Continuing the highly successful series
of Workshops on Automated Reasoning, this event will provide an informal
forum for the automated reasoning community. The workshop 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 academia, industry and government, and
between theoreticians and practitioners.
Details of the ARW organisation and of
previous ARW events can be found at the ARW website.
The workshop will cover the full breadth
and diversity of automated reasoning and will include topics such as:
- Theorem proving in classical and
- Reasoning systems and mechanisms:
- Description logics
- Equational reasoning, unification
- Constraint Satisfaction
- Combining reasoning systems
- Specialised decision procedures
- Formal methods in software analysis:
- Formal Modelling
- Non-classical inference:
- Non-monotonic reasoning, abduction
- Intuitionistic reasoning
- Logic-based knowledge representation:
- Ontology specification
- Domain specific reasoning (spatial,
temporal, epistemic etc.)
- Reasoning for agents (or about agents)
- Interactive theorem proving
- Implementation issues and empirical results
- Applications of automated reasoning
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. Anyone wishing to attend but not interested in
presenting should send a shorter position statement (1/2 - 1 page).
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 LaTeX style file provided on the workshop web page: http://www2.wmin.ac.uk/bolotoa/ARW/arw10_latex.tar.
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 either
Postscript or PDF format by email to the workshop organisers at: A.Bolotov@wmin.ac.uk (Please also copy
your submission to firstname.lastname@example.org).
Abstracts will be published in informal
workshop notes and be made available on the internet.
Each workshop attendee will be allocated
a 5-10 minute slot (depending on time constraints), for a short talk to
introduce their research. Each attendee will also be allocated space in a
poster session, where they can further present and discuss their work.
Please prepare posters for the event.
We have a limited number of grants
available to PhD students who wish to attend ARW 2010. To indicate your
interest please send a short email to the workshop organisers
(A.Bolotov@wmin.ac.uk) anytime before 1st March.
10 March 2010
12 March 2010
Final version due:
16 March 2010
30th – 31st March
The workshop will take place in at the University of Westminster on 30th and
31st March 2010.
Please email Alexander
Bolotov (A.Bolotov@wmin.ac.uk) if you have any queries about the 2010
Automated Reasoning Workshop. Please also copy your correspondence to email@example.com