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[PVS] ICLP'09 Call for Participation

     [Early Registration period has been extended through June 25th]

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*                       Call for Participation                         *
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*    25th International Conference on Logic Programming (ICLP 2009)    *
*             Pasadena, California, USA, July 14-17, 2009              *
*                 http://www.ist.unomaha.edu/iclp2009                  *
*           Co-located with IJCAI 2009 (http://ijcai-09.org)           *
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 We are pleased to announce the 25th International Conference on Logic
    Programming, to be held in the city of Pasadena, California, USA
    (http://www.pasadenacal.com/visitors.htm), in July 2009, at the 
      Pasadena Convention Center (http://www.pasadenacenter.com).

          On-line registration for the conference is open at:
      Early Registration period has been extended through June 25th


There are a lot of good reasons to be part of ICLP 2009. This year,
the technical program will include 38 regular and short presentations,
4 invited talks, 4 tutorials, a doctoral consortium, 6 associated
workshops and the traditional Prolog programming contest.

The list of accepted papers can be found on the conference website at:

Invited talks and tutorials include the following presentations

   * Taisuke Sato     - Generative Modeling by PRISM
   * Paulo Moura      - From Plain Prolog to Logtalk Objects: Effective 
                        Code Encapsulation and Reuse
   * Chris Mungall    - Experiences using logic programming in
   * Marc Denecker    - A Knowledge Base System project for FO(.)
   * Luc De Raedt     - Probabilistic Logic Learning
   * Jan Wielemaker   - Enabling serendipitous search on the Web of Data
                        using Prolog
   * Mireille Ducasse - (C)LP tracing and debugging
   * Andy King        - Untangling Reverse Engineering with Logic and 

The associated workshops are:

   * ASPOCP  - Workshop on Answer Set Programming and Other Computing 
   * CHR     - Workshop on Constraint Handling Rules
   * CICLOPS - Colloquium on Implementation of Constraint and LOgic 
               Programming Systems
   * CULP    - Workshop on Commercial Users of Logic Programming
   * WG17    - Workshop on ISO Prolog
   * WLPE    - Workshop on Logic-based methods in Programming

We really look forward to welcoming you at ICLP 2009 in Pasadena under
the southern California sunshine!