das Tagungsheim ist die Familienbildungsstaette
"Heinrich-Luebke-Haus" in Guenne (Sauerland).  Dies Haus liegt
abgeschieden am Moehnesee im Naturpark Arnsberger Wald.  Die
Teilnehmer sind im Tagungsheim untergebracht.  Alles foerdert
einen konzentrierten, geselligen Austausch zwischen den
Teilnehmern auch abends nach den eigentlichen
Kursveranstaltungen.

Schwerpunktthema

Das IK-98 hat als besonderen Schwerpunkt das Thema "Sprache und
Kommunikation", das in mehreren weiterfuehrenden Kursen von
unterschiedlichen Disziplinen her beleuchtet wird.

Kurse und Dozenten

Grundkurse 

G1 Neurobiologie (Gerhard Roth) 
G2 Kuenstliche Neuronale Netze - Theorie und Praxis (Guenther Palm,
   Helge Ritter) 
G3 Einfuehrung in die KI (Ipke Wachsmuth) 
G4 Kognitive Systeme - Eine Einfuehrung in die Kognitionswissenschaft
   (Gerhard Strube)

Theoriekurse 

T1 Das komplexe reale Neuron (Helmut Schwegler) 
T2 Connectionist Speech Recognition (Herve Bourlard) 
T3 Perception of Temporal Structures - Especially in Speech (Robert F.
   Port) 
T4 Sprachstruktur - Hirnarchitektur ; Sprachverarbeitung - Hirnprozesse
   (Helmut Schnelle)

Spezialkurse 

S1 Hybride konnektionistische und symbolische Ansaetze zur Verarbeitung 
   natuerlicher Sprache (Stefan Wermter) 
S2 Intelligente Agenten fuer Multimedia-Schnittstellen (Wolfgang
   Wahlster, Elisabeth Andre)
S3 Neurobiologie des Hoersystems (Guenter Ehret) 
S4 Sprachproduktion (Thomas Pechmann)

Disziplinuebergreifende Kurse 

D1 Fuzzy und Neurosysteme (Rudolf Kruse) 
D2 Zeitliche Kognition (Ernst Poeppel, Till Roenneberg) 
D3 The origins and evolution of language and meaning (Luc Steels) 
D4 Kontrolle von Bewegung in biologischen Systemen und 
   Navigation mobiler Roboter (Josef Schmitz, Thomas Christaller) 
D5 Optimieren neuronaler Netze durch Lernen und Evolution (Heinz Braun) 
D6 Koordination von Sprache und Handlung (Wolfgang Heydrich, Hannes
   Rieser) 
D7 Dinamik spikender Neurone und zeitliche Codierung (Andreas
   Herz)

Abendprogramm

In visionaeren, feurigen und/oder kuehnen "after-dinner-talks"
werden herausragende Forscher und Forscherinnen zu Kontroversen
einladen.

Kursunterlagen

Zu allen Kursen wird es schriftliche Dokumentationen geben,
welche als Sammelband allen Teilnehmern ausgehaendigt werden.

Wissenschaftlicher Beirat

Um die Anliegen des Interdisziplinaeren Kollegs in den
verschiedenen deutschen Forscherkreisen bekanntzumachen und zu
vertreten, hat sich folgender Beirat aus namhaften
Wissenschaftlern gebildet:

Wolfgang Banzhaf, Wilfried Brauer, Armin B. Cremers, Christian
Freksa, Otthein Herzog, Wolfgang Hoeppner, Hanspeter Mallot,
Thomas Metzinger, Heiko Neumann, Hermann Ney, Guenther Palm,
Ernst Poeppel, Wolfgang Prinz, Burghard Rieger, Helge Ritter,
Claus Rollinger, Werner von Seelen, Hans Spada, Gerhard Strube,
Helmut Schwegler, Ipke Wachsmuth, Wolfgang Wahlster.

Organisationskomitee

Thomas Christaller, Bernhard Froetschl, Christopher Habel,
Herbert Jaeger, Anthony Jameson, Frank Pasemann, Bjoern-Olaf
Peters, Annegret Pfoh, Raul Rojas (Gesamtleitung), Gerhard Roth,
Kerstin Schill, Werner Tack.

