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From: Mary-Anne Williams <Mary-Anne@it.uts.edu.au>
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		    KR2004 CALL FOR PAPERS
                               
                  Ninth International Conference on the 
          Principles of Knowledge Representation and Reasoning
                               June 2 - 5, 2004
			  Whistler, Canada
               Submission Deadline: November 26, 2003
                Sponsored by KR Inc, IBM, SFU and UTS

                 
Knowledge Representation and Reasoning (KR&R) is a vibrant and exciting
field of 
human endeavor. KR&R techniques are key drivers of innovation in
computer science, 
and they have led to significant advances in practical applications in a
wide 
range of areas from Artificial Intelligence to Software Engineering.

Explicit representations of knowledge manipulated by reasoning engines
are an 
integral and crucial component of intelligent systems. Semantic Web
technologies 
and the design of software agents, in particular, provide significant
challenges 
for KR&R. 

We intend KR2004 to be a forum for the exchange of news, issues, and
results among 
the community of researchers in the principles and practices of KR&R
systems. We 
encourage papers presenting substantial new results in the principles of
KR&R 
systems that clearly contribute to the formal foundations or show the
applicability 
of the results to implemented and implementable systems. We also
encourage "reports 
from the field'' of applications, experiments, developments, and tests.
Such papers 
should be explicitly identified as reports from the field by the
authors, to ensure 
appropriate reviewing, and must include a section on evaluation.

KR2004 will collocate with the International Conference on Advanced
Planning and 
Scheduling (ICAPS-2004), with one day in common. We strongly encourage
papers 
which would be of interest to both communities.

Topics of interest include: 
    o Exception Tolerant and Inconsistency-Tolerant Reasoning, 
      Default Logics, Conditional Logics, Paraconsistent Logics,
Argumentation 
    o Temporal Reasoning, Spatial reasoning, Causal Reasoning,
Abduction, 
      Explanations, Extrapolation, Model-based diagnosis 
    o Reasoning about Actions, Situation Calculus, Action Languages,
Dynamic Logic 
    o Reasoning, Planning, or Decision Making under Uncertainty,
Probabilistic and 
      Possibilistic approaches, Belief Functions and Imprecise
Probabilities 
    o Representations of Vagueness, Many-valued and Fuzzy Logics, 
    o Concept Formation, Similarity-based reasoning 
    o Information Change, Belief Revision, Update 
    o Information Fusion, Ontologies, Ontology Methodology
    o Qualitative reasoning and decision theory, Preference modeling, 
      Reasoning about preference, reasoning about physical systems 
    o Intelligent agents, negotiation, group decision making,
cooperation, 
      interaction, game theory, common knowledge, cognitive robotics 
    o Algebraic foundations of knowledge representations, graphical
representations 
    o Modal logics and reasoning, belief, preference networks,
constraints 
    o Knowledge representation languages, Description logics, Logic
programming, 
      constraint logic programming, inductive logic programming,
complexity analysis 
    o Natural language processing, learning, discovering and acquiring
knowledge, 
      belief networks, summarization, categorization 
    o Applications of KR&R, Knowledge-based Scheduling, WWW querying
languages, 
      Information retrieval and web mining, Website selection and
configuration, 
      Electronic commerce and auctions 
    o Philosophical foundations and psychological evidence

Important Dates 
     Electronic Submission Deadline: November 26, 2003
     Notification of acceptance: January 14, 2004
     Camera-ready papers due: March 3, 2004
     KR2004 Conference: June 2 -5, 2004

Paper Submission
The Program Committee will review extended abstracts rather than
complete papers. 
Submissions must be at most twelve (12) pages, excluding the
bibliography, with 
a maximum of 38 lines per page and an average of 75 characters per line 
(corresponding to the LaTeX article-style, 12pt). If you have a separate
title 
page containing at most the title, author information, keywords and
abstract, 
this will not be counted in the twelve page limit. Over length
submissions will 
be rejected without review. Authors of accepted papers will be expected
to submit 
substantially longer full papers for the conference proceedings. Authors
must 
submit an online title page and an electronic version of their paper in
pdf format 
only. The electronic process will be made available on the KR2004
website closer 
to the submission date. Papers not in pdf format will be rejected
without review. 

