Accepted Papers (ECSQARU)

List of Accepted Papers to ECSQARU 2017

  1. Lina Abassi and Imen Boukhris. Iterative aggregation of crowdsourced tasks within the belief function theory.
  2. Raoua Abdelkhalek, Imen Boukhris and Zied Elouedi. A clustering approach for collaborative filtering under the belief function framework.
  3. Stefano Aguzzoli, Matteo Bianchi, Brunella Gerla and Diego Valota. Probability measures in Goedel-Delta logic.
  4. Leila Amgoud and Jonathan Ben-Naim. Evaluation of arguments in weighted bipolar graphs.
  5. Christoph Beierle, Christian Eichhorn and Gabriele Kern-Isberner. A transformation system for unique minimal normal forms of conditional knowledge bases.
  6. Christoph Beierle and Steven Kutsch. Comparison of inference relations defined over different sets of ranking functions.
  7. Nahla Ben Amor, Zeineb Elkhalfi, Helene Fargier and Régis Sabbadin. Efficient policies for stationary possibilistic Markov decision processes.
  8. Nahla Ben Amor, Fatma Essghaier and Helene Fargier. Algorithms for multi-criteria optimization in possibilistic decision trees.
  9. Janneke Bolt and Silja Renooij. Structure-based categorisation of Bayesian network parameters.
  10. Nadira Boudjani, Abdelkader Gouaich and Souhila Kaci. Debate-based learning game for constructing mathematical proofs.
  11. Andrey Bronevich and Igor Rozenberg. Incoherence correction and decision making based on generalized credal sets.
  12. Andrea Campagner and Davide Ciucci. Measuring uncertainty in orthopairs.
  13. Davide Ciucci and Didier Dubois. A two-tiered propositional framework for handling multisource inconsistent information.
  14. Giulianella Coletti, Davide Petturiti and Barbara Vantaggi. Fuzzy weighted attribute combinations based similarity measures.
  15. Fabio Cozman and Denis Mauá. The complexity of inferences and explanations in probabilistic logic programming.
  16. Fabio Cozman and Denis Deratani Maua. The descriptive complexity of Bayesian network specifications.
  17. Nadia Creignou, Raida Ktari and Odile Papini. Complexity of model checking for cardinality-based belief revision operators.
  18. Sébastien Destercke. A generic framework to include belief functions in preference handling and multi-criteria decision.
  19. Tommaso Flaminio, Lluis Godo and Hykel Hosni. On the Boolean structure of conditional events and its logical counterpart.
  20. Giulia Fragnito, Joaquim Gabarro and Maria Serna. An Angel-daemon approach to assess the uncertainty in the power of a collectivity to act.
  21. John Grant, Cristian Molinaro and Francesco Parisi. Count queries in probabilistic spatio-temporal knowledge bases with capacity constraints.
  22. Maroua Haddad, Philippe Leray and Nahla Ben Amor. Possibilistic MDL: a new possibilistic likelihood based score function for imprecise data.
  23. Nathalie Helal, Frédéric Pichon, Daniel Porumbel, David Mercier and Eric Lefèvre. A Recourse approach for the capacitated vehicle routing problem with evidential demands.
  24. Anthony Hunter and Nico Potyka. Updating Probabilistic epistemic states in persuasion dialogues.
  25. Christoph Jansen, Thomas Augustin and Georg Schollmeyer. Decision theory meets linear optimization beyond computation.
  26. Tuomo Lehtonen, Johannes P. Wallner and Matti Järvisalo. From structured to abstract argumentation: assumption-based acceptance via AF reasoning.
  27. Sabrine Mallek, Imen Boukhris, Zied Elouedi and Eric Lefevre. Evidential k-NN for link prediction.
  28. Anders Madsen, Nicolaj Søndberg-Jeppesen, Frank Jensen, Mohamed Sayed, Ulrich Moser, Luis Neto, Joao Reis and Niels Lohse. Parameter learning algorithms for continuous model improvement using operational data.
  29. Francesca Mangili, Claudio Bonesana and Alessandro Antonucci. Reliable knowledge-based adaptive testing by credal networks.
  30. Martin Plajner and Jirka Vomlel. Monotonicity in Bayesian networks for computerized adaptive testing.
  31. Jean-Philippe Poli, Laurence Boudet, Espinosa Bruno and Laurence Cornez. Online fuzzy temporal operators for complex system monitoring.
  32. Gian Luca Pozzato. Reasoning in description logics with typicalities and probabilities of exceptions.
  33. Henri Prade and Gilles Richard. Analogical inequalities.
  34. Henri Prade and Gilles Richard. Boolean analogical proportions – axiomatics and algorithmic complexity issues.
  35. Henry Prakken. On relating abstract and structured probabilistic argumentation: a case study.
  36. Mustapha Ridaoui, Michel Grabisch and Christophe Labreuche. Axiomatization of an importance index for k-ary games.
  37. Tjitze Rienstra. RankPL: a qualitative probabilistic programming language.
  38. Ahmed Samet, Thomas Guyet, Benjamin Negrevergne, Tien Tuan Dao, Tuan Nha Hoang and Marie Christine Ho Ba Tho. Expert opinion extraction from a biomedical database.
  39. Giuseppe Sanfilippo, Niki Pfeifer and Angelo Gilio. Generalized probabilistic modus ponens.
  40. Nenad Savic, Dragan Doder and Zoran Ognjanovic. A first-order logic for reasoning about higher-order upper and lower probabilities.
  41. Asma Trabelsi, Zied Elouedi and Eric Lefevre. Ensemble enhanced evidential k-NN classifier through random subspaces.
  42. Linda C. van der Gaag and Stavros Lopatatzidis. Exploiting stability for compact representations of independency models.
  43. Jirka Vomlel and Václav Kratochvíl. Solving trajectory optimization problems by influence diagrams.
  44. Marco Wilhelm, Christian Eichhorn, Richard Niland and Gabriele Kern-Isberner. A semantics for conditionals with default negation.

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