6.0055 ICEBOL 6: Symbolic and Logical Computing (1/45)

Elaine Brennan & Allen Renear (EDITORS@BROWNVM.BITNET)
Thu, 4 Jun 1992 15:59:42 EDT

Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 6, No. 0055. Thursday, 4 Jun 1992.

Date: Wed, 03 Jun 92 14:27:29 CDT
From: "Eric Johnson DSU, Madison, SD 57042" <ERIC@SDNET>
Subject: Conference: ICEBOL6

Sixth International Conference on Symbolic and Logical Computing

October 15-16, 1992

Dakota State University, Madison, South Dakota

Computer programming for all kinds of non-numeric applications will
be the focus of presentations at the Sixth International Conference
on Symbolic and Logical Computing: ICEBOL6. The Conference will be
held on the campus of Dakota State University in rural Madison,
South Dakota, on October 15 and 16 -- often the most pleasant time
of year in South Dakota.

Ralph Griswold, creator of the Icon programming language and
SNOBOL4, will be a featured speaker at ICEBOL6. He will discuss
visualizing program execution in Icon, and he will present a clinic
on programming in Icon.

The Banquet Speaker is Robert B. K. Dewar -- the creator of
SPITBOL and Realia COBOL; he is currently working on a GNU/Ada

Mark Olsen is the Keynote Speaker for the Conference. He is
the author of many articles, reviews, and papers on computing and
literary study. He is the Technical Review Editor of Computers and
the Humanities and the Assistant Director of the ARTFL Project at
the University of Chicago.

Among the Conference topics are parsing, conversion of text to
hypertext, parallel algorithms for text processing, machine
translation, natural-language query processing, artificial
intelligence and backtracking, and analysis of the language of
Victor Borge.

Proposals for presentations at ICEBOL6 have been accepted from
Australia, Bulgaria, England, Finland, France, India, Japan, The
Netherlands, Poland, Switzerland, and throughout the United States.

For registration forms and additional information about
ICEBOL6, contract Eric Johnson, 114 Beadle Hall, Dakota State
University, Madison, SD 57042 U.S.A., (605) 256-5270,