Programming, Logic and Intelligent Systems

Organization profile

Organisation profile

The PLIS (Programming, Logic and Intelligent Systems) group at Roskilde University investigates foundations, tools and languages for the development of adaptable, reliable, human-oriented computer systems.

The group's research covers theoretical foundations, languages, tools and semantic models together with application areas. The main research topics are:

  • Knowledge-based systems and intelligent interaction with systems.
  • Logic and knowledge representation.
  • Programming languages and tools.

Long-term objectives

  • To develop tools and techniques allowing intuitive interaction with information and knowledge-based systems, including natural language understanding and generation, and interpretation of interaction with respect to a context that is constantly changing.
  • To construct logics and structures capable of creating and reasoning about models of the environment and human activities, including direct modelling of concepts familiar to humans, common-sense concepts and representation of dynamically changing situations.
  • To develop languages, methods and tools for software production, analysis and transformation, allowing automatic generation, checking and evolution of software systems.

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Research Output 2006 2020

Implications of Assessing Student-Driven Projects: A Case Study of Possible Challenges and an Argument for Reflexivity

Pedersen, S. & Hobye, M., 2020, In : Education Sciences. 10, 1

Research output: Contribution to journalJournal articleResearchpeer-review

Some remarks on Hybrid Modal Logic with Propositional Quantfiers

Blackburn, P. R., Braüner, T. & Kofod, J. L., 2020, The Metaphysics of Time. Aalborg Universitetsforlag, (Logic and Philosophy of Time - Themes from Prior, Vol. 3).

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingBook chapterResearchpeer-review

Behavioral Complexity as a Computational Material Strategy

Hobye, M. & Ranten, M. F., 10 May 2019, (Accepted/In press) In : International Journal of Design. 35 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalJournal articleResearchpeer-review

Projects 2005 2019

Activities 1999 2020

25th International Symposium on Methodologies for Intelligent Systems

Henning Christiansen (Participant)
20 May 202022 May 2020

Activity: Participating in or organising an eventOrganisation and participation in conference

Big Data - definition, usage and pitfalls

Henrik Bulskov (Speaker)
25 Apr 2019

Activity: Talk or presentationLecture and oral contribution

Virtual Reality, Learning and Experience - seminar at Roskilde University

Søren Larsen (Organizer), Connie Svabo (Organizer), Remzi Ates Gürsimsek (Organizer), Eduardo Abrantes (Organizer), John Patrick Gallagher (Organizer), Sisse Siggaard Jensen (Organizer), Troels Andreasen (Organizer), Per Meyer Jepsen (Organizer), Prajakt Pande (Organizer)
21 Aug 2019

Activity: Participating in or organising an eventOrganisation and participation in conference

Press / Media

Algoritmerne kommer!

Henning Christiansen


1 Media contribution

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Venstrefløjen vender det blinde øje til bagsiden af indvandringen

Torben Bech Dyrberg


1 item of Media coverage

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Forsker vil åbne det skjulte internet

Troels Andreasen


1 item of Media coverage

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