Conference Program

(last updated: September the 1st, 2022)

The accepted conference papers were published in a volume of “Lecture Notes in Computer Science” (LNCS) by Springer, which was made available after the conference (LNCS, volume 13566).

Springer also sponsored an award for the best research paper presented at the conference. The winner was the paper “Almost certain termination for ALC weakening,” from Confalonieri et al. and presented in the Knowledge Representation and Reasoning track.

Details for 1st Day – 31st August 2022

  • 09h00 – 09h30 – Opening Session (room GA)
  • 09h30 – 10h30 – Keynote: João Gama (room GA)
  • 10h30 – 11h00 – Coffee Break
  • 11h00 – 12h30 – Doctoral Symposium (rooms 02.1 and 02.2)
  • 12h30 – 14h00 – Lunch Break
  • 14h00 – 15h00 – MASTA+AIPES (15+5 min per presentation)

Multi-Agent Systems: Theory and Applications (room 02.1 – session chaired by Alberto Fernandez)

Martin Aleksandrov – Envy-freeness up to one item: Shall we add or remove resources?

André Behr, Helia Guerra, Paulo Trigo, Luis Cavique, Helder Coelho, Rosa Vicari, Armando Mendes and Jose Cascalho – Bringing Underused Learning Objects to the Light: A Multi-Agent based Approach

Alexandre Neves and Alberto Sardinha – Learning to Cooperate with Completely Unknown Teammates

Artificial Intelligence in Power and Energy Systems (room 02.2 – session chaired by Pedro Faria and Tiago Pinto)

Daniel Ramos, Pedro Faria, Luis Gomes, Pedro Campos and Zita Vale – A Learning Approach to Improve the Selection of Forecasting Algorithms in an Office Building in Different Contexts

José Baptista, Nuno Pimenta, Raul Morais and Tiago Pinto – Modeling stand-alone photovoltaic systems with Matlab/Simulink

Vitor Oliveira, Tiago Pinto, Ricardo Faia, Bruno Veiga, Joao Soares, Ruben Romero and Zita Vale – Automatic Configuration of Genetic Algorithm for the Optimization of Electricity Market Participation using Sequential Model Algorithm Configuration

  • 15h00 – 15h30 – Coffee Break
  • 15h30 – 17h30 – GAI+AIM+KRR (15+5 min per presentation)

General AI – Part 1 (room GA – session chaired by Alberto Sardinha)

Filipe Fernandes, Almeida Dias, Isabel Araújo, Goreti Marreiros, Joana Machado, Hossam Dawa, Henrique Vicente and José Neves – Effective Communication in Transition Care During Shift Change

Catarina Silva, António Morais and Bernardete Ribeiro – A Generic Approach to Extend Interpretability of Deep Networks

Gloria Pietropolli, Gianpiero Cossarini and Luca Manzoni – GANs for integration of deterministic model and observations in marine ecosystem

Matthias Kissel, Martin Gottwald, Biljana Gjeroska, Philipp Paukner and Klaus Diepold – Backpropagation Through States: Training Neural Networks with Sequentially Semiseparable Weight Matrices

Felix Schön and Hans Tompits – PAUL: An Algorithmic Composer for Classical Piano Music Supporting Multiple Complexity Levels

Artificial Intelligence in Medicine – Part 1 (room 02.1 – session chaired by Manuel Filipe Santos)

Julia A. Meister, Khuong An Nguyen and Zhiyuan Luo – Audio feature ranking for sound-based COVID-19 patient detection

Maria Pedroto, Alipio M. Jorge, João Mendes Moreira and Teresa Coelho – Improving the prediction of Age of Onset of TTR-FAP patients using graph-embedding features

João Lopes, Mariana Faria, Diogo Peixoto, Rui Macedo, Hugo Peixoto, Manuel Santos and Agostinho Barbosa – Determining Internal Medicine Length of Stay by means of Predictive Analytics

