Information for Poster Presentation

Posters will be organized in the Poster Area (Clarion Congress Hotel Prague, 3rd floor foyer) according to topics and numbers.
Posters can be set up in the Poster Area from 7:30 and must be removed the same day by 19:00 at the latest.
Those posters which will remain in the Poster Area after its closing will not be kept. 
The poster sessions will take place during lunch break.
Topics on August 20
Keywords: Agent-based and Multi-agent Systems
Topics on August 21
Keywords: Machine Learning and Data Mining; Planning and Scheduling; Robotics, Sensing, and Vision; Uncertainty in AI
PAIS Posters
Topics on August 22
Keywords: Constraints, Satisfiability, and Search; Knowledge Representation, Reasoning, and Logic; Multidisciplinary Topics; Natural Language Processing; Web and Knowledge-based Information Systems


Poster boards’ dimensions (including frames) will be 100 cm in width and 200 cm in height. To keep good legibility of the poster, we recommend a maximum size of 95 cm (37.4 inches) in width and 100 cm (39.4 inches) in length. Pins for fastening the posters will be available in the Poster Area. 

Posters: Wednesday 

Keywords: Agent-based and Multi-agent Systems
Noised Diffusion Dynamics with Individual Biased Opinion
Fuhan Yan, Zhaofeng Li, and Yichuan Jiang
Trustworthy Advice
Nardine Osman, Patricia Gutierrez, and Carles Sierra
Probabilistic Argumentation with Incomplete Information
Anthony Hunter, and Matthias Thimm
Coordinated Team Learning and Difference Rewards for Distributed Intrusion Response
Kleanthis Malialis, Sam Devlin, and Daniel Kudenko
Suboptimal Variants of the Conflict-Based Search Algorithm for the Multi-Agent Pathfinding Problem
Max Barer, Guni Sharon, Roni Stern, and Ariel Felner
Checking The Correctness of Agent Designs Against Model-Based Requirements
Yoosef Abushark, Michael  Winikoff, Tim Miller, James Harland, and John Thangarajah
Election Attacks with Few Candidates
Yongjie Yang
Surrogate-Agent Modeling for Improved Training
Ales Tavcar, Bostjan Kaluza, Marcel Kvassay, Bernhard Schneider, and Matjaz Gams
Argumentation Frameworks Features: an Initial Study
Mauro Vallati, Federico Cerutti, and Massimiliano Giacomin
A First Comparison of Abstract Argumentation Reasoning-Tools
Stefano Bistarelli, Fabio Rossi, and Francesco Santini
Learning non-cooperative behaviour for dialogue agents
Ioannis Efstathiou, and Oliver Lemon
Analyzing the tradeoff between efficiency and cost of norm enforcement in stochastic environments
Moser Silva Fagundes, Sascha Ossowski, and Felipe Meneguzzi
A weakening of independence in judgment aggregation: agenda separability
Jérôme Lang, Marija Slavkovik, and Srdjan Vesic
Multiobjective Prices of Stability and Anarchy for Multiobjective Games
Anisse Ismaili
Faustian Dynamics in Sarkar's Social Cycle
Svetlana Obraztsova, Zinovi Rabinovich, and Alexandra Madunts
Community Detection based on a Naming Game
Thaís Gobet Uzun, and Carlos Henrique Costa Ribeiro
Semantical Information Graph Model toward Fast Information Valuation in Large Teamwork
Yulin Zhang, Yang Xu, Haixiao Hu, and Xianggen Liu
Negotiation to Execute Continuous Long-Term Tasks
Valeriia Haberland, Simon Miles, and Michael Luck
On Computing Explanations in Abstract Argumentation
Xiuyi Fan, and Francesca Toni
An Intelligent Threat Prevention Framework with Heterogeneous Information
Wenjun Ma, and Weiru Liu
SP-MCTS-based Intention Scheduling for BDI Agents
Yuan Yao, Brian Logan, and John Thangarajah
Dynamic Taxi Pricing
Cheng Zeng, and Nir Oren
STIT is dangerously undecidable
François Schwarzentruber, and Caroline Semmling
Simultaneous Tracking and Activity Recognition (STAR) using Advanced Agent-Based Behavioral Simulations
Arsène Fansi Tchango, Vincent Thomas, Olivier Buffet, Fabien Flacher, and Alain Dutech
How good is the Shapley Value-based approach to the influence maximization problem?
Kamil Adamczewski, Szymon Matejczyk, and Tomasz P. Michalak
On the Use of Target Sets for Move Selection in Multi-Agent Debates
Dionysios Kontarinis, Elise Bonzon, Nicolas Maudet, and Pavlos Moraitis
Multi Agent Learning of Relational Action Models
Christophe Rodrigues, Henry Soldano, Gauvain Bourgne, and Céline Rouveirol
Spatial evolutionary game-theoretic perspective on agent-based complex negotiations
Siqi Chen, Jianye Hao, Gerhard Weiss, Karl Tuyls, and Ho-fung Leung
ADS2: Anytime Distributed Supervision of Distributed Systems that Face Unreliable or Costly Communication
Cédric Herpson, Amal El Fallah Seghrouchni, and Vincent Corruble
Estimating Trust from Agents' Interactions via Commitments
Anup K. Kalia, Zhe Zhang, and Munindar P. Singh
Actions with Durations and Failures in BDI Languages
Louise A. Dennis, and Michael Fisher
Social Computing in JaCaMo
Matteo Baldoni, Cristina Baroglio, and Federico Capuzzimati
How Hard Is It to Control an Election by Breaking Ties?
Nicholas Mattei, Nina Narodytska, and Toby Walshi

