Program Thursday, September 28th

Registration opens at 8:30 (LogistikCampus, Foyer).

9:00 – 10:00 Invited Talk: Pierre Baldi
Deep Learning: Theory, Algorithms, and Applications in the Natural Sciences
(abstract)
(Lecture Hall of LogistikCampus; Chair: Johannes Fürnkranz)
10:00 – 10:30 Coffee Break
10:30 – 12:30 Technical Session #3: Optimisation and Machine Learning
(Lecture Hall of LogistikCampus; Session Chair: Johannes Fürnkranz)

Oliver Kramer. Evolving Kernel PCA Pipelines with Evolution Strategies

Almuth Meier and Oliver Kramer. An Experimental Study of Dimensionality Reduction Methods

Paul Kaufmann and Roman Kalkreuth. Parametrizing Cartesian Genetic Programming: An Empirical Study

Ahcène Boubekki, Claudio Leonardo Lucchesi, Ulf Brefeld and Wolfgang Stille. Propagating Maximum Capacities for Recommendation

Felix Mohr, Theodor Lettmann and Eyke Hüllermeier. ITN Planning: Planning with Independent Task Networks

Marcus Soll and Malte Vosgerau. ClassifyHub: An Algorithm to Classify GitHub Repositories

Albin Zehe, Martin Becker, Fotis Jannidis and Andreas Hotho. Towards Sentiment Analysis on German Literature

Jochen Weiner, Lorenz Diener, Simon Stelter, Eike Externest, Sebastian Kühl, Christian Herff, Felix Putze, Timo Schulze, Mazen Salous, Hui Liu, Dennis Küster and Tanja Schultz. Bremen Big Data Challenge 2017: Predicting University Cafeteria Load

12:30 – 14:00 Lunch Break
14:00 – 15:30 Technical Session #4: Vision and Uncertainty
(Lecture Hall of LogistikCampus; Session Chair: Christoph Beierle)

Ahmed M. H. Abdel-Fattah and Wael Zakaria. Employing a Restricted set of Qualitative Relations in Recognizing Plain Sketches

Gereon Hinz, Guang Chen, Muhammad Aafaque, Florian Röhrbein, Jörg Conradt, Zhenshan Bing, Zhongnan Qu, Walter Stechele and Alois Knoll Online Multi-Object Tracking-by-Clustering for Intelligent Transportation System with Neuromorphic Vision Sensor

Max Schröder, Stefan Lüdtke, Sebastian Bader, Frank Krüger and Thomas Kirste. LiMa: Sequential Lifted Marginal Filtering on Multiset State Descriptions

Tanya Braun and Ralf Möller. Preventing Groundings and Handling Evidence in the Lifted Junction Tree Algorithm

Heiko Paulheim. A Robust Number Parser based on Conditional Random Fields

15:30 – 16:00 Coffee Break
16:00 – 17:30 Historical Session: Ulrich Furbach, Katharina Morik, Hans-Helmut Nagel, Bernd Neumann, and Jörg Siekmann. (Lecture Hall of LogistikCampus)
20:00 – 20:00 Conference Dinner (doors open at 19:30)

Long paper and sister conference presentations (plain font) are 15 + 5 minutes presentations, short paper presentations (italics) are 7 + 3 minutes presentations.