Cognitive Technologies


The series Cognitive Technologies encompasses artificial intelligence and its subfields and related areas, such as natural-language processing and technologies, high-level computer vision, cognitive robotics, automated reasoning, multiagent systems, symbolic learning theories and practice, knowledge representation and the semantic web, and intelligent tutoring systems and AI and education. Cognitive science, including human and animal cognition and artificial life, is within the scope of this series, as is the integration of symbolic and subsymbolic computation.

The series includes textbooks, monographs, coherent thematic state-of-the-art collections, and multiauthor anthologies.



Daniel Sonntag (DFKI Saarbrücken)


Editorial Board

Franz Baader (Technische Universität Dresden - Knowledge Representation; Automated Deduction)

Jaime G. Carbonell (Carnegie Mellon University - Machine Learning; Language Technologies)

Anthony G. Cohn (University of Leeds - Automated Reasoning)

Luis Fariñas del Cerro (IRIT Toulouse - Logic; Reasoning)

James A. Hendler (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute - Semantic Web; Knowledge Discovery)

Toru Ishida (Kyoto University - Multiagent Systems; Services Computing; Social Informatics; Design)

Anthony Jameson (DFKI Saarbrücken - Human-Artificial  Intelligence)

Martin Kay (Stanford University - Computational Linguistics)

Robert A. Kowalski (Imperial College London - Logic Programming)

Sarit Kraus (Bar-Ilan University - Intelligent Agents; Multiagent Systems)

Luís C. Lamb (Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul (UFRGS) - Cognitive Reasoning)

Maurizio Lenzerini (Università di Roma, Sapienza - Information Integration; Information Systems)

John W. Lloyd (The Australian National University - Agents; Machine Learning)

Mark T. Maybury (MITRE Corp. - Security; Privacy)

Johanna D. Moore (University of Edinburgh - Multimodal Communication)

Bernhard Nebel (Universität Freiburg - Knowledge Representation; Reasoning)

Sharon Oviatt (Incaa Designs - Multimodal Multisensory Interaction)

Stuart J. Russell (University of California, Berkeley - Robust and Beneficial Artificial Intelligence; Machine Learning)

Erik Sandewall (Linköping University - Cognitive Robotics; Human-Robot Interaction)

Oliviero Stock (FBK-irst Trento - Intelligent User Interfaces)

Peter Stone (University of Texas at Austin - Machine Learning; Multiagent Systems; Robotics)

Wolfgang Wahlster (DFKI Saarbrücken - User Modeling; Mobile and Multimodal User Interfaces)

Michael Wooldridge (University of Oxford - Multiagent Systems; Logic, Knowledge Representation; Computational Complexity; Game Theory)

Feiyu Xu (Lenovo, Beijing - Language Technology)


Founding Editors

Dov M. Gabbay (King’s College London)

Jörg Siekmann (DFKI, Saarbrücken)