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Program of Events
Welcome to ICCBR 2014 from the Conference Organizers
Welcome to the Twenty-second International Conference on Case-Based Reasoning (ICCBR), organized
in collaboration with AAAI. ICCBR is the premier international meeting on research and applications in
Case-Based Reasoning (CBR). The CBR community welcomes new members and encourages you to
join it. The conference series steadily expands the frontiers of CBR as a scientific field. Each conference
reflects in keynote addresses on the progress of the field and its connections with related areas,
discusses topical problems in a set of workshops, presents industrial solutions, and holds a doctoral
consortium to encourage the progress of young researchers.
This year’s call for paper reached 49 submissions and each one was reviewed by at least three Program
Committee members using the criteria of relevance, significance, originality, technical quality, and
presentation. The committee accepted 19 papers for oral presentation and 16 papers for poster
presentation at the conference.
In addition to the main technical track, the ICCBR 2014 conference features the following events:
ICCBR 2014 workshops provide an informal setting to meet and discuss current, interesting
aspects of CBR. This year’s program includes workshops on case-based agents, reasoning with
social media content, reasoning about time in CBR and synergies between CBR and Data
The Doctoral Consortium (DC) comprises presentations by 14 graduate students in collaboration
with their respective senior CBR research mentors. The DC gives early stage postgraduate
students the important opportunity to discuss their research ideas and get very valuable
The 7th Computer Cooking Contest (CCC) attracts researchers dealing with AI technologies such
as case-based reasoning, semantic technologies, information retrieval and information extraction.
This year’s contest offers 3 challenges: the basic challenge on suggesting cooking recipes, the
originality challenge on novel ideas and positions on computer cooking, and the more
sophisticated real life mixology challenge on suggesting high-quality cocktail recipes with a limited
set of ingredients.
We hope you enjoy ICCBR 2014 and will have a good time in Cork!
Luc Lamontagne & Enric Plaza
Program Chairs
Derek Bridge
Conference Chair
ICCBR 2014 Venue
The Imperial Hotel
South Mall, Cork
+353 (0)21 4274040
The conference takes place in the Business Centre on the first floor of the hotel.
The conference will use the Ballroom and the Morgan Room. On Monday morning, the Ballroom
will be partitioned into three suites (the Hillcrest Suite, the Rossmore Suite and the Whitechurch
Suite); on Monday afternoon, the Rossmore and Whitechurch Suites will be combined.
Wifi: The name of the Hotel network is “Imperial Business Centre”. There is no password.
ICCBR 2014 Organizing Committee
Conference Chair
Derek Bridge, University College Cork, Ireland
Program Chairs
Luc Lamontagne, Laval University, Canada
Enric Plaza, IIIA-CSIC, Spain
Workshops Chairs
David Leake, Indiana University, USA
Jean Lieber, LORIA-INRIA Lorraine, France
Doctoral Consortium Chairs
Rosina Weber, Drexel University, USA
Nirmalie Wiratunga, The Robert Gordon University, United Kingdom
Computer Cooking Contest Chairs
Emmanuel Nauer, Loria, Université de Lorraine, France
Mirjam Minor, Goethe University, Germany
ICCBR 2014 Program Committee
Agnar Aamodt (NTNU, Norway)
David W. Aha (Naval Research Laboratory, USA)
Klaus-Dieter Althoff (University of Hildesheim, Germany)
Ralph Bergmann (University of Trier, Germany)
Isabelle Bichindaritz (State University of NY at Oswego, USA)
Derek Bridge (University College Cork, Ireland)
William Cheetham (GE Global Research, USA)
Alexandra Coman (Northern Ohio University, USA)
Amélie Cordier (LIRIS, France)
Susan Craw (The Robert Gordon University, UK)
Sarah Jane Delany (Dublin Institute of Technology, Ireland)
Belen Diaz-Agudo (Complutense Univ. of Madrid, Spain)
Michael Floyd (Knexus Research, USA)
Ashok Goel (Georgia Institute of Technology, USA)
Mehmet H. Göker (Salesforce, USA)
Pedro González Calero (Complutense Univ. of Madrid, Spain)
Luc Lamontagne (Laval University, Canada)
David Leake (Indiana University, USA)
Jean Lieber (LORIA - INRIA Lorraine, France)
Ramon Lopez De Mantaras (IIIA - CSIC, Spain)
Cindy Marling (Ohio University, USA)
Lorraine McGinty (University College Dublin, Ireland)
David McSherry (University of Ulster, UK)
Alain Mille (LIRIS, France)
