[DL] April 5-6, 2022: Guarded Fragments: Current Trends and Applications (GF at 25)
Jean Christoph Jung
jeanjung at uni-bremen.de
Sat Mar 26 18:56:54 CET 2022
Guarded Fragments: Current Trends and Applications (GF at 25)
April 5-6, 2022, Fully Online
The Guarded Fragment (GF) was introduced in 1996 by Hajnal Andreka,
Johan van Benthem and Istvan Nemeti, as a decidable fragment of
first-order logic that aims to explain the attractive algorithmic and
model theoretic behavior of modal logic. It subsequently gave rise to
a larger family of decidable guarded fragments of first-order logic
and second-order logic. These guarded fragments are, up to today,
still actively studied and used in various application domains across
different areas of computer science and artificial intelligence (e.g.,
data management, knowledge representation).
This workshop is a celebration of the 25th anniversary of GF. It will
showcase recent results, bringing together different strands of
research, and offering an opportunity for reflection.
The workshop is fully online, with a program consisting of 7 invited
lectures, spread out across two days.
Tradeable cent : Traceable dent : Tentacle beard : Tentacled bear
A better candle : Bed-care talent : Celebrated tan : Tractable need
Decent, able rat : Able, tender cat : Central debate : Balder ten Cate
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