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Fourth International Conference of Cognitive Modeling

ICCM-2001  http://www.hfac.gmu.edu/~iccm/

To be held July 26 - 28, 2001, at George Mason University, Fairfax,
Virginia, USA.

DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSIONS: MARCH 1st 2001

THEME
Computational modeling has emerged as a central, but complex and
sometimes fractionated theme in research on cognition. ICCM provides
a worldwide forum for cognitive scientists who build such
computational cognitive models and test them against empirical
cognitive data. The goal of ICCM-2001 is to bring researchers from
diverse backgrounds together to compare cognitive models, to evaluate
models using human data, and to further the development,
accumulation, and integration of cognitive theory.

SUBMISSION CATEGORIES  -- http://www.hfac.gmu.edu/~iccm/

Doctoral Consortium
Full day session 1 day prior to main conference for doctoral students
to present dissertation proposal ideas to one another and receive
feedback from experts from a variety of modeling approaches. Student
participants receive complimentary conference registration as well as
lodging and travel reimbursement-maximum amounts will be determined
at a later date.

Newell Prize for Best Student Paper
Award given to the paper first-authored by a student that provides
the most innovative or complete account of cognition in a particular
domain. The winner of the award will receive full reimbursement for
the conference fees, lodging costs, and a $1,000 stipend.

The Best Applied Research Paper Award
To be eligible, 1) the paper should capture behavioral data not
gathered in the psychology lab OR the paper should capture behavioral
data in a task that has high external validity; 2) the best paper is
the one that one from this category that provides the most innovative
or complete solution to a real-world, practical problem.

Competitive symposia
Three to six participants submit a symposium in which they all
present models relating to the same domain or phenomenon. The
participants must agree upon a set of fundamental issues in their
domain that all participants must address or discuss.

Papers and Posters
Papers and posters will follow the 6-page 10-point double-column
single-spaced US-letter format used by the Annual Cognitive Science
Society Meeting. Formatting templates and examples will be made
available in February 2001.

ICCM-2001  http://www.hfac.gmu.edu/~iccm/

DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSIONS: MARCH 1st 2001
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Wayne D. Gray, Program Director
HUMAN FACTORS & APPLIED COGNITIVE PROGRAM

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George Mason University               FAX: +1 (703) 993-1330
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