Oct 20-22, 2001|
The University of Tokyo, Sanjo Conference Hall, Japan
The 14th International Conference on Applications of Prolog provides a forum for researchers and practitioners working on practical applications based on Prolog and its variants to exchange research ideas and to share development experiences. The main topics of INAP2001 are
Decision Support Systems
These two streams consist of technical sessions, invited talks, simultaneous exhibition, tutorials and technical tour.
| Donald Nute
Making decisions with incomplete information:
theory, implementation, and application of
| Harold Boley
The Rule Markup Language:
RDF-XML Data Model, XML Schema Hierarchy, and XSL Transformations
INAP2001 is a communicative and dense single-track conference for intensive discussion of applications of important technologies around Prolog, Logic Programming, Constraint Problem solving and closely related advanced software.
INAP promotes communication between disciplines and serves both academics and industrial consultants.
INAP2001 comprehensively covers the impact of programmable logic solvers
in the Internet society, its underlying technologies, and leading edge
applications in industry, commerce, government, and societal services.
It is planned to publish a post-conference book/proceedings
in the Springer Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence
Note that for timely publication of recent results this schedule is
very tight. To ensure a smooth review process,
if you consider to submit a paper, please notify the workshop organizer
or the local chair as soon as possible with tentative title and
a short abstract.
Since individual workshops may have other deadlines, please check
with the organizer resp. their web site.
Deadline for Submission: August 1, 2001
Notification of Authors: August 20, 2001
Final Versions of Papers: September 7, 2001