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From: Humanist Discussion Group (by way of Willard McCarty willard.mccarty_at_kcl.ac.uk>
Date: Mon, 6 Mar 2006 06:29:11 +0000

               Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 19, No. 642.
       Centre for Computing in the Humanities, King's College London
                   www.kcl.ac.uk/humanities/cch/humanist/
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   [1] From: Ken Friedman <ken.friedman_at_bi.no> (83)
         Subject: Third call --- Wonderground --- Design Research
                 Society International Conference 2006

   [2] From: Brad Nickerson <bgn_at_UNB.CA> (23)
         Subject: Call for papers, CaSTA 2006

   [3] From: "Dmitry Epstein" <dmitrye_at_bgumail.bgu.ac.il> (62)
         Subject: Digital Divide Minitrack - HICSS-40

   [4] From: Miki Hermann <Miki.Hermann_at_lix.polytechnique.fr> (31)
         Subject: LPAR 2006, 2nd Call For Papers

   [5] From: TSD 2006 <tsd2006_at_tsdconference.org> (53)
         Subject: TSD 2006 - Second Call for Papers

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         Date: Mon, 06 Mar 2006 06:04:55 +0000
         From: Ken Friedman <ken.friedman_at_bi.no>
         Subject: Third call --- Wonderground ---
Design Research Society International Conference 2006

Wonderground!

