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AISB event Bulletin Item

CALL FOR EXTENDED ABSTRACTS: Computational Models for Spatial Languages, 20 July 2011, USA

CoSLI 2011 - Boston MA (U.S.A.) -in conjunction with CogSci 2011, Boston/USA, 20-23 July

*** DATES ***
Deadline for Extended Abstract (2 pages): 20 June 2011
Notification: 27 June 2011
Workshop Day: 20 July 2011

*** AIMS ***
The main objective of the CoSLI-2 workshop is to foster computational formalisms and approaches 
for interpreting or generating spatial language that take into account cognitive, functional, or 
embodiment criteria in modeling. In particular, this year?s workshop theme is "Function in Spatial 
Language: From evidence to execution".

We cordially invite you to submit extended abstracts that aim to address the issues of modeling 
function or pragmatic features in spatial language interpretation or generation or that address 
the issue of symbolic and embodied spatial language interpretation and generation in general. 
Abstracts may present novel ideas or work in progress on processing spatial language.

Extended abstracts should be 2 pages in length formatted in accordance with the Springer LNCS style
(see ).
Abstracts must be send electronically in PDF no later than 17 June 2011 to . 
We will notify you about receiving your submission.
All abstracts accepted in the review process will be published in the workshop proceedings on , and the respective authors will be invited for a short talk and poster session.