CFP - DDLP98: Deductive Databases and Logic Programming Workshop 
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 CFP - DDLP98: Deductive Databases and Logic Programming Workshop

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                               Call For Papers

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                       6th International Workshop on

                   Deductive Databases and Logic Programming

                                  DDLP'98

                 Manchester, United Kingdom, June 20, 1998

     Joint International Conference and Symposium on Logic Programming
                                 JICSLP'98
                         Post-Conference Workshop

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Important Dates

 Submission deadline:           April 20, 1998
 Notification of acceptance:      May 15, 1998
 Camera-ready version:            May 31, 1998
 Workshop:                       June 20, 1998

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World-Wide-Web
(sites contain postscript and html versions of this call for papers)

  http://www.*-*-*.com/ ~geske/ddlp_98.html
  http://www.*-*-*.com/ ~ruiz/ddlp_98.html
  http://www.*-*-*.com/

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The integration of logic and deduction into databases and knowledge
bases has created the field of deductive databases. Deductive
databases can be used for building intelligent information systems.
Logic programming provides a powerful declarative language for accessing
and maintaining knowledge in databases. In addition, techniques from
automated deduction and deductive databases are useful for achieving
efficient retrieval and reasoning in large knowledge bases.

Recent results in logic programming, constraint logic programming,
program transformation and optimization, and non-monotonic reasoning
are useful for extending the expressive power and the computational
efficiency of deductive database systems.

With the goal of creating opportunities for active discussions on new
research directions and the exchange of latest results in the above
areas, we are organizing a one day workshop, with presentations of half
an hour. This will be the sixth in a series of DDLP workshops that have
been held in conjunction with ICLP conferences since 1993.

Suggested topics for submissions include, but are not limited to:

  o  disjunctive deductive databases, uncertain information

  o  non-monotonic reasoning

  o  query languages and optimization

  o  program transformations

  o  heterogeneous knowledge bases

  o  constraint databases

  o  data mining

  o  semi-structured information, querying the Web

  o  object-oriented databases

  o  active, and temp{*filter*}databases

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Submissions

The primary focus is on new and original research. But we also
encourage the submission of papers describing products, prototypes in
development or benchmarks. Full papers or extended abstracts in English
of 6 to 10 pages are welcome. Authors are invited to send their papers
to one of the organizers by April 20, 1998. Submission in{*filter*}format
(please use the predefined format to be found at the DDLP'98 web pages)
by e-mail is encouraged.

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Organizing Committee

 Piero Fraternali Politecnico di Milano
                  Piazzale Gerbetto 6, 22100 Como, Italy

 Ulrich Geske     GMD-FIRST
                  Rudower Chaussee 5, 12489 Berlin, Germany

 Carolina Ruiz    Worcester Polytechnic Institute
                  Worcester, MA 01609, USA

 Dietmar Seipel   Univ. of Wuerzburg
                  Am Hubland, 97074 Wuerzburg, Germany

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Program Committee

 Nicole Bidoit        Univ. de Bordeaux 1, France
 Dmitri Boulanger     Keldesh Inst., Moscow, Russia
 Fran,cois Bry        Univ. Munich, Germany
 Piero Fraternali     Politecnico di Milano, Italy
 Ulrich Geske         GMD-First Berlin, Germany
 Michael Gelfond      Univ. of Texas, El Paso, USA
 Fosca Giannotti      CNUCE-CNR Pisa, Italy
 Jarek Gryz           York Univ., Toronto, Canada
 Alexandre Lefebvre   Next Century Media, France
 Vladimir Lifschitz   Univ. of Texas, Austin, USA
 Jorge Lobo           Univ. Illinois, Chicago, USA
 Jack Minker          Univ. of Maryland, USA
 Carolina Ruiz        Worcester Polytech. Inst., USA
 Chiaki Sakama        Wakayama Univ., Japan
 Dietmar Seipel       Univ. Wuerzburg, Germany
 Adnan Yahya          Birzeit Univ., Palestine

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Assistant Professor               Web= http://www.*-*-*.com/ ~ruiz
Dept. of Computer Science         Phone: (508) 831-5640
Worcester Polytechnic Institute   Fax:   (508) 831-5776
Worcester, MA  01609 USA          Office: FL232
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Assistant Professor               Web= http://www.*-*-*.com/ ~ruiz



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