MRC (WS19) @ IJCAI 2017 – Ninth International Workshop Modelling and Reasoning in Context – August 21, 2017
Mon, August 21 – 8:30-18:00 – Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre, Room MCEC 215
|08:30-10:00||MRC Session I|
|08:30-08:40||Introduction and welcome|
|08:40-09:20||Peigen Xu and Charibeth Cheng: Factors that Affect Emotion Elicited from News Readers [ View PDF ]|
|09:20-10:00||Rebekah Wegener, Christian Kohlschein and Jörg Cassens: Modelling Context for Emotion Recognition During Literary Text Reading [ View PDF ]|
|10:30-12:30||MRC Session II|
|10:30-11:10||Guided Discussion: Sensing|
|11:10-11:50||Khadija Vakeel and Sanjog Ray: Why Explanations Matter? A Study on Explanations in Context based Recommendations [ View PDF ]|
|11:50-12:30||Rebekah Wegener and Jörg Cassens: Understanding Importance in Context: multi-modal markers for context dependent information extraction [ View PDF ]|
|14:00-16:00||MRC Session III|
|14:00-14:40||Guided Discussion: Reacting|
|14:40-15:20||C. Anantaram and Amit Sangroya: Contextualizing Customer Complaints by Identifying Latent Beliefs and Tailoring a Chatbot’s Dialog through Epistemic Reasoning [ View PDF ]|
|15:20-16:00||Zhijie Yin, Cheng Wu and Yiming Wang: Bayesian Contextual Opportunistic Channel Accessibility Modeling in Railway Cognitive Radio [ View PDF ]|
|16:30-18:00||MRC Session IV|
|16:30-17:10||Guided Discussion: Reasoning|
|17:10-17:50||Open Discussion: Further Steps and Lessons Learned|
|17:50-18:00||Wrapping-up and good bye|
Besides contributed papers, this workshop will offer organised and open spaces for targeted discussions. A balanced mix of peer reviewed paper presentations, organised panel discussion sessions, industry input, and open discussion time should make the workshop a dynamic and attractive venue.
The workshop will take place on Monday, August 21. It will last one full day and will have three main types of interaction.
The first type will consist of short presentations of the accepted papers. The goal of these sessions is to introduce the work of all the participants.
The second type will consist of three guided discussion sessions, each dedicated to specific issues raised by the papers presented. The three discussion session will focus on "Sensing", "Reacting" and "Reasoning". The goal of these guided discussions is to discuss the various approaches to each of these basic issues and to identify the critical problems in need of attention and the most promising research directions.
The workshop will be concluded with the last type, an open discussion summarising the most important lessons learned ad Identifying future activities.
Industry representatives are invited to display context related demonstrations during the workshop.
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