Mirjam Minor (Goethe Universitaet Frankfurt, Germany)
Stefania Montani (University Piemonte Orientale, Italy)
Hector Munoz-Avila (Lehigh University, USA)
Santiago Ontañón (Drexel University, USA)
Miltos Petridis (CEM, Brighton University, UK)
Enric Plaza (IIIA - CSIC, Spain)
Luigi Portinale (Univ. Piemonte Orientale "A. Avogadro", Italy)
Ashwin Ram (PARC, USA)
Juan Recio-Garcia (Complutense Univ. of Madrid, Spain)
Thomas Roth-Berghofer (University of West London, UK)
Jonathan Rubin (PARC, USA)
Antonio Sánchez-Ruiz (Complutense Univ. of Madrid, Spain)
Barry Smyth (University College Dublin, Ireland)
Ian Watson (University of Auckland, New Zealand)
Rosina Weber (Drexel University, USA)
David Wilson (University of North Carolina at Charlotte, USA)
Nirmalie Wiratunga (The Robert Gordon University, UK)
Conference Invited Speaker
Tuesday, September 30th, 9:10-10:10
Tony Veale
School of Computer Science, University College Dublin
Running with Scissors: Cut-Ups, Boundary Friction and Creative Reuse
Our experience of past problems can offer valuable insights into the solution of current problems, though
since novel problems are not merely re-occurrences of those we have seen before, their solutions require
us to integrate multiple sources of inspiration into a single, composite whole. The degree to which the
seams of these patchwork solutions are evident to an end-user offers an inverse measure of the practical
success of the reuse process: the less visible its joins, the more natural a solution is likely to seem.
However, since creativity is neither an objective nor an intrinsic property of a solution, but a subjective
label ascribed by a community, the more perceptible the tensions between parts, and the more evident
the wit that one must employ to ameliorate these tensions, then the more likely we are to label a solution
as creative. We explore here the conceit that creative reuse is more than practical problem-solving: it is
reuse that draws attention to itself, by reveling in boundary friction.
Tony Veale (Afflatus.UCD.ie) is a computer scientist whose principal research topic is Computational
Linguistic Creativity. Veale teaches Computer Science at University College Dublin (UCD) and at Fudan
University Shanghai as part of UCD’s international BSc. in Software Engineering, which Veale helped
establish in 2002. Veale’s work on Computational Creativity (CC) focuses on creative linguistic
phenomena such as metaphor, simile, blending, analogy, similarity and irony. He leads the European
Commission’s coordination action on Computational Creativity called PROSECCO — Promoting the
Scientific Exploration of Computational Creativity — which aims to develop the CC field into a mature
discipline. He is author of the 2012 monograph Exploding the Creativity Myth: The Computational
Foundations of Linguistic Creativity and is principal co-editor of the multidisciplinary volume titled
Creativity and the Agile Mind. As a visiting professor in Web Science at the Korean Advanced Institute of
Science and Technology, M. Veale was funded by the Korean World Class University programme to
study the convergence of Computational Creativity and the Web in the form of Creative Web Services. He
has recently launched a new Web initiative called RobotComix.com to engage with the wider public on
the theory, philosophy and practice of building creative services, and one such system – the creative web
service Metaphor Magnet – can be sampled via the automated twitterbot @MetaphorMagnet.
Conference Invited Speaker
Wednesday, October 1st, 9:30-10:30
Frode Sørmo
Chief Technology Officer
Verdande Technology
What I Talk About When I Talk About CBR
In the last two years, Verdande Technology has branched out from our first application in monitoring
drilling operations of oil and gas wells to look at other use-cases of case-based reasoning (CBR). In
particular, we have looked at monitoring applications that use real-time sensor data and require a person
in the decision making loop.
This talk will briefly present our pre-existing use-case in oil & gas, as well as two use cases from financial
services and healthcare that were taken to the prototype stage. In exploring these use cases as well as
others that were not taken as far, we have spoken to customers, end users, data scientists, industry
analysts and managers in order to understand if CBR is or could be on their radar. We present what we
learned from these interactions, as well as how we learned to talk about CBR to these different groups.
