Conference Schedule

Thursday November 6

Europa Hall B' Europa Hall A'
09:00-10:30 Keynote 1
Boris Stilman
From Fighting Creative Wars
to Making Ordinary Discoveries
10:30-11:00 Coffee Break
11:00-12:40 Session 1 Tutorial
12:40-13:40 Lunch
13:40-15:20 Session 2 Session 3
15:20-15:50 Coffee Break
15:50-17:30 Session 4 Session 5
19:00-20:00 Welcome Reception (Elias Beach Hotel -Venue)

Friday November 7

Europa Hall B'
09:00-10:30 Keynote 2
Andrzej M.J. Skulimowski
Title: The Art of Anticipatory Decision Making
10:30-11:00 Coffee Break
11:00-12:40 Session 6
12:40-13:40 Lunch
13:40-15:20 Session 7
15:20-15:50 Coffee Break
15:50-17:30 Session 8
19:00-22:30 Conference Dinner

Saturday November 8

Europa Hall B'
09:00-10:40 Session 9
10:40-11:10 Coffee Break
11:10-12:50 Session 10
12:50-13:50 Lunch

Important Note: The time for presentation is 20-25 minutes for regular papers and 15 minutes for short papers. A DLP and a laptop will be available. The presenters have the option of either using the available laptop or connect their own laptop to the DLP.

Boris Stilman
Discovering the Discovery of the No-Search Approach

Session 1
Chair: Joao Climaco
  • 37. Oliver Hoffmann. On Modeling Human-Computer Co-Creativity (REGULAR)
  • 22. Takeo Higuchi. Comparison of the Two Companies' Staff by the Group Idea-Marathon Training on Creativity and Motivation (REGULAR)
  • 35. Takaya Yuizono and Jun Munemori. Evaluation Indexes to Understand the Creative Problem Solving Process in the Distributed and Cooperative KJ Method (REGULAR)
  • 21. Christos Mettouris and George A. Papadopoulos. CARS Context Modelling (REGULAR)

Session 2
Chair: Bencsik Gergely
  • 3. Robert Forsgren, Peter Hammar and Magnus Jandel. Computational Creativity for Intelligence Analysis (REGULAR)
  • 47. Vadim Shmelev, Alexey Dukhanov, Konstantin Knyazkov and Sergey Ivanov. Bus Scheduling in Dynamical Urban Transport Networks with the use of Genetic Algorithms and High Performance Computing Technologies (REGULAR)
  • 24. Joao Climaco and Rogerio Valle. MCDA and LCSA - A Note on the Aggregation of Preferences (REGULAR)

Session 3
Chair: Lucio Davide
  • 40. Agostinho Sousa Pinto and Luis Amaral. A Model for Managing Organizational Knowledge in the context of the Shared Services supported by the E-Learning (REGULAR)
  • 4. Azi Lev-On and Nili Steinfeld. No Space for Emotional Support: Communities of Practice as Arenas of Cognitive Exchange (REGULAR)
  • 27. Julia Kantorovitch. Ilkka Niskanen, Anastasios Zafeiropoulos, Aggelos Liapis, Jose Miguel Garrido Gonzalez , and Enrico Motta. Knowledge Extraction and Annotation Tools to Support Creativity in the Initial Stage of Product Design: Requirements and Assessment (REGULAR)
  • 6. Chaveevan Pechsiri, Onuma Moolwat, and Rapepun Piriyakul. Web Board Question Answering System Based on Problem-Solving (REGULAR)

Session 4
Chair: Chaveevan Pechsiri
  • 32. Atsuo Yoshitaka, Shinobu Chujyou and Hiroshi Kato. Front End System for Personal Health Record with Data Migration Facility from Printed Information (REGULAR)
  • 18. Nongnuch Ketui and Thanaruk Theeramunkong. Effect of Variant Factors on Multi-Document Summarization (REGULAR)
  • 28. Gonzalo Mendez, Pablo Gervas and Carlos Leon. A Model of Character Affinity for Agent-Based Story Generation (REGULAR)
  • 41. Paul Tennent, Joe Marshall, Brendan Walker, Paul Harter and Steve Benford. Vicarious: A flexible framework for the creative use of sensed biodata (REGULAR)

Session 5
Chair: David Moffat
  • 31. Robert Nowicki, Bartosz Nowak and Marcin Wozniak. Rough k nearest neighbours for classification in the case of missing input data (REGULAR)
  • 30. Marcin Wozniak, Marcin Gabryel, Robert K. Nowicki and Bartosz Nowak. A novel approach to position traffic in NoSQL database systems by the use of firefly algorithm (REGULAR)
  • 42. Vasco Abelha, Henrique Vicente, Jose Machado and Jose Neves. An Assessment on the Length of Hospital Stay through Artificial Neural Networks (REGULAR)
  • 2. Kostantinos Demertzis and Lazaros Iliadis. Bio-Inspired Hybrid Intelligent Method for Detecting Android Malware (REGULAR)