Design Research Society
International Conference 2006
Lisbon, Portugal

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Third Call for Papers - Deadline March 31
Wonderground - the 2006 Design Research Society International
Conference invites full papers of up to 6,000 words and working
papers of up to 2,000 words. There is a specific call for
contributions to the research exhibition. We welcome papers in all
areas of design research.
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Conference Web Site
http://www.iade.pt/drs2006/
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DEADLINE: 2006 March 31.
Responding to requests for an extended deadline, we changed the
deadline to March 31. We will continue to accept papers until April 5.
We will begin the review process for each paper as it arrives to
ensure a prompt reply for those who need it.
Digital submission: Authors must submit papers in digital form.
Submission address: Please submit papers to the Content Management Coordinator
"Martim Lapa" martim.lapa_at_iade.pt
When sending your paper to Mr. Lapa, please send a copy [Cc:] to the
Content Management Secretary
"Elisabete Perfeito" eperfeito_at_iade.pt
Language: Papers must be written in English.
References, format, and style: Conference papers should follow the
Publoication Manual of the American Psychological Association, Fifth
Edition. Please visit the conference web site for full details.
Authors can download a good short guide at URL:
http://www.docstyles.com/
Length: Full papers should be up to 6000 words plus illustrations.
Working papers should be up to 2000 words plus illustrations.
Refereeing: A large, international scientific committee ensures
expert review for all fields. No referee will review more than three
papers. Authors will receive careful and reflective comments.
The Wonderground review process will "help authors in" rather than
"keep authors out."
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Short Guidelines Members of the scientific committee have prepared
two short guidelines to help authors write papers that enable readers
to understand and use their work. These are not rules, but
suggestions or checklists covering the key features of a conference paper.
Full Papers The full paper format runs up to 6,000 words. We
encourage submissions from all fields of design research. We welcome
papers representing all perspectives and research methods. These
guidelines are intended to help authors
At the top of the full paper, write a self-contained abstract of up
to 200 words that outlines your aims, scope, and conclusions. Then,
give up to five keywords that describe the working paper. In the
paper, 1) Introduce the subject and state the goals of the paper. 2)
Identify the issues you will consider and give some background. 3)
Describe your approach to the issues you will address. 4) Describe
the circumstances in which you conducted your work. 5) Describe what
you actually did and describe the tools you used. 6) Describe your
findings or conclusions and explain how they support your goals. 7)
Indicate what you learned or accomplished and suggest future work in
your area of interest. 8) Provide a bibliography containing all the
references cited in the text.
Working papers: The 2000-word length working paper format allows
researchers to present work in progress in a convenient way while
making a rich enough argument to deserve conference presentation.
A working paper should contain several features of a full paper. At
the top of the working paper, write a self-contained abstract of up
to 200 words that outlines your aims, scope, and conclusions. Then,
give up to five keywords that describe the working paper. In the
working paper, 1) State the theme of the paper. 2) Promise a
contribution. 3) Provide evidence for the argument that you will
present to reach the conclusion. 4) State the structure of the
argument and show how you will develop it. 5) Show how the evidence
and the argument will lead to a contribution. Evidence may include
summaries of empirical work as well as discussion from the
literature. 6) Provide a selected reference list to supports the
working paper in the same way that a full reference list supports a full paper.
Language advice English is the conference language. Please remember
that English is a second or third language for many of our authors
and readers. We encourage authors to write in a direct, comfortable
style for clear, understandable papers.
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Information update service: If you are submitting a paper or exhibit
to Wonderground, please join our JISCmail information list to receive
updates and conference information. To join please go to:
http://www.jiscmail.ac.uk/lists/DRS-CONFERENCE-CONTRIBUTORS.html
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         Date: Mon, 06 Mar 2006 06:05:35 +0000
         From: Brad Nickerson <bgn_at_UNB.CA>
         Subject: Call for papers, CaSTA 2006
Fellow researchers:
    My apologies if you receive this call for papers notice
more than once.
    This year's Canadian Symposium on Text Analysis conference
is being held at the University of New Brunswick in Fredericton.
Papers are being accepted until March 15, 2006, and we hope you
will consider submitting a paper in one of the following areas:
    =B7Text analysis from a Humanities Computing perspective
    =B7Interface Design and usability issues
    =B7Applying Computer Science research to textual questions
The CaSTA Program Committee invites submissions that focus on the
ways in which researchers mine, manipulate and use electronic texts,
where "texts" are understood in a broad sense to extend to and
include multimedia.
    The complete call for papers and submission guidelines are at
       http://www.lib.unb.ca/casta2006/
Co-sponsors include the Social Sciences and Humanities Research
Council of Canada, the Society for Digital Humanities and the
Association for Computing Machinery.
    It would be much appreciated if you could forward this message
on to others you think might be interested in submitting a
paper to CaSTA 2006.
Regards, Brad Nickerson
CaSTA 2006 Co-Chair
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         Date: Mon, 06 Mar 2006 06:07:45 +0000
         From: "Dmitry Epstein" <dmitrye_at_bgumail.bgu.ac.il>
         Subject: Digital Divide Minitrack - HICSS-40
CALL FOR PAPERS for the Digital Divide minitrack
Forty Annual Hawai'i International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS-40)
January 3-6, 2007
Hilton Waikoloa Village, Big Island
Additional detail may be found on HICSS primary 
web site: <http://www.hicss.hawaii.edu>http://www.hicss.hawaii.edu
Digital divide plays an important role in last 
years’ discourse in theory and practice as well. 
Starting in the 90’s by focusing on 
infrastructures divides between the ‘have’ and 
‘have-not’ and continuing in the following years 
to other dimensions of the divide such as skill, 
usage, governmental and communal support and more…
The mini-track calls for papers that study the 
digital divide in different levels, methods and 
