Conference Programme

Springer Proceedings are online. You can also use the direct link from each paper in the programme. The free access from this website is valid until October 31, 2021.

Most of the conference talks (but not all) are archived as videos at the ECSQARU 2021 playlist of the UTIA YouTube channel.
Click the YouTube logo YouTube stream in the programme to play the video of the corresponding session.

Date Time
September, 2021
09:00 - 09:10 YouTube stream
Conference Opening
09:10 - 10:10
Invited talk
Keynote Speaker: Tomáš Kroupa
Computation of Equilibria in Infinite Strategic Games
10:10 - 10:40
Coffee break - Spatial Chat
10:40 - 11:40 YouTube stream
Belief Functions I - chair: Milan Daniel
(10:40-11:00) Hélène Fargier, Érik Martin-Dorel and Pierre Pomeret-Coquot
Games of Incomplete Information: a Framework Based on Belief Functions
(11:00-11:20) Radim Jiroušek and Václav Kratochvíl
Approximations of belief functions using compositional models
(11:20-11:40) Davide Petturiti and Barbara Vantaggi
Dempster-Shafer Approximations and Probabilistic Bounds in Statistical Matching
11:40 - 11:50
Short Break
11:50 - 12:50 YouTube stream
Argumentation I - chair: Henry Prakken
(11:50-12:10) Jean-Guy Mailly
Constrained Incomplete Argumentation Frameworks
(12:10-12:30) Leila Amgoud
Non-Monotonic Explanation Functions
(12:30-12:50) Timotheus Kampik and Dov Gabbay
The Degrees of Monotony-Dilemma in Abstract Argumentation
12:50 - 14:30
Lunch in Jídelna Slovanka (see point 2 in the map of the area)
14:30 - 15:50 YouTube stream
Probability Logics I - chair: Enrique Miranda
(14:30-14:50) Arianna Casanova, Juerg Kohlas and Marco Zaffalon
Algebras of Sets and Coherent Sets of Gambles
(14:50-15:10) Janneke H. Bolt and Linda C. van der Gaag
Generalized Rules of Probabilistic Independence
(15:10-15:30) Jürgen Landes
A Triple Uniqueness of the Maximum Entropy Approach
(15:30-15:50) Niki Pfeifer and Giuseppe Sanfilippo
Interpreting connexive principles in coherence-based probability logic
15:50 - 16:20
Coffee break - Spatial Chat
16:20 - 17:20 YouTube stream
Bayesian Networks I - chair: Martin Plajner
(16:20-16:40) Tara Koopman and Silja Renooij
Persuasive Contrastive Explanations for Bayesian networks
(16:40-17:00) Johan Kwisthout
Explainable AI using MAP-independence
(17:00-17:20) Julissa Villanueva Llerena, Denis Deratani Mauá and Alessandro Antonucci
Cautious Classification with Data Missing Not at Random using Generative Random Forests
17:30 - 19:30
Welcome party in the entrance hall of the conference building.
September, 2021
09:00 - 10:00 YouTube stream
Invited talk
Keynote Speaker: Steven Schockaert
Reasoning with entity embeddings
10:00 - 10:30
Coffee break - Spatial Chat
10:30 - 11:30 YouTube stream
Argumentation II - chair: Ramón Pino Pérez
(10:30-10:50) Anthony Hunter
Argument Strength in Probabilistic Argumentation using Confirmation Theory
(10:50-11:10) Henry Prakken
Philosophical reflections on Argument Strength and Gradual Acceptability
(11:10-11:30) AnneMarie Borg and Floris Bex
Necessary and Sufficient Explanations for Argumentation-Based Conclusions
11:30 - 11:40
Short Break
11:40 - 13:00 YouTube stream
Possibility Theory and Fuzzy Approaches - chair: Hélène Fargier
(11:40-12:00) Tommaso Flaminio, Lluis Godo and Sara Ugolini
Canonical Extension of Possibility Measures to Boolean Algebras of Conditionals
(12:00-12:20) Didier Dubois, Henri Prade and Agnès Rico
Towards a tesseract of Sugeno integrals
(12:20-12:40) Ismaïl Baaj, Jean-Philippe Poli, Wassila Ouerdane and Nicolas Maudet
Representation of Explanations of Possibilistic Inference Decisions
(12:40-13:00) Laura Giordano
On the KLM properties of a fuzzy DL with Typicality
13:00 - 14:30
Lunch in Jídelna Slovanka (see point 2 in the map of the area)
14:30 - 15:50 YouTube stream
Inconsistency Handling and Preferences - chair: Nic Wilson
(14:30-14:50) Kedian Mu
The Degree of Conflict between Formulas in An Inconsistent Knowledge Base
(14:50-15:10) Xiaolong Liu, Philippe Besnard and Sylvie Doutre
Inducing Inference Relations from Inconsistency Measures
(15:10-15:30) Amílcar Mata Díaz and Ramón Pino Pérez
