Monthly Archives: October 2013

Seminar Series: How to Always win your Arguments: a quick Introduction to Abstract Argumentation Semantics, Extensions and Applications

On Tuesday 15th October, as part of the AIRC/School of Computing research seminar series, Dr Pierpaolo Dondio presented an excellent talk on Abstract Argumentation Semantics. Abstract: Argumentation theory is a multi-disciplinary field studying how arguments are built and valid conclusions are reached. Abstract argumentation frameworks were introduced at the end of the 90s to analyze […]

Well Done Dr. Paddy!

Dr Patrick Linstrom successfully defended his thesis, “Handling Concept Drift in the Context of Expensive Labels”, at a viva on 14th October, 2013. Well done Dr Paddy!

PhD Position in Machine Learning @ AIRC

The AIRC currently has a fully funded PhD position in machine learning. Details are given below and candidates interested in making an application should visit: Project Description: Project Description: Inductive-machine-learning-based automated fraud detection systems are best treated as a regression problem, and rely on large collections of historical data labelled with known outcomes for […]