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*2009
135EEBernhard Nebel, Jochen Renz: A Fixed-Parameter Tractable Algorithm for Spatio-Temporal Calendar Management. IJCAI 2009: 879-884
2008
134 Jussi Rintanen, Bernhard Nebel, J. Christopher Beck, Eric A. Hansen: Proceedings of the Eighteenth International Conference on Automated Planning and Scheduling, ICAPS 2008, Sydney, Australia, September 14-18, 2008 AAAI 2008
133EESebastian Kupferschmid, Martin Wehrle, Bernhard Nebel, Andreas Podelski: Faster Than Uppaal? CAV 2008: 552-555
132 Patrick Eyerich, Michael Brenner, Bernhard Nebel: On the Complexity of Planning Operator Subsumption. KR 2008: 518-527
131 Gabriele Röger, Malte Helmert, Bernhard Nebel: On the Relative Expressiveness of ADL and Golog: The Last Piece in the Puzzle. KR 2008: 544-550
130EEThilo Weigel, Bernhard Nebel: Tischfußball: Mensch versus Computer. Informatik Spektrum 31(4): 323-332 (2008)
129EEDiedrich Wolter, Frank Dylla, Stefan Wölfl, Jan Oliver Wallgrün, Lutz Frommberger, Bernhard Nebel, Christian Freksa: SailAway: Spatial Cognition in Sea Navigation. KI 22(1): 28-30 (2008)
128EEPaul-Gerhard Plöger, Bernhard Nebel: The DESIRE Service Robotics Initiative. KI 22(4): 29-32 (2008)
2007
127 Anthony G. Cohn, Christian Freksa, Bernhard Nebel: Spatial Cognition: Specialization and Integration, 04.12. - 09.12.2005 Internationales Begegnungs- und Forschungszentrum fuer Informatik (IBFI), Schloss Dagstuhl, Germany 2007
126 Gabriele Röger, Bernhard Nebel: Expressiveness of ADL and Golog: Functions Make a Difference. AAAI 2007: 1051-1056
125 Dapeng Zhang, Bernhard Nebel: Learning a Table Soccer Robot a New Action Sequence by Observing and Imitating. AIIDE 2007: 61-
124 Diedrich Wolter, Frank Dylla, Lutz Frommberger, Jan Oliver Wallgrün, Bernhard Nebel, Stefan Wölfl: Qualitative Spatial Reasoning for Rule Compliant Agent Navigation. FLAIRS Conference 2007: 673-674
123EEVittorio A. Ziparo, Alexander Kleiner, Bernhard Nebel, Daniele Nardi: RFID-Based Exploration for Large Robot Teams. ICRA 2007: 4606-4613
122EEJens Claßen, Patrick Eyerich, Gerhard Lakemeyer, Bernhard Nebel: Towards an Integration of Golog and Planning. IJCAI 2007: 1846-1851
121EEJochen Renz, Bernhard Nebel: Qualitative Spatial Reasoning Using Constraint Calculi. Handbook of Spatial Logics 2007: 161-215
120EESanjiang Li, Bernhard Nebel: Qualitative Spatial Representation and Reasoning: A Hierarchical Approach. Comput. J. 50(4): 391-402 (2007)
2006
119EEAlexander Kleiner, Johann Prediger, Bernhard Nebel: RFID Technology-based Exploration and SLAM for Search And Rescue. IROS 2006: 4054-4059
2005
118EEThilo Weigel, Klaus Rechert, Bernhard Nebel: Behavior Recognition and Opponent Modeling for Adaptive Table Soccer Playing. KI 2005: 335-350
117EEAlexander Kleiner, Michael Brenner, Tobias Bräuer, Christian Dornhege, Moritz Göbelbecker, Mathias Luber, Johann Prediger, Jörg Stückler, Bernhard Nebel: Successful Search and Rescue in Simulated Disaster Areas. RoboCup 2005: 323-334
