The best contributions to the 14th International Conference on Principles of Knowledge Representation and Reasoning are awarded prizes in two categories.
The 2014 Ray Reiter Best Paper Prize
The best paper of the conference receives the 2014 Ray Reiter Best Paper Prize sponsored by the Artificial Intelligence Journal which goes to:
for his paper entitled
Certain Answers as Objects and Knowledge
(presented today at 2:30pm in EI7)
The 2014 Marco Cadoli Student Paper Prize
The best paper of the conference whose main author is a student receives the 2014 Marco Cadoli Student Paper Prize. It is sponsored by KR Inc. and goes to:
Elena Botoeva, Roman Kontchakov, Vladislav Ryzhikov, Frank Wolter and Michael Zakharyaschev
for their paper on
Query Inseparability for Description Logic Knowledge Bases
The award ceremony will take place today (Wed July 22nd) following the
Great Moments in KR invited talk by
Sheila McIlraith entitled “Situation Calculus: The last 15 years”
at 6:30pm in EI7.
More information on: www.kr.org/KR2014