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Notice

AISB event Bulletin Item

Tutorials program, 2007 Int. Conference on Cognitive Modeling (ICCM)

http://acs.ist.psu.edu/iccm2007/tutorials.html

 Tutorials program, 2007 Int'l Conference on Cognitive Modeling
   26 July 2007, Ann Arbor, Michigan
   http://acs.ist.psu.edu/iccm2007/tutorials.html

The Tutorials program at ICCM 2007 will be held on Wed 26 July
2007 at the Rackham building at the University of Michigan. The
format of this year's program is modelled on previously
successful ICCM tutorials, and is similar to the series held at
the annual Cognitive Science Society Conferences.

Registration: Tutorials cost  for each half-day tutorial and
 for students. You are encouraged to register through the
conference site, or, if space is available, pay on the day.
Attendance at the tutorials does not require conference
registration; tutorial registration does not provide conference
entrance.

  Advanced Tutorial on ACT-R 6.0
  Anderson et al., Full-day (0915-1700)

  An introduction to the COGENT Cognitive Modelling Environment
  Cooper, Half-day (1345-1700)

  Soar
  Laird et al., Full-day (0915-1700)

  Computational Cognitive Neuroscience Modeling Using Leabra In PDP++
  Noelle , Full-day (0915-1700)


If you are having trouble getting a room, in addition the
conference web site, you might try Ann Arbor Area Convention
Bureau at 800 888 9487 or  http://www.annarbor.org/