SAB2004: call for participation, call for abstracts

----- SAB2004 Call for participation, Call for Abstracts (Last-Minute-Results) -----
SAB2004, From Animals to Animats 8, The Eighth International Conference
on the Simulation of Adaptive Behavior Santa Monica (Los Angeles), July 13-17 2004 http://www.isab.org/sab04 /
----- Call for participation -----
We are glad to announce that the registration for SAB2004 is now open, and that the preliminary technical program is available. See http://www.isab.org/sab04/register / and http://www.isab.org/sab04/program /
The deadline for early registration is 28 May 2004.
----- Call for abstracts -----
SAB2004 introduces a new feature: the Last-Minute-Results poster session.
This special session will offer researchers in Adaptive Behavior the opportunity to present their most recent results at SAB2004 (http://www.isab.org/sab04 /). The goal of this session is to provide an informal setting in which participants can reveal and discuss their latest results and developments at the time of the conference (13-17 July 2004).
Researchers are invited to submit a two-page abstract describing recent results/developments. Abstracts should be sent electronically as a PDF file to the conference general email address, snipped-for-privacy@isab.org, with "Last Minute Results" in the email Subject line.
The call for abstracts is open to all (i.e. to people both with and without an accepted paper at the conference). There is a limit of one abstract/poster per participant as a first author. After review by the conference chairs, authors of accepted abstracts will be allowed to present their results as a poster in a special Last-Minute-Results session. Note that the abstracts will not be considered as publications and will not be included in the conference proceedings.
Deadlines:
May 31 2004: Abstract submission deadline June 7 2004: Notification of acceptance July 13-17 2004: SAB'04 conference
Contributions treating any of the following topics from the perspective of adaptive behavior will receive special emphasis:
The Animat approach Characterization of agents and environments Passive and active perception Motor control Visually-guided behaviors Action selection Behavioral sequencing Navigation and mapping Internal models and representation Learning and development Motivation and emotion Collective and social behavior Emergent structures and behaviors Neural correlates of behavior Evolutionary and co-evolutionary approaches Autonomous robotics Humanoid robotics Software agents and virtual creatures Applied adaptive behavior Animats in education Philosophical and psychological issues
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