20. Workshop "Planen, Scheduling und Konfigurieren, Entwerfen"
Bremen, 14. Juni 2006
14. Juni 2006
The PuK workshop is the regular meeting of the special interest group on planning, scheduling, design and configuration within the AI section of the GI. In 2006 it can celebrate its 20th anniversary. As in previous years the PuK workshop brings together researchers and practitioners of the areas of planning, scheduling, design and configuration. It provides a forum for the exchange of ideas, evaluations and experiences especially in the use of AI techniques within these application and research areas.
Additionally, we plan to have an invited session with talks about the developments over the last 20 years within the areas combined in the PuK group.
We plan to present selected papers in a special issue of the Künstliche Intelligenz journal in 2007.
The general topics of interest of the PuK community include but are not limited to:
- Applications and architectures
Knowledge representation and problem solving techniques
domain-specific techniques; heuristic techniques; distributed problem solving; constraint-based techniques; iterative improvement; integrating reaction and user-interaction.
i.e. learning in the context of planning, scheduling and design.
Focus: Development issues in the areas of planning, scheduling, configuration, and design
As in earlier workshops we intend to focus on one area. This year, as we celebrate the 20th anniversary, we will focus on the past but also on the future developments in the areas of scheduling, configuration, and design.
Besides this further submissions from the above mentioned general topics are welcome.
02.05.2006 Papers/ Abstracts Due Date
15.05.2006 Notification of Acceptance
30.05.2006 Announcement of the detailed Program
30.05.2006 Submission of Camera-Ready Papers (PDF)
14.06.2006 Workshop PuK 2006
Stefan Edelkamp, University of Dortmund, D
Joachim Hertzberg, University of Osnabrück, D
Lothar Hotz, University of Hamburg, D
Thorsten Krebs, University of Hamburg, D
Jürgen Sauer, University of Oldenburg, D
Workshop chairs, contact and e-mail for paper submission
Apl. Prof. Dr. Jürgen Sauer
Fak II, Department Informatik
PD Dr. Stefan Edelkamp
Lehrstuhl Informatik V
Baroper Straße 301 GB IV / 107