Seventh Workshop on

Learning with Logics and Logics for Learning

 

CALL for PAPERS and PARTICIPATION

http://www.iip.ist.i.kyoto-u.ac.jp/LLLL2011/

IMOPRTANT!!

IBIS-ML/DMSS/LLLL will be held on March 28-30, as announced before,

but in case the situation changes we would cancel the workshops

and please check the homepages continuously.

Please travel to Osaka with your best care.

 

DEADLINE EXTENDED!!

New extended abstract submission deadline: February 6, 2011

 

March 28(Tue)-30(Wed), 2011

Osaka University Nakanoshima Center, Osaka, Japan

March 28 (Mon) : Invited talks shared with IBIS-ML and DMSM

March 29, 30(Wed) : Invited talks and Technical Sessions

 

Co-located events

March 28-29, 2011: 4th IBISML meeting

http://ibisml.org/ibisml004

March 29-30, 2011:

The 5th International Workshop on Data-Mining and Statistical Science (DMSS2011)

http://ibisml.org/dmss2011/

 

Invited Talks

The LLLL workshop invited the following speakers jointly with the DMSS workshop.

Detailed information is provided at the site http://ibisml.org/dmss2011/italk

Ryo Yoshinaka : Distributional Learning of Extensions of Context-Free Grammars

Hideki Tsuiki : Computation over Topological Spaces via Streams with a Bottom

Yasuo Tabei : Kernel-based Similarity Search in Massive Graph Databases with Wavelet Trees

 

Registration

No pre-registration is required and registration fee is free

Social gathering (Konshin-Kai) with snacks and soft drinks at March 29

http://ibisml.org/dmss2011

On site registration is required

fee for social gathering: 1,000yen (regular) / 500yen (student)

Proceedings

No printed proceedings is published and fee for proceedings is free.

Attendees of the workshop can copy the PDF files of articles via USB-memory.

Contact E-mail address: akihiro (a t) i.kyoto-u.ac.jp  (Please replace (a t) with @)

 

Note that no registration fee is required for the IBISML and LLLL, but the technical report of the 4th IBISML is not free. You can check its price at:  http://www.ieice.org/jpn/books/gihou-list.php

 

Further, all LLLL attendees can join the invited talk of the 4th IBISML meeting by Yoshioka Kameya

http://ibisml.org/ibisml004

 

 

Workshop Program (Tentative)

March 29

LLLL/DMSS Invited Talk 1

13:50 - 14:50, Tamokuteki Room 2

Distributional Learning of Extensions of Context-Free Grammars

Ryo Yoshinaka (ERATO MINATO Project and Hokkaido University)

 

Opening 15:10-15:20

Session 1  15:20 - 16:50, Tamokuteki Room 2

 

On Learning Dyck-Typed Regular Translation Elementary Formal Systems with Tag Operations between XML Documents

    Noriko Sugimoto (Sojo University)

    Kouichi Hirata (Kyushu Institute of Technology)

 

Characterizing probabilistic clusters by minimal discriminative propositions

   Yoshitaka Kameya* (Tokyo Institute of Technology)

   Satoru Nakamura (Tokyo Institute of Technology)

   Tatsuya Iwasaki (Tokyo Institute of Technology, currently working at NTT Data Corporation)

   Taisuke Sato (Tokyo Institute of Technology)

 

Predicting Noise Trader Behavior Through Mining Newspaper Articles

   Authors: Katsuhiko Okada* (Kwansei Gakuin University)

   Yukinobu Hamuro (Kwansei Gakuin University)

 

Social Gathering 17:30 - 19:00

http://ibisml.org/dmss2011/sg

 

March 30

Session 2  9:50 - 10:50, Tamokuteki Room 2

A Bottom-Up Edit Distance between Rooted Labeled Trees

    Yoshiaki Yamamoto (Kyushu Institute of Technology)

    Kouichi Hirata (Kyushu Institute of Technology)

    Tetsuji Kuboyama (Gakushuin University)

 

Broom Distance between Rooted Labeled Trees

    Tetsuji Kuboyama (Gakushuin University)

    Kouichi Hirata   (Kyushu Institute of Technology)

 

LLLL/DMSS Invited Talk 2

11:00 - 12:00, Tamokuteki Room 2

Computation over Topological Spaces via Streams with a Bottom

Hideki Tsuiki (Kyoto University)

 

LLLL/DMSS Invited Talk 3

13:50 - 14:50, Tamokuteki Room 2

Kernel-based Similarity Search in Massive Graph Databases with Wavelet Trees

Yasuo Tabei (ERATO Minato Project and Tokyo Institute of Technology)

