CALL FOR PAPERS - 1992 ACM Symposium on Applied Computing 
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 CALL FOR PAPERS - 1992 ACM Symposium on Applied Computing

                       **Preliminary Call For Paper**

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               1992 SYMPOSIUM ON APPLIED COMPUTING (SAC '92)
                              MARCH 1-3, 1992
                       KANSAS CITY, CONVENTION CENTER
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        SAC '92
        =======

        SAC '92 is the annual conference of the ACM Special Interest
        Group  on  Applied  Computing  (SIGAPP).   For  the past six
        years, SAC '92 has been a primary forum for applied  comput-
        ing  practitioners  and researchers. This year, SAC '92 will
        be held in conjunction with the 1992  ACM  Computer  Science
        Conference  in  Kansas City.  State-of-the-Art and State-of-
        the-Practice papers in all areas of  applied  computing  are
        invited,  including, but not limited to, Artificial Intelli-
        gence,  Cognitive  Science,  Communications,   Computational
        Linguistics,  Database, Distributed Systems, Expert Systems,
        Hypermedia, Graphics  and  Image  Processing,  Human/Machine
        Interfaces,  Logic  and Symbolic Programming, Medical Infor-
        matics, Networking, Neural Networks,  Object  Oriented  Pro-
        gramming,   Office   Automation,  Parallelism  and  Software
        Engineering.   Special  sessions   and   panels   are   also
        encouraged.

        GUIDELINES FOR SUBMISSION
        =========================

        Original papers from any area of applied computing  will  be
        considered.  Several categories of papers will be considered
        for presentation and publication: (1)  original  and  unpub-
        lished research articles, (2) reports of innovative applica-
        tions in the arts, sciences, engineering, business,  govern-
        ment  and industry, and (3) reports of successful technology
        transfer to new problem domains.  Each category  of  submis-
        sion  will  be  reviewed  by peer groups appropriate to that
        category.  Accepted articles in all categories will be  pub-
        lished in the SAC '92 Conference Proceedings to be published
        by the ACM Press.  Best  student  papers  will  qualify  for
        awards.   Expanded  versions  of  selected  papers  from all
        categories  will  be  considered  for  publication  in   the
        ACM/SIGAPP quarterly APPLIED COMPUTING REVIEW.

        In order to facilitate the blind  external  review  process,
        submission guidelines must be strictly adhered to:

        o    Submit 5 copies of manuscript to SAC '92 Secretariat at
             address, below.

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        o    Author name(s) and address(es) are NOT to appear in the
             body  of  the  paper,  and  self-reference should be in
             third person.

        o    Body of paper should not exceed 5,000 words (approx. 20
             pages, double-spaced).

        o    Separate cover sheet should be attached to  each  copy,
             containing (1) title, (2) author(s) and affiliation(s),
             and (3) address (including e-mail and  fax  number)  to
             which correspondence should be addressed.

        o    In order to qualify as a  student  paper,  ALL  authors
             must be students at the time the manuscript was submit-
             ted.

        o    All papers and panel proposals  must  be  submitted  by
             November 15, 1992.

        DIRECT ALL CORRESPONDENCE, INQUIRIES AND SUBMISSIONS TO:

        SAC '92 SECRETARIAT
        % Computer Science - MS 219
        Oklahoma State University
        Stillwater, OK  74078-0599

        fax: (1)-405-744-7074

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                              IMPORTANT DATES

           PAPERS DUE:   November 15, 1991
           PANEL PROPOSALS DUE:    November 15, 1991
           AUTHOR NOTIFICATION:    December 13, 1991
           CAMERA READY COPY DUE:    January 10, 1992
           CONFERENCE BEGINS:    March 1, 1992
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        SAC '92 CONFERENCE CHAIR
        ========================
        Hal Berghel, U. Arkansas

        SAC '92 PROGRAM CHAIR
        =====================
        George Hedrick, Oklahoma State

        SAC '92 STEERING COMMITTEE
        ==========================
        Hal Berghel, U. Arkansas
        George Hedrick, Oklahoma State

                                   - 3 -

        Richard Hetherington, U. Missouri-KC
        Abe Kandel, Florida State
        S. Lakshmivarahan, U. Oklahoma
        William Poucher, Baylor
        John Talburt, U. Arkansas-Little Rock
        Glenn Thompson, AMOCO
        Elizabeth Unger, Kansas State
        Joe Urban, Arizona State
        Roger Wainwright, U. Tulsa
        Kam-Fai Wong, ECRC

        SAC '92 PROGRAM COMMITTEE
        =========================
        Moonis Ali, U. Tennessee
        Mike Bauer, U. Western Ontario
        Nader Bshouty, U. Calgary
        Andy Cheese, Siemens AG
        George Coghill, U. Auckland
        Phil Cox, TGS Systems
        Ed Deaton, San Diego State Univ.
        Sudershan Dhall, U. Oklahoma
        Paolino Di Felice, U. di L'Aquila
        David Elizandro, East Texas State
        Michael Folk, NCSA
        Ephraim Glinert, RPI
        Ron Goforth, U. Arkansas/NHRC
        Calvin Gotlieb, U. Toronto
        Geoff Harris, Griffith Univ.
        Ray Hashemi, U. Arkansas-LR
        Terry Hengl, PC AI
        Hitoshi Aida, U. Tokyo
        C.J. Hwang, SW Texas
        Arthur Karshmer, New Mexico State
        R. Kotagiri, U. Melbourne
        Vijay Kumar, U. Missouri-KC
        Louis LeBlanc, U. Arkansas-LR
        Doris Lidtke, Towson State
        Lester Lipsky, U. Connecticut
        Hongjum Lu, Nat. U. Singapore
        Ron Oliver, Cal Poly - SLO
        Wuxu Peng, SW Texas
        Raju Ramaswamy, UMKC
        Richard Rankin, U. Missouri-Rolla
        David Roach, U. Arkansas
        Joe Schmuller, CDM FPOC
        Moti Schneider, Florida Inst. Tech.
        James Senn, Georgia State
        Sujeet Shenoi, U. Tulsa
        Charles Shub, U. Colorado-CS
        Peter Smith, Cal State-Northridge
        Patrick Valduriez, INRIA
        Marco Valtorta, U. South Carolina
        Ming-fang Wang, U. Central Arkansas

                                   - 4 -

        Ian Watson, U. Manchester
        Kyu-Young Whang, KAIST
        George Whitson, U. Texas-Tyler
        Ralph Wilkerson, U. Missouri-Rolla
        Hee Youn, U. Texas-Arlington
        Mansour Zand, U. Nebraska-Omaha

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