perspectives. Levels of the digital divide such 
as: international, national, local, sector, communal, and also individual.
Subjects related to the digital divide that are 
in the scope of this mini-track but not limited to:
      Socio-demographic factors– gender, age, 
education, income, ethnic diversity, race 
diversity, language diversity, religiosity
      Social and governmental support – for 
example the use of supportive initiatives, policy 
and applications to bridge the gap, or how 
society and communities impact e-Inclusion
      Conceptualization and theory of digital divide
      Comparative and local analysis of policy
      Use – skills, frequency and time, locus, 
autonomy of use, what do users do online and for what purpose
      Access and technology – infrastructure factors
      Affordability
      Accessibility focusing mainly in populations with special needs
      Measurements index – e-readiness, DiDix and more
MINITRACK CHAIR:
Karine Barzilai-Nahon
Assistant Professor
The Information School
University of Washington
Mary Gates Hall, Room 370B, Box 352840
Seattle, WA 98195-2840, Tel- (206) 685-6668
Email - <mailto:karineb_at_u.washington.edu>karineb_at_u.washington.edu
Website - 
<http://www.ischool.washington.edu/karineb>www.ischool.washington.edu/karineb
IMPORTANT DEADLINES
Abstract        Authors may contact Minitrack 
Chair for guidance and indication of appropriate   content at anytime.
June 15 Authors submit full papers to the Peer 
Review System, following Author Instructions 
found on the HICSS web site 
(<http://www.hicss.hawaii.edu>www.hicss.hawaii.edu). 
Papers undergo a double-blind review.
August 15       Acceptance/Rejection notices are 
sent to Authors via the Peer Review    System.
September 15    Authors submit Final Version of 
papers to the Peer Review System web site.
The Digital Divide minitrack is part of the 
Digital Media: Content and Communication Track 
Chaired by Michael Shepherd (<mailto:shepherd_at_cs.dal.ca>shepherd_at_cs.dal.ca)
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Karine Barzilai-Nahon
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         Date: Mon, 06 Mar 2006 06:08:39 +0000
         From: Miki Hermann <Miki.Hermann_at_lix.polytechnique.fr>
         Subject: LPAR 2006, 2nd Call For Papers
LPAR-13                                               Phnom Penh, Cambodia
http://www.lix.polytechnique.fr/~hermann/LPAR2006/ 13th-17th November 2006
                          2nd Call For Papers
The 13th  International  Conference  on Logic  for   Programming Artificial
Intelligence and Reasoning (LPAR-13) will  be held 13th-17th November 2006,
at the  Hotel Cambodiana, Phnom Penh,  Cambodia.  Submission of  papers for
presentation at the conference is now invited. Topics of interest include:
+ automated reasoning                  + propositional reasoning
+ interactive theorem proving          + description logics
+ software verification                + hardware verification
+ software testing                     + logic and ontologies
+ proof assistants                     + network and protocol verification
+ proof planning                       + nonmonotonic reasoning
+ proof checking                       + constructive logic and type theory
+ rewriting and unification            + lambda and combinatory calculi
+ logic programming                    + knowledge representation and reasoning
+ modal and temporal logics            + constraint programming
+ systems specification and synthesis  + logical foundations of programming
+ model checking                       + computational interpretations of logic
+ proof-carrying code                  + logic and computational complexity
+ logic and databases                  + logic in artificial intelligence
+ reasoning for the semantic web       + reasoning about actions
Full  and  short papers are  welcome.  Full  papers   may be either regular
papers  containing    new  results,   or   experimental  papers  describing
implementations or evaluations of systems.   Short papers may describe work
in progress  or provide  system  descriptions.   Submitted  papers must  be
original,  and   not   submitted concurrently   to  a   journal  or another
conference.
The full paper proceedings of LPAR-13 will be published by  Springer-Verlag
in the  LNAI series.  Authors of accepted full  papers will be  required to
sign a form transferring copyright of their contribution to Springer-Verlag.
The short paper proceedings of LPAR-13 will be published by the conference.
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         Date: Mon, 06 Mar 2006 06:09:30 +0000
         From: TSD 2006 <tsd2006_at_tsdconference.org>
         Subject: TSD 2006 - Second Call for Papers
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                     TSD 2006 - SECOND CALL FOR PAPERS
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Ninth International Conference on TEXT, SPEECH and DIALOGUE (TSD 2006)
                Brno, Czech Republic, 11-15 September 2006
                      http://www.tsdconference.org/
The conference is organized by the Faculty of Informatics, Masaryk
University, Brno, and the Faculty of Applied Sciences, University of
West Bohemia, Pilsen.  The conference is supported by International
Speech Communication Association.
VENUE: Brno, Czech Republic
THE SUBMISSION DEADLINES:
      March 15 2006 ............ Submission of abstracts
      March 22 2006 ............ Submission of papers
Submission of abstract serves for better organization of the review
process only - for the actual review a full paper submission is
necessary.
TSD SERIES
TSD series evolved as a prime forum for interaction between
researchers in both spoken and written language processing from the
former East Block countries and their Western colleagues. Proceedings
of TSD form a book published by Springer-Verlag in their Lecture Notes
in Artificial Intelligence (LNAI) series.
TOPICS
Topics of the conference will include (but are not limited to):
      text corpora and tagging
      transcription problems in spoken corpora
      sense disambiguation
      links between text and speech oriented systems
      parsing issues, especially parsing problems in spoken texts
      multi-lingual issues, especially multi-lingual dialogue systems
      information retrieval and information extraction
      text/topic summarization
      machine translation
      semantic networks and ontologies
      semantic web
      speech modeling
      speech segmentation
      speech recognition
      search in speech for IR and IE
      text-to-speech synthesis
      dialogue systems
      development of dialogue strategies
      prosody in dialogues
      emotions and personality modeling
      user modeling
      knowledge representation in relation to dialogue systems
      assistive technologies based on speech and dialogue
      applied systems and software
      facial animation
      visual speech synthesis
Papers on processing of languages other than English are strongly
encouraged.
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