Eleventh International Workshop on
30 May to 1 June 2006.
Collocated with KR 2006 in the Lake District area of the UK.
This was the 11th workshop in the NMR series. Its aim was to bring together active researchers in the broad area of nonmonotonic reasoning, including belief revision, reasoning about actions, planning, logic programming, argumentation, causality, probabilistic and possibilistic approaches to KR, and other related topics.
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The workshop programme was chaired
by Juergen Dix
and Anthony Hunter,
and the programme included the following sessions (with session chairs).
As part of the program of the 11th workshop, we considered the status of the field and discuss issues such as: Significant recent achievements in the theory and automation of NMR; Critical short and long term goals for NMR; Emerging new research directions in NMR; Practical applications of NMR; Significance of NMR to knowledge representation and AI in general.