CFP : ACSEG 2000


Subject: CFP : ACSEG 2000
From: Cιdric Lesage (cdlesage@club-internet.fr)
Date: Thu Aug 10 2000 - 16:58:24 MET DST


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Dear Colleage

Please find enclosed the last CFP for the next ACSEG conference
which will take place on December 14 and 15, 2000 in Paris

The date for submission is SEPTEMBER 8 !!

The Call for papers is in the mail, and also at the WEB adress
http://panoramix.univ-paris1.fr/SAMOS
Actualitιs
ACSEG2000 (in french and in english)

Cιdric Lesage
CREREG-CNRS
France
________________________________________________________________

Connectionist Approaches in Economics and Management Sciences
Seventh International Meeting
Paris, 14-15 December 2000

Organized by :
SAMOS-MATISSE (UMR 8595 CNRS, University of Paris 1 Panthιon-Sorbonne, France)
CEREG (UPRESA 7088 CNRS, University of Paris 9 Dauphine, France)
DMSP (University of Paris 9 Dauphine, France)
with GERME from University of Lille 2.

Objectives
Since the early 80s, numerous new approaches of biomimetic inspiration
(neural networks, genetic algorithms, cellular machines, ...) have known an
important growing due to the theoretical advances in learning models. They
raise a real interest from researchers in Economics, as well as in
Management Sciences, but they are still not well known amongst this
scientific community. The international Meetings of ACSEG give the
opportunity to assess the state-of-art in theses areas, to draw prospects
and to highlight their contribution to research in Economics and in
Management. They also allow researchers to present their recent works, to
exchange their know-how and to discuss the problems they meet.

After Poitiers, Nantes, Tours, Louvain-la-Neuve (Belgium) and Reus (Spain),
the ACSEG 2000 Meeting takes place in Paris, in the heart of the Latin
Quarter, which will facilitate the participation of new colleagues.

Every year, a selection of the best papers is published in an international
scientific review (European Journal of Economics and Social Systems in
1998, Fuzzy Economic Review in 1999).

This year, after being reviewed by two referees, the selected papers will
be published in English in the European Journal of Economics and Social
Systems (Chief Editor : Bernard Paulrι).

Scientific Committee
Hans AMMAN (Dept of Macronomia, University of Amsterdam)
Jacques Marie AURIFEILLE (Laboratoire GREGEOIS, University of La Rιunion)
Jean-Pierre ASSELIN DE BEAUVILLE (AUPELF-UREF, Montreal)
Eric DE BODT (ESA, University of Lille 2 and CGEF, Universitι Catholique de
Louvain)
Jean-Franηois CASTA (CEREG, University of Paris 9 Dauphine)
Marie COTTRELL (MATISSE-SAMOS, University of Paris 1 Panthιon-Sorbonne)
Alain COUTURIER (LRSGUN - University of Nantes and CNAM Nantes)
Bruce CURRY (University of Cardiff)
Hennie DANIELS (Dept of Economics, University of Tilburg)
Christophe DEISSENBERG (CEFI, Universitι of Aix-Marseille)
Pierre DESMET (DMSP, University of Paris 9 Dauphine)
Bernard FIOLEAU, (LRSGUN, University of Nantes)
Patrick GALLINARI (LAFORIA, University of Paris 6)
Jaime GIL ALUJA (University of Barcelone)
Harald HRUSCHKA (University of Regensburg)
Michel LEVASSEUR (ESA, University of Lille 2 and CEGF, Universitι
Catholique de Louvain)
Bernard PRAS (DMSP, University of Paris 9 Dauphine)
Philippe ROBERT-DEMONTROND (IGR-IAE, University of Rennes 1)
Daniel THIEL (ENITIAA, University of Nantes)
Michel VERLEYSEN (DICE, Universitι Catholique de Louvain)

Organizing Committee
Marie COTTRELL, Patrice GAUBERT et Vincent VIGNERON (University of Paris 1)
Jean-Franηois CASTA, Pierre DESMET Cιdric LESAGE (University of Paris 9)

Program
Thursday, December 14, will be dedicated to tutorials intended to present
connectionist methods and main models of learning to the interested
colleagues in Economics and Management. Five subjects are planned and the
speakers have already given their agreement. Lectures will be illustrated
with practical demonstrations.