116EEAnthony G. Cohn, Christian Freksa, Bernhard Nebel: 05491 Abstracts Collection -- Spatial Cognition: Specialization and Integration. Spatial Cognition: Specialization and Integration 2005
115EESylvie Thiébaux, Jörg Hoffmann, Bernhard Nebel: In defense of PDDL axioms. Artif. Intell. 168(1-2): 38-69 (2005)
2004
114 Christian Freksa, Markus Knauff, Bernd Krieg-Brückner, Bernhard Nebel, Thomas Barkowsky: Spatial Cognition IV: Reasoning, Action, Interaction, International Conference Spatial Cognition 2004, Frauenchiemsee, Germany, October 11-13, 2004, RevisedSelected Papers Springer 2004
113 Christian Köhler, Artur Ottlik, Hans-Hellmut Nagel, Bernhard Nebel: Qualitative Reasoning Feeding Back into Quantitative Model-Based Tracking. ECAI 2004: 1041-1042
112 Bernhard Nebel, Yuliya Babovich-Lierler: When Are Behaviour Networks Well-Behaved? ECAI 2004: 672-676
111EEBernhard Nebel: Formal Methods in Robotics. JELIA 2004: 4
110EESebastian Trüg, Jörg Hoffmann, Bernhard Nebel: Applying Automatic Planning Systems to Airport Ground-Traffic Control - A Feasibility Study. KI 2004: 183-197
109EEMoritz Tacke, Thilo Weigel, Bernhard Nebel: Decision-Theoretic Planning for Playing Table Soccer. KI 2004: 213-225
108EEThilo Weigel, Dapeng Zhang, Klaus Rechert, Bernhard Nebel: Adaptive Vision for Playing Table Soccer. KI 2004: 424-438
107EEAlexander Scivos, Bernhard Nebel: The Finest of its Class: The Natural Point-Based Ternary Calculus for Qualitative Spatial Reasoning. Spatial Cognition 2004: 283-303
2003
106 Sylvie Thiébaux, Jörg Hoffmann, Bernhard Nebel: In Defense of PDDL Axioms. IJCAI 2003: 961-968
105EEAlankar Karol, Bernhard Nebel, Christopher Stanton, Mary-Anne Williams: Case Based Game Play in the RoboCup Four-Legged League Part I The Theoretical Model. RoboCup 2003: 739-747
104EEReinhard Moratz, Bernhard Nebel, Christian Freksa: Qualitative Spatial Reasoning about Relative Position: The Tradeoff between Strong Formal Properties and Successful Reasoning about Route Graphs. Spatial Cognition 2003: 385-400
2002
103 Alfonso Gerevini, Bernhard Nebel: Qualitative Spatio-Temporal Reasoning with RCC-8 and Allen's Interval Calculus: Computational Complexity. ECAI 2002: 312-316
102 Markus Jäger, Bernhard Nebel: Dynamic Decentralized Area Partitioning for Cooperating Cleaning Robots. ICRA 2002: 3577-3582
101 Bernhard Nebel: The Philosophical Soccer Player. KR 2002: 631-631
100EEAlexander Kleiner, Markus Dietl, Bernhard Nebel: Towards a Life-Long Learning Soccer Agent. RoboCup 2002: 126-134
99EEThilo Weigel, Bernhard Nebel: KiRo - An Autonomous Table Soccer Player. RoboCup 2002: 384-392
98EEYannis Dimopoulos, Bernhard Nebel, Francesca Toni: On the computational complexity of assumption-based argumentation for default reasoning. Artif. Intell. 141(1/2): 57-78 (2002)
97 Bernhard Nebel: Fussball und Künstliche Intelligenz: Vom Denken zum Handeln. KI 16(1): 58-60 (2002)
96 Bernhard Nebel, Alexander Scivos: Formal Properties of Constraint Calculi for Qualitative Spatial Reasoning. KI 16(4): 14-18 (2002)