Tagungsbuero 

Christine Harms, c/o GMD, Schloss Birlinghoven, D-53754 Sankt Augustin, 
Telefon 02241-14-2473, Fax 02241-14-2472, email christine.harms@gmd.de


Weitere Informationen

Detaillierte Infos zum Hintergrund und dem Tagungsprogramm des
IK-98 sind auf dessen Internet-homepage
(http://www.tzi.uni-bremen.de/ik98/) abrufbar.


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2. Neural Correlates of Consciousness: Empirical and Conceptual Issues

      THE ASSOCIATION FOR THE SCIENTIFIC STUDY OF CONSCIOUSNESS
            CALL FOR PAPERS, POSTERS & WORKSHOP PRESENTERS
                           FOR A CONFERENCE ON:

 NEURAL CORRELATES OF CONSCIOUSNESS: EMPIRICAL AND CONCEPTUAL ISSUES

                     HANSE-WISSENSCHAFTSKOLLEG
                 JUNE 19-22, 1998: BREMEN, GERMANY

The second conference of the Association for the Scientific Study of
Consciousness will be held from June 19-22, 1998, in Bremen, Germany,
hosted and sponsored by the Hanse Institute for Advanced Study.
The search for neural correlates of consciousness (NCC) -- specific
systems in the brain that correlate directly with states of conscious
experience -- has become an active area of research in recent years.
Methods such as single-cell recording in monkeys and brain imaging and
electrophysiology in humans, applied to such phenomena as blindsight,
implicit/explicit cognition, and binocular rivalry (among others), have
generated a wealth of data. At the same time a number of theoretical
proposals about NCC location have been put forward. In addition,
important conceptual questions raised by this work are beginning to be
addressed.
The ASSC conference will bring together neuroscientists, psychologists,
and philosophers to focus on these issues. Empirical data from many
different paradigms will be presented, along with proposals about what
these results suggest concerning NCC location. Theorists will address
conceptual and methodological issues concerning the search for NCCs. The
conference will provide an opportunity for experimental and theoretical
researchers to jointly compare and contrast NCC proposals, to consider
key foundational questions, and to assess the current state and future
of this area of research.
Confirmed speakers include: Ansgar Beckermann, Ned Block, David
Chalmers, Patricia Churchland, Antonio Damasio, Stephen Engel, Hans
Flohr, Nick Franks, Melvyn Goodale, Valerie Gray Hardcastle, Christof
Koch, Nikos Logothetis, Thomas Metzinger, Ernst Pöppel, JoŽlle Proust,
V. S. Ramachandran, Gerhard Roth, Arash Sahraie, Wolf Singer, and
Petra Stoerig.
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CALL FOR PAPERS & POSTERS
-------------------------
It is intended that the topic of the conference will be covered in an
interdisciplinary manner and towards this end speakers are invited to
discuss these issues from physiological, psychological and philosophical
perspectives.
Submissions will be accepted as either poster or talk, depending on
their quality, their suitability to the topics addressed by this
conference and the available slots. Any person may present only one
submission, but may be co-author on more than one. Oral presentations
will be limited to 25 minutes, to be followed by a five minute
discussion period.
Concurrent sessions will take place at Holiday Inn and Übersee Hotel.
Poster sessions, symposia and all plenary lectures will take place at
Die Glocke.

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WORKSHOPS
---------
This notice is also intended as a call for workshop presenters. One of the
aims of this meeting is to allow researchers to gain a background in areas
that they may know little about. Towards that end a number of workshops are
planned. Is there a topic you or perhaps someone in your laboratory might
want to present? Some participants in the conference would be very
interested in learning about technical matters such as fMRI or other
important brain imaging techniques. Others might enjoy a seminar on a
philosophical topic. If you have recently published a book or major article
on some topic you might want to lead a discussion on it. As with papers the
focus of all workshops should naturally fit within the overall theme of the
conference. A non-exclusive list of topics that we intend presenting given
sufficient interest include background briefings in:
        *  The latest methods and implications of various brain scanning
            techniques (e.g. fMRI, EEG, SQUID, ERP)
        *  Blindsight
        *  Neural network or other theoretical models of processing in areas
             related to conscious activity
        *  Neglect
        *  Differences and similarities between conscious and unconscious
            processing
        *  Current models of the visual system
        *  Criteria for the ascription of consciousness
        *  Philosophical issues concerning relations between neural
        activities and consciousness
        *  Please suggest other sample topics, or modify the above!!
Workshops will be held in parallel sessions on the morning and afternoon
of June 19th. Each workshop is intended to last approximately
three hours. The sizes of workshops will vary between a minimum of 10 to
a maximum of around 25 people. Workshops that do not achieve the minimum
enrollment of 10 people will not be offered. Workshop presenters will
receive a minimum honorarium of 900 DM. The cost of attending workshops
will be 75 DM.

