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\nThere are a plethora of views as to the relationship betwee n probability and logic and a panoply of proposals for combining the two. In particular, probabilist ic logics offer formal combinations of probability and logic - often, however, at the expense of per spicuity and tractability. The question arises as to whether probabilistic networks might be used to render probabilistic logics more comprehensible a nd computationally feasible. In this workshop we a im to bring researchers from a variety of discipli nes together to assess the prospects of applying p robabilistic networks to probabilistic logics, and more generally to elucidate the relationship betw een probability and logic.

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We welcome submissions of papers on the special focus of the workshop,\n Pro babilistic Logic and Probabilistic Networks, or in deed on any aspect of\n combining probabili ty and logic.\n Submission deadline is 1st May 2007.\n

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