Finally, we will ask what, if anything, holds CBR back from the type of large scale industrial adoption we
see happening with rule-based systems and “analytics” technologies.
Frode Sørmo is the Chief Technology Officer of Verdande Technology, which delivers decision support
software based on case-based reasoning to the oil & gas industry. As one of the founders of Verdande
Technology, Sørmo led the development team from 2006 to 2008 before taking on his current role as
CTO to provide strategy on technology, research and product development in 2009. He holds a PhD in
computer science from the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU).
ICCBR 2014 Conference Program at a Glance
September 29th
September 30th
October 1st
8:30 - 9:00
9:00 - 9:30
Welcome (9:00 - 9:10)
Workshop reports
9:30 - 10:30
Workshop sessions
DC, Case-Based Agents,
Invited Talk: Tony Vale
(9:10 - 10:10)
Invited Talk: Frode Sørmo
10:30 - 11:00
Break (10:10-10:40)
11:00 - 12:00
Workshop sessions
DC, Case-Based Agents,
Paper session 1
Paper session 4
Planning and Design
12:00 - 13:30
13:30 - 14:30
Workshop sessions
Paper session 2
Recommender systems
Paper session 5
Reliability, Trust and
14:30 - 15:00
15:00 - 16:00
Workshop sessions
Paper session 3
Applications of CBR
Paper session 6
Case Authoring,
Maintenance and Reuse
Workshop sessions
Refreshments & Posters
Community meeting
16:00 - 17:00
CCC system evaluation,
Depart to
Welcome Reception
(Aula Maxima,
University College Cork)
Depart to
Conference Dinner
(Old Jameson Distillery,
ICCBR 2014 Social Program
Day Trip
Sunday 28th September
Depart from Imperial Hotel at 10a.m.
This event is open only to those who reserved a place in advance.
Time: We depart the Imperial Hotel at 10a.m. and return around 5p.m. after a day trip to Killarney that
includes a surprise (!), a lake cruise, a lunch of soup-and-sandwiches, and a stroll in the grounds of
Muckross House.
Doctoral Consortium Dinner
Sunday 28th September
Depart from Imperial Hotel at 7.45p.m.
Venue: Milano Restaurant, Oliver Plunkett Street, Cork
This event is open to DC participants (DC students, DC mentors, DC invited speakers, DC chairs) only.
Participants will depart together from the Imperial Hotel at around 7.45p.m. for the short walk to the
Welcome Reception
Monday 29th September
Depart from Imperial Hotel at 6.30p.m.
Venue: Aula Maxima, University College Cork
Everyone who is registered for the conference is invited to this event.
A bus will leave from outside the Imperial Hotel at 6.30p.m. for the short drive to the University. It will
make another trip at around 6.45p.m. It is also possible to walk to the University in 20-30 minutes.
A bus will bring us back from the University to the Imperial Hotel, departing from the University at
8.30p.m. It will make another trip at around 8.45p.m.
Conference Dinner
Tuesday 30th September
Depart from Imperial Hotel at 6.30p.m. sharp
Venue: Old Jameson Distillery, Midleton, County Cork
Everyone who is registered for the conference is invited to this event.
Two buses will leave from outside the Imperial Hotel at 6.30p.m. sharp for the drive to the village of
The buses will depart from the Distillery at 11.15p.m. to bring us back to the Imperial Hotel.
If you miss the buses, you can see whether a taxi will take you; the journey is approximately 24km.
Day 0: Sunday, September 28, 2014
VENUE: Morgan Room
18:00 – 19:00
Session 0
Welcome to all DC attendees, agenda, etc.
