Reviewed

Tracking # Title Status Responsible editor
732-1716 On the Potential of Logic and Reasoning in Neurosymbolic Systems using OWL-based Knowledge Graphs Accept Roberto Confalonieri
720-1701 Dual-Process Theories, Cognitive Architectures, and Hybrid Neural-Symbolic Models Accept Alessandro Oltramari
719-1699 A Survey of Neurosymbolic Visual Reasoning with Scene Graphs and Common Sense Knowledge Accept Md Kamruzzaman Sarker
718-1698 PSYCHIC: A Neuro-Symbolic Framework for Knowledge Graph Question-Answering Grounding Reject Marta Sabou
696-1676 Butterfly Optimization Algorithm for Model Order Reduction of Linear Section of an Air Core Electrical Transformer Reject (Pre-Screening)
695-1675 Benchmarking Neuro-Symbolic Reasoners: Existing Challenges and A Way Forward Major Revision Francesca Rossi
694-1674 What can knowledge graph alignment gain with Neuro-Symbolic learning approaches? Major Revision Janna Hastings
691-1671 Towards a Neuro-Symbolic Cycle for Human-centered Explainability Minor Revision Benedikt Wagner
689-1669 A Survey of Neurosymbolic Visual Reasoning with Scene Graphs and Common Sense Knowledge Major Revision Md Kamruzzaman Sarker
688-1668 A Neurosymbolic Approach to AI Alignment Major Revision Luc De Raedt
684-1664 Knowledge Engineering in the Age of Neurosymbolic Systems Major Revision Dagmar Gromann
683-1663 On the Multiple Roles of Ontologies in Explainable AI Minor Revision Alessandra Mileo
678-1658 A General Neural-symbolic Architecture for Knowledge-oriented Complex Reasoning Major Revision Claudia d'Amato
676-1656 Neuro-Symbolic Reasoning in the Traffic Domain Major Revision Eleonora Giunchiglia
674-1654 A Path Towards High-Level Reasoning Through Cognitive Neuro-Symbolic Systems Major Revision Ron Sun
673-1653 Towards Semantically Enriched Embeddings for Knowledge Graph Completion Major Revision Ernesto Jimenez-Ruiz
671-1651 On the Potential of Logic and Reasoning in Neurosymbolic Systems using OWL-based Knowledge Graphs Roberto Confalonieri
670-1650 Dual-Process Theories, Cognitive Architectures, and Hybrid Neural-Symbolic Models Minor Revision Alessandro Oltramari
668-1648 On the relevance of logic for AI: misunderstandings in social media, and the promise of neuro-symbolic learning Major Revision Frank van Harmelen