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Notice

AISB event Bulletin Item

CF Late Registration: LSIR-2 @ IJCAI-09, "Logic and the Simulation of Interaction and Reasoning"

http://ijcai-09.org/

LOGIC AND THE SIMULATION OF INTERACTION AND REASONING
          LSIR-2 at IJCAI-09
            July 12, 2009
          Pasadena, CA, USA

      CALL FOR LATE REGISTRATION

Register by June 12, 2009 at http://ijcai-09.org/
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http://www.illc.uva.nl/GLoRiClass/index.php?page=8_2

Workshop-only registration is US$ 275. For registered IJCAI-09
participants, it is US$ 135. For details, please see the IJCAI-09 webpage.

09.05-09.15  	Opening
09.15-10.00	Michael Young: "The Representational Challenges of Fictional
		Worlds"
10.00-10.30 	COFFEE BREAK
10.30-10.50 	Amitabha Mukerjee: "Discovering symbols from interactions
		- easier than explaining interactions via symbols?"
10.50-11.10 	Nadine Guiraud, Andreas Herzig, Emiliano Lorini: "Speech
		acts as announcements"
11.10-11.30 	Break
11.30-12.15	Lenhart Schubert: "From generic sentences to scripts"
12.15-14.40	Lunch Break
14.40-15.00 	Jos Uiterwijk, Kevin Moesker: "Mathematical Modelling in TwixT"
15.00-15.30 	COFFEE BREAK
15.30-15.50 	Rafael Prez y Prez: "Emotions in Plot Generation"
15.50-16.10 	Ethan Kennerly: "Computing Quality of Life in a Social
		Management Game"
16.10-16.30 	Ethan Kennerly, Andreas Witzel, Jonathan Zvesper: "Thief's
		Beliefs"
16.30-16.50 	Break
16.50-17.10 	Martin Magnusson, David Landn, Patrick Doherty: "Logical
		Agents that Plan, Execute, and Monitor Communication"
17.10-17.55	Leora Morgenstern: "Traveling Through Time and Logical AI:
		Toward a Formal Theory of Time Travel"