[DL] ICFCA 2019 - Call for participation

Florence Le Ber florence.leber at engees.unistra.fr
Wed Apr 10 15:42:27 CEST 2019

[Apologies for cross-postings]

ICFCA 2019 1st Call for participation

June 25-28 2019  - Frankfurt, Germany

https://www.informatik.fb2.frankfurt-university.de/~icfca2019/ <https://www.informatik.fb2.frankfurt-university.de/~icfca2019/>

The 15th International Conference on Formal Concept Analysis will be held on June 25-28, 2019 in Frankfurt, Germany.

The conference will take place at Frankfurt University of Applied Sciences.

The ICFCA conference series is one of the major venues for researchers from the field of Formal Concept Analysis (FCA) and related areas for presenting and discussing their recent work with colleagues from all over the world. Since the first ICFCA in 2003 in Darmstadt, the conference series has been held in Europe, Australia, America, and Africa. 

This year ICFCA is delighted to have invited talks by four renowned researchers:

 •	Markus Krötzsch (Germany),

 •	Steffen Staab (Germany),

 •	Sergei Obiedkov (Russia),

 •	and Amedeo Napoli (France)

There will be two workshops and two tutorials.

Registration fees for main conference:

EARLY RATE (until April 25th 2019)
LATE RATE (from April 26th 2019)

Registration fees for main conference + workshop + tutorial

EARLY RATE (until April 25th 2019)

LATE RATE (from April 26th 2019)

https://www.informatik.fb2.frankfurt-university.de/~icfca2019/registration.html <https://www.informatik.fb2.frankfurt-university.de/~icfca2019/registration.html>

Accepted papers:

Kira Adaricheva and Taylor Ninesling — Direct and Binary Direct Bases for One-set Updates of a Closure System
Jaume Baixeries — A Formal Context for Closures of Acyclic Hypergraphs
Alexandre Bazin and Giacomo Kahn — Reduction and Introducers in d-contexts
Alexandre Bazin, Jessie Carbonnel, Marianne Huchard, Giacomo Kahn, Priscilla Keip and Amirouche Ouzerdine — On-demand Relational Concept Analysis
Aimene Belfodil, Adnene Belfodil and Mehdi Kaytoue — Mining Formal Concepts using Implications between Items
Lucas Bourneuf and Jacques Nicolas — Concept lattices as a search space for graph compression
Inma P. Cabrera, Pablo Cordero, Emilio Muñoz-Velasco and Manuel Ojeda-Aciego — A relational extension of Galois Connections
Víctor Codocedo, Mehdi Kaytoue, Amedeo Napoli and Jaume Baixeries — Sampling Representation Contexts with Attribute Exploration
Oscar Defrain and Lhouari Nourine  — Dualization in lattices given by implicational bases
Bernhard Ganter — "Properties of Finite Lattices" by S. Reeg and W. Weiß, revisited
Tom Hanika, Maximilian Marx and Gerd Stumme — Discovering Implicational Knowledge in Wikidata
Priscilla Keip, Alain Gutierrez, Marianne Huchard, Florence Le Ber, Samira Sarter, Pierre Silvie and Pierre Martin — Effects of input data formalisation in Relational Concept Analysis for a data model with a ternary relation
Petr Krajča and Martin Trnecka  — Parallelization of the GreConD Algorithm for Boolean Matrix Factorization
Francesco Kriegel  — Joining Implications in Formal Contexts and Inductive Learning in a Horn Description Logic
Guozhi Ma, Lankun Guo and Cheng Yang — A characterization theorem for continuous lattices by closure spaces
Tatiana Makhalova, Sergei O. Kuznetsov and Amedeo Napoli — On Coupling FCA and MDL in Pattern Mining
Tatiana Makhalova and Martin Trnecka — A Study of Boolean Matrix Factorization Under Supervised Settings
Christian Meschke — Lattices of Orders
Justine Reynaud, Yannick Toussaint and Amedeo Napoli — Using Redescriptions and Formal Concept Analysis for Mining Definitions in Linked Data
Tim Pattison and Aaron Ceglar — Simultaneous, polynomial-time layout of context bigraph and lattice digraph

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