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SUBMISSION OF PROPOSALS
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WORKSHOP PROPOSALS MUST BE RECEIVED BY JANUARY 31st 1998
PAPER AND POSTER SUBMISSIONS MUST BE RECEIVED BY FEBRUARY 28TH 1998

Submissions to be a presenter of either a paper, workshop or poster must
include the following information:
1. Title.
2. An abstract of 150-250 words
3. Name(s)
   Institutional affiliation(s)
   Postal address(es)
   Email address(es)
   Telephone and fax numbers
   Membership status in the Association for the Scientific Study of
   Consciousness (Full member, Affiliate, or Nonmember)
For papers and poster presenters:
4. A specification of which co-author will present the paper/poster at the
meeting
5. Be sure to indicate whether this is submitted as a
        a. Spoken presentation
        b. Poster
And also, if your spoken presentation cannot be
fit into the program, please indicate your willingness
to present it as a poster instead:  Yes__  No__
Please send - using email where possible - paper and poster proposals to:
       ASSC 2
       Hanse Institute for Advanced Study
       Fischstrasse 31
       27749 Delmenhorst
       Germany
       Email: ASSC2@uni-bremen.de
       Phone: ++49-(0)4221-9160-120 ; Fax: ++49-(0)4221-9160-125
Workshop proposals to:
       Patrick Wilken
       ASSC Conference Committee
       Department of Computer Science
       Monash University
       Clayton  VIC  3168
       Australia
       Email: patrickw@cs.monash.edu.au
       Phone: +61-3-9905-5227; Fax: +61-3-9905-5146

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FURTHER INFORMATION
-------------------
Forms for paper, poster, and workshop submissions, registering at the
conference, and application for membership in the society are all
available from the ASSC website: <http://www.phil.vt.edu/ASSC/>. Please
check this site for updates to program information and general
information about the society's activities. In addition you can find out
more about two ASSC journals by checking out the following websites:
Consciousness & Cognition: http://www.idealibrary.com/
                           http://www.europe.idealibrary.com/
PSYCHE: http://psyche.cs.monash.edu.au/
Please address any further enquiries regarding the conference to the ASSC
organising committee at <ASSC2@uni-bremen.de>. The conference organizing
committee consists of: William Banks, David Chalmers,  Christof Koch,
Thomas Metzinger, Antti Revonsuo, and Patrick Wilken.





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3. Workshop on Deception, Fraud and Trust in Agent Societies


                                WORKSHOP ON

              Deception, Fraud and Trust in Agent Societies

                 Minneapolis/St Paul, USA, May 9, 1998
                        Autonomous Agents '98

                         FIRST CALL FOR PAPERS

Description of the workshop:

The aim of the workshop is to bring together researchers that
can contribute to a better understanding of trust and deception
in agent societies.

Most agent models assume secure and reliable communication to
exist between agents. However, this ideal situation is seldom met
in real life. Therefore, many techniques (e.g. contracts,
signatures, long-term personnel relationships) have been evolved
over time to detect and prevent deception and fraud in human
communication, exchanges and relations, and hence to assure trust
between agents.

In recent research on electronic commerce trust has been
recognized as one of the key factors for successful electronic
commerce adoption. In electronic commerce problems of trust are
magnified, because agents reach out far beyond their familiar
trade environments.  Also it is far from obvious whether existing
paper-based techniques for fraud detection and prevention are
adequate to establish trust in an electronic network environment
where you usually never meet your trade partner physically, and
where messages can be read or copied a million times without
leaving any trace. Trust building is more than secure
communication via electronic networks, as can be obtained with,
for example, public key cryptography techniques. For example, the
reliability of information about the status of your trade partner
has very little to do with secure communication. With the growing
impact of electronic commerce distance trust building becomes
more and more important, and better models of trust and deception
are needed. One trend is that in electronic communication
channels extra agents, the so-called Trusted Third Parties, are
introduced in an agent community that take care of trustbuilding
among the other agents in the network. For example, in some cases
the successful application of public key cryptography critically
depends on trusted third parties that issue the keys. Although we
do not focus in this workshop on techniques for secure
communication (e.g. public key cryptography), we would welcome
analyses about the advantages and limitations of these techniques
for trustbuilding.

