Call for papers (closed)
 
QR07 Call for Papers
 
 
 
21st Annual Qualitative Reasoning Workshop
Aberystwyth, June 27th-29th, 2007
Papers are encouraged in all areas of qualitative reasoning research and application.
 
Full papers accepted for the workshop will be presented as talks in plenary sessions.
 
Posters will be discussed with other attendees in an open poster session.
 
Paper Submission and Review
Full Paper
A PDF file of the full paper not to exceed 6000 words (excluding references) must be submitted by e-mail by February 26, 2007.
 
Poster
A PDF file of the poster paper not to exceed 2000 words (excluding  references) must be submitted by e-mail by  February 26, 2007.
 
Review Process
Both papers and posters will be selected according to their quality, significance, originality, and potential to generate  discussion. Each contribution will be reviewed by at least two referees from the QR-07 Program Committee.
 
Submission to Conferences or Journals
The accepted papers will be published as a collection of Working papers. As QR-07 is a workshop, not a conference, submission of the same paper to conferences (e.g., AAAI-07) or journals is acceptable.
 
Format
Papers should be formatted according to the AAAI-07 guidelines, available from www.aaai.org, and must be in PDF format.
 
Additional participants
People who wish to attend the workshop without submitting a paper or a poster should apply once registration opens in April. Those who wish to learn more about the field are particularly encouraged also to attend the preliminary Summer School on 25th, 26th of June, 2007.
 
Program Committee
Co-chairs QR07
Chris Price / Neal Snooke, Aberystwyth University, UK
 
Committee Members
 
Nuria Agell,
ESADE, Spain
Chris Bailey-Kellogg,
 Dartmouth College, USA
Liz Bradley,
Colorado University, USA
Ivan Bratko,
University of Ljubljana, Slovenia
Bert Bredeweg,
University of Amsterdam, Holland
George Coghill,
University of Aberdeen, UK
Philippe Dague,
CNRS-Université Paris-Sud, France
Teresa Escrig,
Universitat Jaume I, Spain
Juan Flores,
 Universidad Michoacana, Mexico
Ken Forbus,
Northwestern University, USA
Michael Hofbaur,
Technische Universität Graz, Austria
Hidde de Jong,
INRIA Rhône-Alpes, France
Johan de Kleer,
PARC, USA
Tim Nuttle,
 University of Pittsburgh, USA
Paulo Salles,
University of Brasilia, Brazil
Reinhard Stolle,
BMW Car IT, Germany
Peter Struss,
Technical University of Munich, Germany
Stefania Tentoni,
IMATI-CNR, Pavia, Italy
Louise Trave-Massuyes,
LAAS-CNRS, France