Beatriz Leitão, Paula Faustino and Susana Vinga – Comparative evaluation of classification indexes and outlier detection of microcytic anaemias in a Portuguese sample

Knowledge Representation and Reasoning (room 02.2 session chaired by Matthias Knorr)

Yusuf Izmirlioglu, Loc Pham, Tran Cao Son and Enrico Pontelli – A Robust State Transition Function for Multi-agent Epistemic Systems

Pedro Cabalar, Manuel Framil and Jose Santos – A MaxSAT Solver based on Differential Evolution (preliminary report)

Maria Eugenia Cornejo Piñero, Luis Fariñas del Cerro and Jesús Medina – Multi-adjoint lattice logic. Properties and query answering

João Alves, Nuno Lau and Filipe Silva – Skill Learning for Long-Horizon Sequential Tasks

Roberto Confalonieri, Pietro Galliani, Oliver Kutz, Daniele Porello, Guendalina Righetti and Nicolas Troquard – Almost certain termination for ALC weakening (winner of the EPIA’22 best paper award)

Details for 2nd Day – 1st September 2022

  • 09h00 – 11h00 – GAI+AIM+AITS (15+5 min per presentation)

General AI – Part 2 (room GA – session chaired by Alberto Sardinha)

Carla Guerra, Francisco S. Melo and Manuel Lopes – FIT: Using feature importance to teach classification tasks to unknown learners

Bruno Faria, Dylan Perdigão, Joana Brás and Luis Macedo – The joint role of Batch Size and Query Strategy in Active Learning-based Prediction – A case study in the Heart Attack Domain

Tiago Oliveira and Arlindo Oliveira – Assessing Policy, Loss and Planning Combinations in Reinforcement Learning using a New Modular Architecture

Kevin Martins and Rui Mendes – Cherry-picking meta-heuristic algorithms and parameters for real optimization problems

Helder Coelho – On Developing Ethical AI

Artificial Intelligence in Medicine – Part 2 (room 02.1 – session chaired by Filipe Portela)

Beatriz Soares, João Alves, Cláudia Brito and António Sousa – Cloud-based Privacy-preserving Medical Imaging System using Machine Learning Tools

Tetiana Biloborodova, Semen Lomakin and Inna Skarga-Bandurova – Region of Interest Identification in the Cervical Digital Histology Images

Catarina Pinto, Juliana Faria and Luis Macedo – An Active Learning-based Medical Diagnosis System

Ana Beatriz Vieira, Ana Catarina Fonseca, José Ferro and Arlindo Oliveira – Using a Siamese Network to Accurately Detect Ischemic Stroke in Computed Tomography Scans

Khaoula Echabbi, Elmoukhtar Zemmouri, Mohammed Douimi and Hamdi Salsabil – A General Preprocessing Pipeline for Deep Learning on Radiology Images: A COVID-19 Case Study

Artificial Intelligence in Transportation Systems (room 02.2 – session chaired by Rosaldo Rossetti and Alberto Fernandez)

Martin Aleksandrov – Fairness for Drivers and Pareto Optimality for Customers in Intelligent Vehicle Applications

António Ribeiro da Costa, Zafeiris Kokkinogenis, Pedro d’Orey and Rosaldo Rossetti – Assessing Communication Strategies in C-ITS using n-Person Prisoner’s Dilemma perspective

Cláudia Rodrigues, Marco Veloso, Ana Alves, Gonçalo Ferreira and Carlos Bento – Generating the Users Geographic Map Using Mobile Phone Data

Saleh Alaliyat, Deepti Mishra, Ute Schaarschmidt, Zhicheng Hu, Amirashkan Haghshenas and Laura Giarre – On demand waste collection for smart cities: a case study

Pedro Pereira, António Silva, Rui Machado, João Silva, Dalila Durães, José Machado, Paulo Novais, João Monteiro, Pedro Melo-Pinto and Duarte Fernandes – Comparison of different deployment ap-proaches of FPGA-Based Hardware Accelera-tor for 3D Object Detection Models

