Knowledge Acquisition Workshops
Knowledge Acquisition Workshop Series
The first workshop on Knowledge Acquisition for Knowledge-Based Systems
was held in Banff, Alberta, Canada in October 1986. This KAW series has
continued on an annual basis and the 10th KAW was held in Banff November,
1996, and the 11th KAW will be in Banff April 18-23, 1998 (see KAW98 below).
A parallel series of European Knowledge Acquisition Workshops
commenced with EKAW87 in London, England in September 1987. The EKAW series
has continued on an annual basis in various European cities. The
EKAW was held in Nottingham, UK, May 14-17, 1996, the
EKAW in Catelonia, Spain, October 15-18, 1997, and the
EKAW will be at Schloss Dagstuhl in Germany, May 26-29, 1999.
A further series of Knowledge Acquisition Workshops in Pacific Rim
countries commenced with JKAW90 in Kyoto, Japan in October 1990. It was
followed by AKAW91 in Australia in August 1991, and PKAW96 in Australia,
23-25 October 1996. PKAW98 will be held in Singapore, November 22-23, 1998,
in conjunction with
As a spin-off from some of the tracks at KAW96 a AAAI Spring Symposium
on Artificial Intelligence in Knowledge Management
took place at Stanford University, March 24-26, 1997. The proceedings are
Information on the KAW Sisyphus projects is
KAW99 will be held in Banff October 16-22, 1999. Detailed information
on KAW99 CFP,
registration, location, maps, amenities is available, at the KAW99
The KAW99 proceedings will be available on the web.
KAW98 was held in Banff April 18-23, 1998. See the KAW98
proceedings are available on the web.
The KAW96 proceedings remains available
on the web.
KA List Server
The Knowledge Acquisition community world-wide exchanges information through
a list server moderated by Anjo Anjewierden at the University of Amsterdam.
To subscribe to the server send email to:
with the body:
subscribe KAW your name
The archives of the KAW list server are available at
KA Web Sites
There are a number of sites on World Wide Web that archive material relevant
to knowledge acquisition.
Knowledge Science Institute,
University of Calgary
Section on Medical Informatics,
Department of Social Science Informatics,
University of Amsterdam
Artificial Intelligence Research
Group, University of Nottingham
KEML (Knowledge Engineering
Methods and Languages), University of Amsterdam
AIFB, Section on Knowledge Based Systems, University of Karlsruhe
Knowledge Systems Laboratory,
Foundations of Knowledge Engineering at Ladseb-CNR
Knowledge Query and Manipulation
Language (KQML), UMBC
for Knowledge Modeling & Workflow, University of Kaiserslautern
Knowledge Engineering Forum: Distributed Expertise
Knowledge Engineering Forum: Knowledge Engineering & Business Processes
on Knowledge Level Modelling and Machine Learning
KA Article Archives
John Boose has made an
archive available of papers and reports from his projects at Boeing
Computer Services. The files are currently only available in MacBinary
Brian Gaines and Mildred Shaw have made an
archive available of papers and reports from their projects at the
Knowledge Science Institute. The files are available in Microsoft RTF and
Adobe PostScript formats. Many of the articles are now also available in
The Knowledge Systems Laboratory at Stanford University has an
archive of papers and reports from many sources related to knowledge
acquisition and knowledge-based systems.
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