[SIGBOVIK] SIGBOVIK 2009 Call for Papers
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Fri Jan 30 19:07:01 EST 2009
Call for Papers
Third Annual Intercalary Workshop about Symposium on Robot Dance Party
of Conference in Celebration of Harry Q. Bovik's 2^6th Birthday
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA, April 1--5, 2009
SIGBOVIK celebrates the inestimable research work of Harry Q. Bovik.
Since his research has been so variegated, the conference is
traditionally a forum for discussion on many subjects: Inept Expert
Systems, Deep Space Navigation, Science, Perplexity Theory,
Thaughmaturgic Circle, Self-Adjusting Computation, Denotational
Semantics of Pidgin and Creole, Symmetries of Dance, Making Money,
Opaque Quorum Systems, Haptic Rendering, Natural Intelligence,
Artificial Stupidity, Elbow Macaroni, Rasterized Love Triangles,
Synergistic Hyperparadigmatism, Computational Archaeolinguistics,
Selfish Behavior in Games, Operational Semantics of Lunar Landers,
Hyper Driven Devices, and any other topic approved by the conference
organizers. The Program Committee seeks submissions on the entire
range of topics.
Authors of accepted manuscripts will be allowed (but not required to
use) twenty minutes to present their work. Any unusual requirements,
such as additional time/antitime or special equipment, can and should
be arranged through the organizers at info AT sigbovik DOT org. We
will also accept prerecorded talks.
All papers must describe original, previously unpublishable research.
There is not a strict page limit, but papers should generally not
exceed 15 pages. Submissions should be in the 8.5x11 sheet of paper
style, and may be submitted via the EasyChair submission system,
available at http://www.easychair.org/conferences/?conf=sigbovik09.
EasyChair submission is anonymous (and SIGBOVIK welcomes anonymous,
pseudonymous, and misonymous submissions), but you must provide
legitimate contact information to EasyChair; the name(s) listed on the
paper itself will be taken as official for purposes of the conference.
Submission deadline: March 1
Extended deadline: March 8
Actually Seriously Final Deadline: March 15
Presentations: Sunday, April 5
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