Invited Speakers 
    Keynote Speakers 
        Patrick Doherty, University of Linkoping, Sweden
        Itzhak Gilboa, Tel-Aviv University, Israel
        Peter Patel-Schneider, Bell Labs Research, USA

    "Great Moments in Knowledge Representation" Series
        John McCarthy, Stanford University
        William Woods, Sun Microsystems

Conference Chair: Mary-Anne Williams 
                  University of Technology, Sydney, Australia

Program Chairs: Didier Dubois, Univ. Paul Sabatier, France 
                Christopher Welty, IBM Watson Research Center, USA 

Local Arrangements: Jim Delgrande, Simon Fraser University, Canada 

Workshops Coordination Chair: Sheila McIlraith, Stanford University, USA


Treasurer: Alankar Karol, University of Technology, Sydney, Australia 

Program Committee
    William Andersen, Ontology Works, USA
    Franz Baader, University of Dresden, Germany
    Philippe Balbiani, IRIT, France
    Salem Benferhat, University of Artois, France
    Brandon Bennett, University of Leeds, UK
    Ronen Brafman, University of Tel-Aviv, Israel
    Gerhard Brewka, University of Leipzig, Germany
    Marco Cadoli, University of Rome "La Sapienza", Italy
    Vinay Chaudhri, SRI, USA
    Tony Cohn, Leeds, UK
    Marie-Odile Cordier, Rennes, France
    Adnan Darwiche, UCLA, USA
    Ernest Davis, New York University, USA
    John Debenham, University of Technology, Sydney
    Rina Dechter, UCLA, USA
    Jon Doyle, North Carolina State Univ., USA
    Thomas Eiter, Vienna University of Tech, Austria
    Peter Eklund, University of Queensland, Australia
    Thomas Ellman, Vassar College, USA
    Richard Fikes, Stanford University, USA
    Tim Finin, University of Maryland, USA
    Antony Galton, University of Exeter, UK
    Aldo Gangemi, CNR Roma, Italy
    Hector Geffner, University of Pomeu Fabra, Spain
    Enrico Giunchiglia, Universita of Genova, Italy
    Carole Goble, University of Manchester, UK
    Lluis Godo, IIIIA-CSIC Barcelona, Spain
    Asunción Gómez-Pérez, Univ. Poli. de Madrid, Spain
    Nicola Guarino, LOA-ISTC, Italy
    Pat Hayes, University of West Florida, USA
    Andreas Herzig, IRIT, France
    Ian Horrocks, University of Manchester, UK
    Anthony Hunter, University College London, USA
    Henry Kautz, University of Washington, USA
    Gabriele Kern-Isberner, Univ. of Hagen, Germany
    Jerome Lang, IRIT, France
    Fritz Lehmann, Ontology Consulting Corp, USA
    Hector Levesque, University of Toronto, Canada
    Paolo Liberatore, University of Rome "La Sapienza", Italy
    Vladimir Lifschitz, University of Texas at Austin, USA
    Fangzhen Lin, Hong Kong Univ. Sci. & Tech	China
    Thomas Lukasiewicz, University of Rome, Italy
    Pierre Marquis, Univ. Lens, France
    Sheila McIlraith, Stanford University, USA
    John-Jules Meyer, Utrecht University, NL
    Guy Mineau, Universite Laval, Canada
    Leora Morgenstern, IBM Research, USA
    Erik Mueller, IBM Research, USA
    Stephen Muggleton, Imperial College, UK
    Daniele Nardi, University of  Rome "La Sapienza", Italy
    Bernhard Nebel, University of Freiburg, Germany
    Ilkka Niemela, Tech. Univ.  Helsinki, Finland
    Lin Padgham, RMIT, Australia
    Pavlos Peppas, AIT, Greece
    Ramon Pino-Perez, Univ. de Los Andes, Venezuela
    David Poole, University of British Columbia, Canada
    David Randell, Imperial College London, UK
    Marie Christine Rousset, Univ. Paris-Sud, France
    Guus Schreiber, University of Amsterdam, NL
    Colleen Seifert, University of Michigan, USA
    Bart Selman, Cornell University, USA
    Stuart C. Shapiro, SUNY Buffalo, USA
    Helena Sofia-Pinto, IST Lisboa, Portugal
    Liz Sonenberg, University of Melbourne, Australia
    Rudi Studer, Univ. Karlsruhe, Germany
    Michael Thielscher, Univ. Dresden,	Germany
    Rich Thomason, University of Michigan, USA
    Pietro Torasso, University of Torino, Italy
    Mirek Truszczynski, University of Kentucky,	USA
    Laure Vieu, LOA-ISTC, Italy
    Toby Walsh, University of York, UK
    Michael Whitbrock, Cycorp, USA
    Brian Williams, MIT, USA
    Frank Wolter, University of Liverpool, UK
    Mike Wooldridge, University of Liverpool, UK

Websites:   http://www.KR.org   and   http://magic.it.uts.edu.au/KR2004/

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Professor Mary-Anne Williams
Innovation and Technology Research Laboratory
Faculty of Information Technology
University of Technology, Sydney
NSW 2007 Australia
http://research.it.uts.edu.au/magic/Mary-Anne
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