The conferences Interval’XX are meetings devoted to various aspects of reliable numerical computations based on the interval approach. Their speciﬁc aims are to present the current state of the art of interval mathematics, emphasize relation- ships with similar disciplines, and last but not least stimulate the personal contacts between researchers from all parts of the world. Interval’96 the International Conference on Interval Methods and Computer Aided Proofs in Science and Engineering was organized by the Faculty of Mathe- matics and Computer Science, Wurzb ¨ urg University and the Editorial Board of the International Journal Reliable Computing. The meeting was held in Wurzb ¨ urg, September 29—October 2, 1996. 91 scien- tists from 18 countries participated in the conference. Due to the support of DFG, GAMM and other ﬁrms and institutions 22 researchers mainly from Eastern Europe were able to attend. In 8 highlighted talks, 56 regular talks and 8 poster presentations various aspects of the topic of the conference were considered. The interdisciplinary focus of the conference was the connection to the theory of computer science in general and the relation to constraint logic programming in particular. The relatively new ﬁeld of interval constraint propagation was outlined in some
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Published: Oct 14, 2004
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