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QCM-BioChem days

5 December 2018 - 6 December 2018

On the 5 and 6 of December, the LORIA will host the meetings of the Mastodons Project:

QCM-BioChem: Quality in Consensualizing and Mining biological and chemical datasets

The QCM-BioChem consortium is the result of the fusion of 3 Mastodons projects (QualiBioConsensus, HyQual and DECADE) and that aims to address and tackle challenges arising from the large and wide variety of biological and chemical data as well as the different methodologies in knowledge discovery. The novelty of the approaches developed in QCM-BioChem relies on the consideration and explanation of quality criteria in terms of data, and methods for data mining and data analysis. For further details:https://www.lri.fr/~cohen/QCM-BioChem.html

This meeting days will comprise 2 keynote presentations,
-Antti Kuusisto on December 5 at 14h00, Room B013
-Jérôme Lang on December 6 at 14h00, Room C005
followed by several contributed presentations.

Program of December 5 (room B013):

14h00-15h00: Antti Kuusisto (Tampere University of Technology)
Title: Computational Logics – A Theoretical Perspective

15h15-15h45: Arnaud Soulet (LI, Université de Tours)
Title: Representativeness of knowledge bases with the generalized Benford’s Law

15h45-16h15: Coffee break

16h15-16h45: Tatiana Makahlova (LORIA, Université de Lorraine)
Title: The Application of MDL in the Mining of Numerical Data

17h00-17h45: Sylvie Hamel (Université de Montréal)
Title: Space reduction techniques for the median of permutations problem

Program of December 6 (room C005):

10h00-10h45: Henry Soldano (LIPN, Université Paris-Nord)
Title: Bi-pattern mining of attributed two-mode and directed networks

10h45-11h00: Coffee break

11h00-11h30: Lamine Diop (LI, Université de Tours)
Title: Sequential Pattern Sampling with Norm Constraints

11h45-12h15: Nyoman Juniarta (LORIA, Université de Lorraine)
Title: Application of Biclustering to the discovery of constant and gradual Patterns

12h30-14h00: Lunch break

14h00-15h00: Jérôme Lang (LAMSADE, Université Paris-Dauphine)
Title: From social choice to preference learning

15h00-15h30: Coffee break

15h30-16h00: Guilherme Alves (LORIA, Université de Lorraine)
Title: A framework for online clustering based on evolving semi-supervision

16h15-16h45: Kevin Dalleau (LORIA, Université de Lorraine)
Title: Tackling (some) preprocessing issues using unsupervised extremely randomized trees


The complete program together with the abstracts, of all presentations of this event can be found at:


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