The notion of trust is definitely important in other domains of
agents' theory, beyond that of electronic commerce. It seems even
foundational for the notion of "agency" and for its defining
relation of acting "on behalf of". So, trust is relevant also in
HC interaction; consider the relation between the user and
her/his personal assistant (and, in general, her/his computer).
But it is also critical for modeling groups and teams,
organisations, coordination, negotiation, with the related
trade-off between local/individual utility and global/collective
interest; or in modelling distributed knowledge and its
circulation. In sum, the notion of trust is crucial for all the
major topics of Multi-Agent systems.

Thus what is needed is a general and principled theory of trust,
of its cognitive and affective components, and of its social
functions.

Analogously the study of deception not only is very relevant for
avoiding practical troubles, but it seems really foundational for
the theory of communication. First, because it challenges Grice's
principles of linguistic communication; second, because the
notion of "sign" itself has been defined in semiotics in relation
to deception: "In principle, Semiotics is the discipline studying
whatever can be used for lying" (U. Eco).

Thus not only practical defences from deception (like
reputations, guaranties, etc.), but also a general and principled
theory of deception and of its forms (including fraud) are
needed.

We would encourage an interdisciplinary focus of the workshop as
well as the presentation of a wide range of models of deception,
fraud and trust(building). Just to mention some examples; AI
models, BDI models, cognitive models, game theory and also
management science theories about trustbuilding.


Suggested topics include, but are not restricted to:

*  models of deception and of its functions
*  models of trust and of its functions
*  models of fraud 
*  role of trust and trusted third parties (TTP) in electronic commerce
*  defensive strategies and mechanisms
*  ways to detect and prevent deception and fraud


WORKSHOP ORGANIZATION

The full-day workshop will be aimed at creating an informal
atmosphere for stimulating discussions, interdisciplinary
exchange and deep understanding of each other's pespective.

We plan to have both:

Paper presentations: 

Long presentations (25-30 min) of the accepted papers, plus
10-15 minutes for discussion (possibly with discussants). Plenary
discussion at the end.

Panel sessions: 

A couple of topics will be selected for a focused
discussion. Some of the attendees will be requested to
participate as panelists. The panels chairs will circulate prior
to the workshop a list of questions for the panelists.

The accepted papers will be published in the workshop
proceedings. The publication of a revised version of the accepted
papers is being negotiated with a high quality publisher.

SUBMISSION: CRITERIA, FORMATS, PROCEDURE

The workshop welcomes submissions of original, high quality
papers addressing issues that are clearly relevant to trust,
deception and fraud in agent-based systems, either from a
theoretical or an applied perspective. Papers will be peer
reviewed by at least two referees from a group of reviewers
selected by the workshop organizers.

Submitted papers should be new work that has not been published
elsewhere or is not about to be published elsewhere.

Paper submissions: will include a full paper and a separate
title page with the title, authors (full address), a 300-400 word
abstract, and a list of keywords. The length of submitted papers
must not exceed 12 pages including all figures, tables, and
bibliography. All papers must be written in English.

* The authors must send by email the title page of their paper by
  January 15th.
* Submissions must be send electronically, as a postscript or
  MSword format file, by January 20th.
* The authors must also airmail one hard copy of their paper to
  two of the organizers as soon as possible after the
  electronic submission.
* No submissions by fax or arriving after the deadline will be
  accepted.

SUBMISSION ADDRESS

for the electronic submission
Rino Falcone 
falcone@pscs2.irmkant.rm.cnr.it
tel. +39 - 6 - 860 90 211

for the airmail hard copy 

Babak Sadighi Firozabadi
Department of Computing - Imperial College
180 Queen's Gate - London SW7 2BZ - U.K.

and (notice "and")

Cristiano Castelfranchi
National Research Council - Institute of Psychology
Viale Marx, 15 - 00137 Roma - ITALY
tel +39 6 860 90 518

IMPORTANT DATES

Deadline for the electronic title page          January 15, 1998
Deadline for Paper Submission                   January 20, 1998
Notification of Acceptance/Rejection            March  1, 1998
Deadline for camera-ready version               April  1, 1998
Workshop                                        May 9, 1998



Workshop organizers:

Cristiano  Castelfranchi (co-chair)
National Research Council - Institute of Psychology- Rome - Italy

