Logics in Artificial Intelligence: 11th European Conference, JELIA 2008, Dresden, Germany, September 28-October 1, 2008. Proceedings / Edition 1

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This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 11th European Conference on Logics in Artificial Intelligence, JELIA 2008, held in Dresden, Germany, Liverpool, in September/October 2008.

The 32 revised full papers presented together with 2 invited talks were carefully reviewed and selected from 98 submissions. The papers cover a broad range of topics including belief revision, description logics, non-monotonic reasoning, multi-agent systems, probabilistic logic, and temporal logic.

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Invited Talks.- Justification Logic.- Voting in Combinatorial Domains: What Logic and AI Have to Say.- Regular Papers.- Strongly Equivalent Temporal Logic Programs.- Consistency Preservation and Crazy Formulas in BMS.- Propositional Clausal Defeasible Logic.- Complexity and Succinctness Issues for Linear-Time Hybrid Logics.- Optimal Tableaux for Right Propositional Neighborhood Logic over Linear Orders.- Normal Form Nested Programs.- A Logic for Closed-World Interaction.- Declarative Semantics for Revision Programming and Connections to Active Integrity Constraints.- Recovering Consistency by Forgetting Inconsistency.- On the Credal Structure of Consistent Probabilities.- A Fluent Calculus Semantics for ADL with Plan Constraints.- Computational Complexity of Semi-stable Semantics in Abstract Argumentation Frameworks.- Query Answering in the Description Logic Horn- .- Accommodative Belief Revision.- Reasoning about Typicality in Preferential Description Logics.- Counting Complexity of Minimal Cardinality and Minimal Weight Abduction.- Uniform Interpolation by Resolution in Modal Logic.- GOAL Agents Instantiate Intention Logic.- Linear Exponentials as Resource Operators: A Decidable First-order Linear Logic with Bounded Exponentials.- Fibrational Semantics for Many-Valued Logic Programs: Grounds for Non-Groundness.- Confluence Operators.- A Game-Theoretic Measure of Argument Strength for Abstract Argumentation.- A Tableau for RoBCTL.- A Proof-Theoretic Approach to Deciding Subsumption and Computing Least Common Subsumer in w.r.t. Hybrid TBoxes.- Extending Carin to the Description Logics of the Family.- How to Restore Compactness into Probabilistic Logics?.- Combining Modes of Reasoning: An Application of Abstract Argumentation.- Cheap Boolean Role Constructors for Description Logics.- Improved Second-Order Quantifier Elimination in Modal Logic.- Literal Projection for First-Order Logic.- Meta Level Reasoning and Default Reasoning.- Rule Calculus: Semantics, Axioms and Applications.
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