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  • Extensive studies have been carried out on the Stable Matching problem, but they mostly consider cases where the agents to match belong to either one or two sets.

    Speaker
    Name:
    Guillaume Escamocher
    Bio:
    Post-Doc
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    Seminar Details
    Location:
    UCC
    Date:
    13/06/2018
  • Teanga, a linked data based platform for natural language processing (NLP). Teanga enables the use of many NLP services from a single interface, whether the need was to use a single service or multiple services in a pipeline. Teanga focuses on the problem of NLP services interoperability by using linked data to define the types of services input and output.

    Speaker
    Name:
    Housam Ziad
    Bio:
    Housam Ziad is a Research Associate at Insight Centre for Data Analytics @ NUI Galway, working in the Unit for Natural Language Processing (UNLP) under supervision of Dr.
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    Seminar Details
    Location:
    NUIG
    Date:
    19/04/2018
  • In this work we introduce declarative statistics, a suite of declarative

    Speaker
    Name:
    Roberto Rossi
    Bio:
    Dr. Roberto Rossi holds a B.Eng. and a M.Eng. from the University of Bologna (Italy), and a Ph.D. from the University College Cork (Ireland). He is currently a Reader in Management Science at the University of Edinburgh (UK) and Fellow of the UK Higher Education Academy.
    Seminar Details
    Location:
    UCC
    Date:
    27/04/2018
  • In Computer-Aided Decision Making, it helps if the computer knows something about what options the user prefers. This includes, for example, recommender systems (which option should be shown to the user next?), and applications of multi-criteria decision making.
    Speaker
    Name:
    Nic Wilson
    Bio:
    Research Fellow
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    Location:
    UCC
    Date:
    06/12/2017
  • A hungry academic who is attending the WebMedia conference in Gramado uses a mobile phone app to obtain a recommendation for a place-to-eat. The restaurant that the app recommends is not within walking distance and serves a fusion-style cuisine with which the academic is unfamiliar.
    Speaker
    Name:
    Derek Bridge
    Bio:
    Senior Lecturer
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    Seminar Details
    Location:
    UCC
    Date:
    13/10/2017
  • We introduce new CP models for the many-to-many stable matching problem. We use the notion of rotation to give a novel encoding that is linear in the input size of the problem. We give extra filtering rules to maintain arc consistency in quadratic time.

    Speaker
    Name:
    Mohamed Siala
    Bio:
    Post Doctoral Researcher
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    Seminar Details
    Location:
    UCC
    Date:
    19/10/2017
  • We propose a systematic approach for generating linear implied constraints that link the values returned by several automata with accumulators after consuming the same input sequence.

    Speaker
    Name:
    Helmut Simonis
    Bio:
    Senior Research Fellow
    Institution:
    Seminar Details
    Location:
    UCC
    Date:
    04/10/2017
  • We were participating in the 128th European Study Group with Industry at UL last week, part of a long-running series of meetings of mathematicians discussing problems with industrial sponsors.

    Speaker
    Name:
    Luis Quesada and Helmut Simonis
    Bio:
    Luis Quesada is Research Support Officer in Insight UCC http://publish.ucc.ie/researchprofiles/D005/lquesada/ Helmut Simonis is Senior Research Fellow in Insight UCC https://www.insight-centre.org/users/helmut-simonis
    Institution:
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    Location:
    UCC
    Date:
    28/06/2017
  • The geographically distributed data centres problem (GDDC) is a naturally distributed resource allocation problem. The problem involves allocating a set of virtual machines (VM) amongst the data centres (DC) in each time period of an operating horizon.

    Speaker
    Name:
    Diarmuid Grimes
    Bio:
    Senior Post-Doctoral Researcher
    Institution:
    Seminar Details
    Location:
    UCC
    Date:
    21/06/2017
  • The weighted degree heuristic is among the state of the art generic variable ordering strategies in constraint programming. However, it was often observed that when using large arity constraints, its efficiency deteriorates significantly since it loses its ability to discriminate variables.

    Speaker
    Name:
    Mohamed Siala
    Bio:
    Post-Doctoral Researcher
    Institution:
    Seminar Details
    Location:
    UCC
    Date:
    21/06/2017

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