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Advances in Knowledge-Based Technologies Summer 2010, 2

Time: 
July 6, 2010 - 09:00 - 10:30
Location: 
SCCH, Room 0/2, Meierhof, Softwarepark Hagenberg
Event type: 
Seminar
Contact: 
Bernhard Moser and Roland Richter (organizers)
Description: 

Final Program

Session 1. Chair: Roland Richter

9:00 Henrike Stephani:
Comparing Feature Selection and Choice of Distances in Hierarchical Clustering
9:30 Verena Schlager:
Coherence Probe Microscopy 3D Image Processing - Structural Analysis
10:00 Wolfgang Heidl:
Classifier-based analysis of visual inspection: Significance subsumes stability

The goal of the seminar is to provide a compact overview on the current topics of bachelor, master and PhD studies both at the FLLL and the SCCH, while giving students an opportunity to present their work and to practice presenting in English.

The seminar is organized like a small conference with 20-30 minute talks, discussions, chairmen, coffee breaks, abstracts, etc.

For more information, see the Advances in Knowledge-Based Technologies page.

The seminar is co-organized together with the Advances in Integrated Software Sciences seminar.

Dates and deadlines:

  • Submission of titles: Thursday, 1 July 2010, 17:00
  • Submission of final papers: Friday, 2 July 2010, 17:00
  • Submission of presentations: Monday, 5 July 2010, 12:00
  • Download of abstracts available: Monday, 5 July 2010, 17:00

Abstracts

Abstracts of the seminar are available for download at the Advances in Knowledge-Based Technologies page.

Habilitationskolloquium Dr. Fabrizio Durante

Time: 
April 12, 2010 - 12:00 - 14:00
Location: 
JKU campus, Bankengebäude, room BA 9912
Event type: 
Lecture
Contact: 
Fabrizio Durante
Description: 

Advances in Copula Theory New techniques for multivariate stochastic models

David Tschumperle: PDE's on the space of patches for image denoising and registration

Time: 
March 17, 2010 - 13:45 - 15:00
Location: 
JKU campus, TNF Gebäude, room T211
Event type: 
Talk
Contact: 
Leila Muresan
Description: 

Here we propose to define a very simple transform able to map any multi-valued image into an Euclidean space of patches, such that each existing image patch is mapped into a single high-dimensional point.
We show that solving variational problems and PDE's on this particular space is a quite original way of finding the natural patch-based counterparts of some classical image processing techniques, such as anisotropic diffusion regularization and Lucas-Kanade registration methods. We end up with interesting variants of known patch-based algorithms, such as an anisotropic version of the Non Local Means algorithm and a variational block matching-based techniques with smoothness properties. We illustrate these non-local schemes by comparison results with corresponding non-variational and non-patch counterparts of the methods.

Advances in Knowledge-Based Technologies Summer 2010, 1

Time: 
April 7, 2010 - 15:00 - April 8, 2010 - 12:00
Location: 
SCCH, Room 0/2, Meierhof, Softwarepark Hagenberg
Event type: 
Seminar
Contact: 
Bernhard Moser and Roland Richter (organizers)
Description: 

Final Program

Session 1: Wednesday, 7 April, Chair: Bernhard Moser

15:00 Holger Schöner:
Time of Flight Camera Image Denoising Improvements
15:30 Jean-Luc Bouchot:
The Fast Discrepancy: Theory and Application

Session 2: Thursday, 8 April, Chair: Roland Richter

9:00 Bertran Steinsky:
Labyrinth Fractals
9:30 Bettina Heise:
Phase-based approaches in microscopy and OCT/CPM techniques
10:00 Verena Schlager:
Coherence Microscopy 3D Image Processing
10:30 Coffee break

Session 3: Thurday, 8 April, Chair: Bernhard Moser

10:45 Edwin Lughofer:
On Dynamic Soft Dimension Reduction in Evolving Fuzzy Classi fiers
11:15 Wolfgang Heidl:
Classifier-based analysis of visual inspection: Gender differences in decision-making

The goal of the seminar is to provide a compact overview on the current topics of bachelor, master and PhD studies both at the FLLL and the SCCH, while giving students an opportunity to present their work and to practice presenting in English.

The seminar is organized like a small conference with 20-30 minute talks, discussions, chairmen, coffee breaks, abstracts, etc.

For more information, see the Advances in Knowledge-Based Technologies page.

