In 2021, the workshop will be affiliated with CADE-28
The goal of this workshop is to bring together researchers working on the theory, practice, and application of parallel and distributed automated reasoning. Whilst parallel and distributed computational resources have become more widely abundant, and utilised in many areas of computer science, the area of automated reasoning has not embraced this as fully. Through this workshop we aim to provide a platform for researchers to present and discuss solutions and challenges when considering the parallel or distributed execution of automated reasoners, including those from the fields of CP, SAT, SMT, ASP, (first-order and higher-order) ATP, and CHC, including the full range of algorithmic approaches. The aim is to create a broad forum that allows the cross-fertilisation of ideas e.g. allowing ideas from parallel SAT solving to inspire ATP techniques, or vice-versa.
The workshop is interested in theoretical frameworks, practical implementations, experimental studies, and applications of parallel or distributed reasoning. Relevant parallel or distributed approaches may include (but are not limited to):
The workshop will involve a mixture of submitted and invited talks. Submissions will include presentation-only papers (e.g. for existing work), position papers, and both short and full technical papers. Submitted and invited talks will be supported by structured discussion either as separated discussion sessions around key challenges highlighted by talks or in the form of a panel (depending on submissions received). We will seek to publish post-proceedings in either CEUR or EasyChair’s Kalpa series. A report of discussions will be included in the foreward of the post-proceedings.
On 11th July, the program will consist of three sessions:
The detailed program is available here.
Confirmed talks include:
The workshop will take place online (using Zoom) as part of CADE-28. Registration is via CADE registration which provides access to all CADE workshops.
This workshop will follow on from a range of previous workshops on related topics. Some of the organisers previously co-chaired the workshop on Parallel Constraint Reasoning 2017 and the workshop on Parallel Logical Reasoning 2018.