CAMREC: MABS @ ICMAS: 3rd CfP (requested extensions)

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                 The 2000 Multi Agent Based Simulation Workshop
                           federated with ICMAS-2000
                               Boston, 9 July 2000

    The MABS-2000 workshop is federated with the 4th International
    Conference on Multi Agent Systems (ICMAS) in Boston on 9 July. Given
    the usual standard of papers, proceedings are to be published in the
    Springer Verlag Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence series and
    there have been several requests by editors to publish special
    collections of extended MABS papers.

    I have also had a number of requests for extensions to the submission
    deadline. Remembering that I have asked for these from time to time, I
    am sympathetic to such requests while recognising the need to keep some
    control over the editorial/reviewing process. Consequently, I am
    prepared to consider extensions of up to two weeks provided that I
    receive by the submission deadline a short abstract (up to 500
    words)with a prospective actual submission date. This brings MABS in
    line with nearly all of the other ICMAS workshops.

    The full call for papers is at:

    The submission timetable:

              February 15, 2000: Submission of full papers (or abstracts
    with request for extension).

              March 28, 2000: Notification of acceptances

              May 1, 2000: Deadline for submission of final versions of
    accepted papers

    There is a limit of 35 participants in MABS2000 and we expect to accept
    10-12 papers. In consequence, the workshop will be small, informal and
    concentrated on discussion with relatively short presentations of
    previously circulated papers. The focus, the size and the expected
    quality of papers and discussion offer the opportunity for MABS2000 to
    be a watershed event in the development of agent based social

    Details of topics, paper lengths can be found in the on-line call (see

    Professor Scott Moss
    Centre for Policy Modelling
    Manchester Metropolitan University
    Aytoun Building
    Manchester M1 3GH

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