The seminar is co-organized together with the Advances in Integrated Software Sciences seminar.

Dates and deadlines:

  • Submission of titles: Wednesday, 31 March 2010, 12:00
  • Submission of final papers: Tuesday, 6 April 2010, 17:00
  • Submission of presentations: Wednesday, 7 April 2010, 12:00
  • Download of abstracts available: Wednesday, 7 April 2010, 17:00

Abstracts

Abstracts of the seminar are available for download at the Advances in Knowledge-Based Technologies page.

Advances in Integrated Software Sciences Summer 10, 1

Time: 
April 7, 2010 - 13:30 - 15:00
Location: 
SCCH, Room 0/2, Meierhof, Softwarepark Hagenberg
Event type: 
Seminar
Contact: 
Bernhard Moser and Roland Richter (organizers)
Description: 

Final Program

Session 1: Wednesday, 7 April, Chair: Roland Richter

13:30 Ulrich Brandstätter, Oliver Buchtala:
Plugin development with the flllip image processing library
14:00 Thomas Trenker, Tomas Kazmar:
KNIME Extensibility

The goal of the seminar is to exchange ideas and stimulate discussions on work currently done at FLLL and SCCH, while giving students an opportunity to present their work and to practice presenting in English.

The seminar is organized like a small conference with 20-30 minute talks, discussions, chairmen, coffee breaks, abstracts, etc.

For more information, see the Advances in Integrated Software Sciences page.

The seminar is co-organized together with the Advances in Knowledge-Based Technologies seminar.

Dates and deadlines:

  • Submission of titles: Wednesday, 31 March 2010, 12:00
  • Submission of final papers: Tuesday, 6 April 2010, 12:00
  • Submission of presentations: Tuesday, 6 April 2010, 17:00
  • Download of abstracts available: Wednesday, 7 April 2010, 9:00

Abstracts

Abstracts of the seminar are available for download at the Advances in Integrated Software Sciences page.

Advances in Integrated Software Sciences Winter 2009/10, 1

Time: 
February 2, 2010 - 09:00 - 12:00
Location: 
SCCH, Room 0/2, Meierhof, Softwarepark Hagenberg
Event type: 
Seminar
Contact: 
Bernhard Moser and Roland Richter (organizers)
Description: 

Final Program

Session 1 (Chair: Roland Richter)

9:00 Georg Buchgeher:
Tool Support for Continuous Software Architecture Analysis
9:30 Thomas Redenbach:
BvLib - The Image Processing Framework at the Fraunhofer ITWM
10:00 Coffee break

Session 2 (Chair: Thomas Natschläger)

10:15 Thomas Klambauer:
Generic Image Processing - Plug-ins in C++
10:45 Roland Richter:
Design rationale of the flllip image processing library

The goal of the seminar is to exchange ideas and stimulate discussions on work currently done at FLLL and SCCH, while giving students an opportunity to present their work and to practice presenting in English.

The seminar is organized like a small conference with 20-30 minute talks, discussions, chairmen, coffee breaks, abstracts, etc.

For more information, see the Advances in Integrated Software Sciences page.

The seminar is co-organized together with the Advances in Knowledge-Based Technologies seminar on the same day.

Dates and deadlines:

  • Submission of titles: Thursday, 28 January 2010, 12:00
  • Submission of final papers: Friday, 29 January 2010, 12:00
  • Submission of presentations: Monday, 1 February 2010, 16:00
  • Download of abstracts available: Monday, 1 February 2010, 16:00

Abstracts

Abstracts of the seminar are available for download at the Advances in Integrated Software Sciences page.

ASHMOSD

Short-Text: 

ASHMOSD = Austrian Structural Health Monitoring System Demonstrator

This project deals with the assurance of the structural integrity of components in aeroplanes, manufactured based on fibre re-inforced material. An important component therein is the detection of structural defects on the surfaces of these components. Methdologies such piezo sensors or phased arrays support the data acquisition part, where usually transient signals (with different sensors and actuators at different position of the aeroplane part) are recorded. These serve as input for further analysis in the fault detection component.