1. Genetic Algorithms
        Jacques-Marie Aurifeille, Laboratoire Gregeois, University of La Rιunion
2. Learning in disintegrated-agents economics, multi-agents systems
        Christophe Deissenberg, CEFI, University of Aix-Marseille
3. Theory of the connectionist learning
        Jean-Pierre Nadal, LPS, ENS-Ulm
4. Models of adaptive rationality
        Paul Bourgine, CREA, Ecole Polytechnique
5. Kohonen algorithm and exploratory analysis of data
        Patrick Letremy et Marie Cottrell, SAMOS-MATISSE, University of Paris 1

Friday, December 15, will be dedicated to oral communications selected by
the scientific committee with at most two parallel sessions. Each session
will be led by a " discussant " in charge of its synthesis. If possible,
communications will be made in French, if not, in English.

Call for paper
You are invited to submit papers in Economics and Management in which
connectionist methods are used as well from a theoretical point of view as
for applications in the following fields :
· New approaches in data analysis, data mining, typologies,
· Simulation of complex processes
· Forecasting (Financial series, bankruptcy, consumers behavior, etc.),
· Numeric methods of risk assessment,
· Hybrid methods, etc.

Submissions must be sent by postal mail to the following postal address :

Confιrence ACSEG 2000
SAMOS-MATISSE
Universitι Paris 1
90, rue de Tolbiac
F-75634 PARIS CEDEX 13
FRANCE

Calendar
8 September 2000 : Submission of papers, in three copies (8 to 10 pages) in
French, English or Spanish, added with a summary in English (2 pages) for
the papers in French or Spanish.
30 September 2000 : Decision of the scientific committee.
30 October 2000 : Sending of the final paper (the final format will be
provided in Word or in Latex).

Registration fees
Registration fees for the two days, including coffee breaks, the two
lunches, and the proceedings of the conference, amount to 500 FRF
(exclusive of VAT).

 Registration form

NAME and first name : ………………………………………………….……..…
Function : ………………………………………………………………………….
Organism : …………………………………………………………………………
Complete address: …………………………………………………………………

Tel : …………………………………………………
Fax : …………………………………………………
E-mail : ……………………………………………..

Registration Fees: 500 FRF
                                VAT : 19.6 % 98 FRF
Total amount 598 FRF (VAT included)

Payments should be made by:
- cheque to the order of " Monsieur l'Agent Comptable de l'Universitι Paris
1 "
- order form addressed to " SAMOS-MATISSE Universitι Paris 1 "
- credit transfer to the account of the " Universitι Paris 1 "
(RGF : 30081-75000- 00003005785-53)

In every case, please send the settlement or the order form together with
the registration form to the following address:

ACSEG 2000
SAMOS-MATISSE
Universitι Paris 1
90, rue de Tolbiac
F-75634 PARIS CEDEX 13
France

Fax : 33 1 44 07 89 22
Mail : cottrell@univ-paris1.fr

ATENTION nos numιros de tιlιphones et fax ont changι
****************************************************
Marie Cottrell Tel et fax(prof): 33 1 44 07 89 22
SAMOS-MATISSE
Universite Paris 1 E-mail : cottrell@univ-paris1.fr
90, rue de Tolbiac

Marie COTTRELL a ιcrit :

