Institute for Web Science and Technologies · Universität Koblenz - Landau
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Talks

Time translation symmetry breaking explains condensations in preferential attachment models


12.03.20. We propose a novel analytical framework for a general set of preferential attachment network models, where we express the network growth as an eigensystem. [read more...]

Improving User Experience of Eye Tracking-Based Interaction: Introspecting and Adapting Interfaces


05.03.20. We propose the efficient introspection of interfaces to retrieve the interface semantics and adapt the interaction with eye gaze. [read more...]

TAGSwipe: Touch Assisted Gaze Swipe for Text Entry


20.02.20. This paper introduces TAGSwipe, a bi-modal method that combines the simplicity of touch with the speed of gaze for swiping through a word. [read more...]

Independence and d-separation in Abstract Argumentation


13.02.20. Efficient inference requires the ability to distinguish parts of a knowledge base that are relevant and irrelevant to a given query. Indeed, various notions of (ir)relevance have been studied in AI. A well-known example is conditional independence in probabilistic reasoning. In this talk we define a notion of conditional independence in a new setting, namely abstract argumentation. [read more...]

Sigmentation: Univariate Data Segmentation using Genetic Algorithm


06.02.20. In this talk, I will present a segmentation approach that uses Fourier transform and genetic algorithm. [read more...]

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