Call for Papers: Linz2000


Subject: Call for Papers: Linz2000
From: Larry Stout (lstout@sun.iwu.edu)
Date: Mon Jan 10 2000 - 21:05:24 MET


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Call for Papers:

                 Linz2000
Mathematical Aspects of Non-Classical Logics
          and Fuzzy Inference

To be held at Bildungszentrum St. Magdalena, Linz, Austria
June 13-18, 2000
Sponsored by: FLLL Fuzzy Logic Laboratorium Linz - Hagenberg

------SHORT DESCRIPTION OF SEMINAR PURPOSE/MISSION-------

Since their inception in 1979 the Linz Seminars on Fuzzy Sets have
emphasized
the development of mathematical aspects of fuzzy sets by bringing
together
researchers in fuzzy sets and established mathematicians whose work
outside
the fuzzy setting can provide direction for further research. The
seminar
is deliberately kept small and initimate so that informal critical
discussion
remains central. There are no parallel sessions and during the week
there
are several round tables to discuss open problems and promising
directions
for further work. Linz2000 will be the 21st seminar carrying on this
tradition.

Linz2000 will deal with Mathematical Aspects of Non-classical Logics
and Fuzzy Inference. It is the hope of the organizers that the talks
will
provide a mathematical setting for both the theory and the practice of
logical means of dealing with inference under uncertainty, limited
resources,
modalities of place, time, and state of knowledge.

This Seminar will consider, but not be limited to, the following topics
in logic:
1. Categorical Logic
2. Logic of cognition
3. Fuzzy Inference
4. Modal Logics
5. Many Valued Logics
6. Logics taking into account time, place, vagueness, and limited
resources

The total number of participants is usually bounded above by 40 with
broad international representation and a mix of pure and applied
interests.
Invited talks are usually allowed an hour and a half and contributed
talks
45 minutes. There are no parallel sessions. The Seminar will feature
ample
time for discussion of each presentation, a fundamental aspect of the
Linz
tradition. The schedule allows for daily round tables for discussion of
open problems and issues raised by the day's talks.

If you are interested in giving a contributed talk, please submit an
abstract of no more than 650 words to the Program Chair, Lawrence Stout.
The deadline for all submissions is 15 February 2000; and you should
be notified no later than 15 April, 2000 concerning acceptance of your
presentation into the Seminar.

It is preferred that your submission be made by e-mail, in which case
it is also preferred that this submission be a LaTeX 2e (or 2.09) file
in ASCII: please, no zipped files. The subject line for such an e-mail
should include the phrase
        Linz2000 Seminar
and it should be addressed to
        lstout@sun.iwu.edu

It would also be helpful if your submission included your snail-mail
address, fax number, and any additional e-mail addresses or phone
numbers
that you deem helpful.

PROGRAM COMMITTEE

Lawrence N. Stout, Bloomington (IL, USA) - Chairman
Dan Butnariu, Haifa (Israel)
Didier Dubois, Toulouse (France)
Lluis Godo, Barcelona (Spain)
Siegfried Gottwald, Leipzig (Germany)
Ulrich Ho"hle, Wuppertal (Germany)
Erich Peter Klement, Linz (Austria)
Wesley Kotze';, Grahamstown (South Africa)
Radko Mesiar, Bratislava (Slovakia)
Daniele Mundici, Milano (Italy)
Endre Pap, Novi Sad (Yugoslavia)
Stephen E. Rodabaugh, Youngstown (OH, USA)
Marc Roubens, Liège (Belgium)
Aldo Ventre, Napoli (Italy)
Siegfried Weber, Mainz (Germany)

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE

Erich Peter Klement
Ulrich Ho"hle
Stephen E. Rodabaugh
Siegfried Weber

-- 
Lawrence Neff Stout
Professor of Mathematics
Illinois Wesleyan University
http://www.iwu.edu/~lstout

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