Category: Community news

Recognition CodeX 2021 Prize

The Stanford Center for Legal Informatics today announced the recipients of the 2021 CodeX Prize.  The prize this year was awarded to Robert Kowalski (AAAI Fellow), Fariba Sadri, and Marek Sergot of Imperial College in recognition of their groundbreaking work on…

TPLP Changes

On behalf of the TPLP Editor in Chief, Mirek Truszczynski. Effective January 1st, 2021, the following changes will take place on the areas of TPLP: The area of “Theory” will be renamed to “Theoretical Foundations” The area of “Inductive Logic…

Call for Participation: ICLP 2019

CALL FOR PARTICIPATION – ICLP 2019 – The 35th International Conference on Logic Programming September 20-25, 2019, Las Cruces, New Mexico, USA ———————————————————- Since the first conference held in Marseille in 1982, ICLP has been the premier international event…

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…

From the Editor-in-Chief of TPLP

…The year 2016 will bring some changes to TPLP. First, we will switch to three-year term appointments for area editors and editorial advisors. Second, in January 2016 we will launch an on-line paper management system, with the goal to have all accepted papers published no later than 12 months after they were submitted… By Mirek Truszczynski, editor in chief of TPLP

Open panel: the future of ICLP Proceedings

Over the last few months, there has been an intense discussion within the Executive Committee of the Association for Logic Programming concerning the publication structure adopted in the International Conference for Logic Programming (ICLP) – the flagship conference of the Association. Because of the…

Electronic Proceedings in Theoretical Computer Science

Electronic Proceedings in Theoretical Computer Science (EPTCS) was
launched by Rob van Glabbeek in 2009, as an initiative to have
proceedings of all worthy workshops in Theoretical Computer Science
freely available on-line …

How to Solve it With B-Prolog?

by Neng-Fa Zhou, Brooklyn College, CUNY, USA
Salvador Abreu, University of Evora, Portugal
Ulrich Neumerkel, TU Wien, Austria