Meet and greet: Come meet your mentor/mentee in person
Time to discuss presentations
19:00 – 19:30
Invited Talk: David Wilson, University of North Carolina
19:45 – 20:00
Walk to Milano restaurant for dinner
20:00 – 22:00
Dinner at Milano restaurant (DC participants only: DC students, DC mentors, DC
invited speakers, DC organizers)
Day 1: Monday, September 29, 2014
VENUE: Morgan Room
8:30 - 9:00
Registration at the Imperial Hotel (Business Centre, first floor)
9:00 - 10:30
Session 1
Welcome, Agenda for the day
Invited Talk: Career Cases: Tips for CBR Doctoral Students, David Leake, Indiana
Presentation Session 1
Student (1) Padraig O Duinn, mentor Klaus-Dieter Althoff, DFKI / Univ. of Hildesheim:
Classification of Posts to Internet Forums
Student (2) Xavier Ferrer Aran, mentor Nirmalie Wiratunga, The Robert Gordon Univ.:
The Web of Experience: Reusing Other People’s Experiences in Analytical
10:30 - 10:50
10:50 - 12:05
Presentation Session 2
Student (3) Pol Schumacher, mentor Jean Lieber, LORIA - INRIA Lorraine:
Workflow extraction from textual process descriptions
Student (4) Emmanuelle Gaillard, mentor David Wilson, University of North Carolina:
Building a case-based reasoning system exploiting knowledge coming from
the web
Student (5) Luca Canensi, mentor Mirjam Minor, Goethe University Frankfurt:
A tool for mining and checking processes
12:05 - 13:15
Lunch Break
13:15– 14:30
Presentation Session 3
Student (6) Gilbert Müller, mentor Miltos Petridis, Brighton University:
Process-oriented Case-based Reasoning
Student (7) Gulmira Khussainova, mentor Cindy Marling, Ohio University:
Case-Based Reasoning Adaptation for Radiotherapy Treatment Planning
Student (8) Hugo Hromic, mentor David Aha, Naval Research Laboratory:
News Filtering and Event Detection in Social Media Streams
14:30– 14:45
14:45 - 16:00
Presentation Session 4
Student (9) Yoke Yie Chen, mentor Sarah Jane Delany, Dublin Institute of
Aspect-based Sentiment Analysis for Social Recommender System
Student (10) Dileep Kvs, mentor Pinar Ozturk, Norwegian University of Science and
Intelligent Integration of Knowledge Sources for Textual Case Based
Student (11) Egon Sewald Jr., mentor David Leake, Indiana University:
Textual Case Based Reasoning and Semantic Similarity Comparison of
Documents to Decision-making of the court judgment
16:00- 16:15
16:15- 17:30
Presentation Session 5
Student (12) Racha Khelif, mentor Luc Lamontagne, Laval University; off-site mentor
Amélie Cordier, LIRIS:
Health monitoring of equipment throughout its lifecycle using CBR
Student (13) Khalil Muhammad, mentor David McSherry, University of Ulster:
Explanation-driven Product Recommendation from User-Generated Reviews
Student (14) Stefan Wender, mentor Santiago Ontanon, Drexel University:
A multi-layer hybrid CBR/RL approach to micromanagement in RTS games
18.30 & 18.45
Buses depart from the Imperial Hotel
19:00 - 20:30
Reception (Aula Maxima, University College Cork)
Day 1: Monday, September 29, 2014
WORKSHOP 1 – Case-Based Agents
VENUE: Whitechurch Suite
8:30 – 9:00
Registration at the Imperial Hotel (Business Centre, first floor)
9:00 - 10:30
Workshop session 1
Explanation of Opportunities
Pinar Öztürk, Héctor Muñoz-Avila, Agnar Aamodt
Motivation Discrepancies for Rebel Agents: Towards a Framework for Case-based
Goal-Driven Autonomy for Character Believability
Alexandra Coman, Héctor Muñoz-Avila
Case-Based Behavior Recognition to Facilitate Planning in Unmanned Air Vehicles
Hayley Borck, Justin Karneeb, Ron Alford, David W. Aha
Panel Discussion
10:30 - 11:00
11:00 - 12:00
Workshop session 2
A Case-Based Approach To Imitation Learning in Robotic Agents
Tesca Fitzgerald, Ashok Goel
Creating Non-Player Characters in a First-Person Shooter Game Using Learning by
Vivian Andreeva, Jordan Beland, Sabrina Gaudreau, Michael W. Floyd, Babak
Case-based agents within the OMAHA project
Pascal Reuss, Alexander Hundt, Klaus-Dieter Althoff, Wolfram Henkel, Matthias
