• Iberamia 2014

IBERAMIA 2014 will be held in Santiago de Chile
On November 24-27, 2014

TECHNICAL SESSIONS - DETAILS

Tuesday 25th November

11:00 - 12:30 Technical sessions: (BIO-1, NLP-1, KDD-1)

BIO-1 (Bio-inspired computing)
chair: Luis Correia
room H1
Adriana Menchaca, Elizabeth Montero, María Cristina Riff and Carlos Coello Coello. A More Efficient Selection Scheme in iSMS-EMOA
Luz-Marina Sierra, Carlos Cobos and Juan-Carlos Corrales. Continuous Optimization Based on a Hybridization of Differential Evolution with K-means
NLP-1 (Natural Language Processing)
chair: Gabriel Lopes
room H2
Guillermo Moncecchi, Jean-Luc Minel and Dina Wonsever. The Influence of Syntactic Information on Hedge Scope Detection
Suraj Maharjan, Prasha Shrestha, Thamar Solorio and Ragib Hasan. A Straightforward Author Profiling Approach in MapReduce
Helena Gómez-Adorno, David Pinto, Manuel Montes-Y-Gómez, Rodrigo Alfaro and Grigori Sidorov. Content and Style Features for Automatic Detection of Users’ Intentions
KDD-1 (Knowledge Discovery and Data Mining)
chair: Marcos de Oliveira
room H3
Alejandro Edera, Yanela Strappa and Bromberg Facundo. The Grow-Shrink strategy for learning Markov network structures constrained by context-specific independences
Rodrigo Stecanella, Jairo Bonanata, Dina Wonsever and Aiala Rosá. Opinion search in Spanish written press
Roberto Souza, Denise Brito, Rodrigo Cardoso, Derick Oliveira, Wagner Meira Jr. and Gisele Pappa. An evolutionary methodology for handling data scarcity and noise in monitoring real events from social media data

14:00 - 16:00   Technical Sessions (KRR-1, AA&MAS-1, ACEHCI-1)

KRR (Knowledge Representation and Reasoning)
chair: Ana Bazzan
room H1
Martin Slota, Martin Baláž and Joao Leite. On Supporting Strong and Default Negation in Answer-Set Program Updates
Maria Vanina Martinez, Cristhian Ariel David Deagustini, Marcelo A. Falappa and Guillermo Ricardo Simari. Inconsistency-Tolerant Reasoning in Datalog+/– Ontologies via an Argumentative Semantics
Jose Castano. A Parsing Approach to SAT
Maximiliano Celmo David Budán, Ignacio Viglizzo and Guillermo Ricardo Simari. A Labeled Abstract Bipolar Argumentation Framework
AA&MAS-1 (Autonomous Agents and Multiagent Systems)
chair: J. Pavon
room H2
Marcos de Oliveira, Enyo Gonçalves and Martin Purvis. Institutional Environments: A Framework for the Development of Open Multiagent Systems
Moser Silva Fagundes, Felipe Meneguzzi and Sascha Ossowski. Analyzing the tradeoff between efficiency and cost of norm enforcement in stochastic environments populated with rational self-interested agents
Pablo Hernandez-Leal, Enrique Munoz De Cote and L. Enrique Sucar. Using a priori information for fast learning against non-stationary opponents
Pablo Pilotti, Ana Casali and Carlos Chesñevar. The Double Knapsack Negotiation Problem: Modeling Cooperative Agents and Experimenting Negotiation Strategies
ACEHCI-1 (Affective Computing, Education and Human Computer Interaction)
chair: Rosa Vicari
room H3
Elaine H. T. Oliveira, Erika H. Nozawa and Rosa Vicari. An ontology-base framework for relevant guidance
Javier Francisco Guerrero Rázuri, David Sundgren, Rahim Rahmani and Aron Larsson. Effect of emotional feedback in a decision-making system for an autonomous agent
Vitor Bremgartner, José Netto and Crediné Menezes. Using Agents and Open Learner Model Ontology for Providing Constructive Adaptive Techniques in Virtual Learning Environments
Daniel Cabrera-Paniagua, Tiago Thompsen Primo and Claudio Cubillos. Distributed Stock Exchange Scenario using Artificial Emotional Knowledge

