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PSYCOLOQUY ISSN 1055-0143 Wednesday, 20th June 2001, Newsletter Section

(1) Announcement: Workshop on Machine Learning and Phil. of Sci.
(2) Announcement: Evolution of Language Conference 2002.
(3) Announcement: Mental and Behav. Dysfunction in Movement Dis.
(4) Announcement: Congress on Autonomous Intelligent Systems.
(5) Announcement: Int. Behav. and Neural Genetics Society.

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From: Hilan Bensusan (hil...@unb.br)
Subject: Workshop on Machine Learning and Philosophy of Science.

This is a reminder of the call for papers for the following European
Conference on Machine Learning Workshop:

Machine Learning as Experimental Philosophy of Science

Machine learning studies inductive strategies in algorithms. The
philosophy of science investigates inductive strategies as they appear
in scientific practice. Although the two disciplines have developed
largely independently, they share many of the same issues. This is
slowly coming to be recognized, as evidenced in the annual Uncertainty
in AI and AI and Statistics conferences. This workshop will explore the
extent to which the methods and resources of philosophy of science and
machine learning can inform one another.

Papers due: 8 June 2001
Notification: 25 June 2001
Camera-ready due: 13 July 2001
Workshop: 3 Sept 2001

We prefer papers to be submitted electronically in a postscript email
attachment to both organizers simultaneously:

hil...@unb.br and
ko...@csse.monash.edu.au

Only if strictly necessary, submissions may be sent alternatively as an
MS Word attachment. A last resort would be to mail or fax submissions
to the address below:

MLEPS Workshop
c/o Kevin B. Korb
School of Computer Science
Monash University
Clayton, VIC 3800
AUSTRALIA

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From: James Hurford (j...@ling.ed.ac.uk)
Subject: Evolution of Language Conference 2002.

EVOLUTION OF LANGUAGE: Fourth International Conference, 2002.
Harvard University, Wednesday March 27th - Saturday March 30th.

http://www.ling.ed.ac.uk/evolang2002/

Further information, about added plenary speakers, accommodation,
conference fees, etc. will be forthcoming from time to time. If you
would like to be included in further emailings, please subscribe to the
EvoLang2002 email list. You can do this by sending an email to
majo...@ling.ed.ac.uk with the following single-line message (not in
the subject header):

subscribe evolang2002

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From: Marc Bedard (bedard.m...@uqam.ca)
Subject: Mental and Behavioral Dysfunction in Movement Disorders.

This is the second call for abstracts for the poster and platform
sessions of the symposium MENTAL AND BEHAVIORAL DYSFUNCTION IN MOVEMENT
DISORDERS. Deadline for submitting your abstract has been postponed to
JUNE 22nd, 2001. The accepted abstracts will be published in a special
issue of MOVEMENT DISORDERS. Topics should be focussed on cognitive,
affective or complex behavioral dysfunctions associated with movement
disorders, or on the movement disorders that may be observed in some
psychiatric syndromes.

You may fill in the abstract forms located on our web site at the
following address:

http://www.movdis2001.org

Looking forward to meeting you in Montreal on October 10-13, 2001.

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From: ICSC-NAISO (c...@ITStransnational.com)
Subject: Congress on Autonomous Intelligent Systems.

ICAIS 2002: 1st Int. ICSC Congress on Autonomous Intelligent Systems
Deakin University, Waterfront Campus Geelong, Australia
12 - 15 February 2002

www.icsc-naiso.org/conferences/icais2002

Autonomous intelligent systems can be described as intelligent entities
that are capable of independent action in dynamic, unpredictable
environments. This is a very fast growing research area attracting the
attention of many researchers around the globe. The aim of the
International Congress on Autonomous Intelligent Systems (ICAIS) is to
bring the researchers, system developers and users both from industry
and academia together to exchange their views and receive the very
latest information on the on-going research and development. This will
be carried out through a series of keynote addresses, technical
sessions, workshops and exhibitions.

Submission Deadline: July 31, 2001 (Extended)
Notification of Acceptance: October 15, 2001 (Extended)
Delivery of Manuscripts: November 30, 2001
Conference: February 12 - 15, 2002

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From: Wim Crusio (wim.c...@umassmed.edu)
Subject: International Behavioural and Neural Genetics Society Conference.

CALL FOR PAPERS: IBANGS 2001
November 8, 9, 10, in San Diego, California, USA

The annual scientific meeting of IBANGS will be held at the Island
Palms Hotel in San Diego as a satellite of the Society for Neuroscience
annual meeting. You are most welcome to attend our meeting and present
the latest data from your laboratory. IBANGS 2001 will feature
presentations on genetic studies with a wide array of organisms,
including humans, flies, worms, and mice, and will be the festive
occasion for the launch of our new journal - Genes, Brain, and
Behavior.

Instructions for submitting an abstract and registering for the meeting
are provided at our web site at:

http://www.ibngs.org/aplsandiego.html

Early registration .. August 1, 2001
Late registration ... October 1, 2001
Abstracts for inclusion in the printed program ... October 1, 2001

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PSYCOLOQUY is a refereed electronic journal (ISSN 1055-0143)
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