Case Adaptation with Modal Logic: The Modal Adaptation
Fadi Badra
Day 1: Monday, September 29, 2014
WORKSHOP 2 – Computer Cooking Contest (Talks)
VENUE: Hillcrest Suite
8:30 – 9:00
Registration at the Imperial Hotel (Business Centre, first floor)
9:00 - 10:30
Workshop session 1
Compositional Adaptation of Cooking Recipes using Workflow Streams
Gilbert Müller and Ralph Bergmann
Case-Based Cooking with Generic Computer Utensils: Taaable Next Generation
Emmanuelle Gaillard, Jean Lieber and Emmanuel Nauer
GoetheShaker - Developing a rating score for automated evaluation of cocktail
Alexander Spät, Marius Keppler, Matthias Schmidt, Moritz Kohlhase, Niels Lauritzen
and Pol Schumacher
10:30 - 11:00
11:00 - 12:00
Workshop session 2
Subs and Sandwiches: Replacing One Ingredient By Another
Henry Larkin and Derek Bridge
Creating New Sandwiches From Old
Derek Bridge and Henry Larkin
WORKSHOP 2 – Computer Cooking Contest (Jury & Audience Evaluation)
VENUE: Whitechurch + Rossmore Suites
16:00 - 18:00 
System evaluation by the CCC Jury & Audience (All welcome)
18.30 & 18.45
19:00 - 20:30
Buses depart from the Imperial Hotel
Reception (Aula Maxima, University College Cork)
Day 1: Monday, September 29, 2014
WORKSHOP 3 – Synergies of Case-Based Reasoning and Data Mining
VENUE: Rossmore Suite
8:30 – 9:00
Registration at the Imperial Hotel (Business Centre, first floor)
9:00 - 10:40
Workshop session 1
Data Mining Methods in Case-Based Reasoning
Isabelle Bichindaritz
Fault Diagnosis of Heavy Duty Machines: Automatic Transmission Clutches
Tomas Olsson, Elisabeth Källström, Daniel Gillblad, Peter Funk, John Lindström,
Lars Håkanssson, Joakim Lundin, Magnus Svensson and Jonas Larsson
Potential Synergies between Case-Based Reasoning and Regression Analysis in
Assembly Processes
Ivan Tomasic and Peter Funk
ChAPMaN: a Context Aware Process
MiNer Luca Canensi, Stefania Montani, Giorgio Leonardi and Paolo Terenziani
Classification of Ocular Artifacts in EEG Signals Using Hierarchical Clustering and
Case-based Reasoning
Shaibal Barua, Shahina Begum, Mobyen Uddin Ahmed and Peter Funk
10:40 - 11:00
11:00 - 12:00
Workshop session 2
Intelligent Integration of Knowledge Sources for TCBR
K.V.S Dileep and Sutanu Chakraborti
An Analysis Framework for Content-based Job Recommendation
Xingsheng Guo, Houssem Jerbi and Michael O'Mahony
Constructing Twitter Datasets using Signals for Event Detection Evaluation
Hugo Hromic and Conor Hayes
Day 1: Monday, September 29, 2014
WORKSHOP 4 – Reasoning About Time in Case-Based Reasoning (RATIC)
VENUE: Whitechurch + Rossmore Suites
Workshop session 1
13:30 - 14:40
Keynote Address
Ashwin Ram
An Analysis of Long Term Dependence and Case-Based Reasoning
Odd Erik Gundersen
Representation and Similarity Evaluation of Symbolic Time Series Data in Uncertain
Ning Xiong, Peter Funk and Tomas Olsson
14:40 - 15:00
15:00 - 16:00
Workshop session 2
Taking Time to Make Time: Types of Temporality and Directions for Temporal
Context in CBR
David Leake and David Wilson
Temporal Knowledge Representation for Case Based Reasoning Based on a Formal
Theory of Time
Miltos Petridis, Stelios Kapetanakis, Jixin Ma and Nikolay Burlutskiy
Group discussion
18:30 & 18.45
19:00 – 20:30
Buses depart from the Imperial Hotel
Reception (Aula Maxima, University College Cork)
Day 2: Tuesday, September 30, 2014
Main Technical Program
VENUE: Ballroom
8:30 - 9:00
Registration at the Imperial Hotel (Business Centre, first floor)
9:00 - 9:10
9:10 - 10:10
Invited talk: Tony Veale (Session Chair: Enric Plaza)
Running with Scissors: Cut-Ups, Boundary Friction and Creative Reuse
10:10 - 10:40
10:40 - 12:00
Session 1 – Adaptation (Session Chair: David W. Aha)
● Workflow Streams: A Means for Compositional Adaptation in ProcessOriented CBR. Gilbert Müller and Ralph Bergmann
● Adapting Propositional Cases Based on Tableaux Repairs Using Adaptation
Knowledge. Gabin Personeni, Alice Hermann, and Jean Lieber
● Algorithm for Adapting Cases Represented in a Tractable Description Logic.