2001
95 Bernhard Nebel: Proceedings of the Seventeenth International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence, IJCAI 2001, Seattle, Washington, USA, August 4-10, 2001 Morgan Kaufmann 2001
94EEAlexander Scivos, Bernhard Nebel: Double-Crossing: Decidability and Computational Complexity of a Qualitative Calculus for Navigation. COSIT 2001: 431-446
93EEBernhard Nebel: Cooperating Physical Robots: A Lesson in Playing Robotic Soccer. EASSS 2001: 404-414
92EEMarkus Dietl, Jens-Steffen Gutmann, Bernhard Nebel: CS Freiburg: Global View by Cooperative Sensing. RoboCup 2001: 133-143
91EEThilo Weigel, Alexander Kleiner, Florian Diesch, Markus Dietl, Jens-Steffen Gutmann, Bernhard Nebel, Patrick Stiegeler, Boris Szerbakowski: CS Freiburg 2001. RoboCup 2001: 26-38
90EEGuido Isekenmeier, Bernhard Nebel, Thilo Weigel: Evaluation of the Performance of CS Freiburg 1999 and CS Freiburg 2000. RoboCup 2001: 393-398
89EEJens-Steffen Gutmann, Thilo Weigel, Bernhard Nebel: A fast, accurate and robust method for self-localization in polygonal environments using laser range finders. Advanced Robotics 14(8): 651-667 (2001)
88EEBernhard Nebel: Ranking? Publikationen, Zitate, Drittmittelprojekte und Promotionen an deutschen Informatikfakultäten im Spiegel des WWW. Informatik Spektrum 24(4): 234-249 (2001)
87EEJörg Hoffmann, Bernhard Nebel: The FF Planning System: Fast Plan Generation Through Heuristic Search. J. Artif. Intell. Res. (JAIR) 14: 253-302 (2001)
86EEJochen Renz, Bernhard Nebel: Efficient Methods for Qualitative Spatial Reasoning. J. Artif. Intell. Res. (JAIR) 15: 289-318 (2001)
85 Reinhard Moratz, Bernhard Nebel: Sichtweisen der kognitiven Robotik. KI 15(3): 71 (2001)
2000
84 Jens-Steffen Gutmann, Bernhard Nebel, Christian Reetz: CS Freiburg: Architektur und Aktionsauswahl im Roboterfussfall. AMS 2000: 345-352
83 Bernhard Nebel: Knowledge Representation and Reasoning: The Theoretical Side of AI. ECAI 2000: 763-763
82 Yannis Dimopoulos, Bernhard Nebel, Francesca Toni: Finding Admissible and Preferred Arguments Can be Very Hard. KR 2000: 53-61
81EEThilo Weigel, Willi Auerbach, Markus Dietl, Burkhard Dümler, Jens-Steffen Gutmann, Kornél G. Markó, Klaus Müller, Bernhard Nebel, Boris Szerbakowski, Maximilian Thiel: CS Freiburg: Doing the Right Thing in a Group. RoboCup 2000: 52-63
80 Jens-Steffen Gutmann, Wolfgang Hatzack, Immanuel Herrmann, Bernhard Nebel, Frank Rittinger, Augustinus Topor, Thilo Weigel: The CS Freiburg Team: Playing Robotic Soccer Based on an Explicit World Model. AI Magazine 21(1): 37-46 (2000)
79EEBernhard Nebel: On the Compilability and Expressive Power of Propositional Planning Formalisms. J. Artif. Intell. Res. (JAIR) 12: 271-315 (2000)
1999
78 Bernhard Nebel: What Is the Expressive Power of Disjunctive Preconditions? ECP 1999: 294-307
77 Yannis Dimopoulos, Bernhard Nebel, Francesca Toni: Preferred Arguments are Harder to Compute than Stable Extension. IJCAI 1999: 36-43