> Dear colleague of the ACSEG commitee,
>
> Could you send this reminder to your colleages about the next ACSEG conference
> which will take place on December 14 and 15, 2000 in Paris
>
> The date for submission is SEPTEMBER 8 !!
>
> The Call for papers is in the mail, and also at the WEB adress
>
> Actualitιs
> ACSEG2000 (in french and in english)
>
> __________________________________________________________________
>
>
> Connectionist Approaches in Economics and Management Sciences
> Seventh International Meeting
> Paris, 14-15 December 2000
>
> Organized by :
> SAMOS-MATISSE (UMR 8595 CNRS, University of Paris 1 Panthιon-Sorbonne, France)
> CEREG (UPRESA 7088 CNRS, University of Paris 9 Dauphine, France)
> DMSP (University of Paris 9 Dauphine, France)
> with GERME from University of Lille 2.
>
> Objectives
> Since the early 80s, numerous new approaches of biomimetic inspiration
> (neural networks, genetic algorithms, cellular machines, ...) have known an
> important growing due to the theoretical advances in learning models. They
> raise a real interest from researchers in Economics, as well as in
> Management Sciences, but they are still not well known amongst this
> scientific community. The international Meetings of ACSEG give the
> opportunity to assess the state-of-art in theses areas, to draw prospects
> and to highlight their contribution to research in Economics and in
> Management. They also allow researchers to present their recent works, to
> exchange their know-how and to discuss the problems they meet.
>
> After Poitiers, Nantes, Tours, Louvain-la-Neuve (Belgium) and Reus (Spain),
> the ACSEG 2000 Meeting takes place in Paris, in the heart of the Latin
> Quarter, which will facilitate the participation of new colleagues.
>
> Every year, a selection of the best papers is published in an international
> scientific review (European Journal of Economics and Social Systems in
> 1998, Fuzzy Economic Review in 1999).
>
> This year, after being reviewed by two referees, the selected papers will
> be published in English in the European Journal of Economics and Social
> Systems (Chief Editor : Bernard Paulrι).
>
> Scientific Committee
> Hans AMMAN (Dept of Macronomia, University of Amsterdam)
> Jacques Marie AURIFEILLE (Laboratoire GREGEOIS, University of La Rιunion)
> Jean-Pierre ASSELIN DE BEAUVILLE (AUPELF-UREF, Montreal)
> Eric DE BODT (ESA, University of Lille 2 and CGEF, Universitι Catholique de
> Louvain)
> Jean-Franηois CASTA (CEREG, University of Paris 9 Dauphine)
> Marie COTTRELL (MATISSE-SAMOS, University of Paris 1 Panthιon-Sorbonne)
> Alain COUTURIER (LRSGUN - University of Nantes and CNAM Nantes)
> Bruce CURRY (University of Cardiff)
> Hennie DANIELS (Dept of Economics, University of Tilburg)
> Christophe DEISSENBERG (CEFI, Universitι of Aix-Marseille)
> Pierre DESMET (DMSP, University of Paris 9 Dauphine)
> Bernard FIOLEAU, (LRSGUN, University of Nantes)
> Patrick GALLINARI (LAFORIA, University of Paris 6)
> Jaime GIL ALUJA (University of Barcelone)
> Harald HRUSCHKA (University of Regensburg)
> Michel LEVASSEUR (ESA, University of Lille 2 and CEGF, Universitι
> Catholique de Louvain)
> Bernard PRAS (DMSP, University of Paris 9 Dauphine)
> Philippe ROBERT-DEMONTROND (IGR-IAE, University of Rennes 1)
> Daniel THIEL (ENITIAA, University of Nantes)
> Michel VERLEYSEN (DICE, Universitι Catholique de Louvain)
>
> Organizing Committee
> Marie COTTRELL, Patrice GAUBERT et Vincent VIGNERON (University of Paris 1)
> Jean-Franηois CASTA, Pierre DESMET Cιdric LESAGE (University of Paris 9)
>
> Program
> Thursday, December 14, will be dedicated to tutorials intended to present
> connectionist methods and main models of learning to the interested
> colleagues in Economics and Management. Five subjects are planned and the
> speakers have already given their agreement. Lectures will be illustrated
> with practical demonstrations.
>
> 1. Genetic Algorithms
> Jacques-Marie Aurifeille, Laboratoire Gregeois, University of La Rιunion
> 2. Learning in disintegrated-agents economics, multi-agents systems
> Christophe Deissenberg, CEFI, University of Aix-Marseille
> 3. Theory of the connectionist learning
> Jean-Pierre Nadal, LPS, ENS-Ulm
> 4. Models of adaptive rationality
> Paul Bourgine, CREA, Ecole Polytechnique
> 5. Kohonen algorithm and exploratory analysis of data
> Patrick Letremy et Marie Cottrell, SAMOS-MATISSE, University of Paris 1
>
> Friday, December 15, will be dedicated to oral communications selected by
> the scientific committee with at most two parallel sessions. Each session
> will be led by a " discussant " in charge of its synthesis. If possible,
> communications will be made in French, if not, in English.
>
> Call for paper
> You are invited to submit papers in Economics and Management in which
> connectionist methods are used as well from a theoretical point of view as
> for applications in the following fields :
> · New approaches in data analysis, data mining, typologies,
> · Simulation of complex processes
> · Forecasting (Financial series, bankruptcy, consumers behavior, etc.),
> · Numeric methods of risk assessment,
> · Hybrid methods, etc.
>
> Submissions must be sent by postal mail to the following postal address :
>
> Confιrence ACSEG 2000
> SAMOS-MATISSE
> Universitι Paris 1
> 90, rue de Tolbiac
> F-75634 PARIS CEDEX 13
> FRANCE
>
> Calendar
> 8 September 2000 : Submission of papers, in three copies (8 to 10 pages) in
> French, English or Spanish, added with a summary in English (2 pages) for
> the papers in French or Spanish.
> 30 September 2000 : Decision of the scientific committee.
> 30 October 2000 : Sending of the final paper (the final format will be
> provided in Word or in Latex).
>
> Registration fees
> Registration fees for the two days, including coffee breaks, the two
> lunches, and the proceedings of the conference, amount to 500 FRF
> (exclusive of VAT).
>
> Registration form
>
> NAME and first name : ………………………………………………….……..…
> Function : ………………………………………………………………………….
> Organism : …………………………………………………………………………
> Complete address: …………………………………………………………………
>
> Tel : …………………………………………………
> Fax : …………………………………………………
> E-mail : ……………………………………………..
>
> Registration Fees: 500 FRF
> VAT : 19.6 % 98 FRF
> Total amount 598 FRF (VAT included)
>
> Payments should be made by:
> - cheque to the order of " Monsieur l'Agent Comptable de l'Universitι Paris
> 1 "
> - order form addressed to " SAMOS-MATISSE Universitι Paris 1 "
> - credit transfer to the account of the " Universitι Paris 1 "
> (RGF : 30081-75000- 00003005785-53)
>
> In every case, please send the settlement or the order form together with
> the registration form to the following address:
>
> ACSEG 2000
> SAMOS-MATISSE
> Universitι Paris 1
> 90, rue de Tolbiac
> F-75634 PARIS CEDEX 13
> France
>
> Fax : 33 1 44 07 89 22
> Mail : cottrell@univ-paris1.fr
>
> ATENTION nos numιros de tιlιphones et fax ont changι
> ****************************************************
> Marie Cottrell Tel et fax(prof): 33 1 44 07 89 22
> SAMOS-MATISSE
> Universite Paris 1 E-mail : cottrell@univ-paris1.fr
> 90, rue de Tolbiac http://panoramix.univ-paris1.fr/SAMOS
> 75634 PARIS CEDEX 13

