Volume 175, Number 1, January 2011
, Yi Zhou
: From answer set logic programming to circumscription via logic of GK.
: How does a box work? A study in the qualitative dynamics of solid objects.
: The well-designed logical robot: Learning and experience from observations to the Situation Calculus.
: From systems to logic in the early development of nonmonotonic reasoning.
Volume 175, Number 2, February 2011
: The extended global cardinality constraint: An empirical survey.
Volume 175, Numbers 3-4, March 2011
, Jing Shen
: On the phase transitions of random k-constraint satisfaction problems.
Volume 175, Numbers 5-6, April 2011
: K. Tanaka-Ishii, Semiotics of Programming.
Peter van Beek
: David L. Poole and Alan K. Mackworth, Artificial Intelligence: Foundations of Computational Agents , Cambridge University Press (2010).
: Nils J. Nilsson, The Quest for Artificial Intelligence , Cambridge (2010).
: Anthropomorphism and AI: Turingʼs much misunderstood imitation game.
: Semantic linking through spaces for cyber-physical-socio intelligence: A methodology.
: A survey of motivation frameworks for intelligent systems.
Volume 175, Numbers 7-8, May 2011
: Computational techniques for a simple theory of conditional preferences.
Michael D. Moffitt
: On the modelling and optimization of preferences in constraint-based temporal reasoning.
: A general framework for explaining the results of a multi-attribute preference model.
Volume 175, Numbers 9-10, June 2011
Volume 175, Number 11, July 2011
Volume 175, Numbers 12-13, August 2011
Volume 175, Numbers 14-15, September 2011
Volume 175, Numbers 16-17, October - November 2011
Volume 175, Number 18, December 2011