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KI 2001 Joint German/Austrian Conference on Artificial Intelligence


15.  Workshop "Planen, Scheduling und Konfigurieren, Entwerfen"

Wien, 18. September 2001


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Workshop Program

Presentations are 20-25 minutes with additional 10 min for discussion

Tuesday, 18.9.2001, Nöbauer Hörsaal


Opening Session

9.30 - 10.30

Session 1
1.  Oliver Hoffmann, Markus Stumptner, Talik Chalabi (TU Wien, University of South Australia):
 A perspective based approach to design

2.  Christian Kühn (DaimlerChrysler AG):
Vergleich unterschiedlicher Konfigurationsmethoden im Hinblick auf die Nutzbarkeit von Wissens über das Zustandsverhalten der Konfigurationsobjekte

10.30 - 11.00


11.00 - 12.45

Session 2

3.  Roman Englert, Amin B. Cremers (Universität Bonn):
Configuration of Applications for the 3rd Generation Mobile Communication

4.  L. Ardissono, A. Felfernig, G. Friedrich, A. Goy, D. Jannach, R. Schäfer, M. Zanker (Universita Toriono, Universität Klagenfurt, DFKI Saarbrücken):
Web-based Commerce of Complex Products and Services with Multiple Suppliers

5.  Alexander Osherenko (FH Hamburg):
Plan Representation and Plan Execution in Multi-agent Systems for Robot Control

12.45 - 13.50


13.50 - 15.00

Session 3

6.   Miguel Salido, Adriana Giret, Federico Barber (Universidad Valencia):
Realizing a Global Hyperpolyhedron Constraint via LP Techniques

7.   Alexander Nareyek (GMD First Berlin):
Local Search Heuristsics for Generative Planning

15.00 - 15.30


15.30 - 17.15

Session 4

8.  Austin Tate (AIAI, Edinburgh - presented by John Kingston):
I-X and <I-N-CA>: an architecture and related ontology for mixed-initiative synthesis tasks

9.   Florian Kandler (Electronic Commerce Competence Center Wien):
Scheduling in a Virtual Enterprise in the Service Sector

18.00 - Meeting of the PuK special interest group