http://panoramix.univ-paris1.fr/SAMOS
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Dear Colleage

Please find enclosed the last CFP for the next ACSEG conference
which will take place on December 14 and 15, 2000 in Paris

The date for submission is SEPTEMBER 8 !!

The Call for papers is in the mail, and also at the WEB adress
http://panoramix.univ-paris1.fr/SAMOS
Actualités
ACSEG2000 (in french and in english)

Cédric Lesage
CREREG-CNRS
France
________________________________________________________________
 

Connectionist Approaches in Economics and Management Sciences
Seventh International Meeting
Paris, 14-15 December 2000

Organized by :
SAMOS-MATISSE (UMR 8595 CNRS, University of Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne, France)
CEREG (UPRESA 7088 CNRS, University of Paris 9 Dauphine, France)
DMSP (University of Paris 9 Dauphine, France)
with GERME from University of Lille 2.

Objectives
Since the early 80s, numerous new approaches of biomimetic inspiration
(neural networks, genetic algorithms, cellular machines, ...) have known an
important growing due to the theoretical advances in learning models. They
raise a real interest from researchers in Economics, as well as in
Management Sciences, but they are still not well known amongst this
scientific community. The international Meetings of ACSEG give the
opportunity to assess the state-of-art in theses areas, to draw prospects
and to highlight their contribution to research in Economics and in
Management. They also allow researchers to present their recent works, to
exchange their know-how and to discuss the problems they meet.

After Poitiers, Nantes, Tours, Louvain-la-Neuve (Belgium) and Reus (Spain),
the ACSEG 2000 Meeting takes place in Paris, in the heart of the Latin
Quarter, which will facilitate the participation of new colleagues.

