|08:30-08:40||Welcome & Introduction|
|08:40-09:00||Evana Gizzi, Lisa Le Vie, Matthias Scheutz, Vasanth Sarathy and Jivko Sinapov: A Generalized Framework for Detecting Anomalies in Real-Time Using Contextual Information|
|09:00-09:20||Jiman Kim and Changjong Park: Attribute Dissection of Urban Road Scenes for Efficient Dataset Integration|
|09:20-09:40||Johannes Ude, Bianca Schüller, Rebekah Wegener and Jörg Cassens: A Pipeline for Extracting Multi-Modal Markers for Meaning in Lectures|
|09:45-09:50||Aishwarya Chhabra, Amit Sangroya and C. Anantaram: Poster pitch: Formalizing and Verifying Natural Language System Requirements using Petri Nets and Context-based Reasoning|
|09:50-09:55||Uwe Köckemann, Marjan Alirezaie, Lars Karlsson and Amy Loutfi: Poster pitch: Integrating Ontologies for Context-based Constraint-based Planning|
|09:55-10:00||Ana Petrovska and Florian Grigoleit: Poster pitch: Towards Context Modeling for Dynamic Collaborative Embedded Systems in Open Context|
|10:30-10:50||Poster Session: Presentation & discussion of posters pitched at the end of previous session|
|10:50-11:10||Ilir Kola, Catholijn M. Jonker and M. Birna van Riemsdijk: Modelling the Social Environment: Towards Socially Adaptive Electronic Partners|
|11:10-11:30||Myrthe L. Tielman, Catholijn M. Jonker and M. Birna van Riemsdijk: What should I do? Deriving norms from actions, values and context|
|11:35-11:55||Tetiana Parshakova and Dae-Shik Kim: Latent Question Interpretation Through Parameter Adaptation Using Stochastic Neuron|
|11:55-12:15||Marcus Ströbel, Elma Kerz, Daniel Wiechmann and Yu Qiao: Text Genre Classification Based on Linguistic Complexity Contours Using A Recurrent Neural Network|
The joined workshops for IJCAI-ECAI, ICML and AAMAS were scheduled to take place July 13-15. MRC was a half day workshop on Friday, 13.07.18, 08:30-12:30, in room K22 of Stockholmsmässan.
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 last one half 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 one panel discussion session, dedicated to one specific issue. The suggested issue is "Learning to recognise and change context in autonomous systems", but is subject to change dependent on the interests of the attendees and the nature of submissions. The goal of the panels is to discuss the various approaches to 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, but guided discussion summarising the most important lessons learned.
Industry representatives are invited to display context related demonstrations during the workshop.
MRC strongly focuses on interactivity and discussion. Therefore, we do not plan to have an invited speaker.
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