  • 11h00 – 11h30 – Coffee Break
  • 11h30 – 12h30 – Keynote: Luc De Raedt (room GA)
  • 12h30 – 14h00 – Lunch Break
  • 14h00 – 15h00 – APIA General Assembly (room GA)
  • 15h00 – 15h30 – Coffee Break
  • 15h30 – 16h30 – AI4IS+IROBOT (15+5 min per presentation)

Artificial Intelligence for Industry and Societies (room 0.2.1 – session chaired by Filipe Portela)

Diogo Carvalho and Biswa Sengupta – Hierarchically Structured Scheduling and Execution of Tasks in a Multi-Agent Environment

Carlos Balsa and Paulo Piloto – Estimating the Temperature on the Reinforcing Bars of Composite Slabs Under Fire Conditions

Intelligent Robotics (room 0.2.2)

Matthias Kissel, Sven Gronauer, Mathias Korte, Luca Sacchetto and Klaus Diepold – Exploiting Structures in Weight Matrices for Efficient Real-Time Drone Control with Neural Networks

Roberto Oterino-Bono, Nieves Pavon-Pulido, Jesús Damián Blasco-García, Juan Antonio López-Riquelme, Marta Jiménez-Muñoz, Jorge J. Feliu-Batlle and María Trinidad Herrero – Deep Learning methods integration for improving Natural Interaction between humans and an assistant mobile robot in the context of autonomous navigation

Details for 3rd Day – 2nd September 2022

  • 09h30 – 11h00 – TeMA+AmIA (15+5 min per presentation)

Text Mining and Applications (room 0.2.1 – session chaired by Joaquim Silva)

João Damas, José Luís Devezas and Sérgio Nunes – Federated Search using Query Log Evidence

Rosimeire Pereira da Costa, Hidelberg Oliveira Albuquerque, Gabriel Silvestre, Nádia Félix F. da Silva, Ellen Polliana Ramos Souza, Augusto Sousa Nunes, Márcio de Souza Dias, Fabíola S. F. Pereira, André P. de L. F. de Carvalho, Miguel Gardini, Vinicius Silva, Adriano L. I. Oliveira, Matheus Silva, João Vitor Beinotti, João Pedro Tarrega, Felipe Siqueira and Douglas Vitório – Expanding [Omitted] Named Entity Recognition Corpus with Informal User-generated Text

Bernardo Leite and Henrique Lopes Cardoso – Neural Question Generation for the Portuguese Language: A Preliminary Study

Ambient Intelligence and Affective Environments (room 0.2.2 – session chaired by Peter Mikulecky)

Kristián Fodor, Zoltán Balogh and Jan Francisti – Visualization of Physiological Response in the Context of Emotion Recognition

Sergio Márquez, Jorge Herrera, Sergio Alonso, Ana M. Pérez and Sara Rodríguez – Lorawan Module for Measurement of Environmental Parameters and Control of Irrigation Systems for Agricultural and Livestock Facilities

Bruno Teixeira, Diogo Martinho, Paulo Novais, Juan Corchado and Goreti Marreiros – Diabetic-Friendly Multi-Agent Recommendation System for Restaurants based on Social Media Sentiment Analysis and Multi-Criteria Decision Making

Catarina Antelo, Diogo Martinho and Goreti Marreiros – A review on supervised learning methodologies for detecting eating habits of diabetic patients

  • 11h00 – 11h30 – Coffee Break
  • 11h30 – 12h30 – Keynote: Iryna Gurevych (room GA)
  • 12h30 – 14h00 – Lunch Break
  • 14h00 – 15h30 – AIL+KDBI (15+5 min per presentation)

Artificial Intelligence and Law – Part 1 (room 0.2.1 session chaired by Pedro Miguel Freitas)