Every year, a selection of the best papers is published in an international
scientific review (European Journal of Economics and Social Systems in
1998, Fuzzy Economic Review in 1999).

This year, after being reviewed by two referees, the selected papers will
be published in English in the European Journal of Economics and Social
Systems (Chief Editor : Bernard Paulré).

Scientific Committee
Hans AMMAN (Dept of Macronomia, University of Amsterdam)
Jacques Marie AURIFEILLE (Laboratoire GREGEOIS, University of La Réunion)
Jean-Pierre ASSELIN DE BEAUVILLE (AUPELF-UREF, Montreal)
Eric DE BODT (ESA, University of Lille 2 and CGEF, Université Catholique de
Louvain)
Jean-François CASTA (CEREG, University of Paris 9 Dauphine)
Marie COTTRELL (MATISSE-SAMOS, University of Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne)
Alain COUTURIER (LRSGUN - University of Nantes and CNAM Nantes)
Bruce CURRY (University of Cardiff)
Hennie DANIELS (Dept of Economics, University of Tilburg)
Christophe DEISSENBERG (CEFI, Université of Aix-Marseille)
Pierre DESMET (DMSP, University of Paris 9 Dauphine)
Bernard FIOLEAU, (LRSGUN, University of Nantes)
Patrick GALLINARI (LAFORIA, University of Paris 6)
Jaime GIL ALUJA (University of Barcelone)
Harald HRUSCHKA (University of Regensburg)
Michel LEVASSEUR (ESA, University of Lille 2 and CEGF, Université
Catholique de Louvain)
Bernard PRAS (DMSP, University of Paris 9 Dauphine)
Philippe ROBERT-DEMONTROND (IGR-IAE, University of Rennes 1)
Daniel THIEL (ENITIAA, University of Nantes)
Michel VERLEYSEN (DICE, Université Catholique de Louvain)

Organizing Committee
Marie COTTRELL, Patrice GAUBERT et Vincent VIGNERON (University of Paris 1)
Jean-François CASTA, Pierre DESMET Cédric LESAGE (University of Paris 9)

Program
Thursday, December 14, will be dedicated to tutorials intended to present
connectionist methods and main models of learning to the interested
colleagues in Economics and Management. Five subjects are planned and the
speakers have already given their agreement. Lectures will be illustrated
with practical demonstrations.

1. Genetic Algorithms
        Jacques-Marie Aurifeille, Laboratoire Gregeois, University of La Réunion
2. Learning in disintegrated-agents economics, multi-agents systems
        Christophe Deissenberg, CEFI, University of Aix-Marseille
3. Theory of the connectionist learning
        Jean-Pierre Nadal, LPS, ENS-Ulm
4. Models of adaptive rationality
        Paul Bourgine, CREA, Ecole Polytechnique
5. Kohonen algorithm and exploratory analysis of data
        Patrick Letremy et Marie Cottrell, SAMOS-MATISSE, University of Paris 1

Friday, December 15, will be dedicated to oral communications selected by
the scientific committee with at most two parallel sessions. Each session
will be led by a " discussant " in charge of its synthesis. If possible,
communications will be made in French, if not, in English.
 

Call for paper
You are invited to submit papers in Economics and Management in which
connectionist methods are used as well from a theoretical point of view as
for applications in the following fields :
· New approaches in data analysis, data mining, typologies,
· Simulation of complex processes
· Forecasting (Financial series, bankruptcy, consumers behavior, etc.),
· Numeric methods of risk assessment,
· Hybrid methods, etc.
 

Submissions must be sent by postal mail to the following postal address :

Conférence ACSEG 2000
SAMOS-MATISSE
Université Paris 1
90, rue de Tolbiac
F-75634 PARIS CEDEX 13
FRANCE

Calendar
8 September 2000 : Submission of papers, in three copies (8 to 10 pages) in
French, English or Spanish, added with a summary in English (2 pages) for
the papers in French or Spanish.
30 September 2000 : Decision of the scientific committee.
30 October 2000 : Sending of the final paper (the final format will be
provided in Word or in Latex).

Registration fees
Registration fees for the two days, including coffee breaks, the two
lunches, and the proceedings of the conference, amount to 500 FRF
(exclusive of VAT).
 