Liang Chang, Uli Sattler, and Tianlong Gu
● On Retention of Adaptation Rules. Vahid Jalali and David Leake
12:00 - 13:30
13:30 - 14:30
Session 2 - Recommender systems (Session Chair: Sarah Jane Delany)
● Sentiment and Preference Guided Social Recommendation. Yoke Yie Chen,
Xavier Ferrer, Nirmalie Wiratunga, and Enric Plaza
● Exploring the Space of Whole-Group Case Retrieval in Making Group
Recommendations. David C. Wilson and Nadia A. Najjar
● Further Experiments in Opinionated Product Recommendation. Ruihai Dong,
Michael P. O’Mahony, and Barry Smyth
14:30 - 15:00
15:00 - 16:00
Session 3 - Applications of CBR (Session Chair: Klaus D. Althoff)
● Case-Based Reasoning for Improving Traffic Flow in Urban Intersections.
Anders Kofod-Petersen, Ole Johan Andersen, and Agnar Aamodt
● Automatic Case Capturing for Problematic Drilling Situations. Kerstin Bach,
Odd Erik Gundersen, Christian Knappskog, and Pinar Öztürk
● Case-Based Prediction of Teen Driver Behavior and Skill. Santiago Ontañón,
Yi-Ching Lee, Sam Snodgrass, Dana Bonfiglio, Flaura K. Winston, Catherine
McDonald, and Avelino J. Gonzalez
Main Technical Program: Poster Session
VENUE: Morgan Room
16:00 - 17:30
Refreshments and Posters
● A Hybrid CBR-ANN Approach to the Appraisal of Internet Domain. Names.
Sebastian Dieterle and Ralph Bergmann
● Tuuurbine: A Generic CBR Engine over RDFS. Emmanuelle Gaillard, Laura
Infante-Blanco, Jean Lieber, and Emmanuel Nauer
● Case-Based Object Placement Planning. Kellen Gillespie, Kalyan Moy
Gupta, and Michael Drinkwater
● Estimating Case Base Complexity Using Fractal Dimension. K.V.S. Dileep
and Sutanu Chakraborti
● Using Case-Based Reasoning to Detect Risk Scenarios of Elderly People
Living Alone at Home. Eduardo Lupiani, Jose M. Juarez, Jose Palma,
Christian Serverin Sauer, and Thomas Roth-Berghofer
● An Algorithm for Conversational Case-Based Reasoning in Classification
Tasks. David McSherry
● Towards Process-Oriented Cloud Management with Case-Based Reasoning.
Mirjam Minor and Eric Schulte-Zurhausen
● Collective Classification of Posts to Internet Forums. Padraig Ó Duinn and
Derek Bridge
● NudgeAlong: A Case Based Approach to Changing User Behaviour. Eoghan
O’Shea, Sarah Jane Delany, Rob Lane, and Brian Mac Namee
● Explaining Probabilistic Fault Diagnosis and Classification Using Case-Based
Reasoning. Tomas Olsson, Daniel Gillblad, Peter Funk, and Ning Xiong
● Estimation of Machine Settings for Spinning of Yarns – New Algorithms for
Comparing Complex Structures. Beatriz Sevilla-Villanueva, Miquel SànchezMarrè, and Thomas V. Fischer
● Linking Cases Up: An Extension to the Case Retrieval Network.
Shubhranshu Shekhar, Sutanu Chakraborti, and Deepak Khemani
● Case-Based Plan Recognition Using Action Sequence Graphs. Swaroop S.
