KR4AMinds 2020 : KR2020 Workshop Knowledge Representation for All Minds
Call For Papers
The “Knowledge Representation for All Minds” KR4AMinds Workshop intends to investigate how Knowledge Representation approaches can be relevant to the understanding and the recovery of various cognitive disorders related to reasoning.
This workshop intends to propose a pragmatic oriented seminar dedicated to investigate how knowledge representation methods and models can help to describe and rebalance different cognitive disorders including hypo- and hyper- cognitive cases.
All papers must be original and not simultaneously submitted to another journal or conference.
Submissions have to be formatted using the following style files:https://kr2020.inf.unibz.it/downloads/KR_authors_kit_v1.2.tar.gz
Short (2pages) or full, the length of the paper should not exceed 9 pages, including abstract, figures, and appendices (if any).
List of Topics
Models of Reasoning
Intelligent Tutoring Systems
Pr Marie-Jean Meurs, UQAM, Montreal, Canada.
Dr Colette Faucher, Paris-Sorbonne University, France.
Pr Bernard Claverie, Bordeaux University, France
Dr Boris Galitsky, ANECA Associate Professor, USA.
Dr Olivier Bartheye, FAFA Research Center, France
Pr William Lawless, Paine College, USA.
Dr Anne-Lise Marchand, FAFA Research Center, France
Organizing committee and Contact
Dr. Laurent M. Chaudron, firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr. Olivier Bartheye, email@example.com