Posters: Thursday

Keywords: Machine Learning and Data Mining; Planning and Scheduling; Robotics, Sensing, and Vision; Uncertainty in AI;
PAIS Posters
Probabilistic Active Learning: A Short Proposition
Georg Krempl, Daniel Kottke, and Myra Spiliopoulou
Bounded Intention Planning Revisited
Silvan Sievers, Martin Wehrle, and Malte Helmert
Detection and Quantification of Hand Eczema by Visible Spectrum Skin Pattern Analysis
Christoph Suter, Alexander Navarini, Marc Pouly, Ruedi Arnold, Florian S. Gutzwiller, René Meier, and Thomas Koller
Sensitivity of Multi-dimensional Bayesian Classifiers
Janneke H. Bolt, and Silja Renooij
Using Ensemble Techniques and Multi-Objectivization to Solve Reinforcement Learning Problems
Tim Brys, Matthew E. Taylor, and Ann Nowe
On the Usage of Behavior Models to Detect ATM Fraud
Timo Klerx, Maik Anderka, and Hans Kleine Büning
Utility-Based HTN Planning
Ilche Georgievski, and Alexander Lazovik
Conditioned Belief Propagation Revisited
Thomas Geier, Felix Richter, and Susanne Biundo
Analysis of interval-based possibilistic networks
Salem Benferhat, Sylvain Lagrue, and Karim Tabia
Post-processing a classifier's predictions: Strategies and empirical evaluation
Salem Benferhat, Karim Tabia, Mouaad Kezih, and Mahmoud Taibi
Off-Policy Shaping Ensembles in Reinforcement Learning
Anna Harutyunyan, Tim Brys, Peter Vrancx, and Ann Nowé
Planning with Ensembles of Classifiers
Alberto Garbajosa, Tomas de la Rosa, and Raquel Fuentetaja
Momentum Online LDA for Large-scale Datasets
Jihong Ouyang, You Lu, and Ximing Li
Probabilistic Two-Level Anomaly Detection for Correlated Systems
Bin Tong, Tetsuro Morimura, Einoshin Suzuki and Tsuyoshi Idé
Comparing Data Distribution Using Fading Histograms
Raquel Sebastião, João Gama and Teresa Mendonça
Width-based Algorithms for Classical Planning: New Results
Nir Lipovetzky, and Hector Geffner
Modeling Gaze Mechanisms for Grounding in HRI
Gregor Mehlmann, Kathrin Janowski, Tobias Baur, Markus Häring, Elisabeth André, and Patrick Gebhard
An Approximate Counting for Big Textual Data Streams
Rudy Raymond, Teruo Koyanagi, and Takayuki Osogami
Adaptive Active Learning as a Multi-armed Bandit Problem
Wojciech Marian Czarnecki, and Igor T. Podolak
Mining Balanced Sequential Patterns in RTS Games
Guillaume Bosc, Mehdi Kaytoue, Chedy Raïssi, Jean-François Boulicaut, and Philip Tan
Using multiple contexts to distinguish standing from sitting with a single accelerometer
Hristijan Gjoreski, Simon Kozina, Mitja  Luštrek, and Matjaž Gams
A Privacy-preserving Model for the Multi-agent Propositional Planning Problem
Andrea Bonisoli, Alfonso Emilio Gerevini, Alessandro Saetti, and Ivan Serina
Emotional Trends in Social Media - A State Space Approach
Sören Volgmann, Francisco Rangel, Oliver Niggemann, and Paolo Rosso
Generating Multiagent Plans by Distributed Intersection of Finite State Machines
Jan Tožička, Jan Jakubův, and Antonín Komenda
Video Event Recognition by Dempster-Shafer Theory
Xin Hong, Yan Huang, Wenjun Ma, Paul Miller, Weiru Liu, and Huiyu Zhou
Transductive Learning for Multi-Task Copula Processes
Markus Schneider, and Fabio Ramos
Finding good stochastic factored policies for factored Markov decision processes
Julia Radoszycki, Nathalie Peyrard, and Régis Sabbadin
A New Study of Two Divergence Metrics for Change Detection in Data Streams
Abdulhakim Qahtan, Suojin Wang, Raymond Carroll, and Xiangliang  Zhang

