Workshop at the
29th German Conference on Artificial Intelligence (KI-2006)
14. - 19. June 2006
Workshop venue: As the KI conference the workshop will take place at the Concress Center Bremen (CCB).
Intelligent systems have been successfully developed in various
domains over the last years.
The process of building such systems is based on techniques and
tools from the fields of knowledge engineering and software engineering.
Thus, declarative software engineering techniques have been
established in many areas, such as knowledge systems,
logic programming, constraint programming, and lately in the
context of the Semantic Web.
The second workshop on Knowledge Engineering and Software Engineering (KESE 2006) wants to bring together researchers and practitioners from both fields of software engineering and artificial intelligence. The intention is to give ample space for exchanging latest research results as well as knowledge about practical experience. The 1st Workshop on Knowledge Engineering and Software Engineering was held at the KI-2005.
Regular talks have a time slot of about 30 minutes (incl. discussion).
9.30 - 11.00 (First Session)
Utilizing AI-Technologies for Intelligent User Interface Behavior
Christine Mueller, Matthias Kaiser, Rainer Knauf
Ontology Development and Deployment Using ISO/IEC 15288 System Life Cycle Processes
Reusable Components for Multiagent Simulation
Cornelia Triebig, Franziska Kluegl
11.00 - 11.30 (Coffee Break)
11.30 - 12:45 (Second Session)
Representation and Processing of Rules with Preferences. Wishes in the Timetabling Problem (Invited Talk)
Hans-Joachim Goltz, Ulrich Geske (Fraunhofer FIRST, Berlin)
Towards OWL Reasoning with SWRL
12.45 (Workshop Closing and Lunch)
Topics of interest include but are not limited to:
|Deadline for Submission:||02. May 2006 (extended)|
|Notification of Authors:||09. May 2006 (notified)|
|Final Versions of Papers:||28. May 2006 (received)|
|Workshop:||14. June 2006|
Papers should be formated according to the Springer LLNCS guidelines. The length of each paper should not exceed 12 pages for regular papers and 6 pages for short papers (including figures and references). All papers must be written in English and submitted in PDF format. The submission process will be electronical. Please email your submission to one of the workshop organizers.
The one-day workshop will be held with presentations of the accepted papers. A comfortable time
slot for discussions will be given. The submitted
papers will be reviewed by at least two members of the program committee.
The proceedings will be published as a technical report, and it is considered to publish a selection of extended papers after a post-workshop review process.
Dietmar Seipel, University Würzburg
Joachim Baumeister, University Würzburg
Klaus-Dieter Althoff, University Hildesheim
Christoph Beierle, FernUniversität Hagen
Joaquin Cañadas, Universidad De Almería (ES)
Ulrich Geske, FhG FIRST, Berlin
Nicola Henze, University Hannover
Rainer Knauf, TU Ilmenau
Maksym Korotkiy, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam (NL)
Frank Puppe, University Würzburg
Gerhard Weiß, TU München
Last modified 2006-06-13 by Joachim Baumeister