[DL] ARW 2012 Last Call for Abstracts

Renate Schmidt schmidt at cs.man.ac.uk
Fri Mar 2 15:52:10 CET 2012


			    ARW 2012
		19th Automated Reasoning Workshop
		The University of Manchester, UK
			 2-4 April 2012


The deadline for Abstract Submission is 12 March 2012, less than
10 days from now.

  12  Mar 2012  Abstract submission deadline
  within 3 days Notification of abstract acceptance/rejection
  22  Mar 2012  Final version due
  2-4 Apr 2012  Workshop

  Please register as soon as possible by going to
  http://arw2012.cs.man.ac.uk/ and following the links to our
  registration site. Accommodation booking can be done separately
  via the same address.  We advise early booking, as Manchester 
  hotels can get busy.

  The 19th Automated Reasoning Workshop (ARW 2012) will be held
  at the University of Manchester from 2 to 4 April 2012. This
  year the workshop will be collocated with the 28th British
  Colloquium for Theoretical Computer Science.

  The workshop will provide an informal forum for the automated
  reasoning community to discuss recent work, new ideas and
  applications, and current trends. It aims to bring together
  researchers from all areas of automated reasoning in order to
  foster links and facilitate cross-fertilisation of ideas among
  researchers from various disciplines, from theoreticians, from
  implementers and from users of automated reasoning methodologies.

  Topics include but are not limited to:
    o Theorem proving in classical and non-classical logics
    o Interactive theorem proving, logical frameworks, proof
      assistants, proof planning
    o Reasoning methods
          Saturation-based, instantiation-based, tableau, SAT
          Equational reasoning, unification
          Constraint satisfaction
          Decision procedures, SMT
          Combining reasoning systems
          Non-monotonic reasoning, commonsense reasoning,
          Abduction, induction
          Model checking, model generation, explanation
    o Formal methods to specifying, deriving, transforming and
      verifying computer systems, requirements and software
    o Logic-based knowledge representation and reasoning:
          Ontology engineering and reasoning
	  Domain specific reasoning (spatial, temporal, epistemic,
          agents, etc)
    o Logic and functional programming, deductive databases
    o Implementation issues and empirical results, demos
    o Practical experiences and applications of automated reasoning

  The workshop will be highly interactive, giving all attendees the
  opportunity to participate. It will contain sessions for
  displaying posters and presenting system demonstrations, and open
  discussion sessions organised around specific topics.

  o Reiner Haehnle (Technische Universitaet Darmstadt)
      Formal verification of software product families
  o Daniel Kroening (University of Oxford)
      SAT over an Abstract Domain
  o Mike Edmunds (University of Cardiff)
      BCTCS Afternoon invited lecture
      The Antikythera Mechanism and the early history of
      mechanical computing

  We invite the submission of camera-ready, two-page extended
  abstracts about recent work, work in progress, or a system
  description. The abstract can describe work that has already
  been published elsewhere. The main objective of the abstracts
  is to spread information about recent work in our community,
  and we expect to accept most on-topic submissions, but we may
  ask for revisions.

  To prepare your submission, please use the ARW LaTeX style file
  provided from the workshop website. Each submission should
  include the names and complete addresses (including email) of
  all authors. Correspondence will be sent to the first author,
  unless otherwise indicated.

  Submissions should be sent in PDF format to
  ARWorkshop2012 at gmail.com using *ARW12Submission* as subject of
  the email. For the final versions we require all sources (tex
  file and any input files).

  Abstracts will be published in informal workshop notes and will
  be made available on the internet. 

  Each workshop participant will be allocated a 5-10 minute slot
  (depending on time constraints), for a short talk to introduce
  their research. Each participant will also be allocated space
  in a poster session, where they can further present and discuss
  their work. Please prepare posters for the event. 

  Please address any queries about the workshop to the local
  organisers at ARWorkshop2012 at gmail.com.

  Automated Reasoning Workshop
  British Logic Colloquium
  School of Computer Science, University of Manchester
  University of Manchester

  Alexander Bolotov
  Simon Colton
  David Crocker
  Louise Dennis
  Clare Dixon
  Jacques Fleuriot
  Ullrich Hustadt
  Mateja Jamnik
  Ekaterina Komendantskaya
  Alice Miller
  Renate Schmidt
  Volker Sorge

  Renate Schmidt (Chair)
  Mohammad Khodadadi
  Fabio Papacchini
  Dmitry Tishkovsky

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