J E L I A '2000
7th European Workshop on Logics in AI

Malaga, Spain Sept. 29 - Oct. 2, 2000

The European Workshop on Logics in AI provides a major biennial forum for the discussion of logic-oriented approaches to artificial intelligence. Following previous meetings in France (1988), The Netherlands (1990), Germany (1992), England (1994), Portugal (1996) and Germany (1998), the seventh workshop will be held in Malaga, Spain, Sept. 29 - Oct. 2, 2000.

As in previous workshops, the aim is to bring together researchers involved in all aspects of logic in artificial intelligence.

The workshop will include submitted contributions and a small number of invited papers, all of which will be presented in plenary sessions. Papers are sought in areas which include (but are not limited to) the following topics:

o foundations of logic programming and knowledge-based systems
o automated theorem proving
o knowledge representation
o non-classical logics
o nonmonotonic reasoning and belief revision
o abductive and inductive reasoning
o reasoning about action and planning
o foundations of multi-agent systems
o program verfication
o hybrid reasoning systems
o applications of logic-based systems
o logics in machine learning

All submitted papers will be refereed by an international programme committee and selections will be made on the basis of originality and significance.

Submission Requirements

Authors are asked to submit their papers as postscript files to one of the Programme Co-Chairs (see below for addresses) before May 1, 2000. Proceedings will be made available at the workshop. The length of submitted papers should not exceed 15 pages.

For more information, visit the workshop homepage at the URL http://www.ctima.uma.es/jelia or contact any of the Workshop Chairs at the addresses below.

Important Dates Paper submission deadline: May 7, 2000
Author Notification: June 17, 2000
Final version due on: July 7, 2000
Workshop: Sept. 29 - Oct. 2, 2000

Workshop Chairs

Manuel Ojeda Aciego
Universidad de Malaga, Spain

Inma P. de Guzmán
Universidad de Malaga, Spain

Programme Chairs
Gerhard Brewka
Universitaet Leipzig, Germany

Luis Moniz Pereira
UNL Lisbon, Portugal