Accepted Papers

The selected  papers are displayed below.

Regular Presentations

- Arguments Using Ontological and Causal Knowledge Philippe Besnard, Marie-Odile Cordier and Yves Moinard

- Reasoning on Secrecy Constraints under Uncertainty to Classify Possible Actions Joachim Biskup, Gabriele Kern-Isberner, Patrick Kr¨umpelmann and Cornelia Tadros

- An AIF-based Labeled Argumentation Framework Maximiliano Budan, Mauro J. G´omez Lucero and Guillermo Ricardo Simari

- On the Semantics of Partially Ordered Bases Claudette Cayrol, Didier Dubois and Fay¸cal Touazi

- The Structure of Oppositions in Rough Set Theory and Formal Concept Analysis - Toward a New Bridge Between the Two Settings Davide Ciucci, Didier Dubois and Henri Prade

- Enriching Taxonomies of Place Types Using Flickr Joaquin Derrac and Steven Schockaert

- Hintikka-style Semantic Games for Fuzzy Logics Christian Ferm¨uller

- A Finite Axiomatization of Conditional Independence and Inclusion Dependencies Miika Hannula and Juha Kontinen

- Guard Independence and Constraint-Preserving Snapshot Isolation Stephen Hegner

- Implication and Axiomatization of Functional Constraints on Patterns with an Application to the RDF Data Model Jelle Hellings, Marc Gyssens, Jan Paredaens and Yuqing Wu

- Rewriting of Tree Languages for XML Laks Lakshmanan and Alex Thomo

- EHC: Non-parametric Editing by finding Homogeneous Clusters Stefanos Ougiaroglou and Georgios Evangelidis

- A Logic for Specifying Stochastic Actions and Observations Gavin Rens, Thomas Meyer and Gerhard Lakemeyer

- Belief Revision in Structured Probabilistic Argumentation Paulo Shakarian, Gerardo Simari and Marcelo Falappa

- A Multi-granular Database Model Loreto Bravo and Andrea Rodriguez

- Optimizing Computation of Repairs from Active Integrity Constraints Lu´ıs Cruz-Filipe

- Belief merging in Dynamic Logic of Propositional Assignments Andreas Herzig, Pilar Pozos Parra and Fran¸cois Schwarzentruber

- Incremental Maintenance of Aggregate Views Abhijeet Mohapatra and Michael Genesereth

- Towards An Approximative Ontology-Agnostic Approach for Logic Programs Jo˜ao Carlos Pereira Da Silva and Andre Freitas