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26. Künstliche Intelligenz Jahrestagung - KI 2003

PuK 2003

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

Hamburg, 15./16. September 2003

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KI 2003 Workshop

PuK 2003: 17. Workshop Planen, Scheduling und Konfigurieren / Entwerfen

15.-18. September 2003


The group "Planen / Scheduling und Konfigurieren / Entwerfen" at the faculty FB 1 of the GI combines researchers and practitioners of the mentioned areas and affords a collective forum for exchange of evaluations and experiences. The fields of planning, scheduling, configuration, and design have many features in common and are often tackled by similar technologies. However, the communities do not overlap and joint meetings are rather rare. The PuK-workshop will be such a joint meeting and provide the possibility for the exchange of ideas, concepts, and problems between researchers from the areas mentioned.


General Topics

The general topics of interest of the PuK comunity include but are not limited to:


Focus: Configuration of Software

Similar to earlier workshops we intend to focus on one area. This year, part of the workshop will be specially focused on Configuration of Software. In that context we solicit papers on topics such as:

Besides this focus further submissions from the above mentioned general topics are welcome.


Paper Submission

Paper submissions may be in English or German and have to conform to the given format of the KI 2003 (Springer LNCS). Two kinds of papers can be submitted:

  1. Already published papers on a referred Conference or Journal. Information (URL) on where the paper was published is enough in this case.
  2. Original Papers. An extended Abstract of at least 3-5 papges in PDF oder PS format has to be subitted and will be surveyed. The final version may comprise up to 10 pages.

Both kinds of submissions are equally welcome, because the PuK wants to give an insight in current established or new research and assist the discussion between research groups. Submissions will be published on the Puk web site.


Important Dates

26.05.2002 Papers Due Date
16.06.2002 Notification of Acceptance
16.06.2002 Announcement of the detailed Program
11.08.2002 Submission of Camera-Ready Papers
01.09.2002 Workshop Registration
15.09.2003 Workshop PuK 2003


Program Committee

Lothar Hotz, University of Hamburg, D
Thorsten Krebs, University of Hamburg, D
Jana Köhler, Schindler AG, CH
Jürgen Sauer, University of Oldenburg, D


Contakt and Email for Paper Submission

Thorsten Krebs

University of Hamburg, FB Informatik
Vogt-Kölln-Str. 30
22527 Hamburg, Germany

Tel: +49-40-42883-2606
Fax: +49-40-42883-2572



Last updated: 18.06.2003 by Thorsten Krebs