[Reliable_computing] Fw: 5th School on Belief Functions and their Applications, Siena, Italy, October 27-31, 2019 (2nd announcement)
vladik at utep.edu
Tue Jul 2 03:24:59 CDT 2019
This may be of interest to fuzzy, interval, and imprecise probability folks
From: Thierry Denoeux <thierry.denoeux at utc.fr>
Sent: Tuesday, July 2, 2019 12:44 AM
Could you please post this 2nd announcement of the forthcoming school on belief functions? Thank you very much!
The 5th edition of the School on Belief Functions and their Applications will take place at Certosa di Pontignano, Siena, Tuscany, Italy on October 27-31, 2019. See the school homepage at:
The BELIEF school is a biennial event organized by the Belief Functions and Applications Society (BFAS) that offers a unique opportunity for students and researchers to learn about fundamental and advanced aspects of the theory of belief functions, also referred to as Dempster-Shafer theory, or evidence theory.
The school will be organized around a set of lectures by prominent researchers as well as a tutorial session focused on the practical use and implementation of belief functions. Lectures will gradually tackle basic to more advanced theoretical concepts. They will also highlight the links with other uncertainty theories such as imprecise probabilities, random sets and rough sets, and present some of the belief functions applications in various domains including information fusion, inference and machine learning.
* 31 July 2019: Deadline for early-bird registration
* 15 September 2019: Deadline for registration
BFAS school participants will have the opportunity to present their work during a poster session. Interested participants are invited tp submit your poster title, author names together with an abstract of roughly 500 words to: bfta2019 at bfasociety.org<mailto:bfta2019 at bfasociety.org>.
Prof. Thierry Denoeux
Université de Technologie de Compiègne
Rue Roger Couttolenc, CS 60319
60203 Compiègne cedex, France
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