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  Daily Schedule



  Tuesday 20 June: Workshops (Rooms in 1st floor corridor of 24-25)
8h - 9h Registration, Room 24-25-108
9h - 17h30 Context in Philosophy, Room 24-25-102
9h - 12h30 Context in Management, Room 24-25-104
9h - 12h30 Context in Learning, Room 24-25-106
10h30 - 11h Coffee break, Room 24-25-107
12h30 - 14h Lunch, Restaurant L’Ardoise
14h - 17h30 Quality Awareness in Modeling and Using Context in Applications (QAMUCA), Room 24-25-104
14h - 17h30 Context in the Explanation and Evaluation of Human Reasoning, Room 24-25-106
15h30 - 16h Coffee break, Room 24-25-107
17h30 - 21h Welcome cocktail session, Patio 25-16



  Wednesday 21 June: Plenary Conference (Amphitheater 25)
8h - 8h45 Registration, Amphitheater 25)
8h45 - 9h Opening Ceremony
9h - 10h Invited speaker: Robert Stalnaker, “Conversational strategy”
10h -10h30 Related paper: Pejoratives, contexts, and presuppositions (M. Garcia-Carpintero)
10h30 - 11h Coffee break, Patio 25-16
11h - 12h30 Session: Formal Representation
  - Derived contexts: A new argument for their usefulness (J. Macià)
  - When do the truth-conditions of S know that p change? (S. Leardi & N. Vassallo)
  - Discovering context to prune large and complex search spaces (A. Satish et al.)
12h30 - 14h Lunch, Restaurant L’Ardoise
14h - 15h30 Session: Awareness
  - Is “context-aware reasoning” = case-based? (N. Khan et al.)
  - Supporting context-aware engineering based on stream reasoning (D. Kramer & J.C. Augusto)
  - Can an affect-sensitive system afford to be context independent? (A. Marpaung & A. Gonzalez)
15h30 - 16h Coffee break, Patio 25-16
16h - 17h30 Session: Homes
  - Human activity recognition using place-based data fusion in smart homes (J. Cumin et al.)
  - Modeling situations in an intelligent connected furniture (C. Deffo Sikounmo et al.)
  - Smart is a matter of context (J. Nigon et al.)
17h30 - 21h Poster session and wine & cheese, Room 14-24-107
Later Fête de la Musique – Streets of Paris, all night



  Thursday 22 June: Plenary Conference (Amphitheater 25)
8h - 9h Registration, Amphitheater 25
9h - 10h Invited speaker: Fausto Giunchiglia, “Personal context modelling and annotations”
10h - 10h30 Related paper: The ContextAct@A4H real-life dataset of daily living activities: Activity recognition using model checking (Lago et al.)
10h30 - 11h Coffee break, Patio 25-16
11h - 12h30 Session: Applications for human activities
  - Multi-purpose adaptation in the Web of Things (M .Terdjimi et al.)
  - Context and the virtual human (C. Wilson & R. Turner)
  - Contextual modeling of group activity (P. Brézillon)
12h30 - 14h Lunch, Restaurant L’Ardoise
14h - 15h30 Session: Representation
  - From a contextual graph to a tree representation (K. Garcia and P. Brézillon)
  - Cooperating context method: A contextual approach to story generation and telling (J. Hollister & A. Gonzalez)
  - Enriching a situation awareness framework for IoT with knowledge base and reasoning components (N. Kolbe et al.)
15h30 - 16h Coffee break, Patio 25-16
16h-17h30 TOPIC TRACKS (See below for list of papers)
  - Context in Learning, Room 24-25-101 (Chairs: J. Bourdeau & T. Forissier)
  - Context in Management, Room 24-25-102 (Chairs: M. Borges, J. Canos, F. Santoro, K. Revoredo)
  - Context in Linguistics, Room 24-25-103 (Chair: S. Pistoia-Reda)
  - Quality Awareness in Modeling and Using Context in Applications (QAMUCA), Room 24-25-104 (Chairs: S. Chabridon, P. Marie)
  - Context in the Explanation and Evaluation of Human Reasoning, Room 24-25-105 (Chairs: M. Sbisà & P. Labinaz)
  - Context in Psychology and Bias, Room 24-25-106 (Chair: C. Penco)
19h - 21h30 Social event: Restaurant La Coupole



  Friday 23 June Plenary Conference (Amphitheater 25)
8h - 9h Registration, Amphitheater 25
9h - 10h Invited speaker: Fraçois Récanati: “Indexical thought”
10h - 10h30 Related paper: Assertion de re (G. Bochner)
10h30 - 11h Coffee break, Patio 25-16
11h - 12h30 Session: Reasoning
  - Reasoning in epistemic contexts, (Y. Bouchard)
  - Accountability breeds response-ability: Contextual debiasing and accountability in argumentation (V. Correia)
  - Extending contextual blindness (S. Pistoia)
12h30 - 14h Lunch, Restaurant L’Ardoise
14h - 15h30 Session: Natural Language
  - Context and natural language in formal concept analysis (P. Eklund and T. Wray)
  - Three versions of semantic minimalism (Y. Hu)
  - Occasion-sensitive semantics (T. Dobler)
15h30 - 16h Coffee break, Patio 25-16
16h - 16h30 Closing meeting



TOPIC TRACK PROGRAM


  Context in Learning, Room 24-15-101
  Chairs: J. Bourdeau & T. Forissier
16h Contextualising contrastive discourse relations: Evidence from single-authored and co-constructed texts (A. Fetzer)
16h30 The DBR methodology for the study of context in learning (J. Bourdeau)
17h Elaborating the Context Calculator: A design experiment in Geotherm (C. Anjou et al.)



  Context in Management, Room 24-25-102
  Chairs: M. Borges, J. Canos, F. Santoro, and K. Revoredo
16h The role of context within the interactions of knowledge intensive processes (A.R. Gonçalves et al.)
16h30 Contextual support for emergency management training: Challenges for simulation and serious games (I. Heldal)
17h Improving defect tracking using shared context (H. Tahir)



  Context in Linguistics, Room 24-25-103
  Chair: S. Pistoia-Reda
16h Intermediate and general commonground (L. Berio et al.)
16h30 A contextualist analysis of insults (S. Berkovski)
17h Gender roles in Russian prohibitive constructions: A corpus study (O. Blinova & E Troshchenkova)



  Quality Awareness in Modeling and Using Context in Applications (QAMUCA), Room 24-25-104
  Chairs: S. Chabridon & P. Marie
16h Focus on the user: A user relative coordinate system for activity detection (A. Jahn et al.)
16h30 A context-aware framework for mobile crowd-sensing (A. Hassani et al.)
17h Quality parameters as modeling language abstractions for context-aware applications: An AAL case study (J. Hoyos et al.)



  Context in the Explanation and Evaluation of Human Reasoning, Room 24-25-105
  Chairs: M. Sbisà & P. Labinaz
16h Contextual reasoning in human cognition and the implications for A.I. system (D. Hollister et al.)
16h30 Putting context dependent human logical reasoning into the right context (A. Veszelka)



  Context in Psychology and Bias, Room 24-25-106
  Chair: C. Penco
16h Context and interference effects in the combinations of natural concepts (A. Aerts et al.)
16h30 Schizophrenic conversations and context shifting (M. Rebuschi)
17h The belief-bias effect in syllogisms under the weak completion semantics (E.A. Dietz)

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