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Conference on Knowledge and Information Management

Chris Overton coverton at sibelius.humgen.upenn.edu
Sat Sep 26 12:26:04 EST 1992


	       C A L L    F O R    P A R T I C I P A T I O N
		     First International Conference on
			   November 8 - 11, 1992
		       Radisson Lord Baltimore Hotel
			  Baltimore, Maryland, USA
	   ***** deadline for early registration is 9/25/92 *****
CIKM-92 will provide an international forum for the presentation and 
discussion of research on the management of information and knowledge.
The scope of the conference will cover the integration database
technology, knowledge representation and reasoning, information retrieval,
and techniques for locating and accessing relevant data and knowledge in
very large, distributed information systems.

The conference will include 18 invited talks, 68 submitted papers, 24 poster
presentations, panel sessions and tutorials. The keynote address will be by
Gio Wiederhold (DARPA/Stanford) on "Intelligent Integration of Diverse
Information Sources".  Other invited speakers include Maria Zemenkova (NSF),
Amit Sheth (Bellcore), Judea Pearl (UCLA), Peter Buneman (Pennsylvania),
Doug Terry (Xerox Parc), Bob Robbins (Johns Hopkins), Joan Sullivan (NIST),
Bharat Bhargava (Purdue), David Waltz (Thinking Machines/Brandeis), Len
Gallagher (NIST), Ahmed Elmagarmid (Purdue), Richard Soley (Object
Management Group), Larry Reeker (IDA), Bruce Blum (Johns Hopkins), and
Il-Yeol Song (Drexel).

For additional electronic information, send email to CIKM-INFO at CS.UMBC.EDU
to receive an automatic reply containing registration forms and a draft of
the advance program.  To receive a copy of the advance program or for
detailed information on registration, contact: Maryann Sullivan, ISMM, Six
Forks Road, Raleigh NC 27615 USA, voice: 919-847-3747, fax: 919-676-0666.

CIKM-92 is sponsored by ISMM and the University of Maryland Baltimore County
and held in cooperation with AAAI, IEEE, and ACM (SIGART and SIGIR).


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