1. Title: The Role of Software Operation Knowledge in Software Ecosystems

    Keynote Lecturer: Slinger Jansen
    Presented on: 01/11/2017, Funchal, Madeira, Portugal

    Abstract: Increasingly, software producing organizations collaborate in networks that have become known as software ecosystems. The intricate structures of platforms upon platforms enable rapid innovation like never before. In this talk, we explore how these platforms collect knowledge about the platform itself, the applications running on it, and the end-users that make use of these applications. Through examples and case studies is shown that software operation knowledge in software ecosystems is essential for creating better software, happier users, and more productive developers.

    Event's Website: ic3k.org/

    Presented at the following Event: IC3K, 9th International Joint Conference on Knowledge Discovery, Knowledge Engineering and Knowledge Management

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  2. Title: Using Ontologies to Deploy Work Flows: An Approach to Clinical Guideline Execution

    Keynote Lecturer: Paulo Novais
    Presented on: 03/11/2017, Funchal, Madeira, Portugal

    Abstract: Ontologies, as formal representations of the domain, capture the meaning of concepts in a domain and the relationships between them. Currently, many fields are harnessing the power of ontologies to enhance computational systems that perform sensitive tasks, to make them exchange information in a more efficient way and convey outputs in a more understandable manner. One of such fields is that of health care, particularly when it comes to Clinical Decision Support Systems. The deployment of Clinical Practice Guidelines in computational systems for clinical decision support has the potential to positively impact health care. However, current approaches to Computer-Interpretable Guidelines evidence a set of issues that leave them wanting. These issues are related with the lack of expressiveness of their underlying models, the complexity of knowledge acquisition with their tools, the absence of support to the clinical decision-making process, and the style of communication of Clinical Decision Support Systems implementing Computer-Interpretable Guidelines. Such issues pose as obstacles that prevent these systems from showing properties like modularity, flexibility, adaptability, and interactivity. All these properties reflect the concept of living guidelines. The CompGuide Framework for the development and deployment of Computer-Interpretable Guidelines addresses these limitations by using ontologies to increase the flexibility, adaptability and intervention of Clinical Decision Support Systems.

    Event's Website: ic3k.org/

    Presented at the following Event: IC3K, 9th International Joint Conference on Knowledge Discovery, Knowledge Engineering and Knowledge Management

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  3. Title: Knowledge Engineering through Process Mining - The Practice

    Keynote Lecturer: Linda Terlouw
    Presented on: 03/11/2017, Funchal, Madeira, Portugal

    Abstract: Large organizations oftenlack insight into the performance of their business processes, making it difficult to improve them.Process mining is an interdisciplinary field combining techniques from business process management and data science. It can, for instance, be used to check compliance of processes and to gain insight into bottlenecks in business processes. This lecture focuses on the problems and successes encountered in the practice of process mining.The main message is illustrated by various practical experiences.

    Event's Website: ic3k.org/

    Presented at the following Event: IC3K, 9th International Joint Conference on Knowledge Discovery, Knowledge Engineering and Knowledge Management

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  4. Title: Type-2 Fuzzy Systems for Human Decision Making

    Keynote Lecturer: Jonathan Garibaldi
    Presented on: 02/11/2017, Funchal, Madeira, Portugal

    Abstract: Type-2 fuzzy sets and systems, including both interval and general type-2 sets, are now firmly established as tools for the fuzzy researcher that may be deployed on awide range of applications and in a wide set of contexts. However, in many situations the output of type-2 systems are type-reduced and then defuzzified to an intervalcentroid, which are then often even simply averaged to obtain a single crisp output. Many successful applications of type-2 have been in control contexts, often focussingon reducing the RMSE. This is not taking full advantage of the extra modelling capabilities inherent in type-2 fuzzy sets. In this talk, I will present some of the currentresearch being carried out within the LUCID group at Nottingham, and wider, into type-2 for modelling human reasoning. I will cover approaches and methodologieswhich make more use of type-2 capabilities, illustrating these with reference to practical applications such as classification of breast cancer tumours, modelling expertvariability in cyber-security contexts, and other decision support problems.

    Event's Websites:
    ic3k.org/
    ijcci.org/

    Presented at the following Events:
    IC3K, 9th International Joint Conference on Knowledge Discovery, Knowledge Engineering and Knowledge Management
    IJCCI, 9th International Joint Conference on Computational Intelligence

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  5. Title: Human-Computer Intelligent Interaction - Past and Future Research Directions

    Session Chair: Arminda Guerra Lopes, University of Madeira, Portugal

    Participants:
    Emma Hart
    Giacomo Cabri
    Stephan Schlögl
    Paulo Novais
    Nada Matta

    Event's Websites:
    chira.scitevents.org/
    ic3k.org/
    ijcci.org/

    Presented at the following Events:
    CHIRA, International Conference on Computer-Human Interaction Research and Applications
    IC3K, 9th International Joint Conference on Knowledge Discovery, Knowledge Engineering and Knowledge Management
    IJCCI, 9th International Joint Conference on Computational Intelligence

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