Schedule

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Monday

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15:00-15:15

Welcome / Opening

15:15-16:10

XCBR Workshop
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15:15-15:25

Welcome and Presentation

15:25-16:10

Invited Talk by Mark Keane

16:10-17:25

1st session - Chair: Derek Bridge

16:10-16:35

A Systematic Review on Model-agnostic XAI Libraries

Jesus M. Darias, Belen Diaz-Agudo and Juan A. Recio-Garcia

16:35-17:00

Evaluating CBR Explanation Capabilities: Survey and Next Steps

Lawrence Gates and David Leake

17:00-17:25

Knowledge-based XAI through CBR: There is more to explanations than models can tell

Rosina Weber, Manil Shrestha and Adam Johs

17:25-17:45

Break

17:45-19:25

2nd session - Chair: Juan A. Recio García

17:45-18:10

Explanation Container in Case-Based Biomedical Question-Answering

Prateek Goel, Adam J. Johs, Manil Shrestha, and Rosina O. Weber

18:10-18:35

Actionable Feature Discovery in Counterfactuals using Feature Relevance Explainers

Nirmalie Wiratunga, Anjana Wijekoon, Ikechukwu Nkisi-Orji, Kyle Martin, Chamath Palihawadana and David Corsar

18:35-19:00

Explanations on Smart Stores

Arturo Acuaviva Huertos, Inmaculada Pérez Garbín, Belen Diaz-Agudo and Antonio A. Sánchez-Ruiz

19:00-19:25

Longitudinal Distance: Towards Accountable Instance Attribution

Rosina Weber, Prateek Goel, Shideh Amiri and Gideon Simpson

17:40-19:30

CBR Demonstrations
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17:40-17:45

Kickoff for CBR Demos and Showcases

Kyle Martin, RGU

17:45-18:10

A System to Assist Semantic Web Data Editing Through the Use of Case-Based Reasoning

Nicolas Lasolle, Olivier Bruneau, Jean Lieber, Emmanuel Nauer and Siyana Pavlova

18:10-18:35

Upcycling Formal Specifications for Similar Implementations with Arís

Kuruvilla George Aiyankovil, Rosemary Monahan and Diarmuid O'Donoghue

18:35-19:00

Prototype Application to Detect Malicious Network Traffic with Case-Based Reasoning and SEASALT

Jakob Michael Schoenborn and Klaus-Dieter Althoff

19:00-19:25

VISAB - a Visualization Tool for CBR Agent Behavior in Games

Marcel Gaal, Tim Kunold, Vanessa Schriefer, Moritz Fröhlich, Leon Römer, Pascal Reuss and Klaus-Dieter Althoff

19:25-19:30

Closing Comments and Farewell

19:25-19:30

Break

 

Session 1: Text & Language

Chair: Nirmalie Wiratunga

19:30-20:00

Ashish Upadhyay, Stewart Massie, Ritwik Kumar Singh, Garima Gupta and Muneendra Ojha - Case-Based Approach to Data-to-Text Generation

20:00-20:15

Wei Yu, Xiaoting Guo, Fei Chen, Tao Chang, Mengzhu Wang and Xiaodong Wang - Similar Questions Correspond to Similar SQL Queries: A Case-Based Reasoning Approach for Text-to-SQL Translation

20:15-20:45

Gechuan Zhang, Dairui Liu, Barry Smyth and Ruihai Dong - Deciphering Ancient Chinese Oracle Bone Inscriptions using Case-Based Reasoning

20:45-22:00

SOCIAL EVENT - Inspirational Shorts

 

Tuesday

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15:00-16:00

Keynote Talk

Prof. Santiago Ontañón Villar (Google Research/Drexel University)

16:00-16:30

Break

 

Session 2: Explainable AI

Chair: Rosina Weber

16:30-17:00

Eoin Delaney, Derek Greene and Mark Keane - Instance-based Counterfactual Explanations for Time Series Classification

17:00-17:30

Juan A. Recio-Garcia, Humberto Parejas-Llanovarced, Mauricio G. Orozco-del-Castillo and Esteban E. Brito-Borges - A case-based approach for the selection of explanation algorithms in image classification

