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This quantity includes the lawsuits of the seventh foreign Symposium on sensible and common sense Programming (FLOPS 2004), held in Nara, Japan, April 7-9, 2004 on the New Public corridor, Nara. FLOPS is a discussion board for study on all concerns referring to sensible progr- mingandlogicprogramming. Inparticularitaimstostimulatethecross-fertili- tion in addition to the mixing of the 2 paradigms. the former FLOPS me- ings came about in Fuji-Susono (1995), Shonan (1996), Kyoto (1998), Tsukuba (1999),Tokyo(2001)and Aizu (2002). The proceedingsofFLOPS 1999,FLOPS 2001 and FLOPS 2002 have been released by means of Springer-Verlag within the Lecture Notes in laptop technology sequence, as volumes 1722, 2024 and 2441, respectively. according to the decision for papers, fifty five papers have been submitted via authors from 1 Australia (1), Austria (1), Canada (1), China (4), Denmark (2), Estonia ( ), 2 1 1 France (3 ), Germany (4 ), Italy (1), Japan (15), the Netherlands (1), Oman 2 four 1 1 (1), Portugal ( ), Singapore (2), Spain (8), united kingdom (3), and united states (6 ). every one paper 2 four was once reviewed by way of no less than 3 application committee contributors with the assistance of specialist exterior reviewers. this system committee assembly was once performed el- tronically for a interval of two weeks in December 2003. After cautious and thorough dialogue, this system committee chosen 18 papers (33%) for presentation at theconference. Inadditiontothe18contributedpapers,thesymposiumincluded talks by means of 3 invited audio system: Masami Hagiya (University of Tokyo), Carsten Schur ¨ mann (Yale University), and Peter Selinger (University of Ottawa).
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