Graph-Based Representation and Reasoning: 21st International by Nathalie Hernandez, Robert Jäschke, Madalina Croitoru

By Nathalie Hernandez, Robert Jäschke, Madalina Croitoru

This e-book constitutes the complaints of the twenty first overseas convention on Conceptual buildings, ICCS 2014, held in Iaşi, Romania, in July 2014. The 17 standard papers and six brief papers provided during this quantity have been rigorously reviewed and chosen from forty and 10 submissions, respectively. the themes lined are: conceptual constructions, wisdom illustration, reasoning, conceptual graphs, formal notion research, semantic internet, details integration, desktop studying, information mining and knowledge retrieval.

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In: Proceedings of la Confrence sur l’Apprentissage Automatique, Lille, France, pp. ch/personal/smilos/ Abstract. Positional Games is a branch of Combinatorics which focuses on a variety of two player games, ranging from well-known games such as Tic-Tac-Toe and Hex, to purely abstract games played on graphs. The field has experienced quite a growth in recent years, with more than a few applications in related areas. We aim to introduce the basic notions, approaches and tools, as well as to survey the recent developments, open problems and promising research directions, keeping the main focus on the games played on graphs.

Uk Abstract. Computing formal concepts is a fundamental part of Formal Concept Analysis and the design of increasingly efficient algorithms to carry out this task is a continuing strand of FCA research. Most approaches suffer from the repeated computation of the same formal concepts and, initially, algorithms concentrated on efficient searches through already computed results to detect these repeats, until the so-called canonicity test was introduced. The canonicity test meant that it was sufficient to examine the attributes of a computed concept to determine its newness: searching through previously computed concepts was no longer necessary.

As for determining the winner, there are several standard sets of rules, and here we mention three. – In a strong game, the player who is first to claim all elements of a winning set is the winner, and if all elements of the board are claimed and no player has won, the game is a draw. A strategy stealing argument ensures that the Partly supported by Ministry of Science and Technological Development, Republic of Serbia, and Provincial Secretariat for Science, Province of Vojvodina. N. Hernandez et al.

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