16:30 - 18:30  Technical Sessions (ROB-1, ML-1, APP-1)

ROB-1 (Robotics)
chair: G. Simari
room H1
Johan Fabry and Miguel Campusano. Live Robot Programming
Douglas Macharet and Mario Campos. An Orientation Assignment Heuristic to the Dubins Traveling Salesman Problem
Rômulo Radaelli, Claudine Badue, Michael Gonçalves, Thiago Oliveira-Santos and Alberto De Souza. A Motion Planner for Car-Like Robots Based on Rapidly-Exploring Random Trees
ML-1 (Machine Learning)
chair: Alex de Sá
room H2
Sergio Hernandez and Matias Hernandez. Likelihood function for multi-target color tracking using finite discrete mixtures
Rafael Garcia Leonel Miani, Saulo D. S. Pedro and Estevam Hruschka Junior. Association Rules to Help Populating a Never-Ending Growing Knowledge Base
Thomas W. Rauber, Lucas H. S. Mello, Victor F. Rocha, Diego Luchi and Flavio Miguel Varejão. Recursive dependent binary relevance model for multi-label classification
APP-1 (Applications)
chair: J. Leite
room H3
Suraj Maharjan, Prasha Shrestha, Gabriela Ramírez-De-La-Rosa, Alan Sprague, Gary Warner and Thamar Solorio. Using String Information for Malware Family Identification
Andrew Koster, Allysson Oliveira, Orlando Volpato, Viviane Franco and Fernando Koch. Recognition and Recommendation of Parking Spaces
Claudia Liliana Zúñiga Cañón and Juan C. Burguillo. Applying Data Mining in Urban Environments using the Roles Model Approach
André Del Grossi, Helen Senefonte and Vinícius Quaglio. Prostate cancer biopsy recommendation through use of machine learning classification techniques

Wednesday 26th November

09:00 - 10:30 Technical sessions: (ROB-2, APP-2, ML-2)

ROB-2 (Robotics and Planning)
chair: Jorge Baier
room H1
Abbas Abdolmaleki, Luis Paulo Reis and Nuno Lau. Omnidirectional Walking with a Compliant Inverted Pendulum Model
Jason Wilson and Matthias Scheutz. Analogical Generalization of Activities from Single Demonstration
Nicolás Rivera, León Illanes and Jorge Baier. Real-Time Pathfinding in Unknown Terrain via Reconnection with an Ideal Tree
APP-2 (Applications)
chair: F. Koch
room H2
Nelson González and Leonardo Garrido. Comparison of a New Qualifier Method for Multiple Object Tracking in RoboCup 2D Simulation League
Rogério Santos Filho, Luciana Campos, Rodrigo Santos and Luis Paulo Barra. Artificial Neural Networks Ensemble applied to the Electrical Impedance Tomography problem to determine the Cardiac Ejection Fraction
Gabriel De Souza Pereira Moreira, Gustavo Ravanhani Matuck, Osamu Saotome and Adilson Marques Da Cunha. Recognizing the Brazilian Signs Language alphabet with Neural Networks over visual 3D data sensor
ML-2 (Machine Learning & Fuzzy Systems)
chair: Adriano Velasque Werhli
room H3
Eduardo Garcia Fernandes De Campos and Edson Matsubara. An Experimental Evaluation of Financial News Text Classification Using Prior Polarity Words
Fabio Santos and Heloisa Camargo. Forecasting in Fuzzy Time Series by an Extension of Simple Exponential Smoothing
Orlando Donato Rocha Filho and Ginalber Luiz Serra. Online Evolving Fuzzy Clustering Algorithm Based on Maximum Likelihood Similarity Distance

14:00 - 16:00 Technical sessions: (NLP-2, AA&MAS-2, BIO-2)

