Accepted papers


  • 3: Ivan Kramosil. Possibilistic Measures Taking Their Values in Inclusion-Closed Fragments of Power-Sets
  • 9: Minh DAO Tran, Thomas Eiter and Thomas Krennwallner. Realizing Default Logic over Description Logic Knowledge Bases
  • 10: Andres R. Masegosa, Andres Cano and Serafin Moral. A Bayesian random split to build ensembles of classification trees
  • 11: Mohua Banerjee and Didier Dubois. A simple modal logic for reasoning about revealed beliefs
  • 12: Vasiliki Efstathiou and Anthony Hunter. An algorithm for generating arguments in classical predicate logic
  • 14: Enrique Miranda, Inés Couso and Pedro Gil. Upper probabilities attainable by distributions of measurable selections
  • 17: Philippe Besnard, Eric Grégoire and Sébastien Ramon. A Default Logic Patch for Default Logic
  • 18: Petr Savicky and Jirka Vomlel. Triangulation heuristics for BN2O networks
  • 21: Patrick Bosc and Olivier Pivert. Anti-division queries with ordinal layered preferences
  • 22: Lavinia Ciungu. On the convergence with fixed regulator in residuated structures
  • 23: laurence cholvy. Using Logic to understand relations between DSmT and Dempster-Shafer Theory
  • 24: Vikram Krishnamurthy. Optimal Threshold Policies for Multivariate Stopping-Time POMDPs
  • 25: Gustavo Bodanza and Marcelo Auday. Social Argument Justification. Some Mechanisms and Conditions for their Coincidence
  • 26: Jianbing Ma, Weiru Liu and Anthony Hunter. The Non-Archimedean Polynomials and Merging of Stratified Knowledge Bases
  • 27: Hélène Fargier and Nic Wilson. Local Computation Schemes with Partially Ordered Preferences
  • 29: Thomas Burger and Alice Caplier. A Generalization of the Pignistic Transform for Partial Bet
  • 31: Barry R. Cobb, Rafael Rumi and Antonio Salmeron. Predicting Stock and Portfolio Returns Using Mixtures of Truncated Exponentials
  • 32: Marie-Helene Masson and Thierry Denoeux. Belief functions and cluster ensembles
  • 33: Fernando Bobillo and Umberto Straccia. Supporting Fuzzy Rough Sets in Fuzzy Description Logics
  • 34: Didier Dubois and Hélène Fargier. Capacity refinements and their application to qualitative decision evaluation
  • 35: Sébastien Destercke and Didier Dubois. Can the minimum rule of possibility theory be extended to belief functions?
  • 37: Omar Doukari, Eric Würbel and Robert Jeansoulin. Semantics for Local Belief Revision Using C-structure Model
  • 38: Emad Saad. Probabilistic Reasoning By SAT Solvers
  • 40: Qi Feng, Xuezhong Zhou, Houkuan Huang and Xiaoping Zhang. An Uncertainty-based Belief Selection Method for POMDP Value Iteration
  • 41: Ofer Arieli and Anna Zamansky. Non-Deterministic Distance Semantics for Handling Incomplete and Inconsistent Data
  • 43: Srdjan Vesic and Leila Amgoud. On Revising Argumentation-Based Decision Systems
  • 44: Simone Bova. Soft Constraints Processing over Divisible Residuated Lattices
  • 45: Martin Moguillansky, Nicolás Rotstein, Marcelo A. Falappa and Guillermo R. Simari. Generalized Abstract Argumentation: Handling Arguments in FOL Fragments
  • 46: Giulianella Coletti, Romano Scozzafava and Barbara Vantaggi. Integrated likelihood in a finitely additive setting
  • 48: Hélène Soubaras. An Evidential Measure of Risk in Evidential Markov Chains
  • 50: Prakash P. Shenoy and James Cully West. Inference in hybrid Bayesian networks with deterministic variables
  • 51: M. Julia Flores, José A. Gámez, Ana M. Martinez and José M. Puerta. HODE: Hidden One-Dependence Estimator
  • 52: Raouia Ayachi and Nahla Ben Amor. Brain tumor segmentation using Support Vector Machines
  • 54: Bernadette Bouchon-meunier, Giulianella Coletti, Marie-Jeanne Lesot and Maria Rifqi. Towards a conscious choice of a similarity measure: a qualitative point of view
  • 57: Lilian Blaser, Matthias Ohrnberger, Carsten Riggelsen and Frank Scherbaum. Bayesian Belief Network for Tsunami Warning Decision Support
  • 58: Peter R. de Waal. Marginals of DAG-Isomorphic Independence Models
  • 59: Mohua Banerjee and Md Aquil Khan. A Logic for Complete Information Systems
  • 60: Jonathan Lawry and Ines Gonzalez-Rodriguez. Generalised Label Semantics as a Model of Epistemic Vagueness
  • 61: JOAQUIN ABELLAN and ANDRES MASEGOSA. An experimental study about simple decision trees for bagging ensemble on datasets with classification noise
  • 62: Andrés Cano, Manuel Gómez-Olmedo and Serafín Moral. Binary Probability Trees for Bayesian Networks Inference
