Sixth International Conference on
Rules and Objects in Databases

A Stream at CL2000

First International Conference on Computational Logic

Imperial College, London, UK

24 - 28 July 2000

About The Conference

The DOOD Conference provides an international forum for technical discussion among researchers, developers, and users of database systems from academia, business and industry. DOOD focuses on research in theory and implementation of rule-based and object-oriented databases, the integration of object-orientation and of rule-based deduction to provide a single powerful framework for intelligent database systems, and advanced applications of such systems. DOOD'2000 will continue the direction established by the five previous DOOD conferences held in 1989 in Kyoto/Japan, in 1991 in Munich/Germany, in 1993 in Phoenix/USA, in 1995 in Singapore, and in 1997 in Montreux/Switzerland.

Submission Instructions

Papers must be no longer than 15 pages and must be in the Springer LNCS style. General information about the Springer LNCS series and the LNCS Authors' Instructions are available at the Springer LNCS/LNAI Home Page.

Submissions are to be made by web or email see the  DOOD Submissions web page.


Suggested Topics

The following is a partial list of topics that are of interest to DOOD.

Program Chair

Yehoshua Sagiv  (email)
Department of Computer Science
Hebrew University
Jerusalem 91904

Program Committee

DOOD Steering Committee

Important Links