Category: ALP ISSUE

Editorial, Volume 32, No. 1, April/May 2019

Welcome to the new issue of your favorite Newsletter. First of all, on behalf of the entire crew of the ALP Newsletter, we would like to apologize for some of the recent delays in getting the newsletter out. Administrative duties…

Learning & Reasoning for Logic-Based Complex Event Recognition

Alexander Artikis Nikos Katzouris Institute of Informatics, National Center for Scientific Research (NCSR) “Demokritos”, Athens, GreeceUniversity of Pireaus, Pireaus, Greece Abstract Complex Event Recognition (CER) refers to the detection of special events of interest in a multitude of large, heterogeneous…

The Alpha Solver for Lazy-Grounding Answer-Set Programming

By A. Weinzierl, B. Bogaerts, J. Bomanson, T. Eiter, G. Friedrich, T. Janhunen, T. Kaminski, M. Langowski, L. Leutgeb, G. Schenner and R. Taupe Abstract. The grounding bottleneck is a longstanding issue of Answer Set Programming (ASP), a well-known Logic…

PhD positions in Bath (UK)

At least 10 fully-funded studentships are available now and annually for the next five years at the UKRI Centre for Doctoral Training in Accountable, Responsible and Transparent AI (ART-AI) at the University of Bath. Our 4 year PhD programme will…

Promotional access to ICLP 2018 proceedings

Cambridge University press have just launched a promotional access offer to the Volume 18 – Special Issue 3-4 – July 2018 of Theory and Practice of Logic Programming. Have a nice reading! Thanks to CUP for the fundamental role for…

Workshop Report: TAASP 2018

Workshop Report: Trends and Applications of Answer Set Programming  (TAASP) 2018 By Stefan Woltran, TUWIEN, Austria The TAASP workshop series is jointly organized by research groups at Alpen-Adria-Universität  Klagenfurt, Technische Universität Wien, and Universität Potsdam. TAASP 2018 was the second…

The SAT Compiler in Picat

By Neng-Fa Zhou (CUNY Brooklyn College & Graduate Center) Abstract SAT solvers’ performance has drastically improved during the past 20 years, thanks to the inventions of techniques from conflict-driven clause learning, backjumping, variable and value selection heuristics, to random restarts.…