76EEBernhard Nebel: Compilation Schemes: A Theoretical Tool for Assessing the Expressive Power of Planning Formalisms. KI 1999: 183-194
75 Jens-Steffen Gutmann, Thilo Weigel, Bernhard Nebel: Fast, Accurate, and Robust Self-Localization in the RoboCup Environment. RoboCup 1999: 304-317
74 Bernhard Nebel, Jens-Steffen Gutmann, Wolfgang Hatzack: CS Freiburg '99. RoboCup 1999: 703-706
73EEJochen Renz, Bernhard Nebel: On the Complexity of Qualitative Spatial Reasoning: A Maximal Tractable Fragment of the Region Connection Calculus. Artif. Intell. 108(1-2): 69-123 (1999)
72 Bernhard Nebel: Die Ausdruckstärke von Planungsformalismen: Eine formale Charakterisierung. KI 13(3): 12-19 (1999)
1998
71 Jochen Renz, Bernhard Nebel: Efficient Algorithms for Qualitative Spatial Reasoning. ECAI 1998: 562-566
70EEJens-Steffen Gutmann, Wolfgang Hatzack, Immanuel Herrmann, Bernhard Nebel, Frank Rittinger, Augustinus Topor, Thilo Weigel, Bruno Welsch: The CS Freiburg Robotic Soccer Team: Reliable Self-Localization, Multirobot Sensor Integration, and Basic Soccer Skills. RoboCup 1998: 93-108
69EEJochen Renz, Bernhard Nebel: Spatial Reasoning with Topological Information. Spatial Cognition 1998: 351-372
68EEBernhard Nebel: Qualitative Temporal Reasoning: Theory and Practice (Abstract). TIME 1998: 60
67 Bernhard Nebel, Wolfgang Hatzack, Thilo Weigel, Jens-Steffen Gutmann, Immanuel Herrmann, Frank Rittinger, Augustinus Topor: CS Freiburg's Participation at RoboCup '98: The World Champions in Robotic Soccer. AI Commun. 11(3-4): 243-248 (1998)
1997
66 Gerhard Brewka, Christopher Habel, Bernhard Nebel: KI-97: Advances in Artificial Intelligence, 21st Annual German Conference on Artificial Intelligence, Freiburg, Germany, September 9-12, 1997, Proceedings Springer 1997
65 Jens-Steffen Gutmann, Bernhard Nebel: Navigation mobiler Roboter mit Laserscans. AMS 1997: 36-47
64 Yannis Dimopoulos, Bernhard Nebel, Jana Koehler: Encoding Planning Problems in Nonmonotonic Logic Programs. ECP 1997: 169-181
63 Jana Koehler, Bernhard Nebel, Jörg Hoffmann, Yannis Dimopoulos: Extending Planning Graphs to an ADL Subset. ECP 1997: 273-285
62 Bernhard Nebel, Yannis Dimopoulos, Jana Koehler: Ignoring Irrelevant Facts and Operators in Plan Generation. ECP 1997: 338-350
61 Jochen Renz, Bernhard Nebel: On the Complexity of Qualitative Spatial Reasoning: A Maximal Tractable Fragment of the Region Connection Calculus. IJCAI (1) 1997: 522-527
60 Bernhard Nebel: Solving Hard Qualitative Temporal Reasoning Problems: Evaluating the Efficiency of Using the ORD-Horn Class. Constraints 1(3): 175-190 (1997)
1996
59 Bernhard Nebel: Solving Hard Qualitative Temporal Reasoning Problems: Evaluating the Efficiency of Using the ORD-Horn Class. ECAI 1996: 38-42
1995
58 Elisabeth André, Wolfgang Finkler, Winfried Graf, Karin Harbusch, Jochen Heinsohn, Anne Kilger, Bernhard Nebel, Hans-Jürgen Profitlich, Thomas Rist, Wolfgang Wahlster, Andreas Butz, Anthony Jameson: WIP: From Multimedia to Intellimedia. IJCAI 1995: 2053-2054
