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The '''IJCAI-09 Workshop on Nonmonotonic Reasoning, Action and Change''' is the eighth workshop in the popular and successful "NRAC" series.
An intelligent agent exploring a rich, dynamic world, needs cognitive capabilities in addition to basic functionalities for perception and reaction. The abilities to reason nonmonotonically, to reason about actions, and to change one's beliefs, have been identified as fundamental high-level cognitive functions necessary for common sense. Research in all three areas has made significant progress during the last two decades of the past century. It is, however, crucial to bear in mind the common goal of designing intelligent agents. Researchers should be aware of advances in all three fields since often advances in one field can be translated into advances in another. Many deep relationships have already been established between the three areas and the primary aim of this workshop is to further promote this cross-fertilization. A closer look at recent developments in the three fields reveals just how fruitful such cross-fertilization can be.
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