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From: Humanist Discussion Group (by way of Willard McCarty willard.mccarty_at_kcl.ac.uk>
Date: Tue, 1 Feb 2005 06:35:53 +0000

               Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 18, No. 544.
       Centre for Computing in the Humanities, King's College London
                     Submit to: humanist_at_princeton.edu

   [1] From: Judit Gervain <gervain_at_sissa.it> (37)
         Subject: ESSLLI'05 Student Session: Final Call for Papers and

   [2] From: Juergen Dix <dix_at_tu-clausthal.de> (38)
         Subject: Third International Workshop on Programming Multi-
                 Agent Systems

         Date: Tue, 01 Feb 2005 06:24:31 +0000
         From: Judit Gervain <gervain_at_sissa.it>
         Subject: ESSLLI'05 Student Session: Final Call for Papers and Posters

Final Call for Papers: ESSLLI'05 Student Session

We are pleased to announce the Student Session (StuS) of the 17th
European Summer School in Logic, Language and Information (ESSLLI'05,
8-19 August, Edinburgh, http://www.macs.hw.ac.uk/esslli05/). We invite
papers for oral and poster presentation from the areas of Logic,
Language and Computation.
The ESSLLI Student Session encourages submissions from students at any
level, undergraduate, as well as postgraduate. This year, unlike in the
past, papers can be submitted for oral OR poster presentation

Student authors are invited to submit a full paper, not to exceed 7
pages of length exclusive of references. Papers are to be submitted
with clear indications of the selected modality of presentation, i.e.
oral or poster. The submissions will be reviewed by the student session
program committee and selected reviewers. Importantly and unlike in
pervious years, oral presentations and posters will be reviewed, ranked
and chosen for acceptance separately.

The preferred formats of submissions are PostScript, PDF, or plain
text, although other formats will also be accepted.

The paper and a separate identification page must be sent
electronically to: gervain_at_sissa.it.

Deadline: 15th February 2005.

For more information and the technical details of the submission, see:
http://www.sissa.it/~gervain/StuS.html or write to: gervain@sissa.it

Judit Gervain

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postal address:
via Beirut 2-4
34014 Trieste

office tel: +39 040 37 87 613
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         Date: Tue, 01 Feb 2005 06:25:39 +0000
         From: Juergen Dix <dix_at_tu-clausthal.de>
         Subject: Third International Workshop on Programming Multi-Agent

                             Call for Papers

                     Third International Workshop on
               Programming Multi-Agent Systems (ProMAS'05)

             ProMAS'05 is a satellite workshop at AAMAS 2005
                  Utrecht University, The Netherlands

Even though the contributions of the multi-agent systems (MAS)
community can make a significant impact in the development of open
distributed systems, the techniques resulting from such contributions
will only be widely adopted when suitable programming languages and
tools are available. Furthermore, such languages and tools must
incorporate those techniques in a principled but practical way, so as
to support the ever more complex task of professional programmers, in
particular when the systems have to operate in dynamic environments.

The ProMAS workshop series aims to address the practical programming
issues related to developing and deploying multi-agent systems. In
particular, ProMAS aims to address how multi-agent systems designs or
specifications can be effectively implemented. In its two previous
editions, ProMAS constituted an invaluable occasion bringing together
leading researchers from both academia and industry to discuss issues
on the design of programming languages and tools for multi-agent
systems. In particular, the workshop promotes the discussion and
exchange of ideas concerning the techniques, concepts, requirements,
and principles that are important for multi-agent programming

We encourage the submission of proposals for programming languages and
tools that provide specific programming constructs to facilitate the
implementation of the essential concepts used in multi-agent system
analysis and specifications (e.g., mental attitudes, distribution, and
social interaction). We also welcome submissions describing
significant multi-agent applications, as well as agent programming
tools that allow the integration of agents with legacy systems.
Further, we are particularly interested in approaches or applications
that show clearly the added-value of multi-agent programming, and
explain why and how this technology should be adopted by designers and
programmers both in academia and industry.

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