Vattam, David W. Aha, and Michael W. Floyd
● Combining Case-Based Reasoning and Reinforcement Learning for Unit
Navigation in Real-Time Strategy Game AI. Stefan Wender and Ian Watson
18:30 sharp
Buses depart from the Imperial Hotel
19:00 - 23:00
Conference Dinner (Old Jameson Distillery, Midleton, County Cork)
Day 3: Wednesday, October 1, 2014
Main Technical Program
VENUE: Ballroom
9:00 - 9:30
Workshop reports
9:30 - 10:30
Invited talk: Frode Sørmo (Session Chair: Luc Lamontagne)
What I Talk About When I Talk About CBR
10:30 - 11:00
11:00 - 12:00
Session 4 - Planning and design (Session Chair: Susan Craw)
● Case-Based Parameter Selection for Plans: Coordinating Autonomous
Vehicle Teams. Bryan Auslander, Tom Apker, and David W. Aha
● Least Common Subsumer Trees for Plan Retrieval. Antonio A. Sánchez-Ruiz
and Santiago Ontañón
● On the Role of Analogy in Resolving Cognitive Dissonance in Collaborative
Interdisciplinary Design. Ashok K. Goel and Bryan Wiltgen
12:00 - 13:30
Lunch (also Meeting of the Programme Committee in the Morgan Room)
13:30 - 14:30
Session 5 - Reliability, Trust and Emotions (Session Chair: Mirjam Minor)
● How Case-Based Reasoning on e-Community Knowledge Can Be Improved
Thanks to Knowledge Reliability. Emmanuelle Gaillard, Jean Lieber,
Emmanuel Nauer, and Amélie Cordier
● How Much Do You Trust Me? Learning a Case-Based Model of Inverse
Trust. Michael W. Floyd, Michael Drinkwater, and David W. Aha
● CBR Tagging of Emotions from Facial Expressions. Paloma Lopez-deArenosa, Belén Diaz-Agudo, and Juan A. Recio-García
14:30 - 15:00
15:00 - 16:00
Session 6 - Case Authoring, Maintenance and Reuse (Session Chair: Belén DíazAgudo)
● Supervised Semantic Indexing Using Sub-spacing. Sadiq Sani, Nirmalie
Wiratunga, Stewart Massie, and Robert Lothian
● Acquisition and Reuse of Reasoning Knowledge from Textual Cases for
Automated Analysis. Gleb Sizov, Pinar Öztürk, and Jozef Štyrák
● A Proposal of Temporal Case-Base Maintenance Algorithms. Eduardo
Lupiani, Jose M. Juarez, and Jose Palma
16:00 - 17:00
Community Meeting
Lunch and Dinner Suggestions
The Imperial Hotel opens onto the South Mall. One block behind the hotel and running parallel to the
South Mall is Oliver Plunkett Street. The streets that connect the two are full of cafés, restaurants and
pubs. Here are a few suggestions.
The Imperial Hotel itself
Lafayette’s: just off the
hotel lobby
The South Mall
Oliver Plunkett Street
Pembroke Street
Cook Street
Princes Street
O’Brien’s: opposite the
Post Office for soups and
O’Flynn’s Gourmet
Sausage Company:
opposite the Post Office for
sausage sandwiches
Farmgate Café: a café
above the English Market;
soups & sandwiches on
one side, traditional meals
on the other
The Bookshelf: the former
city library, serving
sandwiches, coffees, etc.
Orso: soups, sandwiches,
Dashi: noodles and sushi
L.A. Bagels: have a bagel
and then cross the road to
Scup for an ice-cream
Wildways: organic soups,
sandwiches, salads
Nash19: for a lunch that is
more than a soup and
The Pembroke: the hotel
restaurant, behind the
Jacob’s: good restaurant,
across from the AIB bank
Electric: decent restaurant
above a bar at the end of
the South Mall near the
Grand Parade
Jacques: nice restaurant,
near the Post Office
Milano: towards the
junction with Maylor Street,
for pizzas
Market Lane: good food,
just beyond Milano
South’s: adjacent to the
hotel; pub grub lunchtimes
and evenings
The Long Valley: opposite
the Post Office, lunchtime
The Old Oak: near the
Post Office, lunchtime
The Oliver Plunkett: near
the Post Office, pub grub
at lunchtimes
Counihan’s: a nice pub
Crane Lane: a late night
Canty’s: lunchtime
Arthur Mayne’s: looks like
an old pharmacy but inside
is a wine bar with light
meals at lunch and
evenings; food and drink
can be taken out the back
door into Crane Lane
Il Padrino: Italian
Les Gourmandises: good
Castellis: Italian restaurant
Restaurante Rossini:
Italian restaurant
Ivory Tower: very small
restaurant with maverick
Clancy’s: with pub grub at
lunchtimes and evenings

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