Second International Workshop on Temporal Representation and Reasoning

Melbourne Beach, Florida, USA -- April 26, 1995

The purpose of this workshop is to bring together active researchers in the area of temporal representation and reasoning in Artificial Intelligence. Through paper presentations and discussions, the participants will exchange, compare, and contrast results in the area. The workshop is planned as a one-day event to immediately precede FLAIRS-95 (Eighth Annual Florida Artificial Intelligence Research Symposium, April 27-29). Workshop participants are also encouraged to submit papers to FLAIRS and attend the conference. The workshop will be conducted as a combination of paper presentations, a poster session, an invited talk, and a panel discussion.

The format will provide ample time for discussions and exchange of ideas. The workshop registration fee will be waived for those who register for FLAIRS-95 . Submission of high quality papers or extended abstracts describing mature results or on-going work are invited for all areas of temporal representation and reasoning, including, but not limited to:

To maximize interaction among participants, the size of the workshop will be limited. Accepted papers will be invited for full presentation or a poster presentation. All submissions must be received by November 10, 1994. Notification of acceptance or rejection will be sent to the first author (or designated author) on February 1, 1995. Prospective participants should submit 5 copies of a 5-8 page extended abstract to:

Or preferably, email a postscript version of your abstract to: time95@cs.uregina.ca. The above email address may also be used to obtain further information and future announcements.


All accepted papers will be published in the workshop proceedings. As well, a selected subset of the papers will be invited for inclusion (subject to refereeing) in a special issue of a journal.


Workshop and Program Co-chairs:



Sponsorship for TIME-95 is being sought from the American Association for Artificial Intelligence (AAAI), Canadian Society for Computational Studies of Intelligence (CSCSI), Florida Artificial Intelligence Research Society (FLAIRS), and the University of Regina.


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