NLP-2 (Natural Language Processing)
chair: Guillermo Moncecch
room H1
Thomas Williams, Rafael Nunez, Matthias Scheutz, Gordon Briggs, Kamal Premaratne and Manohar N. Murthi. A Dempster-Shafer Theoretic Approach to Understanding Indirect Speech Acts
Sandra Collovini, Lucas Pugens, Aline Vanin and Renata Vieira. Extraction of Relation Descriptors for Portuguese using Conditional Random Fields
Kavitha Karimbi Mahesh, Luís Gomes and José Lopes. Identification of Bilingual Suffix Classes for Classification and Translation Generation
Rodrigo Wilkens, Alessandro Dalla Vecchia, Marcely Zanon Boito, Muntsa Padró and Aline Villavicencio. Size does not matter. Frequency does. A study of features for measuring lexical complexity.
BIO-2 (Bio-inspired computing)
chair: Enrique Munoz de Cote
room H2.
Alex de Sá and Gisele Pappa. A Hyper-heuristic Evolutionary Algorithm for Learning Bayesian Network Classifiers
Tiago Baptista and Ernesto Costa. Automatic Step Evolution
Murilo Zangari and Aurora Pozo. Parallel MOEA/D-ACO on GPU
Juan Pablo Serrano Rubio, Arturo Hernandez Aguirre and Rafael Herrera Guzman. Function Optimization in Conformal Space By Using Spherical Inversions and Reflections
AA&MAS-2 (Autonomous Agents and Agent-based Simulation)
chair: Moser Fagundes
room H3
Diego Blanco, Marlon Cárdenas, Rubén Fuentes-Fernández and Juan Pavón. Krowdix: Agent-Based Simulation of Online Social Networks
Diana Francisca Adamatti and Adriano Velasque Werhli. Estimation of Parameters of Mycobacterium tuberculosis growth: a Multi-Agent-Based Simulation Approach
Cecilia Sosa-Toranzo, Marcelo Errecalde and Edgardo Ferretti. On the Use of Agreement Technologies for Multi-criteria Decision Making within a BDI Agent
Tiago Luiz Schmitz and Jomi Fred Hubner. Huginn: Normative reasoning based on Mood

16:30 - 18:00 Technical session: KDD-2

KDD-2 (Knowledge Discovery and Data Mining)
chair: Newton Spolaôr
room H1
Fernando Koch, Andrew Koster and Yeun Bae Kim. Serendipitous Recommendation based on Big Context
Luis Cavique, Nuno C. Marques and Jorge M.A. Santos. An Algorithm to Condensed Social Networks and Identify Brokers
Mariana Tasca, Alexandre Plastino and Bianca Zadrozny. Relevance Measures for Multivalued Attributes in Multiclass Datasets

Thursday 27th November

09:30 - 10:30 Technical sessions: (AMI-1, APP-3, ML-3)

ML-3 (Machine Learning)
chair: Luciana Conceição Dias Campos
room H1
Graciela Lecireth Meza-Lovón. A Language Model for Improving the Graph-Based Transcription Approach for Historical Documents
Newton Spolaôr and Maria-Carolina Monard. Evaluating ReliefF-based Multi-label Feature Selection Algorithms
Michal Kawulok and Jakub Nalepa. Dynamically Adaptive Genetic Algorithm to Select Training Data for SVMs
AMI - (Ambient Intelligence)
chair: Paulo Novais
Room H2
Gabriel Villarubia, Juan F. De Paz, Sara Rodriguez and Juan M. Corchado. EKG Intelligent Mobile System for Home Users
Marco Gomes, Javier Alfonso-Cendón, Pilar Marqués-Sánchez, Davide Carneiro and Paulo Novais. Improving Conflict Support Environments with Information Regarding Social Relationships
Ahmed Chawki Chaouche, Amal El Fallah Seghrouchni, Jean-Michel Ilié and Djamel Eddine Saidouni.
A Formal Approach for Contextual Planning Management: Application to Smart Campus Environment
APP-3 (Applications)
chair: Ana Cristina Bicharra­Garcia
room H3
Nuria Sánchez, Jose Manuel Menendez and Noa García. Feedback-based parameterized strategies for improving performance of video understanding frameworks
Davi Oliveira Serrano De Andrade, Savyo Igor Da Nóbrega Santos, Hugo Feitosa De Figueirêdo, Cláudio De Souza Baptista and Joseana Macêdo Fechine Régis De Araújo. Towards Better Propagation of Geographic Location in Digital Photo Collections
Ana Cristina Bicharra, Inhaúma Ferraz, José Viterbo and Daniel Paiva. Applying multiple regression analysis to adjust operational limits in condition-based maintenance