[FOM] CFP: M4M-4 Program and Call for Participation
holger.schlingloff at first.fhg.de
Wed Nov 16 12:25:06 EST 2005
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Methods for Modalities - CALL FOR PARTICIPATION
The workshop "Methods for Modalities" (M4M) aims to bring together
researchers interested in developing algorithms, verification methods
and tools based on modal logic. Here the term "modal logics" is conceived
broadly, including description logic, guarded fragments, conditional logic,
temporal and hybrid logic, etc.
This year's M4M will take place in Berlin - Adlershof, Germany.
It is hosted by FIRST, the Fraunhofer Institute of Computer Architecture
and Software Technology, in collaboration with the computer science
institute of Humboldt University.
The workshop dates are December 1st and 2nd, 2005. THIS IS IN TWO WEEKS!
The conference fee of 160 Euros includes the excursion with conference
dinner, which will take us at Dec 1st onto a beautiful boat cruising
the illuminated nightly waterways of Germany's capital.
Registration is now open at http://m4m.loria.fr/M4M4/workshop.html
To encourage broad participation of young researchers, posters and
system demos are still accepted for presentation.
For more information, see the conference web site.
See you in Berlin!
The Methods For Modalities Organization Team.
The following people have agreed to give invited lectures:
François Laroussinie, ENS Cachan and CNRS.
Title: Timed Modal Logics for the Verification of Real-Time Systems.
Martin Lange, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität.
Title: Temporal Logics for Non-Regular Properties
Wim Martens, Hasselt University.
Title: The Typechecking Problem for XML Transformations.
Boris Motik, Universität Karlsruhe.
Title: Description Logics and Disjunctive Datalog - More Than just a
Boris Konev, University of Liverpool.
Title: Theory and Practice of Theorem Proving for Monodic First-Order
Uwe Scheffler, Humboldt Universität.
Title: Vague is Modal and Predicate Modifying.
The following is the list of accepted papers:
Franz Baader, Carsten Lutz and Boontawee Suntisrivaraporn: Is Tractable
Reasoning in Extensions of the Description Logic EL Useful in Practice?
Thomas Bolander and Torben Braüner: Two Tableau-Based Decision Procedures
for Hybrid Logic
Davide Bresolin and Angelo Montanari: A tableau-based decision procedure
for a branching-time interval temporal logic
Yegor Bryukhov: Automatic proof search in logic of justified common knowledge
Mika Cohen and Mads Dam: A Completeness Result for BAN Logic
Massimo Franceschet and Enrico Zimuel: Modal logic and navigational XPath:
an experimental comparison
Regis Gascon: Verifying qualitative and quantitative properties with LTL
over concrete domains
Laura Giordano, Valentina Gliozzi, Nicola Olivetti and Camilla Schwind:
Extensions of Tableau calculi for preference-based conditional logics
Johan W. Klüwer and Arild Waaler: Natural deduction for belief "at most"
Mathis Kretz, Gerhard Jäger and Thomas Studer: Cut-free axiomatizations
for stratified modal fixed point logic
Martin Mundhenk, Thomas Schneider, Thomas Schwentick and Volker Weber:
Complexity of Hybrid Logics over Transitive Frames
Nicola Olivetti and Gian Luca Pozzato: KLMLean 1.0, a Theorem Prover for
Logics of Default Reasoning
Evangelos Tzanis: Hybrid Logic with operations on nominals
Wouter van Atteveldt and Stefan Schlobach: A Modal View on Polder Politics
Dirk Walther: ATEL with Common and Distributed Knowledge is ExpTime-Complete
Evgeny Zolin: Query answering based on modal correspondence theory
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