The LaSh Workshops on Logic and Search are devoted to the study, from the point of view of logic, of declarative languages for defining or representing search and optimization problems, problem-solving systems that use these languages, and related issues regarding reductions, search algorithms, problem transformations, and others. See the LaSh home page for details of previous meetings.
Pierre Carbonnelle, Katholiek Universiteit Leuven
Abstract Model Generation in an Interactive Configuration Tool
Johannes Kepler Universitat Linz
Implicit Hitting Set Algorithms for Maximum Satisfiability Modulo Theories.
Sima Jamali, Simon Fraser University
Konstantin Korovin, University of Manchester
Isabel Oitavem, Universidade Nova de Lisboa
A Recursion-theoretic Approach to the Polynomial Heirarchy
Martina Seidl, Johannes Kepler Universitat Linz
Expansion-based QBF Solving
Antonius Weinzerl, TU Wein
- Mario Wenzel, Martin Luther Universitat Halle-Wittenberg
Prolog API for LEGO EV3
- Specification and Modelling Languages Design, analysis and use of declarative specification and modelling languages, including constraint and algebraic modelling languages and knowledge representation langauges;
- Descriptive Complexity Expressiveness of logics over classes of finite structures;
- Reductions "Good'' reductions; Automatic generation of reductions; transductions; tools for defining reductions.
- Structural Properties e.g., Treewidth and related measures, as applied to instance classes or to specifications;
- Reformulation and Specification-Level Reasoning
- Grounding Lazy and incremental grounding; avoiding grounding; designa and implementation of grounders.
- Declarative Dynamic Programming
- Ground Languages and Solvers SAT and extensions; SMT; ASP; Finite-Domain Constraint Satisfaction; ILP; PB, etc.;
- Applications and System Descriptions
Researchers interesting in presenting their work at LaSh 2019 should send a paper, or a description of a proposed talk, by email to firstname.lastname@example.org, at the earliest possible time, and not later than June 18. In the case of a paper, please indicate if it is new work or not.
- David Mitchell, SFU
- Marc Denecker, Katholieke Universitat Leuven
- Victor Marek, University of Kentucky
- David Mitchell, Simon Fraser University
- Eugenia Ternvoska, Simon Fraser University
- Mirek Truszczynski, University of Kentucky