 Registration form

NAME and first name : ………………………………………………….……..…
Function : ………………………………………………………………………….
Organism : …………………………………………………………………………
Complete address: …………………………………………………………………
 

Tel : …………………………………………………
Fax : …………………………………………………
E-mail : ……………………………………………..

Registration Fees:                                      500 FRF
                                VAT : 19.6 %            98 FRF
Total amount            598 FRF (VAT included)

Payments should be made by:
- cheque to the order of " Monsieur l'Agent Comptable de l'Université Paris
1 "
- order form addressed to " SAMOS-MATISSE Université Paris 1 "
- credit transfer to the account of the " Université Paris 1 "
(RGF : 30081-75000-     00003005785-53)

In every case, please send the settlement or the order form together with
the registration form  to the following address:

ACSEG 2000
SAMOS-MATISSE
Université Paris 1
90, rue de Tolbiac
F-75634 PARIS CEDEX 13
France

Fax : 33 1 44 07 89 22
Mail : cottrell@univ-paris1.fr

ATENTION nos numéros de téléphones et fax ont changé
****************************************************
Marie Cottrell                           Tel et fax(prof): 33 1 44 07 89 22
SAMOS-MATISSE
Universite Paris 1                       E-mail : cottrell@univ-paris1.fr
90, rue de Tolbiac

Marie COTTRELL a écrit :

Dear colleague of the ACSEG commitee,

Could you send this reminder to your colleages about the next ACSEG conference
which will take place on December 14 and 15, 2000 in Paris

The date for submission is SEPTEMBER 8 !!

The Call for papers is in the mail, and also at the WEB adress

Actualités
ACSEG2000 (in french and in english)

__________________________________________________________________
 

Connectionist Approaches in Economics and Management Sciences
Seventh International Meeting
Paris, 14-15 December 2000

Organized by :
SAMOS-MATISSE (UMR 8595 CNRS, University of Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne, France)
CEREG (UPRESA 7088 CNRS, University of Paris 9 Dauphine, France)
DMSP (University of Paris 9 Dauphine, France)
with GERME from University of Lille 2.

Objectives
Since the early 80s, numerous new approaches of biomimetic inspiration
(neural networks, genetic algorithms, cellular machines, ...) have known an
important growing due to the theoretical advances in learning models. They
raise a real interest from researchers in Economics, as well as in
Management Sciences, but they are still not well known amongst this
scientific community. The international Meetings of ACSEG give the
opportunity to assess the state-of-art in theses areas, to draw prospects
and to highlight their contribution to research in Economics and in
Management. They also allow researchers to present their recent works, to
exchange their know-how and to discuss the problems they meet.

After Poitiers, Nantes, Tours, Louvain-la-Neuve (Belgium) and Reus (Spain),
the ACSEG 2000 Meeting takes place in Paris, in the heart of the Latin
Quarter, which will facilitate the participation of new colleagues.

Every year, a selection of the best papers is published in an international
scientific review (European Journal of Economics and Social Systems in
1998, Fuzzy Economic Review in 1999).

This year, after being reviewed by two referees, the selected papers will
be published in English in the European Journal of Economics and Social
Systems (Chief Editor : Bernard Paulré).

Scientific Committee
Hans AMMAN (Dept of Macronomia, University of Amsterdam)
Jacques Marie AURIFEILLE (Laboratoire GREGEOIS, University of La Réunion)
Jean-Pierre ASSELIN DE BEAUVILLE (AUPELF-UREF, Montreal)
Eric DE BODT (ESA, University of Lille 2 and CGEF, Université Catholique de
Louvain)
Jean-François CASTA (CEREG, University of Paris 9 Dauphine)
Marie COTTRELL (MATISSE-SAMOS, University of Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne)
Alain COUTURIER (LRSGUN - University of Nantes and CNAM Nantes)
Bruce CURRY (University of Cardiff)
Hennie DANIELS (Dept of Economics, University of Tilburg)
Christophe DEISSENBERG (CEFI, Université of Aix-Marseille)
Pierre DESMET (DMSP, University of Paris 9 Dauphine)
Bernard FIOLEAU, (LRSGUN, University of Nantes)
Patrick GALLINARI (LAFORIA, University of Paris 6)
Jaime GIL ALUJA (University of Barcelone)
Harald HRUSCHKA (University of Regensburg)
Michel LEVASSEUR (ESA, University of Lille 2 and CEGF, Université
Catholique de Louvain)
Bernard PRAS (DMSP, University of Paris 9 Dauphine)
Philippe ROBERT-DEMONTROND (IGR-IAE, University of Rennes 1)
Daniel THIEL (ENITIAA, University of Nantes)
Michel VERLEYSEN (DICE, Université Catholique de Louvain)

