The 30th IEEE INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON
Place: Portland State University, Portland, Oregon, USA
Date: May 23-25,2000.
School of Engineering and Applied Science, Portland State University
Technical Committee on Multiple-Valued Logic,
IEEE Computer Society.
Oregon Center for Advanced Technology Education.
Oregon Graduate Institute
Local High-Technology Companies
Provost Office of Portland State University
Japanese Research Group on Multiple-Valued Logic
- REGISTRATION FORMS
- Final Call For Papers
- Hotels. Information about ISMVL participant group rates.
- Other hotels, Restaurants and all turist information
- How to go to the Hotel from Airport
- Schedule of the conference and associated events.
- TECHNICAL PROGRAM
- Technical Program
- Table of technical sessions
- List of Authors
- List of Reviewers
- Invited talk about quantum computing.
- Invited talk about Evolvable Hardware.
- Welcome from the Symposium Chair.
- GENERAL INFORMATION
- Welcome to Oregon, the site of ISMVL 2000.
- Portland International Airport
- Downtown Portland Map
- About Portland and Conference Site
- Portland State University
- Information for Attendees
- TURIST ATTRACTIONS
- Rose Festival and the famous street parade
- Photos of Oregon Coast.
- Oregon National and State Parks
- High Technology in Oregon
- Information about turist attractions.
- ASSOCIATED EVENTS
- MAY 21 - MAY 23
The Thirty-Second Annual ACM Symposium on Theory of Computing (STOC), sponsored by
SIGACT (the ACM Special Interest Group on Algorithms and Computation Theory), will be held
in Portland, Oregon.
- MAY 22
Third Oregon Symposium on Logic, Design and Learning, LDL'00 - Final technical program.
- MAY 24
Banquet Speaker - Dr. Wolf on
- MAY 26
9-th Ultra-Large Scale Postbinary Workshop (ULSI'00). Final technical program.
- MAY 20: Recent announcements.
- PHOTOGRAPHS FROM TSUTOMU SASAO
More pictures from Tsutomu.
- PHOTOGRAPHS FROM MASAHIRO MIYAKAWA
Around the largest Sitka Spruce in the world.
Grant Pogosyan, Claudio Moraga, B.Gerla ?, Pawel Kerntopf, Masahiro Miyakawa, Christina Dorotska,
Ewa Orlowska, Craig Files
Radomir Stankovic, Dr. Wolf from Oregon Health Science University, Marek Perkowski and
Bryce Tucker, Marek Perkowski, and a hexapod robot.
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