Session 6
Chair: Takeo Higuchi
  • 43. Gianni Fenu, Gianfranco Fadda and Lucio Davide Spano. Predicting the impact of advertisements on web pages aesthetic impressions (REGULAR)
  • 15. Toshihiko Yamakami. A Process Model of Large-scale Open Idea Generation in Crowdsource Marketing (REGULAR)
  • 46. Richard Braun and Werner Esswein. OntOSN - Towards an Integrated Ontology for the Analysis of Online Social Networks (REGULAR)
  • 17. Carol Ou, Louie Wong, Robert Davison and Zhang Cheng. Social Media and Communication Processes at Work: Evidence from China (REGULAR)

Session 7
Chair: Atieh Zarabzadeh
  • 14. Niroshan Thillainathan and Jan Marco Leimeister. Educators as Serious Game Designers - A Model-Driven Visual Programming Framework (REGULAR)
  • 10. Piroska Biro, Maria Csernoch, Kalman Abari and Janos Math. First year students' algorithmic skills in tertiary Computer Science education (Short)
  • 13. Pitsikalis Stavros and Lasica Ilona-Elefteryja. StalonaLe@rning: A Social Networking Educational System for Teacher Training (Short)
  • 39. Anna Bilyatdinova, Andrey Karsakov, Alexey Bezgodov and Alexey Dukhanov. Virtual Environment for Creative and Collaborative Learning (Short)
  • 62. Francoise Greffier, Federico Tajariol. A semantic system to support teachers to create differentiated digital learning resources (Short)

Session 8
Chair: Milena Dobreva
  • 12. Ulrich Schmitt. The Significance of 'Ba' for the Successful Formation of Autonomous Personal Knowledge Management Systems (REGULAR)
  • 11. Ulrich Schmitt. The Significance of Memes for the Successful Formation of Autonomous Personal Knowledge Management Systems (Short)
  • 51. David Moffat and Paul Hanson. Computer creativity in games - how much knowledge is needed? (Short)
  • 57. Meira Levy, Yaron Shlomi and Yuval Etzioni. When Engineering and Design Students Collaborate: The Case of Website Development Workshop (Short)
  • 60. Anthony Ayoola. Knowledge-Managing Organizational Change Effectors, Affectors and Modulators in an Oil and Gas Sector Environment (Short)
  • 23. Pythagoras Karampiperis, Antonis Koukourikos and George Panagopoulos. From Computational Creativity Metrics to the Principal Components of Human Creativity (Short)
  • 53. George Sielis, Aimilia Tzanavari and George Papadopoulos. A Social Creativity Support Tool Enhanced by Recommendation Algorithms: The Case of Software Architecture Design (Short)

Session 9
Chair: Atsuo Yoshitaka
  • 44. Alexey Dukhanov, Ekaterina Bolgova, Alexey Bezgodov and Alexander Boukhanovsky. The Approach to Extension of the CLAVIRE Cloud Platform for the Researchers' Collaboration (REGULAR)
  • 25. Kazushi Nishimoto, Akari Ikenoue and Masashi Unoki. iDAF-drum: Supporting Everyday Practice of Drum by Adding an Unperceivable Factor (REGULAR)
  • 45. Gergely Bencsik and Laszlo Bacsardi. Effects of random correlation on ANOVA and regression (Short)
  • 20. Atieh Zarabzadeh, Ronan McDonnell, Derek Corrigan, Rose Galvin, Susan Smith and Tom Fahey. A Proposed Clinical Prediction Rule Register Supporting Primary Care Decision Making (Short)
  • 33 Ondrej Klapka and Antonin Slaby. Graph Visualization Performed by nVidia CUDA Platform (Short)

Session 10
Chair: Thanaruk Theeramunkong
  • 38. Shu Takahashi, Ayumu Sugiyama and Youji Kohda. Quantitative Evaluation of the Coffee Service Quality and Customer Value by Mining Twitter (Short)
  • 56. Irit Hadar, Meira Levy, Yochai Ben-Chaim and Eitan Farchi. Using Wiki as a Collaboration Platform for Software Requirements and Design (Short)
  • 58. Sofia Sherman, Irit Hadar, Meira Levy and Naomi Unkelos-Shpigel. Enhancing Software Architecture via a Knowledge Management and Collaboration Tool (Short)
  • 63. Ahmet Suerdem and Basar Oztaysi. Prioritization of the Requirements for the Platform to be Used for the Employment of Qualified - Disadvantaged Individuals (Short)
  • 54. Ryosuke Saga. Visualization of Comparison of Texts from Two Information Sources by Network Integration (Short)
  • 61. Milena Dobreva and Daniela Azzopardi. Citizen Science in the Humanities: A Promise for Creativity (Short)
  • 5. Metwaly Mabed and Thomas Koehler. Academic achievement in vocational secondary schools: Construction and validation of a test to assess potential learning performance (Short)