57 Bernhard Nebel: Computational Properties of Qualitative Spatial Reasoning: First Results. KI 1995: 233-244
56EEBernhard Nebel, Jana Koehler: Plan Reuse Versus Plan Generation: A Theoretical and Empirical Analysis. Artif. Intell. 76(1-2): 427-454 (1995)
55 Christer Bäckström, Bernhard Nebel: Complexity Results for SAS+ Planning. Computational Intelligence 11: 625-656 (1995)
54EEBernhard Nebel, Hans-Jürgen Bürckert: Reasoning about Temporal Relations: A Maximal Tractable Subclass of Allen's Interval Algebra. J. ACM 42(1): 43-66 (1995)
53 Bernhard Nebel: Komplexitätsanalysen in der Künstlichen Intelligenz. KI 9(2): 6-14 (1995)
52 Ulrich Furbach, Hans-Jürgen Bürckert, Joachim Hertzberg, Bernhard Nebel, Gerhard Brewka, Gerhard Lakemeyer, Torsten Schaub, Frank Puppe: Ist die Wissensrepräsentation tot? KI 9(5): 18-26 (1995)
1994
51 Gerhard Lakemeyer, Bernhard Nebel: Foundation of Knowledge Representation and Reasoning [the book grew out of an ECAI-92 workshop] Springer 1994
50 Bernhard Nebel, Leonie S. Dreschler-Fischer: KI-94: Advances in Artificial Intelligence, 18th Annual German Conference on Artificial Intelligence, Saarbrücken, Germany, September 18-23, 1994, Proceedings Springer 1994
49 Bernhard Nebel, Hans-Jürgen Bürckert: Reasoning about Temporal Relations: A Maximal Tractable Subclass of Allen's Interval Algebra. AAAI 1994: 356-361
48 Bernhard Nebel: Base Revision Operations and Schemes: Semantics, Representation and Complexity. ECAI 1994: 341-345
47EEBernhard Nebel, Hans-Jürgen Bürckert: Managing Qualitative Temporal Information: Expressiveness vs. Complexity. IS/KI 1994: 104-117
46EEFranz Baader, Bernhard Hollunder, Bernhard Nebel, Hans-Jürgen Profitlich, Enrico Franconi: Am empirical analysis of optimization techniques for terminological representation systems. Appl. Intell. 4(2): 109-132 (1994)
45EESonia Bergamaschi, Bernhard Nebel: Acquisition and validation of complex object database schemata supporting multiple inheritance. Appl. Intell. 4(2): 185-203 (1994)
44 Bernhard Nebel, Christer Bäckström: On the Computational Complexity of Temporal Projection, Planning, and Plan Validation. Artif. Intell. 66(1): 125-160 (1994)
43 Jochen Heinsohn, Daniel Kudenko, Bernhard Nebel, Hans-Jürgen Profitlich: An Empirical Analysis of Terminological Representation Systems. Artif. Intell. 68(2): 367-397 (1994)
1993
42 Christer Bäckström, Bernhard Nebel: Complexity Results for SAS+ Planning. IJCAI 1993: 1430-1435
41 Bernhard Nebel, Jana Koehler: Plan Modification versus Plan Generation: A Complexity-Theoretic Perspective. IJCAI 1993: 1436-1444
40EELin Padgham, Bernhard Nebel: Combining Classification and Nonmonotonic Inheritance Reasoning: A First Step. ISMIS 1993: 132-141
39 Bernhard Nebel, Jana Koehler: Plan Modification versus Plan Generation: A Complexity-Theoretic Perspective. PuK 1993: 7-17
38 Franz Baader, Philipp Hanschke, Bernhard Hollunder, Bernhard Nebel, Werner Nutt: ``Third International Conference on Principles of Knowledge Representation and Reasoning (KR'92)'' - Tagungsbericht. KI 7(3): 24-25 (1993)
