[CfP] IJAR Special Issue on Probabilistic Logic Programming

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Elena Bellodi

Jan 30, 2019, 5:21:23 AM1/30/19
International Journal of Approximate Reasoning

Special issue on Probabilistic Logic Programming

The 5th Workshop on Probabilistic Logic Programming (http://stoics.org.uk/plp/plp2018) was held on September 1st 2018 in Ferrara, Italy, co-located with the 28th International Conference on Inductive Logic Programming (ILP 2018).
We welcome submissions of (improved/extended versions of) papers that were presented at the workshop, as well as new submissions on all topics of the workshop.

Topics include but are not limited to:

   * probabilistic logic programming formalisms
   * parameter estimation
   * statistical inference
   * implementations
   * structure learning
   * reasoning with uncertainty
   * constraint store approaches
   * stochastic and randomised algorithms
   * probabilistic knowledge representation and reasoning
   * constraints in statistical inference
   * applications, such as
   * * bioinformatics
   * * semantic web
   * * robotics
   * probabilistic graphical models
   * answer set programming
   * Bayesian learning
   * tabling for learning and stochastic inference
   * MCMC
   * stochastic search
   * labelled logic programs
   * integration of statistical software

Important dates

Submission of manuscripts: before March 1st, 2019 (papers will be sent to reviewers as soon as we receive them)
Publication of the special issue: January 2020 (tentative)


All submitted papers under this call will undergo the standard review process of the journal.
All papers should be submitted to IJAR website http://www.evise.com/evise/jrnl/IJA by choosing the Special Issue “VSI: PLP2018”.
All online submissions should follow the “Guide for Authors” of the journal.

Guest Editors:
Elena Bellodi (University of Ferrara, Italy) -  elena....@unife.it
Tom Schrijvers (KU Leuven, Belgium) - tom.sch...@cs.kuleuven.be

Elena Bellodi, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor
Machine Learning Research Group
DE - Engineering Department
University of Ferrara, Italy
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