  • 63: Jörg Beyer, Kai Heesche, Werner Hauptmann, Clemens Otte and Rudolf Kruse. Ensemble Learning for Multi-Source Information Fusion
  • 64: Mariette SERAYET, Pierre DRAP and odile papini. Encoding the Revision of partially preordered information in Answer Set Programming
  • 66: Fabio Cuzzolin. Complexes of outer consonant approximations
  • 67: Fabio Cuzzolin. The intersection probability and its properties
  • 70: Fangkai Yang, Guilin Qi and Zhisheng Huang. A Distance-based Operator to Revising Ontologies in DL SHOQ
  • 71: Linda van der Gaag, Silja Renooij, Wilma Steeneveld and Henk Hogeveen. When in doubt ... be indecisive
  • 72: Laurent Miclet and Henri Prade. Handling Analogical Proportions in Classical Logic and Fuzzy Logics Settings
  • 74: Henri Prade, Agnès Rico, Mathieu Serrurier and Eric Raufaste. Elicitating Sugeno integrals: Methodology and a case study
  • 75: Pietro Baroni, Federico Cerutti, Massimiliano Giacomin and Giovanni Guida. Encompassing Attacks to Attacks in Abstract Argumentation Frameworks
  • 76: Anthony Hunter and Weiru Liu. Knowledge Base Stratification and Merging Based on Degree of Support
  • 77: ilyes jenhani, Salem Benferhat and Zied Elouedi. On the Use of Clustering in Possibilistic Decision Tree Induction
  • 79: Mauro J. Gómez Lucero, Carlos Iván Chesñevar and Guillermo R. Simari. Modelling Argument Accrual in Possibilistic Defeasible Logic Programming
  • 80: Giovanni Casini and Hykel Hosni. A note on Cumulative Stereotypical Reasoning
  • 81: Helge Langseth, Thomas D. Nielsen, Rafael Rumi and Antonio Salmeron. Maximum Likelihood Learning of Conditional MTE Distributions
  • 82: Leila Amgoud and Florence Dupin de Saint Cyr. Extracting the core of a persuasion dialog to evaluate its quality
  • 83: Ildiko Flesch and Peter Lucas. The Probabilistic Interpretation of Model-based Diagnosis
  • 84: Jiuzhen Liang, Mirko Navara and Thomas Vetterlein. Different representations of fuzzy vectors
  • 85: Laurent GARCIA, Stéphane NGOMA and Pascal NICOLAS. Dealing automatically with exceptions by introducing specificity in ASP
  • 86: Marco Baioletti, Giuseppe Busanello and Barbara Vantaggi. Acyclic directed graphs to represent conditional independence models
  • 88: David Gacquer, Sylvain Piechowiak, Véronique Delcroix and François Delmotte. On the effectiveness of diversity when training Multiple Classifier Systems
  • 89: Alex Aussem, Sergio De Morais, Florence Perraud and Sophie Rome. Robust gene selection from microarray data with a novel Markov boundary learning method: Application to diabetes analysis
  • 90: Sébastien Konieczny. Using True Ordinal Conditional Functions
  • 92: Alessio Benavoli and Cassio De Campos. Inference from multinomial data based on a MLE-dominance criterion
  • 94: Jean-François Condotta, Souhila Kaci, Pierre Marquis and Nicolas Schwind. Merging Qualitative Constraints Networks Using Propositional Logic
  • 98: Ildiko Flesch and Eric Postma. Simplifying Learning in Non-repetitive Dynamic Bayesian Networks
  • 99: Guido Boella, Souhila Kaci and Leon van der Torre. Dynamics in Argumentation with Single Extensions: Abstraction Principles and the Grounded Extension
  • 100: Julien Hué, Odile Papini and Eric Wurbel. Merging belief bases represented by logic programs
  • 102: Aleksandar Perovic, Zoran Ognjanovic, Miodrag Raskovic and Zoran Markovic. Qualitative possibilities and necessities
  • 103: Mohamed Anis Bach Tobji, Boutheina Ben Yaghlane and Khaled Mellouli. Incremental Maintenance of Frequent Itemsets in Evidential Databases
  • 104: Zina Ibrahim, Ahmed Tawfik and Alioune Ngom. Surprise-based Qualitative Probabilistic Networks
  • 110: Sourour Ammar, Philippe Leray, Boris Defourny and Louis Wehenkel. Probability density estimation by perturbing and combining tree structured Markov networks
  • 111: Montassar Ben Messaoud, Philippe Leray and Nahla Ben Amor. Integrating Ontological Knowledge for Iterative Causal Discovery and Visualization
  • 112: Safa Yahi and Salem Benferhat. Complexity and Cautiousness Results for Reasoning from Partially Preordered Belief Bases
  • 114: Pilar Dellunde, Lluis Godo and Enrico Marchioni. Exploring extensions of possibilistic logic over Godel logic
  • 116: Stefano Aguzzoli, Brunella Gerla and Vincenzo Marra. Algebras of Fuzzy Sets in Logics based on Continuous Triangular Norms
  • 117: Pietro Codara, Ottavio M. D'Antona and Vincenzo Marra. Open Partitions and Probability Assignments in Gödel Logic