Commonsense Reasoning

Commonsense Reasoning ~ Schedule

Commonsense 2015 Program

The Commonsense 2015 program can be downloaded from here.

List of Accepted Papers

Full Papers
  • Vinay Chaudhri and Daniela Inclezan. Representing States in a Biology Textbook
  • Nicole Maslan, Melissa Roemmele and Andrew Gordon. One Hundred Challenge Problems for Logical Formalizations of Commonsense Psychology
  • Daniel Bailey, Amelia Harrison, Yuliya Lierler, Vladimir Lifschitz and Julian Michael. The Winograd Schema Challenge and Reasoning about Correlation
  • Toryn Q. Klassen, Sheila A. McIlraith and Hector J. Levesque. Towards Tractable Inference for Resource-Bounded Agents
  • Chitta Baral, Gregory Gelfond, Enrico Pontelli and Tran Cao Son. Multi-Agent Action Modeling through Action Sequences and Perspective Fluents
  • Richard Booth, Giovanni Casini, Thomas Meyer and Ivan Varzinczak. What Does Entailment for PTL Mean?
  • Sander Beckers and Joost Vennekens. Combining Probabilistic, Normative, and Causal Reasoning in CP-logic
  • Loizos Michael. Fast and Loose Semantics for Computational Cognition
  • Michael Gruninger and Megan Katsumi. An Activity-based Ontology for Dates
  • Bahar Aameri and Michael Gruninger. A New Look at Ontology Correctness
  • Irene-Anna Diakidoy, Antonis Kakas, Loizos Michael and Rob Miller. STAR: A system of Argumentation for Story Comprehension and beyond
  • Somak Aditya, Yiannis Aloimonos, Chitta Baral, Cornelia Fermuller and Yezhou Yang. Visual common-sense for scene understanding using perception, semantic parsing and reasoning
  • Jon Yaggie and György Turån. Characterizability in Belief Revision
  • Joohyung Lee and Yi Wang. A Probabilistic Extension of the Stable Model Semantics
  • Daniela Inclezan. A CLIB-Inspired Library of Commonsense Knowledge in Modular Action Language ALM
  • Richard Scherl. A Situation-Calculus Based Theory of Justified Knowledge and Action
  • Cleo Condoravdi, Kyle Richardson, Vishal Sikka, Asuman Suenbuel and Richard Waldinger. Natural Language Access to Data: It Takes Common Sense!
  • Marc van Zee, Mehdi Dastani, Dragan Doder and Leendert van der Torre. A Logic for Beliefs and Intentions from a Database Perspective

Short Papers
  • Alireza Ensan and Evgenia Ternovska. Towards a Preference Formalism for Modular Systems
  • Chiaki Sakama and Katsumi Inoue. Abduction and Conversational Implicature
  • Julien Corman, Laure Vieu and Nathalie Aussenac-Gilles. Ontological analysis for practical knowledge base debugging in Description Logics
  • Arpit Sharma, Nguyen Vo, Shruti Gaur and Chitta Baral. An Approach to Solve Winograd Schema Challenge Using Automatically Extracted Commonsense Knowledge
  • Jansen Orfan and James Allen. Learning new Relations from Knowledge Bases Derived from Definitions
  • Niloofar Montazeri and Jerry Hobbs. Which States can be changed by Which Events?
  • Gérard Ligozat and Paulo Santos. Spatial Occlusion and Multiple views within an Interval Algebra

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