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Wednesday 25th March - Friday 27th March 1998, London, UK


PAP/PACT98 is sponsored and supported to date by: Andata, Amziinc., CompulogNet, IF Computer, LPA, Prolog Development Centre, PrologIA, Prolog Management Group, Association of Logic Programming, and is held in cooperation with the AAAI.

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The premier forum for constraint and logic programming applications and systems, PAP/PACT will explore the real world benefits for business and future trends for these technologies.


Helmut Simonis, Cosytec, France Standard Constraint Models for Industrial Problems

Jacob Feldman, IntelEngine Inc, Didier Vergamini, ILOG Inc, USA Practical Patterns for Constraint Programming

Michael Covington, University of Georgia, USA Keyword Analysis Techniques for Information Sources

Amzi inc, IF Computer, LPA, Prolog Development Centre Prolog and The Web


I.V. Ramakrishnan, State University of New York at Stony Brook, USA Prolog-Based Tools for On-Demand Manufacturing

Eric. Jacquet-Lagreze, EuroDecision, France Hybrid methods for Large Scale Optimisation Problems - An OR perspective

Karen Morrissey , Business Management Systems Corp., USA It's All The Same Thing

L. Vieille, Next Century Media, France VALIDITY: Knowledge Independence for Electronic Mediation

Stephane N'Dong, PrologIA, France Industrial applications and CP: Trends and interrogations

Erkki Laitila, Expert System Workshop Oy, Finland Fast Production Control

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