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From: (Dorota Kieronska)
Subject:  Workshop on spatial & temporal reasoning
Date:     1 Jun 94 00:00:16 GMT

 	            CALL FOR PAPERS

		Spatial and Temporal Interaction:
		 Representation and Reasoning


The representational issues of spatial and temporal knowledge
are fundamental to several disciplines, such as Intelligent Systems,
Planning, Natural Language Understanding, Intelligent Process Control,
and  Discrete Simulation.  Each discipline uses its own specific
methods to model time and space.  Further, there are diverse ways in
which spatio-temporal reasoning is applied in different application
domains.  This workshop seeks to bring together researchers from
different fields to exchange and share ideas on this subject.

This one day workshop will be organised in Singapore in conjunction
with the International Conference on Automation, Robotics and Computer
Vision on 8th of November 1994.  The format of the workshop will be
a single track session where participants will present their work and
have time to discuss and summarise the presented work.  It is the aim
of the workshop to provide the forum for formal presentation and
informal discussions.  The number of participants will be limited to
around 30 to allow for meaningful discussions.


Submissions are invited in the following areas ( not an exclusive list):
	Spatial and Temporal Representation in
			Vision and AI
			Intelligent Systems
			Intelligent Control
 	Learning Spatial /Temporal concepts
	Spatial/temporal reasoning
	Inexact reasoning
	Diagrammatic 	reasoning


Prof  J. Egenhofer
National Center for Geographic Information and Analysis
Department of Surveying Engineering
Department of Computer Science
University of Maine

Prof. M.F. Land
Sussex Centre for Neuroscience
School of Biological Sciences 
University of Sussex.


Papers due 			1st July 1994
Notification of acceptance	1st August 1994
Final Camera ready papers	9th September 1994


Authors are invited to submit three copies of their paper.
The length of the paper should not exceed 20 (double spaced)
pages including diagrams and tables.  Papers can be 
addressed to
	Ms Michelle D'Cuna
	Curtin University of Technology
	PO BOX U1987
	Perth, WA 6001


IEEE WA Section
IEEE Australia Council
IEEE Singapore Chapter
Curtin University of Technology


Svetha Venkatesh and Dorota Kieronska, Curtin University.


Monique Thonnat, INRIA, France
Sabine Moisan, INRIA, France
Sven Dickinson, University of Toronto, Canada
Hari Narayanan, Hitachi Advanced Research Laboratory, Japan
M Srinivasan, Australian National University, Australia