NMR 2004
Call for Papers
Important Dates
Programme Committee
Author Instructions

Foundations of Nonmonotonic Reasoning
Computational Aspects of Nonmonotonic Reasoning
Action and Causality
Belief Change
Uncertainty Frameworks
Argument, Dialogue and Decision

International Workshop on
Non-Monotonic Reasoning
June 6-8, 2004
Delta Whistler Resort Hotel,
Whistler BC, Canada

10th International Workshop on Non-Monotonic Reasoning NMR2004

(Collocated with KR 2004, June 2-5, ICAPS 2004, June 3-7 2004, and DL 2004, June 6-8.)

NEW! Online proceedings now available.

This is the 10th workshop in the NMR series. Its aim is to bring together active researchers in the broad area of nonmonotonic reasoning, including belief revision, reasoning about actions, planning, logic programming, causality, probabilistic and possibilistic approaches to KR, and other related topics. Workshop activities will include invited talks, tutorials, presentations of technical papers and special sessions.

NMR2004 will be composed of six specialiased subworkshops. As well, this year there will be a session for demonstrations of implemented NMR systems.

As part of the program of the 10th workshop, we will assess the status of the field after the 25 years since its inception, and discuss issues such as:

  • significant recent achievements in the theory and automation of NMR
  • critical short and long term goals for NMR
  • emerging new research directions in NMR
  • practical applications of NMR
  • significance of NMR to knowledge representation and AI in general

Informal proceedings containing accepted papers and other workshop materials will be distributed at the meeting. In addition, they will be published on the web.

Program Chairs

James P. Delgrande
School of Computing Science
Simon Fraser University
Burnaby, B.C.
Canada V5A 1S6
Phone: +1 604.291.4335
Fax: +1 604.291.3045
Torsten Schaub
Institut für Informatik
Universitüat Potsdam
Postfach 60 15 53,
D-14415 Potsdam
Phone: +49 331 977 3080
Fax: +49 331 977 3122

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