Posters: Friday

Keywords: Constraints, Satisfiability, and Search; Knowledge Representation, Reasoning, and Logic; Multidisciplinary Topics; Natural Language Processing; Web and Knowledge-based Information Systems
Local Image Descriptor Inspired by Visual Cortex
Hui Wei, and Zheng Dong
Social network data analysis for event detection
Dario Garcia-Gasulla, Sergio Alvarez-Napagao, Arturo Tejeda-Gómez, Luis Oliva-Felipe, Ignasi Gómez-Sebastià, Javier Bejar, and Javier Vázquez-Salceda
A Concise Horn Theory for RCC8
Matthias Westphal, and Julien Hué
(Co)evolution Leads towards ROMAs
Jan Paredis
Enforcing Solutions in Constraint Networks
Éric Grégoire, Jean-Marie Lagniez, and Bertrand Mazure
Generation of Relevant Spreadsheet Repair Candidates
Birgit Hofer, Rui Abreu, Alexandre Perez, and Franz Wotawa
Unsupervised semantic clustering of Twitter hashtags
Carlos Vicient, and Antonio Moreno
An Optimal Iterative Algorithm for Extracting MUCs in a Black-box Constraint Network
Philippe Laborie
A Logic of Part and Whole for Buffered Geometries
Heshan Du, and Natasha Alechina
A deductive approach to the identification and description of clusters in Linked Open Data
Simona Colucci, Silvia Giannini, Francesco M. Donini, and Sciascio Di Eugenio
Rational Deployment of Multiple Heuristics in IDA*
David Tolpin, Oded Betzalel, Ariel Felner, Solomon Eyal Shimony
Assertional-based Prioritized Removed Sets Revision of DL-LiteR Knowledge Bases
Salem Benferhat, Zied Bouraoui, Odile Papini, and Eric Würbel
Inconsistency resolution and global conflicts
Cristhian Deagustini, Maria Vanina Martinez, Marcelo A.  Falappa, and Guillermo R Simari
AGDISTIS - Agnostic Disambiguation of Named Entities Using Linked Open Data
Ricardo Usbeck, Axel-Cyrille Ngonga Ngomo, Michael Röder, Daniel Gerber, Sandro Athaide Coelho, Sören Auer, and Andreas Both
Fuzzy Logic for Preferences expressible by convolutions
Krystian Jobczyk, Maroua Bouzid, Antoni Ligęza, and Jerzy Karczmarczuk
From Disjunctive to Normal Logic Programs via Unfolding and Shifting
Yi Zhou
Exploiting the Semantic Web for Systems Diagnosis
Anika Schumann, Freddy Lécué, and Joern Ploennigs
From Formal Requirements on Technical Systems to Complete Designs - A Holistic Approach
Björn Böttcher, Natalia Moriz, and Oliver Niggemann
Combining Reasoning on Semantic Web Metadata
Loris Bozzato, and Luciano Serafini
A Decomposition Approach for Discovering Discriminative Motifs in a Sequence Database
David Lesaint, Deepak Mehta, Barry O'Sullivan, and Vincent Vigneron
Comparing Models for Spreadsheet Fault Localization
Birgit Hofer, and Franz Wotawa
Predicting Agents' Behavior by Measuring their Social Preferences
Kan-Leung  Cheng, Inon Zuckerman, Dana S. Nau, and Jennifer Golbeck
Quality in Quantity -- Relative Direction Constraints using Sector Sets around Oriented Points
André van Delden
Propositional Merging and Judgment Aggregation: Two Compatible Approaches?
Patricia Everaere, Sébastien Konieczny, and Pierre Marquis
Heuristics to Increase Observability in Spectrum-based Fault Localization
Claudio Landi, Arjan van Gemund, and Marina Zanella
Fast Instantiation of GGP Game Descriptions Using Prolog with Tabling
Jean-Noël Vittaut, and Jean Méhat
Timeout-Sensitive Portfolio Approach to Enumerating Minimal Correction Subsets for Satisfiability Problems
Yuri Malitsky, Barry O'Sullivan, Alessandro Previti, and Joao Marques-Silva
Introducing Hierarchical Adversarial Search, a Scalable Search Procedure for Real-Time Strategy Game
Marius Stanescu, Nicolas A. Barriga, and Michael Buro
Prime Implicates Based Inconsistency Characterization
Said Jabbour, Yue Ma, Badran Raddaoui, and Lakhdar Sais
DL-Lite and Interval Temporal Logics: a Marriage Proposal
Alessandro Artale, Davide Bresolin, Angelo Montanari, Guido Sciavicco, and Vladislav Ryzhikov
Imitative Leadsheet Generation with User Constraints
François Pachet, and Pierre Roy
From Default and Autoepistemic Logics to Disjunctive Answer Set Programs via the Logic of GK
Jianmin Ji, and Hannes Strass
An Algorithm for the Penalized Multiple Choice Knapsack Problem
Elizabeth Hilliard, Amy Greenwald, and Victor Naroditskiy