Data and knowledge engineering seminars
Data and knowledge engineering research seminars discuss research of interest to the data and knowledge engineering group including, but not limited to, knowledge representation and reasoning, text and data mining and data privacy.
These seminars currently take place in room C/2.11 on Mondays between 13:00 and 14:00. Everyone is welcome to attend any seminar.
You can also follow seminar-related discussions at the LinkedIn group.
|9 October 2017||Daniel Harborne||A prototype systems architecture for coalition situational understanding|
|9 October 2017||Federico Cerutti||Human-in-the-loop situational understanding via subjective Bayesian networks|
|16 October 2017||Martin Caminada||On the equivalence between assumption-based argumentation and logic programming|
|16 October 2017||Padraig Corcoran||Statistical inference in the space of topological relationships|
|30 January 2018||Zied Bouraoui||Inductive reasoning about ontologies using conceptual spaces|
|30 January 2018||Martin Caminada||Some open research challenges in formal argumentation theory|
|6 February 2018||Tobia Zanetti||Efficient algorithms for preferred and semi-stable semantics in abstract argumentation|
|6 February 2018||Jon Slade||Automatic semantic and geometric enrichment of 3D geo-spatial building models using HOG-based template matching for varying architectural styles|
|13 February 2018||Liana Cipcigan||Smart management of electric vehicles|
|13 February 2018||David Owen||Text mining of unstructured healthcare data to help improve decision support in the treatment of musculoskeletal conditions|
|20 February 2018||Ivan Varzinczak||Defeasible reasoning for description-logic ontologies|
|27 February 2018||Ian Kenway||Cybersecurity in the post-Snowden era: A progress report on MaidSafe’s SAFE Network|
|27 February 2018||Steve Neale||CorCenCC: The National Corpus of Contemporary Welsh|
|6 March 2018||Niall Twomey||Context and uncertainty in transfer and active learning|
|13 March 2018||Niels Peek||Opportunities and challenges of learning health systems|
|20 March 2018||Richard Booth||Quantifying disagreement in argument-based reasoning|
|20 March 2018||Padraig Corcoran||A distributed model for achieving location privacy in online route planning|
|27 March 2018||Victor Gutierrez||A brief look at temporal description logics|
|27 March 2018||Vigneshwaran Muralidaran||Construction grammar approach for Tamil dependency parsing|
|3 April 2018||Alun Preece||Coalitions of things: Supporting intelligence tasks via Internet of Things approaches|
Find out more
Please direct all questions about this research seminar programme to the co-ordinator Dr Padraig Corcoran.