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25-28 October 2006, International Conference on Multidisciplinary Information Sciences
and Technologies (InSciT2006), Mérida, Spain

Date: 25-28 October 2006
Location: Mérida, Spain
Deadline: 15 May 2006

Information Science is the interface of a number of scientific disciplines, all related to the diverse aspects of the information access, management, retrieval and usage. A number of approaches to the same object of study, the information, converge in this space: technological, mathematical, linguistic, and cognitive aspects as well as those related to the Artificial Intelligence, Natural Language Processing or Human-Computer Interaction, organizational aspects and so on. All these approaches shape the wide range of domains which must interact in order to find the solutions to the problems we all face when deploying and improving these information systems.

InSciT2006, with a strong multi and inter disciplinary focus, aims at creating a forum in Spain where gather together researchers and practitioners coming from the widest range of knowledge domains involved in the study of information.

For more information, an online registration form and a preliminary program, see http://www.instac.es/inscit2006/

The Programme Committee cordially invites all researchers to submit abstracts of their papers for presentation. Submission deadline (extended) is May 15th, 2006. Researchers interested in participating but unable to attend InSciT2006 can participate in the Virtual Symposium, submitting their presentations in a power point (PPT) compatible format for exposition at the computer area.

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