17:30-18:00

Mohammed Temraz, Eoin Kenny, Elodie Ruelle, Laurence Shalloo, Barry Smyth and Mark Keane - Handling Climate Change Using Counterfactuals: Using Counterfactuals in Data Augmentation to Predict Crop Growth in an Uncertain Climate Future

18:00-18:30

Break

 

Session 3: Adaptation

Chair: Mark Keane

18:30-19:00

Xiaomeng Ye, David Leake, Vahid Jalali and David Crandall - Learning Adaptations for Case-Based Classification: A Neural Network Approach

19:00-19:30

Jean Lieber, Emmanuel Nauer and Henri Prade - When Revision-Based Case Adaptation Meets Analogical Extrapolation

19:30-19:45

Jean Lieber and Emmanuel Nauer - Adaptation knowledge discovery using positive and negative cases

19:45-20:15

David Leake and Xiaomeng Ye - Harmonizing Case Retrieval and Adaptation with Alternating Optimization

20:15-20:30

Break

20:30-22:30

Social Event – Remembering Cindy Marling, Awards Ceremony, & Inspirational Shorts Part 2

 

Wednesday

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Session 4: Cognition

Chair: David Leake

15:00-15:15

Srashti Kaurav, Devi Ganesan, Deepak P and Sutanu Chakraborti - Revisiting Fast and Slow Thinking in Case-Based Reasoning

15:15-15:45

Renganathan Subramanian, Devi Ganesan, Deepak P and Sutanu Chakraborti - Towards Richer Realizations of Holographic CBR

15:45-16:00

Hao Yang, Tavan Eftekhar, Chad Esselink, Yan Ding and Shiqi Zhang - Task and Situation Structures for Case-based Planning

16:00-16:30

Break

 

Session 5: Similarity Measures

Chair: Pascal Reuss

16:30-17:00

Rian Dolphin, Barry Smyth, Yang Xu and Ruihai Dong - Measuring Financial Time Series Similarity with a View to Identifying Profitable Stock Market Opportunities

17:00-17:15

Belen Diaz-Agudo, Guillermo Jimenez-Díaz and Jose Luis Jorro Aragoneses - User Evaluation to Measure the Perception of Similarities Measures in Artworks

17:15-17:45

Ruben Dapica and Federico Peinado - Evaluation of Similarity Measures for Flight Simulator Training Scenarios

17:45-18:00

Break

 

Session 6: Applications

Chair: David Aha

18:00-18:30

Ciara Feely, Brian Caulfield, Aonghus Lawlor and Barry Smyth - A Case-Based Reasoning Approach to Predicting and Explaining Running Related Injuries

18:30-18:45

Fakhri Abbas, Nadia Najjar and David Wilson - The Bites Eclectic: Critique-Based Conversational Recommendation for Diversity-Focused Meal Planning

18:45-19:00

Break - Kitchen Preparation

19:00-21:15

Spanish Food Cooking Class

21:15-22:15

Gala Dinner & Social

 

Thursday

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15:00-16:00

Keynote Talk

Prof. Kerstin Bach (Norwegian University of Science and Technology)

16:00-16:30

Break

16:30-17:30

Michael Richter Memorial Panel

Chair: Rosina Weber

17:30-18:00

Break

 

Session 7: Features & Knowledge Representation

Chair: Antonio Sánchez-Ruiz

18:00-18:30

Eirik Lund Flogard, Ole Jakob Mengshoel and Kerstin Bach - Bayesian Feature Construction for Case-Based Reasoning: Generating Good Checklists

18:30-18:45

Zachary Wilkerson, David Leake and David Crandall - On Combining Knowledge-Engineered and Network-Extracted Features for Retrieval

18:45-19:15

Pierre-Alexandre Murena and Marie Al-Ghossein - Inferring Case-Based Reasoners' Knowledge to Enhance Interactivity

19:15-20:15

Program Committee Meeting

20:15-21:15

Community Meeting & Wrap-up

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