EDSS ’03 Workshop Programme

 

 

August, 10th, 2003

TIME

ACTIVITY

AUTHORS

8:50

Welcome and Presentation

 

9:00-10:30

Session A – Case-Based Reasoning

 
 

Development of an Industrial Design Support System for Air Pollution Treatment

Josep Lluís Arcos

Environmental Risk Assessment as a Case-Based Preference Elicitation Process

Paolo Avesani and Sara Ferrari and Angelo Susi

 

CARMA+: A General Architecture for Pest Management

John Hastings and Karl Branting and Jeffrey Lockwood and Scott Schell

 

A Case-Based Predictive Sequencing Batch Reactor Controller

Jürgen Wiese and Sascha Schmitt and Ralph Bergmann and Theo G. Schmitt

 

Session A discussion

 

10:30-10:50

Coffee Break – Morning Refreshments

 

11:00-13:00

Session B – Reasoning and DSS

 
 

Using evidence theory for diagnosis of sensors networks: application to a waste-water treatment process

L. Lardon and J.P. Steyer

Some Applications of Artificial Intelligent Systems in Hydroinformatics

N. Obregón and F. Fragala

Multi-perspective Models for Diagnosing Waste Generation in Chemical Processes

Rajagopalan Srinivasan and Iskandar Halim

 

Design of a Model-based Decision Support System

for Water Treatment

P. Struss and M. Bendati and E. Lersch and W. Roque and P. Salles

 

Unsupervised Feature Weighting Techniques for Environmental Predictive Tasks do not perform so badly!

Héctor Núñez and Miquel Sànchez-Marrè and Ulises Cortés

 

Session B discussion

 
 

EDSS Morning Discussion

 

13:00-14:30

Lunch

 

14:30-15:30

Session C – Architectures

 
 

Defining a Decision Support System to Manage Filamentous Bulking Episodes in

Activated Sludge Systems

Montse Martínez and Miquel Sànchez-Marrè and Joaquim Comas and Ignasi Rodríguez-Roda

Towards the Distributed Management of Emergencies: Forest Fires Case Study

Emma Rollón and David Isern and Alejandro Agostini and Ulises Cortés

 

Session C discussion

 
 

BESAInet discussion

Franz Wotawa

15:30-15:50

Coffee Break – Afternoon Refreshments

 
 

EDSS’03 Final Discussion

 
 

Conclusions