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- September 2021: ‚Quantifying the Conceptual Error in Dimensionality Reduction‘, Applications of Formal Sciences: Explainable AI, Dagstuhl
- March 2021: ‚Discovery of Conceptual Measurements/Entdecken Begrifflicher Messungen‘, Application of Formal Sciences — Explainable Artificial Intelligence, Dagstuhl
- September 2020: ‚Navigating Conceptual Measurements‘, Dagstuhl Meeting on the Application of Formal Sciences — Knowledge Engineering
- Subreviewer: FCA4AI-2021, 21 August 2021, Montréal, Canada
- Subreviewer: ECML PKDD, 13–17 September 2021
- Subreviewer: 17th Russian Conference on Artificial Intelligence, 21–25 October, 2019, Ulyanovsk, Russia
- Subreviewer: 11th ACM conference on Web Science, June 30–July 3, 2019, Boston, MA, USA
Accompanying my theoretical research, there are two projects I mainly work for:
Conexp-Clj — Scale-Exploration Standalone
Accompanying our research on conceptual measurements, we implemented the exploration of scale-measures algorithm in conexp-cjl and provided a standalone (Ready for Use) version of the algorithm. Associated Papers:
- Hanika T., Hirth J.: Exploring Scale-Measures of Data Sets submitted.
- Hanika T., Hirth J.: On the Lattice of Conceptual Measurements submitted.
Conexp-Clj — A Research Tool for FCA
The research unit Knowledge & Data Engineering continues the development of the research tool conexp-clj, originally created by Dr. Daniel Borchmann. The continuous enhancement of the software package is supervised by Dr. Tom Hanika. Having such a tool at hand, the research group is able to test and analyze the theoretical research efforts in the realm of formal concept analysis and related fields. The most recent, pre-compiled, release candidate can be downloaded here.
A presentation of the tool can be found in Conexp-Clj – A Research Tool for FCA
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