Yao-Hua Tan (co-chair)
EURIDIS - Erasmus University - Rotterdam - The Netherlands 
    
Babak Sadighi Firozabadi
Department of Computing - Imperial College - London - UK

Rino Falcone
National Research Council - Institute of Psychology - Rome - Italy

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4. ESSLLI-98 Workshop on Mutual Knowledge, Common Ground and Public Information

             Apologies to those of you who receive multiple copies

                          ESSLLI-98 Workshop on
             MUTUAL KNOWLEDGE, COMMON GROUND AND PUBLIC INFORMATION
                           August 24 - 28, 1998

                       A workshop held as part of the
        10th European Summer School in Logic, Language and Information
                               (ESSLLI-98)
                August 17 - 28, 1998, Saarbrueken, Germany

                        ** FIRST CALL FOR PAPERS **


ORGANISERS: Wolfgang Heydrich and Hannes Rieser (Hamburg/Bielefeld)

Web site: http://www.dcs.warwick.ac.uk/~esslli98/workshops.html

BACKGROUND
The topic of the workshop is in the common focus of several disciplines:
cognitive science, linguistic pragmatics & semantics, philosophical logic,
AI, and psychology.  It concerns research in areas like discourse analysis,

coordination, presupposition and accomodation, as well as the formal
reconstruction of dialogue and interaction.  There are obvious connections
to problems of group-epistemology and general (philosophical) concepts like

intersubjectivity.  The topic constitutes a field of discussion where
empirical and formal methodologies meet (from controlled experiments and
discourse analysis to, say, non-well-founded set theory).

We invite contributions from all the fields mentioned above, which may
focus on:

  - foundational problems (epistemic logic, social ontology, set theory),
  - descriptive and experimental work in psychology, linguistics and
    ethnomethodology,
  - applications in models of agent's behaviour based on e.g., intention
    analysis, Gricean accounts or speech act theory,
  - computer simulation implementing the concepts mentioned.

WORKSHOP FORMAT:
The workshop will consist of five sessions (90 min. each) of presentation
and discussion of contributed papers.  It will take place during the second

week of the Summer School and will be open to all members of the LLI
community.

SUBMISSIONS:
All reserchers in the area, but especially Ph.D. students and young
reserachers, are encouraged to submit a two-page abstract (hard copies or
by e-mail) to one of the following addresses:

   Prof.Dr. Hannes Rieser              PD Dr. Wolfgang Heydrich
   University of Bielefeld             University of Hamburg
   Fak. Lili                           Germanisches Seminar
   Postfach 100131                     Von-Melle-Park 6
   D-33501 Bielefeld                   D-20146 Hamburg
   Germany                             Germany
   rieser@lili.uni-bielefeld.de        heydrich@lili.uni-bielefeld.de
   phone: 0049-521-1063666             phone: 0049-40-4222501
   fax: 0049-521-1062996               fax: 0049-40-4222603

The deadline for submission of abstracts is February 15, 1998.
Notification of contributors will be given around April 15, 1998.

Contributors of selected papers will be asked to provide extended abstracts
(five pages) to be distributed as work-shop notes.  The deadline for
submission of extended abstracts is May 15, 98.

REGISTRATION:
Workshop contributors will be required to register for ESSLLI-98, but they
will be eligible for a reduced registration fee.

IMPORTANT DATES:
        Feb 15, 98: Deadline for submissions
        Apr 15, 98: Notification of acceptance
        May 15, 98: Deadline for final copy
        Aug 17, 98: Start of workshop

FURTHER INFORMATION:
To obtain further information about ESSLLI-98 please visit the ESSLLI-98
home page at http://www.coli.uni-sb.de/esslli

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5. Verfügbarkeit des Tagungsbands zur AI-ED97

Liebe Kollegen,

der Tagungsband mit 685 Seiten:

     DuBOULAY & MIZOGUCHI (eds), Artificial Intelligence in Education:
        Knowledge and Media in Learning Systems, 
        Proceedings of AI-ED 97 World Conference 
        on Artificial Intelligence in Education, Kobe, Japan;
        Amsterdam: IOS-Press, ISBN 90 5199 353 6

ist erhaeltlich in Deutschland bei:

        IOS Press
        Spandauer Strasse 2
        D-10178 Berlin

oder direkt bei Prof. Mizoguchi (miz@ei.sanken.osaka-u.ac.jp).

    
          Mit freundlichem Gruss

                  Claus Moebus

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