Call for Papers - MAICS99

Tenth Midwest Artificial Intelligence and Cognitive Science Conference
April 23 - 25, 1999,
Indiana University Bloomington

Program and Conference Chair:
Uta Priss Indiana University Bloomington
Program Committee:
Sheila Banks Air Force Institute of Technology
Douglas Blank University of Arkansas
Michael T. Cox Wright State University
Andrew DillonIndiana University Bloomington
Martha Evens Illinois Institute of Technology
Oscar Garcia Wright State University
Vasant Honavar Iowa State University
Rich Maclin University of Minnesota
Frank Moore Miami University
Gregg Oden University of Iowa
Anca Ralescu University of Cincinnati
Chris Riesbeck Northwestern University
Nick Street University of Iowa
Gregory WeberIndiana University East

We invite
papers in all areas of Artificial Intelligence and Cognitive Science, including Cognitive Science, Computational Linguistics, Logic and Automated Reasoning, Knowledge Representation, Learning, and Philosophy of Mind.

Submission Requirements:
Full papers will be carefully reviewed for oral presentation and publication in the Proceedings. Graduate students are particularly encouraged to submit papers. Suggestions for panels and other special sessions are also welcome. Five copies of papers should be submitted in camera-ready form. Papers should range in length from four to eight two-column pages including figures and references. The title, and name(s) and affiliation(s) of the author(s) should be centered at the top of the first page. Each page must have one inch margins on all four sides. References should be handled as in the APA manual or the journal, Cognitive Science. If possible use 12-point type, with 14-point for the title. If this is not feasible make the type as large and dark as possible. Submissions must be received by February 19, 1999 and mailed to:

Professor Uta Priss
School of Library and Information Science, Indiana University
10th & Jordan, Bloomington, IN 47405
Phone: 812-855-2793

MAICS Conference Plans:
The conference will be held in Bloomington, Indiana. We will begin with a reception on Friday evening. Conference sessions will be held on Saturday and Sunday morning.