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                        ACM-SIGIR Call for Posters

Late-breaking developments or works-in-progress are invited as poster
submissions for the 22nd International ACM-SIGIR Conference on Research
and Development in Information Retrieval which will be held at the
University of California at Berkeley August 15-19, 1999. Due date for
poster submission is May 1.

SIGIR is the major international forum for the presentation of new
research results, as well as the demonstration of new systems and
techniques in information retrieval. The conference attracts a broad range
of professionals from the commercial and academic worlds, including
theoreticians, developers, publishers, researchers, educators, and
designers of systems, interfaces, information bases, and related
applications. While the full paper submission deadline has passed,
poster presentations which enable researchers to present late-breaking
results, work in progress, or research that is best presented
interactively or graphically, are due May 1. Proposals for demonstrations
are also due on May 1 to Ray Larson at [log in to unmask]

See our web site at http://www.sims.berkeley.edu/conferences/sigir99/ for
full coverage of topics of interest at SIGIR for both posters and
demonstrations.

If you are interested in presenting your work as a poster at SIGIR, a
description of 1,000 words or less of the work that will be covered in
your poster should be submitted. Two hard copies need to be sent: 1) a
copy containing the 1,0000 word poster description with title, but no
indication of the author or affiliation; 2) a separate copy of the 1,000
word poster description with title, plus author and affiliation, IN CAMERA
READY FORMAT. For further details on camera-ready copy, please see:
http://www.sims.berkeley.edu/conferences/sigir99/author-info.html

Poster submissions should be sent to arrive by May 1, 1999, to:

                              Elizabeth Liddy, Posters Chair, SIGIR 99
                              School of Information Studies
                              Syracuse University
                              4-234 Center for Science and Technology
                              Syracuse, NY 13244-4100
                              USA
                              Phone: 1-315-443-4456
                              Fax: 1-315-443-5806
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