Organizing Committee
Marie COTTRELL, Patrice GAUBERT et Vincent VIGNERON (University of Paris 1)
Jean-François CASTA, Pierre DESMET Cédric LESAGE (University of Paris 9)

Program
Thursday, December 14, will be dedicated to tutorials intended to present
connectionist methods and main models of learning to the interested
colleagues in Economics and Management. Five subjects are planned and the
speakers have already given their agreement. Lectures will be illustrated
with practical demonstrations.

1. Genetic Algorithms
        Jacques-Marie Aurifeille, Laboratoire Gregeois, University of La Réunion
2. Learning in disintegrated-agents economics, multi-agents systems
        Christophe Deissenberg, CEFI, University of Aix-Marseille
3. Theory of the connectionist learning
        Jean-Pierre Nadal, LPS, ENS-Ulm
4. Models of adaptive rationality
        Paul Bourgine, CREA, Ecole Polytechnique
5. Kohonen algorithm and exploratory analysis of data
        Patrick Letremy et Marie Cottrell, SAMOS-MATISSE, University of Paris 1

Friday, December 15, will be dedicated to oral communications selected by
the scientific committee with at most two parallel sessions. Each session
will be led by a " discussant " in charge of its synthesis. If possible,
communications will be made in French, if not, in English.

Call for paper
You are invited to submit papers in Economics and Management in which
connectionist methods are used as well from a theoretical point of view as
for applications in the following fields :
· New approaches in data analysis, data mining, typologies,
· Simulation of complex processes
· Forecasting (Financial series, bankruptcy, consumers behavior, etc.),
· Numeric methods of risk assessment,
· Hybrid methods, etc.

Submissions must be sent by postal mail to the following postal address :

Conférence ACSEG 2000
SAMOS-MATISSE
Université Paris 1
90, rue de Tolbiac
F-75634 PARIS CEDEX 13
FRANCE

Calendar
8 September 2000 : Submission of papers, in three copies (8 to 10 pages) in
French, English or Spanish, added with a summary in English (2 pages) for
the papers in French or Spanish.
30 September 2000 : Decision of the scientific committee.
30 October 2000 : Sending of the final paper (the final format will be
provided in Word or in Latex).

Registration fees
Registration fees for the two days, including coffee breaks, the two
lunches, and the proceedings of the conference, amount to 500 FRF
(exclusive of VAT).

 Registration form

NAME and first name : ………………………………………………….……..…
Function : ………………………………………………………………………….
Organism : …………………………………………………………………………
Complete address: …………………………………………………………………

Tel : …………………………………………………
Fax : …………………………………………………
E-mail : ……………………………………………..

Registration Fees:                                      500 FRF
                                VAT : 19.6 %            98 FRF
Total amount            598 FRF (VAT included)

Payments should be made by:
- cheque to the order of " Monsieur l'Agent Comptable de l'Université Paris
1 "
- order form addressed to " SAMOS-MATISSE Université Paris 1 "
- credit transfer to the account of the " Université Paris 1 "
(RGF : 30081-75000-     00003005785-53)

In every case, please send the settlement or the order form together with
the registration form  to the following address:

ACSEG 2000
SAMOS-MATISSE
Université Paris 1
90, rue de Tolbiac
F-75634 PARIS CEDEX 13
France

Fax : 33 1 44 07 89 22
Mail : cottrell@univ-paris1.fr

ATENTION nos numéros de téléphones et fax ont changé
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Marie Cottrell                           Tel et fax(prof): 33 1 44 07 89 22
SAMOS-MATISSE
Universite Paris 1                       E-mail : cottrell@univ-paris1.fr
90, rue de Tolbiac                               http://panoramix.univ-paris1.fr/SAMOS
75634 PARIS CEDEX 13

http://panoramix.univ-paris1.fr/SAMOS
75634 PARIS CEDEX 13
 
 

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