Past KR Conferences
KR is the premier International Conference on Knowledge Representation and Reasoning.
The KR Conference Series provides more intimate setting than that of general AI conferences for researchers studying explicit representations of knowledge manipulated by inference algorithms, which provide an important foundation for much work in Artificial Intelligence, Computer Science, and Software Engineering. The conference emphasizes both the theoretical principles of knowledge representation and reasoning and the relationships between these principles and their embodiments in working systems.
The KR Conferences Series began in 1989:
- 2020, Rhodes, Greece
- 2018, Tempe, Arizona, USA
- 2016, Cape Town, South Africa
- 2014, Vienna, Austria
- 2012, Rome, Italy
- 2010, Toronto, Canada
- 2008, Sydney, Australia
- 2006, Lake District of the UK
- 2004, Whistler, Canada
- 2002, Toulouse, France
- 2000, Breckenridge, Colorado, USA
- 1998, Trento, Italy
- 1996, Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA
- 1994, Bonn, Germany
- 1992, Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA
- 1991, Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA
- 1989, Toronto, Canada
The proceedings for KR'89 - KR2002 are published by Morgan Kaufmann Publishers, San Francisco, California, USA, the Proceedings from KR2004 - KR2018 are published by AAAI, and the Proceedings of KR2020 are published by IJCAI.