1992
37 Bernhard Nebel, Christer Bäckström: On the Computational Complexity of Temporal Projection and Plan Validation. AAAI 1992: 748-753
36 Jochen Heinsohn, Daniel Kudenko, Bernhard Nebel, Hans-Jürgen Profitlich: An Empirical Analysis of Terminological Representation Systems. AAAI 1992: 767-773
35 Lin Padgham, Bernhard Nebel: Combining Classification and Nonmonotonic Inheritance Reasoning: A First Step. Description Logics 1992: 64-71
34 Christer Bäckström, Bernhard Nebel: On the Computational Complexity of Planning and Story Understanding. ECAI 1992: 349-353
33 Gerhard Lakemeyer, Bernhard Nebel: Foundations of Knowledge Representation and Reasoning. ECAI Workshop on Knowledge Representation and Reasoning 1992: 1-12
32 Franz Baader, Bernhard Hollunder, Bernhard Nebel, Hans-Jürgen Profitlich, Enrico Franconi: An Empirical Analysis of Optimization Techniques for Terminological Representation Systems, or Making KRIS Get a Move On. KR 1992: 270-281
31 Bernhard Hollunder, Bernhard Nebel: Second International Conference on Principles of Knowledge Representation and Reasoning (KR '91). KI 6(3): 52-53 (1992)
1991
30 Franz Baader, Hans-Jürgen Bürckert, Jochen Heinsohn, Bernhard Hollunder, Jürgen Müller, Bernhard Nebel, Werner Nutt, Hans-Jürgen Profitlich: Terminological Knowledge Representation: A Proposal for a Terminological Logic. Description Logics 1991: 120-128
29 Bernhard Nebel: Belief Revision and Default Reasoning: Syntax-Based Approaches. KR 1991: 417-428
28 Bernhard Nebel, Gert Smolka: Attribute Description Formalisms ... and the Rest of the World. Text Understanding in LILOG 1991: 439-452
27 Bernhard Nebel, Christof Peltason, Kai von Luck: International Workshop on Terminological Logics - Proceedings IWBS Report 184: (1991)
26 Bernhard Hollunder, Bernhard Nebel: Second International Conference: Principles of Knowledge Representation and Reasoning - KR'91. KI 5(3): 26-27 (1991)
1990
25 Bernhard Nebel: Reasoning and Revision in Hybrid Representation Systems Springer 1990
24EEJürgen Müller, Franz Baader, Bernhard Nebel, Werner Nutt, Gert Smolka: Tutorial on Reasoning and Representation with Concept Languages. CADE 1990: 681
23EEBernhard Nebel, Christof Peltason: Terminological reasoning and Information Management. IS/KI 1990: 181-212
22 Peter F. Patel-Schneider, Bernd Owsnicki-Klewe, Alfred Kobsa, Nicola Guarino, Robert M. MacGregor, William S. Mark, Deborah L. McGuinness, Bernhard Nebel, Albrecht Schmiedel, John Yen: Term Subsumption Languages in Knowledge Representation. AI Magazine 11(2): 16-23 (1990)
21 Bernhard Nebel: Terminological Reasoning is Inherently Intractable. Artif. Intell. 43(2): 235-249 (1990)
1989
20 Daniel Hernández, Bernhard Nebel, Gert Smolka, Ipke Wachsmuth: Fachseminar: Formale und kognitive Grundlagen von Wissensrepräsentationen. GWAI 1989: 476
19 Bernhard Nebel: KL-One-basierte, hybride Repräsentationssysteme. GWAI 1989: 484-485
18 Bernhard Nebel: A Knowledge Level Analysis of Belief Revision. KR 1989: 301-311
