The following is probably the set of those papers at the conference
which address some aspect(s) of Reasoning about Actions and Change.
van Linder, B., W. van der Hoek, and J.-J.Ch. Meyer:
Actions That Make You Change Your Mind.
Reasoning about Action with Typical and Atypical Effects.
Lukaszewicz, Witold, and
Reasoning about Actions and Change: Actions with Abnormal Effects.
Bouzid, Maroua, and Antonio Ligeza:
Temporal Logic Based on Characteristic Functions.