Program > Slides


Invited talks:


  • Cognitive Logics, and the Relevance of Nonmontonic Formal Logics for Human-Centred AI, Gabriele Kern-Isberner: slides
  • Learning Argumentation Frameworks, Francesca Toni: slides
  • Surfing the waves of explanation, Silja Renooij: slides




  • Data Lakes: a new Paradigm for Data Platforms and current Challenges, Anne Laurent: slides
  • How to use bibliometric indices (if you really must), Denis Bouyssou: slides 
  • An introduction to discrete robust optimization, Michael Poss: slides
  • A Glimpse into Statistical Relational AI: The Power of Indistinguishability, Tanya Braun: slides
  • On Incompleteness in Abstract Argumentation: Complexity and Expressiveness, Jean-Guy Mailly: slides
  • Faithful Geometric Models for Integrating Learning and Reasoning, Diedrich Wolter: slides



  • Characterizing Multipreference Closure with System W, Jonas Philipp Haldimann and Christoph Beierle: slides
  • Iterated conditionals, trivalent logics, and conditional random quantities, Lydia Castronovo and Giuseppe Sanfilippo: slides
  • Towards a Principle-based Approach for Case-based Reasoning, Leila Amgoud and Vivien Beuselinck: slides
  • From Forgetting Signature Elements to Forgetting Formulas in Epistemic States, Kai Sauerwald, Gabriele Kern-Isberner, Alexander Becker and Christoph Beierle: slides
  • A capacity-based semantics for inconsistency-tolerant inferences, Didier Dubois and Henri Prade: slides
  • An approach to inconsistency-tolerant reasoning about probability based on Łukasiewicz logic, Tommaso Flaminio, Lluis Godo and Sara Ugolini: slides
  • A Comparison of ASP-Based and SAT-Based Algorithms for the Contension Inconsistency Measure, Isabelle Kuhlmann, Anna Gessler, Vivien Laszlo and Matthias Thimm: slides
  • Identifying and repairing inconsistencies in preference elicitation, Loïc Adam and Sébastien Destercke: slides
  • Selecting the most relevant elements from a ranking over sets, Sébastien Konieczny, Stefano Moretti, Ariane Ravier and Paolo Viappiani: slides
  • Explanation of Pseudo-Boolean Functions using Cooperative Game Theory and Prime Implicants, Christophe Labreuche: slides
  • Tackling Uncertainty in Coalitional Games, Jean-Paul Doignon, Stefano Moretti and Meltem Özturk: slides
  • Explaining robust classification through prime implicants, Hénoïk Willot, Sébastien Destercke and Khaled Belahcene: slides
  • Logical proportions-related classification methods beyond analogy, Myriam Bounhas and Henri Prade: slides
  • Using analogical proportions for explanations, Suryani Lim, Henri Prade and Gilles Richard: slides
  • Analogical proportions, multivalued dependencies and explanations, Sebastian Link, Henri Prade and Gilles Richard: slides
  • Non-specificity-based Supervised Discretization for Possibilistic Classification, Ilyes Jenhani, Ghaith Khlifi, Panagiotis Sidiropoulos, Henk Jansen and George Frangou: slides
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