Partner: 

FFG

Current Switch: 
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Advances in Knowledge-Based Technologies Winter 2009/10, 2

Time: 
February 2, 2010 - 13:00 - 16:00
Location: 
SCCH Room 0/2, Meierhof, Softwarepark 21, Hagenberg
Event type: 
Seminar
Contact: 
Bernhard Moser and Roland Richter (organizers)
Description: 

Final Program

Session 1 (Chair: Roland Richter)

13:00 Bertran Steinsky:
Enumeration of Graphs related to Bayesian Networks
13:30 Christoph Roschger:
Bridges Between Fuzzy Logic and Linguistic Models of Vagueness
14:00 Coffee break

Session 2 (Chair: Thomas Natschläger)

14:15 Holger Schöner:
Improvements in Denoising of Time-of-Flight Camera measurements
14:45 Henrike Stephani:
Automatic Peak Detection for Terahertz Spectra
15:15 Wolfgang Heidl:
Men Take Moderately Higher Risks: Initial Results from a Visual Inspection Study

The goal of the seminar is to provide a compact overview on the current topics of bachelor, master and PhD studies both at the FLLL and the SCCH, while giving students an opportunity to present their work and to practice presenting in English.

The seminar is organized like a small conference with 20-30 minute talks, discussions, chairmen, coffee breaks, abstracts, etc.

For more information, see the Advances in Knowledge-Based Technologies page.

The seminar is co-organized together with the Advances in Integrated Software Sciences seminar on the same day.

Dates and deadlines:

  • Submission of titles: Thursday, 28 January 2010, 12:00
  • Submission of final papers: Friday, 29 January 2010, 12:00
  • Submission of presentations: Monday, 1 February 2010, 16:00
  • Download of abstracts available: Monday, 1 February 2010, 16:00

Abstracts

Abstracts of the seminar are available for download at the Advances in Knowledge-Based Technologies page.

Janos Botzheim: Bacterial Memetic Algorithms

Time: 
December 15, 2009 - 14:00 - 15:00
Location: 
SCCH, Room 0/2, Meierhof, Softwarepark Hagenberg
Event type: 
Talk
Contact: 
Edwin Lughofer
Description: 

Over the last decade, there has been increasingly interest in applying bacterial evolutionary algorithms for solving optimization problems. The bacterial evolutionary algorithm incorporates two operators based on microbial evolution phenomenon. The bacterial mutation optimizes the bacteria individually, whilst the gene transfer allows the bacteria to directly transfer information to other bacteria in the population.

Memetic algorithms combine an evolutionary algorithm with a local search procedure in order to speed up the evolutionary process making it more efficient and find a better, more accurate solution. In this presentation these ideas are combined and the bacterial memetic algorithm is introduced. This technique applies the bacterial approach incorporating a local search procedure, which is also applied for the optimization of fuzzy rule bases.

LINZ 2010 - 31st Linz Seminar on Fuzzy Set Theory

Time: 
February 9, 2010 - 09:00 - February 13, 2010 - 14:00
Location: 
Bildungszentrum St. Magdalena
Event type: 
Seminar
Contact: 
Erich Peter Klement
Description: 

Visit the LINZ2010 main page for information on paper submission, program, location, travel, etc.

Since their inception in 1979, the Linz Seminars on Fuzzy Set Theory have emphasized the development of mathematical aspects of fuzzy sets by bringing together researchers in fuzzy sets and established mathematicians whose work outside the fuzzy setting can provide directions for further research. The philosophy of the seminar has always been to keep it deliberately small and intimate so that informal critical discussions remain central.

LINZ 2010 will be the 31st seminar carrying on this tradition and is devoted to the theme “Lattice-Valued Logic and its Applications”. The goal of the seminar is present and discuss recent advances of mathematical fuzzy logic (understood in broader framework of lattice-valued logics) and concentrate on its applications in various areas of computer science, linguistics, and philosophy.

Accordingly, the topics of the Seminar will include but not be limited to Lattice-based logic:

  • Predicate, higher order, and modal fuzzy logics
  • Sematic, Proof theoretical, and Model theoretical approaches
  • Complexity considerations

and applications of that logic to

  • Knowledge representation
  • Reasoning with imperfect information
  • Hedges and intensifiers
  • Theories of vagueness
  • Artificial intelligence

The "Linz" tradition has these key features: the number of participants of the Linz Seminars is usually bounded above by 40 with broad international representation and a mix of pure and applied interests; there are no parallel sessions so that all participants focus on each presentation and fully engage each topic; and there is ample time for discussion of each presentation, with followup round tables for discussion of open problems and issues raised in the talks.

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