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Category:   E-CFP
Subject:   Cide 2001
From:   Mojahid Mustapha
Email:   mojahid_(on)_irit.fr
Date received:   29 Nov 2000
Deadline:   20 Apr 2001
Start date:   24 Oct 2001

----------------------------- CALL FOR PAPERS ----------------------------- CIDE 2001 4th International Conference on The Electronic Document Toulouse-France 24-26 October 2001 Organised by the Toulouse Research Institute for Computer Science IRIT/ CNRS - INP - UPS ----------------------------- Contact Address and on line Information ----------------------------- Conférence CIDE 2001 IRIT UPS - 118, route de Narbonne 31062 Toulouse Cedex cide2001_(on)_irit.fr http://www.irit.fr/CIDE2001 The site will be regularly updated to keep you informed about the various stages and developments before the conference. ----------------------------- Objectives and Themes ----------------------------- Since its creation (1998 in Rabat,1999 in Damas, 2000 in Lyon) CIDE has been interested in the problems related to the creation and use of electronic documents, which are seen and have developed as a specific means in the various communication processes. As in previous years, the objective of CIDE 2001 is to carry on and go into in more depth, the interdisciplinary approach, so that beyond the confrontation of various disciplinary points of view over the object-document, a possible cooperation, with a cognitive orientation, becomes apparent. Therefore, the leading theme for CIDE 2001 will be cognitive methods, approaches and techniques. Indeed, if we consider that the subject of cognition sciences is the study of the human mind's relations with the world and with other minds (him/herself included) it would appear that the electronic document - place, medium and/or even object of communication - seems to offer cognitive science an excellent testbed for the observation of the different processes of which these documents are the object, and the specificities opened up by the digital mode. The cognitive approach lends itself particularly well to the analysis of the different processes which bring the object-document into play, such as perception, memory, comprehension, reading strategies, retrieval information, production, editing, conversion, translation, archiving, distribution, revision, annotation and summary. The themes developed at CIDE 2001 will deal with these various activities and will be organized around the following topics: - analysis and generation of objects that make up a document (text, links, graphics, maps); - generation and conversion of models; - modeling and representation of textual or non-textual phenomena; - technical and scientific documentation, procedural and instructional orders text; - documentary memory; - dynamics and life span of documents in an information system; - reading, memory and comprehension strategies; - formatting and visual structures; - retrieval, access and information extraction strategies; - multi-modal access; - data mining; - linguistic processing and multilingualism; - modeling of the activities of the different agents involved in text production and of their cooperation (author, editor, reader, annotator, compositor). We would like to achieve one of CIDE's principal objectives, which is to create a meeting place, for researchers in the various disciplines (computing, linguistics, psychology, ergonomics) and users of documentary engineering. The main themes of CIDE 2001 will, we hope, favour such a meeting, in particular in relation to the development of NTIC (New technologies of Information and Communication). ----------------------------- Important dates ----------------------------- Submission of Proposals 20 April 2001 Notification of Speakers retained 20 May 2001 Submission of final papers 20 June 2001 ----------------------------- Guidelines for submission of proposals ----------------------------- The official language of the conference is French. Papers can be submitted in English or in French and should be between 3000 and 5000 words (6-10 pages) long. All retained papers will be published in the proceedings. Proposals should be sent as 3 paper copies to the following address: Conférence CIDE 2001 IRIT UPS - 118, route de Narbonne 31062 Toulouse Cedex And by E-mail to cide2001_(on)_irit.fr With each copy, please enclose a page containing the title of the paper, the authors (the first name being the contact person), full contact numbers and addresses and a summary of about 300 words. Publication instructions for the final copy will be available on the conference website: http://www.irit.fr/CIDE2001 ----------------------------- During the conference... ----------------------------- In association with the GRCE (Research Group on Written Communication) special invited papers presentations will be organised; the objective of this being to offer participants an in depth discussion or a synthesis of certain aspects of the document problem. A young researchers session will also be organised. ----------------------------- Programme committee ----------------------------- Cochairs: Mustapha Mojahid and Jacques Virbel, IRIT, Toulouse Jacques André, IRISA, Rennes, France Nathalie Aussenac-Gilles, IRIT, Toulouse, France Thierry Baccino, LPEQ, Nice, France Jean-Paul Barthes, UTC, Compiègne, France Abdel Belaid, LORIA, Nancy, France Flavio Bortolozzi, PUC, Curitiba, Brésil Cherif Branki, IISG, Paisley, U.K Jean Caelen, CLIPS-IMAG, Grenoble, France Bernadette, DORIZZI, INT, Evry, France Jean-Marie Cellier, LTC, Toulouse, France Jacques Ducloy, LORIA, Nancy, France Gérard Dupoirier, XEROX, France Patrice Enjalbert, GREYC, Caen, France Hélène Eyrolle, LTC, Toulouse, France Claudie Faure, ENST, Paris, France Mauro Gaïo, GREYC, Caen, France Joël Gardes, France Telecom R&D, Lannion, France Michel Gilloux, SRTP, Nantes, France Mohamed Hassoun, ENSSIB, Lyon, France Laurent Heurley, ECCHAT, Amiens, France Rolf Ingold, UI, Fribourg, Suisse Jacques Labiche, PSI, Rouen, France Yves Lecourtier, PSI, Rouen, France Laurence Likforman, ENST, Paris, France Jean-Luc Nespoulous, Jacques-Lordat, Toulouse, France Anne Nicolle, GREYC, Caen, France Thierry Paquet, PSI, Rouen, France Marie-Paule Péry-Woodley, ERSS, Toulouse, France Jean-Pierre Raysz, JOUVE, Mayenne, France Christophe Sibertin-Blanc, CERISS, Toulouse, France Eric Trupin, PSI, Rouen, France Christine Vanoirbeek, EPFL, Lausanne, Suisse Bernard Victorri, Lattice-CNRS, Paris, France Nadine Vigouroux, IRIT, Toulouse, France Nicole Vincent, E3i, Tours, France Jean Vivier, MRSH, Caen, France Khaldoun Zreik, GREYC, Caen, France ----------------------------- Organisation committee ----------------------------- Nathalie Aussenac-Gilles, IRIT, Toulouse Mauro Gaïo, GREYC, Caen Joël Gardes, France Telecom R&D, Lannion Christophe Luc, IRIT, Toulouse Mustapha Mojahid, IRIT, Toulouse Patrice Terrier, LTC, Toulouse Christine Vanoirbeek, EPFL, Lausanne Nadine Vigouroux, IRIT, Toulouse Coordination : Colette Ravinet, Service communication, IRIT, Toulouse

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