biennial DEON workshops are designed to promote
cooperation among scholars across disciplines who are
interested in deontic logic and its use in computer science.
These workshops traditionally support research linking the
formal-logical study of normative concepts and
normative systems with computer science, artificial
intelligence, philosophy, organization theory and law.
There have been seven previous DEON workshops: Amsterdam, December 1991; Oslo, January 1994; Sesimbra, January 1996; Bologna, January 1998; Toulouse, January 2000; London, May 2002; Madeira, May 2004. Selected papers from each of these workshops have been published internationally.
This edition's special focus:
Artificial Normative Systems
(see the call for papers)
All accepted papers are published as Springer's LNCS/LNAI series volume 4048 / 2006
Selected and revised papers will be published in the Journal of Applied Logic
Thanks to all participants who made this workshop a success.
(The list of participants is in low quality bitmapped pdf, to prevent automatic email spiders to retrieve your email adresses too easily. However, it prints fine on any standard printer.)
We are very grateful to our sponsors:
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