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Fifth International Conference on Cognitive Modeling (ICCM 2003)
Call for Participation
Computational modeling became in the last years an important tool for
building and testing theories in Cognitive Science. ICCM provides a
worldwide forum for cognitive scientists who build computational theories
and test them against empirical data.
The goal of ICCM-2003 is to bring researchers from diverse backgrounds
(Information Science, Neurophysiology, Psychology, Psycholinguistics,
- to discuss theoretical models,
- to learn more about the developments of different modeling approaches,
- to compare different approaches,
- to discuss evaluations of theoretical models using empirical data
- and generally to bring forward the accumulation and integration of
cognitive models and theory in Cognitive Science.
We expect to have researchers from the whole scope of modeling approaches,
including symbolic modeling, production system, connectionist and neuronal
modeling, Bayesian models, Petri-nets, dynamic Systems, and various hybrid
We also expect to have work being presented from a wide variety of domains,
ranging from low- level perception and attention to higher-level mental
processes as thinking reasoning and learning and the integration of
cognition, emotion and motivation in complex action regulation.
- Conference: Bamberg, Germany, April 10 - 12, 2003
- Deadline for submissions: November 1, 2002
- Pre-Registration starts now
Registration and call for papers will start soon.
More information and pre-registration on http://iccm2003.ppp.uni-bamberg.de/
Dietrich Dörner und Harald Schaub (chairs)
Institut für Theoretische Psychologie
D-96045 Bamberg, Germany