The 30th IEEE INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON
PORTLAND, OREGON, USA
MAY 23 - 25, 2000
The Multiple-Valued Logic Technical Committee of the IEEE Computer Society will hold its 30th annual symposium on May 23-25, 2000 in Portland, Oregon, USA. Portland is the largest town in Oregon, on the West Coast of United States, located between California and the state of Washington. Portland has an International Airport, recently remodeled, and is accessible from all the world. The symposium is sponsored by the IEEE Computer Society and by the Oregon Center for Advanced Technology Education. You are invited to submit an original research, survey or tutorial paper on any subject in the area of Multiple-Valued Logic, including, but not exclusively limited to:
Authors are requested to submit 5 copies (in English) of their double-space
typed manuscript on 8.5 by 11 inch or A4 paper by November 1,1999. Each paper
should be no longer than 20 pages and should include a 50-100 word abstract.
Papers should be sent to the closest Program Chair/Co-Chair:
Dept. of Comp. Engineering,
Himeji Inst. of Technology,
2167 Shosha Himeji
Dan A. Simovici
Dept. of Math. and Comp. Sci.
University of Massachusetts at Boston,
Boston, MA 02125,
Svetlana N. Yanushkevich,
Inst. of Comp. Sci. and Inf. Syst.
Tech. University of Szczecin,
Zolnierska Street 49,
71-210 Szczecin, Poland
Authors will be notified by February 2, 2000. Photo-ready copies of accepted papers are due by March 1, 2000. For additional information contact
Prof. Marek Perkowski
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
Portland State University
Portland, Oregon, 97207-0751, U.S.A.
Fax : +1-503-725-3807
The symposium will be followed by the workshop on Post-Binary Ultra-Large Scale Integration Systems held on May 26, 2000, (Chair: Prof. Takao Waho, Sophia University, Japan, firstname.lastname@example.org" ), and preceded by the Third Oregon Symposium on Logic, Design, and Learning, (Chair: Dr. Alan Mishchenko, Portland State University, Portland, OR, email@example.com )