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####### # # E-scripts about Tallin (Diagrams 2020 and other things). # # Note 1: use the eev command (defined in eev.el) and the # ee alias (in my .zshrc) to execute parts of this file. # Executing this file as a whole makes no sense. # An introduction to eev can be found here: # # (find-eev-quick-intro) # http://angg.twu.net/eev-intros/find-eev-quick-intro.html # # Note 2: be VERY careful and make sure you understand what # you're doing. # # Note 3: If you use a shell other than zsh things like |& # and the for loops may not work. # # Note 4: I always run as root. # # Note 5: some parts are too old and don't work anymore. Some # never worked. # # Note 6: the definitions for the find-xxxfile commands are on my # .emacs. # # Note 7: if you see a strange command check my .zshrc -- it may # be defined there as a function or an alias. # # Note 8: the sections without dates are always older than the # sections with dates. # # This file is at <http://angg.twu.net/e/tallin.e> # or at <http://angg.twu.net/e/tallin.e.html>. # See also <http://angg.twu.net/emacs.html>, # <http://angg.twu.net/.emacs[.html]>, # <http://angg.twu.net/.zshrc[.html]>, # <http://angg.twu.net/escripts.html>, # and <http://angg.twu.net/>. # ####### # (find-es "tex" "llncs") # (taa) % Topics of Interest (Main Track) % % Conference topics include, but are not limited to: % % – applications of diagrams, % – computational models of reasoning with, and interpretation of, diagrams, % – design of diagrammatic notations, % – diagram understanding by humans or machines, % – diagram aesthetics and layout, % – educational uses of diagrams, % – evaluation of diagrammatic notations, % – graphical communication and literacy, % – heterogeneous notations involving diagrams, % – history of diagrammatic notations, % – information visualization using diagrams, % – nature of diagrams and diagramming, % – novel technologies for diagram use, % – philosophy of diagrams (separate call), % – psychological issues pertaining to diagrams (separate call), % – reasoning with diagrams, % – semiotics of diagrams, % – software to support the use of diagrams, and % – usability and human-computer interaction issues concerning diagrams. % % In addition to the main track, Diagrams 2020 will have the special % tracks of philosophy of diagrams and psychology of diagrams. If the % main research contribution of your submission is considered to be on % either of these themes, you are strongly encouraged to submit to the % respective special track, each of which has a dedicated program % committee. % % **************************************************************************** % Submission Categories % % Diagrams 2020 will include presentations of refereed Papers, % Abstracts, and Posters, alongside tutorials, workshop sessions, and a % graduate symposium. % % We invite submissions for peer review that focus on any aspect of % diagrams research, as follows: % % – Long Papers (16 pages) % – Abstracts (3 pages) % – Short Papers (8 pages) % – Posters (4 pages – this is both a maximum and minimum requirement) % % All submissions should include diagrams where appropriate. Submission % of Long Papers, Abstracts, Short Papers, and Posters should be made to % either the main conference track, or one of the special session % tracks, on the philosophy of diagrams and the psychology of diagrams. % % Long Papers and Short Papers should report on original research % contributions. % % Submissions to the Abstracts category should report on significant % research contributions, which may have been published elsewhere (such % submissions must clearly cite prior work) or are intended to be % published elsewhere. The contribution should be of a similar level to % that expected of a Long Paper. Submissions to the Abstracts category % will not be included as an archival contribution in the proceedings, % but will be made available in hard-copy form at the conference. % Accepted Abstract submissions will be offered the same presentation % time in the program as Long papers. High quality Abstract submissions % that nonetheless fall short of the standard required for full % acceptance may be accepted for a short presentation. The Abstracts % submission category is not intended for work-in-progress; the Poster % submission category should be used for work-in-progress. % % Posters may report on original, yet early stage, research or on % previously published research that is of interest to the Diagrams % community (such submissions must clearly cite prior work). # Local Variables: # coding: utf-8-unix # End: