Declare 2017: INAP Deadline for Submission Extended to July 08

From: Dietmar Seipel <>
Date: Mon, 26 Jun 2017 09:16:19 +0000



    Declare 2017 - Conference on Declarative Programming
    Würzburg, Germany, September 19-22, 2017

    consisting of collocated events

    21st International Conference on
       Applications of Declarative Programming
       and Knowledge Management (INAP 2017)

    31st Workshop on Logic Programming (WLP 2017)
    25th International Workshop on Functional and (Constraint)
       Logic Programming (WFLP 2017)


Declarative programming is an advanced paradigm for modeling and
solving complex problems.
This method has attracted increased attention over the last
decades, e.g., in the domains of data and knowledge engineering,
databases, artificial intelligence, natural language processing,
modeling and processing combinatorial problems,
and for establishing systems for the web.

The conference Declare 2017 aims to promote the cross-fertilizing
exchange of ideas and experiences among researches and students
from the different communities interested in the foundations,
applications, and combinations of high-level, declarative
programming and related areas.

It will be accompanied by a one-week summer school on Advanced
Concepts for Databases and Logic Programming for students
and PhD students.

The technical program of the event will include invited talks,
presentations of refereed papers, and system demonstrations.

INAP 2017

INAP is a communicative conference for intensive discussion of
applications of important technologies around declarative
programming, constraint problem solving, and related computing
It comprehensively covers the impact of data and knowledge
engineering, programmable logic solvers in the internet society,
its underlying technologies, and leading edge applications
in industry, commerce, government, and societal services.

Previous INAP conferences have been held in Japan, Germany,
Portugal, and Austria.

We invite high quality contributions on different aspects of
declarative programming, data and knowledge management and
constraint processing, as well as their use for distributed
systems and the web, including, but not limited to the
following areas (the order does not reflect any priorities):

  * data and knowledge engineering / management:
       deductive databases, rule bases,
       decision support, expert systems,
       knowledge discovery;
  * declarative programming:
       logic programming, nonmonotonic reasoning,
       knowledge representation,
       domain-specific languages;
  * distributed systems and the web:
       agents and concurrent engineering,
       ontologies, semantic web, internet of things;
  * constraints:
       constraint systems,
       (extensions of) constraint (logic) programming;
  * practical systems:
       tools for academic and industrial use,
       knowledge-based web services,
       logic solvers and applications;
  * multi-paradigm programming.


The workshops on (constraint) logic programming serve as the
scientific forum of the annual meeting of the Society of
Logic Programming (GLP, Gesellschaft fuer Logische
Programmierung e.V.).
They bring together researchers interested in logic programming,
constraint programming, and related areas like databases,
artificial intelligence, and operations research.
The international workshops on functional and logic programming
aim at bringing together researchers interested in functional
programming, logic programming, as well as their integration.
In this year, both workshops will be jointly organized.
Previous workshops have been held in Germany, Austria,
Switzerland, Egypt, Japan, Denmark, Spain, Brazil, Italy,
and France.

There will be a separate announcement and call for papers
for the workshops on logic programming.

Dates (INAP)

Deadline for Submissions: July 08, 2017 (Extended)
Notification of Authors: July 24, 2017
Camera-ready Papers: August 04, 2017

Conference & Workshop: September 19-22, 2017
Summer School: September 17-21, 2017

Submissions (INAP)

Authors are invited to submit long papers (no longer than
15 pages) or short papers (no longer than 6 pages)
in the following categories:
  * technical papers;
  * application papers;
  * system descriptions.
We also encourage submissions of PhD students (no longer
than 6 pages), submissions describing historical aspects
of declarative and logic programming, as well as personal
reminiscences about their early days.

Submissions must be unpublished original work and not
submitted for publication elsewhere.
However, work that already appeared in informally published
workshop proceedings may be submitted too.
All submissions must be in PDF format using LaTeX2e and the
Springer llncs.cls class file.
Paper submission is electronic via the Easychair submission
system, available at .

All accepted papers will be published as a technical report.
As for previous joint INAP/WLP/WFLP events, we will publish
selected papers as a volume in the Springer Lecture Notes
in Artificial Intelligence (LNAI) series.
Previous joint proceedings have been published as, e.g.,
LNAI 3392, 5437, 6547, 7773, and 8439.


Conference Chair
Dietmar Seipel (University of Würzburg, Germany)

Co-Chair (INAP)
Salvador Pinto Abreu (Universidade de Évora, Portugal)

Program Committee (INAP)
Slim Abdennadher (German University of Cairo, Egypt)
Salvador Pinto Abreu (Universidade de Évora, Portugal)
Molham Aref (Logic Blox Inc, Atlanta, USA)
Chitta Baral (Arizona State University, Tempe, USA)
Joachim Baumeister (University of Würzburg)
Stefan Brass (University of Halle, Germany)
François Bry (Ludwig-Maximilian University of Munich, Germany)
Philippe Codognet (UPMC, Paris, France)
Vitor Santos Costa (University of Porto, Portugal)
Agostino Dovier (University of Udine, Italy)
Thomas Eiter (Vienna University of Technology, Austria)
Thom Fruehwirth (University of Ulm, Germany)
Parke Godfrey (York University, Toronto, Canada)
Gopal Gupta (UT, Dallas, USA)
Michael Hanus (University of Kiel, Germany)
Jorge Lobo (ICREA and Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona, Spain)
Grzegorz J. Nalepa (AGH University, Kraków, Poland)
Vitor Nogueira (Universidade de Évora, Portugal)
Enrico Pontelli (New Mexico State University, Las Cruces, USA)
Dietmar Seipel (University of Würzburg, Germany)
Hans Tompits (Vienna University of Technology, Austria)
Masanobu Umeda (Kyushu Institute of Technology, Japan)

Local Organization
Dietmar Seipel
Falco Nogatz
Mirco Lukas

The summer school is funded by the German Federal Ministry
of Education and Research (BMBF, Funding number 01PL16019).
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