[DL] ICFCA 2010: 8th conference on formal concept analysis, Agadir (Morocco), 15-18 March 2010

Leonard Kwuida kwuida at gmail.com
Tue Jan 12 12:08:47 CET 2010



March 15 - 18, 2010, Agadir, Morocco

For more details, please see http://w3.uqo.ca/icfca10




ICFCA is a major forum where researchers from various fields like
mathematics, computer science, life sciences, linguistics and social
sciences meet and discuss latest advances in Formal Concept Analysis (FCA)
and its applications in various domains.

The eighth edition of the ICFCA conference will be held in the coastal city
of Agadir in Morocco and will cover many topics related to lattice theory,
lattice drawing,knowledge processing, social networks, data mining, software
engineering, Web 2.0, etc.

VENUE: Amadil Beach Hotel (http://www.hotelsatlas.com/privilege-amadil.htm)
Agadir, Morocco

REGISTRATION: Early registration: before January 15, 2010

ICFCA'2010 IN FIGURES: SEVEN invited talks, TWENTY-TWO regular talks, TWO
tutorials and ONE workshop.

Tutorials March 14, 2010

1. Concept-based Learning Models - Sergei O. Kusnetsov, State University
Higher School of Economics, Russia

2. Social Network Analysis - Sergei Obiedkov (State University Higher School
of Economics, Russia) and

Camille Roth, CNRS, Paris, France

 Conference March 15-18, 2010

 Workshop (FCA software) March 16, 2010



Rudolf Wille (Honorary Speaker), Technische Universität Darmstadt, Germany

Mathematics, Presenting, Reflecting, Judging.

 Vasu V.S. Alagar, Concordia University, Canada

The Role of Concepts, Contexts, and Components in Dependable Software

 Bernhard Ganter, Technische Universität Dresden, Germany


Sergei O. Kusnetsov, State University Higher School of Economics, Russia

Relational Learning with FCA.

Lhouari Nourine, Université Blaise Pascal, France

About the Enumeration Algorithms of Closed Sets.

Gerd Stumme, Universität Kassel, Germany

Chaos and Order in the Web 2.0

Jean Vaillancourt, Université du Québec en Outaouais, Canada

Statistical Methods for Data Mining and Knowledge Discovery.



Sebastien Ferre. Conceptual Navigation in RDF Graphs with SPARQL-like

Pierre Colomb, Alexis Irlande and olivier raynaud. Counting the number of
Moore families on n=7.

Sébastien NEDJAR, Alain CASALI, Rosine CICCHETTI and Lotfi LAKHAL.
Constrained Closed Datacubes.

Christian Meschke. Approximations in Concept Lattices.

Vincent Duquenne. Lattice Drawings & Morphisms.

Uta Priss and L. John Old. Concept Neighbourhoods in Lexical Databases.

Felix Distel. An Approach for Exploring Description Logic Knowledge Bases.

Felix Distel. Hardness of Enumerating Pseudo-Intents in the Lectic Order.

Henri Mühle and Christian Wende. Describing Role Models in Terms of Formal
Concept Analysis.

Annie Foret and Sébastien Ferré. On categorial grammars as Logical
Information Systems.

Raoul Medina and Lhouari Nourine. Conditional Functional Dependencies: an
FCA Point of View.

Mikhail Klimushkin, Sergei Obiedkov and Camille Roth. Approaches to the
selection of relevant

concepts in the case of noisy data.

Yoshiaki OKUBO and Makoto HARAGUCHI. An Algorithm for Extracting Specific
Concepts with Concise Intents.

Amal El Kharraz, Petko Valtchev and Hafedh Mili. Concept Analysis As A
Framework For Mining Functional

Features From Legacy Code.

Rudolf Wille. Formal Concept Analysis of Two-Dimensional Convex Continuum

Mikhail A. Babin and Sergei O. Kuznetsov. On Links between Concept Lattices
and Related Complexity Problems.

Florent Domenach. Aggregation of closure systems: case of hierarchies,
topologies and convex geometries.

Mohamed Riadh Trad, Benedicte Le Grand, Marie-Aude Aufaure and Michel Soto.
Powerconcept: Conceptual

Metrics' Distributed Computation.

Xavier Dolques, Marianne Huchard, Jimmy Lauret, Clémentine Nebut and
Philippe Reitz.

Easing the building of model transformation: a tool for transformation
generation by example based

on Formal Concept Analysis.

Peter Eklund and Jean Villerd. Hybrid Representations of Concept Lattices in
Conceptual Knowledge Processing.

Zhenghua Pan. Five Kinds of Negation Relations in Knowledge and a Logic

Ali JAOUA, Mohamed SALAH, Sadok Ben Yahia and Jihad A'L Jaam. Using Fringes
for Minimal conceptual

Decomposition of formal Contexts.


Rokia Missaoui, Léonard Kwuida & Baris Sertkaya

ICFCA 2010 Chair and Program Co-Chairs

Dr. Leonard Kwuida
Chännerwisstrasse 1
CH-8352 Elsau
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