Grammar Systems 2000
July 3 - 7, 2000
Bad Ischl, Austria
Aims and Scope:
The workshop will provide a platform for an intensive exchange of ideas, techniques, results and opinions. Discussions will focus on current and developing lines of thought, new results, challenging problems and trends in the theory of grammar systems and other related distributed symbol processing mechanisms as well as motivations for further research and possibilities of applying achieved results. Submissions are expected on grammar systems on strings, arrays and graphs, cooperating automata, distributed DNA computing models, membrane computing models, and other related areas, as well as any kind of possible applications (Artificial Intelligence, Artificial Life, Linguistics, Natural Computing).
Steering Committee:Erzsébet Csuhaj-Varjú, Budapest
Jürgen Dassow, Magdeburg
Rudolf Freund, Wien
Jozef Kelemen, Opava
Alica Kelemenova, Opava
Gheorghe Păun, Bucuresti
Franziska Freund, Wien, firstname.lastname@example.org
Participation and Submission:
For participation, please contact the organizing chair. For submission, please send an electronic version (in LATEX) to the address of the organizing chair not later than January 10th, 2000. The authors will be notified of acceptance/rejection not later than February 13th, 2000. The final version should be sent until May 1st, 2000.
Proceedings:All accepted papers will be published by the Silesian University in a volume available during the workshop.
Location of the Workshop:
Bad Ischl is a small town in the Salzkammergut well known as the summer residence of Kaiser Franz Josef and his wife Sisi, located in the south of Upper Austria, 60 km from Salzburg. Nowadays it is famous for the wellness facilities based on natural salt water, mountain excursions and boat trips on the lakes nearby.