Vera Lúcia Raposo – The European Draft Regulation on Artificial Intelligence: Houston, We Have a Problem

Tracy Pearl – Traffic Stops in the Age of Autonomous Vehicles

Monique Arruda – Unraveling the algorithms for humanized digital work oriented artificial intelligence

Hugo Mentzingen, Nuno António and Fernando Bação – A rapid semi-automated literature review on legal precedents retrieval

Knowledge Discovery and Business Intelligence – Part 1 (room 0.2.2 – session chaired by Paulo Cortez)

Edson Duarte, Daniel de Haro Moraes and Lucas Leonardo Padula – A Learning-to-Rank Approach for Spare Parts Consumption in the Repair Process

Susana Nascimento, Alexandre Martins, Paulo Relvas, Joaquim F. Luis and Boris Mirkin – Novel Cluster Modeling for the Spatio-Temporal Analysis of Coastal Upwelling

Pedro José Pereira, Nuno Costa, Margarida Barros, Paulo Cortez, António Silva, Dalila Durães and José Machado – A Comparison of Automated Time Series Forecasting Tools for Smart Cities

Ana Nogueira, Carlos Ferreira and João Gama – Temporal Nodes Causal Discovery for in ICU Survival Analysis

  • 15h30 – 16h00 – Coffee Break
  • 16h00 – 18h00 – AIL+KDBI (15+5 min per presentation)

Artificial Intelligence and Law – Part 2 (room 0.2.1 – session chaired by Pedro Miguel Freitas)

Daniela Freire, Leonardo Carneiro Feltran, André Carlos Ponce de Leon Ferreira de Carvalho, João Eduardo Ferreira, Pedro Losco Takecian, Kelly Cristina Ramos da Silva, Danilo Carlotti, Claudemir Firmino Souza Cruz, Lara Ayumi Nagamatsu, Francisco Antonio Cavalcanti Lima and Roberto Mendes Portela – Content-based Lawsuits Document Image Retrieval

Nídia Moreira – The compatibility of AI in criminal system with the ECHR and ECtHR jurisprudence

Dyonnatan F. Maia, Nádia F. F. Silva, Ellen P. R. Souza, Augusto S. Nunes, Lucas C. Procópio, Guthemberg da S. Sampaio, Márcio de S. Dias, Adrio O. Alves, Dyéssica F. Maia, Ingrid A. Ribeiro, Fabíola S. F. Pereira and André P. de L. F. de Carvalho – UlyssesSD-Br: Stance Detection in Brazilian Political Polls

Daniela Freire, Leonardo Carneiro Feltran, Lara Ayumi Nagamatsu, André Carlos Ponce de Leon Ferreira de Carvalho, João Eduardo Ferreira, Danilo Carlotti, Kelly Cristina Ramos da Silva, Claudemir Firmino Souza Cruz, Pedro Losco Takecian, Francisco Antônio Cavalcanti Lima and Roberto Mendes Portela – Lawsuits Document Images Processing Classification

Marco Gomes, Bruno Oliveira and Cristóvão Sousa – Enriching legal knowledge through Intelligent Information Retrieval Techniques: a review

Knowledge Discovery and Business Intelligence – Part 2 (room 0.2.2 – session chaired by Luís Cavique)

Paulo Pinheiro and Luís Cavique – Uplift modeling using the transform outcome approach

Bruno Oliveira, Mário Leite, Óscar Oliveira and Orlando Belo – A Service-Oriented Framework for ETL Implementation

Thiago Andrade and João Gama – How are you riding? Transportation Mode Identification from Raw GPS Data

Tiago Afonso and Claudia Antunes – The Automation of Feature Generation with Domain Knowledge

David Silva and Fernando Bação – MapIntel: Enhancing Competitive Intelligence Acquisition Through Embeddings and Visual Analytics

  • 18h00 – 18h30 – Closing Session (room 0.2.1)