Merging Epistemic States and Manipulation
(15:30-15:50) Christophe Labreuche
Explanation with the Winter Value: Efficient Computation for Hierarchical Choquet Integrals
15:50 - 16:20
Coffee break - Spatial Chat
16:20 - 17:20 YouTube stream
Argumentation III - chair: Lisa Chalaguine
(16:20-16:40) Samy Sá and João Alcântara
An Abstract Argumentation and Logic Programming Comparison Based on 5-Valued Labellings
(16:40-17:00) Nico Potyka
Generalizing Complete Semantics to Bipolar Argumentation Frameworks
(17:00-17:20) Bruno Yun and Srdjan Vesic
Gradual Semantics for Weighted Bipolar SETAFs
19:00 - 22:00
Conference dinner in Nebozizek Restaurant (onsite only). More information here.
September, 2021
YouTube stream
09:00 - 10:00
Invited talk
Keynote Speaker: Cassio Polpo de Campos
Probabilistic Graphical Models: Tractability and Robustness
10:00 - 10:30
Coffee break - Spatial Chat
10:30 - 11:50
Imprecise Probability - chair: Jiřina Vejnarová
(10:30-10:50) Enrique Miranda and Ignacio Montes
Centroids of credal sets: a comparative study
(10:50-11:10) Floris Persiau, Jasper De Bock and Gert de Cooman
The Smallest Probability Interval a Sequence Is Random for: a Study for Six Types of Randomness
(11:10-11:30) Yonatan Carlos Carranza Alarcón and Sébastien Destercke
Multi-label chaining with imprecise probabilities
(11:30-11:50) Alessandro Antonucci, Francesca Mangili, Claudio Bonesana and Giorgia Adorni
A New Score for Adaptive Tests in Bayesian and Credal Networks
11:50 - 12:00
Short Break
12:00 - 13:00
Bayesian Networks II - chair: Milan Studený
(12:00-12:20) Sarah Benikhlef, Philippe Leray, Guillaume Raschia, Montassar Ben Messaoud and Fayrouz Sakly
Multi-Task Transfer Learning for Bayesian Networks Structures
(12:20-12:40) Bahare Salmani and Joost-Pieter Katoen
Fine-Tuning the odds for Bayes networks
(12:40-13:00) Martin Plajner and Jiří Vomlel
Bayesian networks for the test score prediction: a case study on a math graduation exam
13:00 - 14:30
Lunch in Jídelna Slovanka (see point 2 in the map of the area)
14:30 - 15:30
Argumentation IV - chair: Srdjan Vesic
(14:30-14:50) Rafael Silva and João Alcântara
A Paraconsistent Approach to Deal with Epistemic Inconsistencies in Argumentation
(14:50-15:10) Leila Amgoud and Victor David
Similarity Measures based on Compiled Arguments
(15:10-15:30) Samy Sá and João Alcântara
Assumption-Based Argumentation is Logic Programming with Projection
15:30 - 16:00
Coffee break - Spatial Chat
16:00 - 17:20
Belief Functions II - chair: Radim Jiroušek
(16:00-16:20) Esther Anna Corsi, Tommaso Flaminio and Hykel Hosni
Scoring rules for Belief Functions and Imprecise Probabilities: A Comparison
(16:20-16:40) Milan Daniel and Václav Kratochvíl
Comparison of Shades and Hiddenness of Conflict
(16:40-17:00) Fares Grina, Zied Elouedi and Eric Lefèvre
Uncertainty-Aware resampling method for imbalanced classification using Evidence Theory
(17:00-17:20) Tekwa Tedjini, Sohaib Afifi, Frédéric Pichon and Eric Lefèvre
The vehicle routing problem with time windows and evidential service and travel times: A recourse model
September, 2021
YouTube stream
09:00 - 10:20
Probability Logics II - chair: Janneke Bolt
(9:00-9:20) Alessandro Aldini, Gianluca Curzi, Pierluigi Graziani and Mirko Tagliaferri
Trust Evidence Logic
(9:20-9:40) Vincent de Wit, Dragan Doder and John Jules Meyer
A Probabilistic Deontic Logic
(9:40-10:00) Angelo Gilio and Giuseppe Sanfilippo
Iterated Conditionals and Characterization of P-entailment
(10:00-10:20) Shota Motoura
A Logic and Computation for Popper’s Conditional Probabilities
10:20 - 10:50
Coffee break - Spatial Chat
10:50 - 11:50
Argumentation V - chair: Nico Potyka
(10:50-11:10) Stergos Afantenos, Tarek Kunze, Suryani Lim, Henri Prade and Gilles Richard
Analogies between sentences: Theoretical aspects - preliminary experiments
(11:10-11:30) Daniel Neugebauer, Jörg Rothe and Kenneth Skiba
Complexity of Nonemptiness in Control Argumentation Frameworks
(11:30-11:50) Lisa Chalaguine and Anthony Hunter
Addressing Popular Concerns regarding COVID-19 Vaccination with Natural Language Argumentation Dialogues
11:50 - 12:00
Closing Remarks