port de NiceBaie des Anges, Nice
Tenth International Conference on Scalable Uncertainty Management (SUM 2016)
Nice, France, September 21-23, 2016
Tenth International Conference on Scalable Uncertainty Management (SUM 2016)
Nice, France, September 21-23, 2016


Conference Schedule

Wednesday, September 21, 2016   

08:30-09:00     Registration
09:00-10:00     Keynote 1: Guy Van den Broeck
10:00-10:30     Coffee break
10:30-12:30     Session 1
12:30-14:00     Lunch
14:00-15:30     Tutorials 1
15:30-16:00     Coffee break
16:00-17:55     Session 2

18:30-20:00    Cocktail

Thursday, September 22, 2016    

09:00-10:00     Keynote 2: Jonathan Lawry
10:00-10:30     Coffee break
10:30-12:00     Tutorials 2
12:00-13:30     Lunch
13:30-15:30     Session 4
15:30-16:00     Coffee break
16:00-17:30     Tutorials 3

20:00-23:00    Gala Dinner at the Negresco

Friday, September 23, 2016      

09:00-10:00     Keynote 3: Eyke Hüllermeier (EurAI talk)
10:00-10:30     Coffee break
10:30-11:15     Tutorials 4
11:15-11:55     Session 5
11:55-13:30     Lunch
13:30-15:45     Tutorials 5
15:45-16:15     Coffee break
16:15-17:45     Session 6


Session 1 (Wednesday 10:30-12:30)

Olivier Pivert, Olfa Slama and Virginie Thion. Fuzzy Quantified Structural Queries to Fuzzy Graph Databases

Nicolas Marin and Daniel Sanchez. Generating Linguistic Descriptions of Data Using Fuzzy Set Theory

Henri Prade. Reasoning with data - A new challenge for AI?

Nawal Benabbou, Serena Di Sabatino Di Diodoro, Patrice Perny and Paolo Viappiani. Incremental Preference Elicitation in Multi-Attribute Domains for Choice and Ranking with the Borda Count

Nahla Benamor, Didier Dubois, Héla Gouider and Henri Prade. Graphical models for preference representation: An overview

Anne-Marie George and Nic Wilson. Preference Inference Based on Pareto Models

Tutorials 1 (Wednesday 14:00-15:30)

Benny Kimelfeld. Preference-based data repairing.

Angelika Kimmig. Probabilistic (logic) programming concepts.

Session 2 (Wednesday 16:00-17:55)

Carl Schultz, Mehul Bhatt and Jakob Suchan. Probabilistic Spatial Reasoning in Constraint Logic Programming

Srijan Kumar, Edoardo Serra, Francesca Spezzano and V.S. Subrahmanian. Metric Logic Program Explanations for Complex Separator Functions

Odile Papini, Jean-François Baget, Zied Bouraoui, Farid Nouioua and Eric Würbel. ∃-ASP for computing repairs with existential ontologies

Rafael Peñaloza and Nico Potyka. Probabilistic Reasoning in the Description Logic ALCP with the Principle of Maximum Entropy

Célia Da Costa Pereira, Andrea Tettamanzi and Serena Villata. A Belief-Based Approach to Measuring Message Acceptability

Francesco Santini. Graded Justification of Arguments via Inner- and Outer-directed Endogenous Features

Tutorials 2 (Thursday 10:30-12:00)

Gert de Cooman. Imprecise probability models: is ‘honest’ inference with reasonable efficiency possible?

Paolo Viappiani. Incremental preference elicitation: from multi-attribute decision problems to ranking and social choice.

Session 4 (Thursday 13:30-15:30)

Célia Da Costa Pereira, Mauro Dragoni, Andrea Tettamanzi and Serena Villata. Fuzzy Labeling for Abstract Argumentation: An Empirical Evaluation

Sarah Alice Gaggl and Umer Mushtaq. Intertranslatability of Labeling-based Argumentation Semantics

Abdallah Arioua, Madalina Croitoru, Laura Papaleo, Nathalie Pernelle and Swan Rocher. On the Explanation of SameAs Statements using Argumentation

Anthony Hunter. Persuasion Dialogues via Restricted Interfaces using Probabilistic Argumentation

Asma Belhadi, Didier Dubois, Faiza Khellaf-Haned and Henri Prade. Reasoning with multiple-agent possibilistic logic

Iván Palomares, Kim Bauters, Weiru Liu and Jun Hong. A Two-Stage Online Approach for Collaborative Multi-Agent Planning under Uncertainty

Tutorials 3 (Thursday 16:00-17:30)

Éric Duchêne. Combinatorial games: from theoretical solving to AI algorithms.

Jérôme Euzenat. Fixing knowledge in the distributed age.

Tutorials 4 (Friday 10:30-11:15)

Lluis Godo. A glimpse on weighted logics to reasoning about uncertainty, preferences, similarity and graded truth.

Session 5 (Friday 11:15-11:55)

Josef Bolt, Bob Coecke, Fabrizio Romano Genovese, Martha Lewis, Dan Marsden and Robin Piedeleu. Interacting Conceptual Spaces

Sarah Vluymans, Chris Cornelis and Yvan Saeys. Machine Learning for Bioinformatics: Uncertainty Management with Fuzzy Rough Sets

Tutorials 5 (Friday 13:30-15:45)

Karim Tabia. Possibilistic graphical models: From concepts to applications.

Ann Nowé. Reinforcement learning.

Leila Amgoud. Evaluation of arguments: trends and challenges.

Session 6 (Friday 16:15-17:45)

Laurence Cholvy. Diffusion of Opinion and Influence

Edoardo Serra, Francesca Spezzano and V.S. Subrahmanian. ChoiceGAPs: Competitive Diffusion as a Massive Multi-Player Game in Social Networks

Antoine Amarilli, Silviu Maniu and Mikaël Monet. Challenges for Efficient Query Evaluation on Structured Probabilistic Data

Philippe Besnard. Forgetting-based Inconsistency Measure

Ludmila Himmelspach and Stefan Conrad. A Possibilistic Multivariate Fuzzy c-Means Clustering Algorithm

Nicolas Marin, Gustavo Rivas-Gervilla and Daniel Sanchez. A measure of referential success based on alpha-cuts