 

Session 3  15:10 - 16:10, Tamokuteki Room 2

 

Fast Clustering Based on the Gray-Code

    Mahito Sugiyama* (Kyoto University)

    Akihiro Yamamoto (Kyoto University)

 

Enumerating Maximally Frequent TTSP graph patterns

    Tatsuya Kono (Hiroshima City University)

    *Yusuke Suzuki (Hiroshima City University)

    Tomoyuki Uchida (Hiroshima City University)

    Tetsuhiro Miyahara (Hiroshima City University)

 

Scope of the Workshop

Mathematical logic is investigated for representing human reasoning, in particular deductive inference, in mathematical manners. When logic is used for Machine Learning and Knowledge Discovery, deductive inference formalized in mathematical logic gives not only inference on data, but also defining generality relations between rules or patterns, and the relations give clear view in designing learning/discovery algorithms.  In the recently situation that probability theory, statistics methods and information theory are strongly affected to Machine Learning and Knowledge Discovery, new types of mathematical logic are expected which should give impact to the area.

The aim of LLLL is to bring together researchers who are interested in both of the areas of Machine Learning and Computational Logic, and to have intensive discussions on various relations between the two with making their interchange more active.

The LLLL workshop was started as a domestic workshop in 2002. As an international workshop, we held LLLL at Kitakyushu in 2005, at Tokyo

in 2006, at Miyazaki in 2007, and at Kyoto in 2009.

Potential (but not exclusive) topics include:

-       Machine Learning and Knowledge Discovery using logics

-       Machine Learning and Knowledge Discovery

-       Discovery using algebraic methods

-       Algorithmic aspects of learning based on logics

-       Logics for Machine Learning and Knowledge Discovery

-       Machine Learning as a foundation of mathematics/mathematical procedures

-       Amalgamation of logic-based learning and statistical/information theoretical learning

-       Machine Learning and Knowledge from structured/semi-structured data

 

Collocated Workshops

LLLL2011 is collocated with IEICE IBISML(Information Based-Induction Sciences and Machine Learning), and DMSS2011, which are held respectively March 28-29, and 29-30 at the same site. The information on IBIS-ML and DMSS2009 is available at http://ibisml.org/english and http://ibisml.org/dmss2011/

 

Co-sponsor and support

LLLL2011 is co-sponsored by JST-ERATO MINATO Discrete Structure Manipulation System Project, by Department of Reasoning for Intelligence, The Institute of Scientific and Industrial Research, Osaka University, and by Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (A) 30230535 of JSPS. All of the international LLLL workshops are supported by JSAI SIG-FPAI (Special Interest Group of Fundamental Problems in Artificial Intelligence).

 

How to Submit

LLLL2010 accepts extended abstracts written in English only.

The abstracts are distributed in the workshop sites only

and not considered to be formal publications.

The extended abstract should be 1-8 pages in the format at the address:

http://www.dumbo.ai.kyutech.ac.jp/LLLL/jsaiws_template.lzh

 

The authors should send their submitted papers as a PDF file to

akihiro@i.kyoto-u.ac.jp;hirata@ai.kyutech.ac.jp;minato@ist.hokudai.ac.jp (all).

 

Please write the text `[LLLL11:Extended Abstract Submission]' in the subject of the massage, and put the following in the body:

- The title of your extended abstract,

- A list of all authors and their affiliations (please add a "*" mark to the presenter),

- Name, Telephone number, and E-mail address of the corresponding author.

 

Registration fee

Free (Banquet fee is announced above will be announced later.)

 

Important dates

February 6, 2011 Extended abstract submission deadline  //Extended!!//

February 28, 2011 Notification of acceptance/rejection 

March 29-30, 2011 Workshop

 

Workshop Chair

Akihiro Yamamoto (Kyoto University)

PC Co-Chairs

Kouichi Hirata (Kyushu Institute of Technology)

Shin-ichi Minato (Hokkaido University)

Program Committee (current status)

Kouichi Hirata (Kyushu Institute of Technology)

Katsumi Inoue (National Institute of Infomatics)

Yoshitaka Kameya (Tokyo Institute of Technology)

Shin-ichi Minato (Hokkaido University)

Tetsuhiro Miyahara (Hiroshima City University)

Takayoshi Shoudai (Kyushu University)

Hiroo Tokunaga (Tokyo Metropolitan University)

Akihiro Yamamoto (Kyoto University)