By Dietmar Seipel, Michael Hanus, Ulrich Geske, Oskar Bartenstein
This quantity includes a number of papers provided on the fifteenth foreign convention on purposes of Declarative Programming and information M- agement, INAP 2004, and the 18th Workshop on common sense Programming, WLP 2004, that have been held together in Potsdam, Germany, from March 4th to sixth, 2004. Declarative programming is a sophisticated paradigm for the modeling and fixing of advanced difficulties. This speci?cation approach has develop into an increasing number of appealing in recent times, for instance, within the domain names of databases, for the processing of normal language, for the modeling and processing of combinatorial difficulties, and for developing knowledge-based platforms for the internet. The INAP meetings supply a discussion board for extensive discussions of appli- tions of vital applied sciences round good judgment programming, constraint challenge fixing, and heavily similar complex software program. They comprehensively conceal the effect of programmable common sense solvers within the net society, its underlying te- nologies, and modern functions in undefined, trade, executive, and social prone. The Workshops on common sense Programming are the once a year assembly of the Society for good judgment Programming (GLP e.V.). they bring about jointly researchers drawn to common sense programming, constraint programming, and comparable parts like databases and arti?cial intelligence. past workshops were held in Germany, A- tria, and Switzerland. Thetopicsoftheselectedpapersofthisyear’sjointconferenceconcentrateon 3 presently vital ?elds: wisdom administration and choice help, constraint programming and constraint fixing, and declarative programming and Web-based systems.
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