17EEBernhard Nebel, Gert Smolka: Representation and Reasoning with Attributive Descriptions. Sorts and Types in Artificial Intelligence 1989: 112-139
16 Bernhard Nebel: A Knowledge Level Analysis of Belief Revision IWBS Report 69: (1989)
15 Bernhard Nebel, Gert Smolka: Representation and Reasoning with Attributive Descriptions IWBS Report 81: (1989)
14 Bernhard Nebel: Terminological Reasoning is Inherently Intractable IWBS Report 82: (1989)
1988
13 Bernhard Nebel, Kai von Luck: Hybrid Reasoning in BACK. ISMIS 1988: 260-269
12 Bernhard Nebel: Computational Complexity of Terminological Reasoning in BACK. Artif. Intell. 34(3): 371-383 (1988)
1987
11 Bernhard Nebel, Kai von Luck: Issues of Integration and Balancing in Hybrid Knowledge Representation Systems. GWAI 1987: 114-123
10 Kai von Luck, Bernhard Nebel, H.-J. Schneider: Some Aspects of Knowledge Base Management Systems. Wissensrepräsentation in Expertensystemen 1987: 146-157
1986
9 Norman K. Sondheimer, Bernhard Nebel: A Logical-Form and Knowledge-Base Design for Natural Language Generation. AAAI 1986: 612-618
8 Bernhard Nebel, Norman K. Sondheimer: NIGEL Gets To Know Logic. GWAI 1986: 75-86
7EENorman K. Sondheimer, Bernhard Nebel: A Logical-Form and Knowledge-Base Design for Natural Language Generation. HLT 1986
1985
6 Kai von Luck, Bernhard Nebel, Christof Peltason, Albrecht Schmiedel: BACK to Consistency and Incompleteness. GWAI 1985: 245-256
5 Bernhard Nebel: How well does a Vanilla Loop fit into a Frame? Data Knowl. Eng. 1(2): 181-194 (1985)
1983
4 Bernhard Nebel: Ist LISP eine 'langsame' Sprache? GWAI 1983: 21-30
3 Wolfgang Hoeppner, Thomas Christaller, Heinz Marburger, Katharina Morik, Bernhard Nebel, Mike O'Leary, Wolfgang Wahlster: Beyond Domain-Independence: Experience With the Development of a German Language Access System to Highly Diverse Background Systems. IJCAI 1983: 588-594
2 Heinz Marburger, Bernhard Nebel: Natürlichsprachlicher Datenbankzugang mit HAM-ANS: Syntaktische Korrepsondenz, natürlichsprachliche Qualifizierung und semantisches Modell des Diskursbereichs. Sprachen für Datenbanken 1983: 26-41
1982
1 Bernhard Nebel, Heinz Marburger: Das natürlichsprachliche System HAM-ANS: Intelligenter Zugriff auf heterogene Wissens- und Datenbanken. GI Jahrestagung 1982: 392-402

Coauthor Index

1Elisabeth André [58]
2Willi Auerbach [81]
3Franz Baader [24] [30] [32] [38] [46]
4Christer Bäckström [34] [37] [42] [44] [55]
5Thomas Barkowsky [114]
6J. Christopher Beck [134]
7Sonia Bergamaschi [45]
8Tobias Bräuer [117]
9Michael Brenner [117] [132]
10Gerhard Brewka [52] [66]
11Hans-Jürgen Bürckert [30] [47] [49] [52] [54]
12Andreas Butz [58]
13Thomas Christaller [3]
14Jens Claßen [122]
15Anthony G. Cohn [116] [127]
16Florian Diesch [91]
17Markus Dietl [81] [91] [92] [100]
18Yannis Dimopoulos [62] [63] [64] [77] [82] [98]
19Christian Dornhege [117]
20Leonie S. Dreschler-Fischer [50]
21Burkhard Dümler [81]
22Frank Dylla [124] [129]
23Patrick Eyerich [122] [132]
