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CfP: Special Issue on Logics for Preferences, Uncertainty and Vagueness

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* IfCoLog Journal of Logics and their Applications *
Special Issue on Logics for Reasoning about
Preferences, Uncertainty and Vagueness

PRUV 2014 was the first Workshop on Logics for Reasoning about
Preferences, Uncertainty, and Vagueness. This workshop was
associated to the Vienna Summer of Logic.

The aim of PRUV is to bring together people from different
communities (such as the Artificial Intelligence and the Semantic
Web community, among others), including theorists and practitioners,
working on logics for reasoning about preferences, uncertainty, and

Making researchers aware of and fruitfully discuss the most recent
application areas, new challenges and the existing body of work on
logics for reasoning about preferences, uncertainty, and vagueness,
respectively is the main goal of the meeting.

After a successful workshop, the IfCoLog Journal of Logics and their
Applications now invites submissions to a special issue on the
topics of PRUV.

== Submission Deadline ==

** June 21st, 2015 **

== TOPICS ==

We welcome submissions relating logic with preferences,
uncertainty and vagueness.

Some logics of interest are:
 - first order logic,
 - propositional logic,
 - logic programming,
 - answer set programming,
 - description logics,
 - modal logic,
 - dynamic logic,
 - temporal logics,
 - defeasible logics,
 - agent logics.

Formalisms for handling preferences, uncertainty and vagueness
include, but are not limited to
 - probability measures,
 - Bayesian networks,
 - possibility measures,
 - preference networks,
 - CP-networks,
 - rough sets,
 - fuzzy set theory.


All accepted papers will be published in a special issue of
the IFCOLOG Journal of Logics and their Applications


Submissions must be prepared in LaTeX using the IfCoLog style

All submitted manuscripts must contain original material not
previously published or currently under review in any other
journal. Submissions extending results previously published
at a conference or workshop are welcome.

Submissions will be made via EasyChair:


More information is available at the special issue webpage

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