Name Present Institution Avner Friedman IMA Director John Goutsias Johns Hopkins University Ronald Mahler Lockheed-Martin Tactical Systems Hung T. Nguyen New Mexico State University
plans are that each session will consist of three one-hour talks
and three shorter twenty-minute talks. In each session, the
first one-hour talk will be a plenary presentation given by
a researcher of world standing, whose participation will result
in an infusion of technical expertise not currently available
in the United States. Currently these plenary speakers are:
General random set theory: Ilya Molchanov, CWI, Amsterdam, the Netherlands
analysis: Dominique Jeulin, Ecole de Mines de Paris, Paris,France
uncertainty in expert systems: Ulrich Hhle, Bergische Universitat,
Cross-disciplinary discussion: During each session a block of time will be set aside to facilitate cross-disciplinary interaction between industrial, government, and academic participants. In particular, time will be available for short informal talks by the attendees.
Banquet: On Saturday, August 24, the workshop will conclude with an evening banquet.
Proceedings: The workshop papers will appear in conference proceedings to be published as a volume in the IMA Volumes in Mathematics and its Applications series (Springer-Verlag). Plenary and invited speakers are expected to have a final camera-ready copy of their paper ready at the beginning of the conference. The camera-ready copy must conform to the Springer-Verlag publication format.
inquiries concerning ADMINISTRATIVE MATTERS (general, information,
travel and room reservations, etc. should be directed To:
Institute for Mathematics and its Applications
ATTN: Workshop on Random Sets
University of Minnesota
514 Vincent Hall
206 Church Street S.E.
Minneapolis, MN 55455
Tel: (612) 624-6066
FAX: (612) 626-7370 E-mail :firstname.lastname@example.org
concerning the TECHNICAL AIMS of the conference can be directed