AAAI Publications, Thirteenth International Conference on the Principles of Knowledge Representation and Reasoning

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Sheila McIlraith, Thomas Eiter

Last modified: 2012-05-17


The KR conference series serves as a biennial gathering for researchers working on different aspects of KR&R, and fosters communication, cross-fertilization of ideas, and collaboration across re- search boundaries. As a consequence, the lists of topics addressed at this and previous KR confer- ences are diverse and cover a broad range of substantial research areas. KR 2012 is a case in point. The most popular topics for submission to KR 2012 included answer set programming; description logics; nonmonotonic reasoning; argumentation; belief merging, revision, and update; and KR and databases.

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