Dear colleagues! This is my nostalgic Web Site on the Nineteenth International Logic Programming Conference (Mumbai, India, December 9-13, 2003). Please help me to recognize the people on the photos. If you recognize yourself on a photo, please send me the number of the photo, your full name, country, and the homepage address - I will publish this information on the Site. I look forward to receiving your comments and suggestions.

Sincerely yours,

Alexei A. Morozov

0.01. It's me in the Sheremet'evo II airport, Moscow, December 7, 2003.

0.02. It's my parents, Alexander Mihailovich Morozov and Ludmila Borisovna Flerovskaya. They are the main sponsors of my research and I devote this Web Site to them.

The gallery: My first impressions of Mumbai.

The gallery: New friends.

1.24. It's the Inauguration of the Conference. Catuscia Palamidessi is speaking.

1.25. It's the Programming Contest. In the centre: Bart Demoen, the chair of the Contest. On the right of him: Juergen Stuber (back) and Joohyung Lee. Juergen, Joohyung, and I are a team at the Contest. The results of the Contest are the following: nobody has solved more than one problem, we have won nothing, but only some chocolate. Thank you for the chocolate, Bart!

1.26. Open meeting on the Next LP language. On the photo: Bart Demoen, Manuel Hermenegildo, and Peter Stuckey. Well, I have my own point of view to this problem: I suppose that Prolog should be completely revised on the base of object-oriented approach (OOP). OOP should be not only a supported feature, but a basis of any modern programming language. Our research group started the work on the next logic programming language about 15 years ago. It's the Actor Prolog language.

1.27. It's the Welcome Dinner. On the photo: Shivali Agarwal, Alexei A. Morozov, Benny George.

The gallery: Mumbai in the night.

1.34. It's lunch. In the center of the photo: Prof. R.K. Shyamasundar.

The gallery: Excursion.

The gallery: Oberoi Hotels. On the photo: Francois Bry and Juergen Stuber. (Click on the picture to learn what happened with them.)

The gallery: Banquet.

2.19. We return to the Guest Houses after the banquet.

The gallery: Guest Houses.

2.23. It's my short lecture on the use of the Actor Prolog approach for logic programming the Web agents. Here you can get the PPT file of the lecture.

2.24. M.R.K. Krishna Rao is speaking.

The gallery: Indian Classical Dance Recital. Mudra Expressions - Space and Time: Bharatanatyam Recital by Ms. Leela Sampson and her disciples. (Venue: Homi Bhabha Auditorium.)

The gallery: Indian Classical Music. Beyond 100 Strings: Santoor Recital by Pandit Shivkumar Sharma and party. (Venue: Homi Bhabha Auditorium.)

3.01. It's the ALP Plenary Meeting.

3.02. Veronica Dahl is speaking.

3.03. On the photo: Manuel Hermenegildo, Mireille Ducasse, Gopal Gupta, Kazunori Ueda, Ulf Nilsson

The gallery: The Tata Institute of Fundamental Research (TIFR) campus.

3.11. And it's my poster. You can get the text of the poster here.

The gallery: The Mumbai town.

The gallery: The Elephanta island.

The gallery: Departure. The last photos.

The gallery: Kanheri Caves.

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I am grateful to the Association of Logic Programming (ALP) that supported my visit to ICLP'03. I thank Marina G. Glubokaia for help in the translation of the Site. I am grateful to Juergen Stuber, who has sent his excellent photos for the Site (series 7). The background music is written by Elan Michaels and Walden Whitham (see Elan's Web Site). Please, take part in the beta testing of Actor Prolog.