24Wolfgang Finkler [58]
25Enrico Franconi [32] [46]
26Christian Freksa [104] [114] [116] [127] [129]
27Lutz Frommberger [124] [129]
28Ulrich Furbach [52]
29Alfonso Gerevini [103]
30Moritz Göbelbecker [117]
31Winfried Graf [58]
32Nicola Guarino [22]
33Jens-Steffen Gutmann [65] [67] [70] [74] [75] [80] [81] [84] [89] [91] [92]
34Christopher Habel [66]
35Philipp Hanschke [38]
36Eric A. Hansen [134]
37Karin Harbusch [58]
38Wolfgang Hatzack [67] [70] [74] [80]
39Jochen Heinsohn [30] [36] [43] [58]
40Malte Helmert [131]
41Daniel Hernández [20]
42Immanuel Herrmann [67] [70] [80]
43Joachim Hertzberg [52]
44Wolfgang Hoeppner [3]
45Jörg Hoffmann [63] [87] [106] [110] [115]
46Bernhard Hollunder [26] [30] [31] [32] [38] [46]
47Guido Isekenmeier [90]
48Markus Jäger [102]
49Anthony Jameson [58]
50Alankar Karol [105]
51Anne Kilger [58]
52Alexander Kleiner [91] [100] [117] [119] [123]
53Markus Knauff [114]
54Alfred Kobsa [22]
55Jana Koehler (Jana Köhler) [39] [41] [56] [62] [63] [64]
56Christian Köhler [113]
57Bernd Krieg-Brückner [114]
58Daniel Kudenko [36] [43]
59Sebastian Kupferschmid [133]
60Gerhard Lakemeyer [33] [51] [52] [122]
61Sanjiang Li [120]
62Yuliya Lierler (Yuliya Babovich-Lierler, Yuliya Babovich) [112]
63Mathias Luber [117]
64Kai von Luck [6] [10] [11] [13] [27]
65Robert M. MacGregor [22]
66Heinz Marburger [1] [2] [3]
67William S. Mark [22]
68Kornél G. Markó [81]
69Deborah L. McGuinness [22]
70Reinhard Moratz [85] [104]
71Katharina Morik [3]
72Jürgen Müller [24] [30]
73Klaus Müller [81]
74Hans-Hellmut Nagel [113]
75Daniele Nardi [123]
76Werner Nutt [24] [30] [38]
77Mike O'Leary [3]
78Artur Ottlik [113]
79Bernd Owsnicki-Klewe [22]
80Lin Padgham [35] [40]
81Peter F. Patel-Schneider [22]
82Christof Peltason [6] [23] [27]
83Paul-Gerhard Plöger [128]
84Andreas Podelski [133]
85Johann Prediger [117] [119]
86Hans-Jürgen Profitlich [30] [32] [36] [43] [46] [58]
87Frank Puppe [52]
88Klaus Rechert [108] [118]
89Christian Reetz [84]
90Jochen Renz [61] [69] [71] [73] [86] [121] [135]
91Jussi Rintanen [134]
92Thomas Rist [58]
93Frank Rittinger [67] [70] [80]
94Gabriele Röger [126] [131]
95Torsten Schaub [52]
96Albrecht Schmiedel [6] [22]
97H.-J. Schneider [10]
98Alexander Scivos [94] [96] [107]
99Gert Smolka [15] [17] [20] [24] [28]
100Norman K. Sondheimer [7] [8] [9]
101Christopher Stanton [105]
102Patrick Stiegeler [91]
103Jörg Stückler [117]
104Boris Szerbakowski [81] [91]
105Moritz Tacke [109]
106Sylvie Thiébaux [106] [115]
107Maximilian Thiel [81]
108Francesca Toni [77] [82] [98]
109Augustinus Topor [67] [70] [80]
110Sebastian Trüg [110]
111Ipke Wachsmuth [20]
112Wolfgang Wahlster [3] [58]
113Jan Oliver Wallgrün [124] [129]
114Martin Wehrle [133]
115Thilo Weigel [67] [70] [75] [80] [81] [89] [90] [91] [99] [108] [109] [118] [130]
116Bruno Welsch [70]
117Mary-Anne Williams [105]
118Stefan Wölfl [124] [129]
119Diedrich Wolter [124] [129]
120John Yen [22]
121Dapeng Zhang [108] [125]
122Vittorio A. Ziparo [123]

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