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QR07 Agenda - what is happening and when at QR07.
A formal theory of qualitative size and distance relations between regions, Thomas Bittner and Maureen Donnelly, pp 1-6.
A Garp3 Model of Environmental Sustainability in the Danube Delta Biosphere Reserve based on Qualitative Reasoning Concept, Eugenia Cioaca, Bert Bredeweg, Paulo Salles, Tim Nuttle, pp 7-16.
Behaviour Prioritisation in Fuzzy Qualitative Simulation, George Macleod Coghill, pp 17-24.
Capturing and Categorizing Mental Models of Food Webs using QCM, Morteza Dehghani, Sara Unsworth, Andrew Lovett, Kenneth D. Forbus, pp 25-30.
Dynamic domain abstraction through meta-diagnosis, Johan de Kleer, pp 31-38.
A Common Framework for Qualitative and Quantitative Modelling, Klaus Eisenack, pp 39-46.
Knowledge Representation for Fuzzy Model Composition, Xin Fu and Qiang Shen, pp 47-54.
On Qualitative Probabilities for Legal Reasoning about Evidence, Jeroen Keppens, pp 55-64.
Learning Domain Theories via Analogical Transfer, Matthew Klenk and Kenneth D. Forbus, pp 65-70.
Collaborative Conceptual Modeling: Share, Search and Reuse, Jochem Liem, Anders Bouwer and Bert Bredeweg, pp 71-78.
Using Qualitative Representations and Analogical Mapping to Solve Problems from a Spatial Intelligence Test, Andrew Lovett, Kenneth Forbus, Jeffrey Usher, pp 79-86.
A Garp3 model of environmental sustainability in the River Mesta (Bulgaria), Elena Nakova, Bert Bredeweg, Paulo Salles, Tim Nuttle, pp 87-95.
Integrative qualitative modelling of ecological and socio-economic aspects of river-rehabilitation in England, Richard Noble, Tim Nuttle, Paulo Salles, pp 96-101.
Using aggregation for automatic identification of work processes in the managerial hierarchy, Bahadir Kaan Ozutam and Cem Say, pp 102-108.
Advanced Experiments for Learning Qualitative Compartment Models, Wei Pang and George M. Coghill, pp 109-117.
From Whiteboard to Model: A Preliminary Analysis, Praveen Paritosh and Will Bridewell, pp 118-125.
Choosing Abstractions for Hierarchical Diagnosis, Fabien Perrot and Louise Trave-Massuyes, pp 126-131.
Arguing About Radioisotope Dating, Laura Rassbach, Elizabeth Bradley, Kenneth Anderson, Christopher Zweck, Marek Zreda, pp 132-141.
Learning Financial Rating Tendencies with Qualitative Trees, Llorenc Rosello, Monica Sanchez, Nuria Agell, Francesc Prats, pp 142-146.
Modelling sustainability in the Riacho Fundo water basin (Brasalia, Brazil), Paulo Salles, Bert Bredeweg, Ana Luiza Rios Caldas, Tim Nuttle, pp 147-160.
M2CIRQ: Qualitative fluid flow modelling for aerospace FMEA applications, Neal Snooke, pp 161-169.
Provably spurious qualitative simulation predictions that just won't go away, Nuri Tasdemir and A. C. Cem Say, pp 170-180.
Plenty of Blame to Go Around: A Qualitative Approach to Attribution of Moral Responsibility, Emmett Tomai and Ken Forbus, pp 181-187.
Generating test-cases from qualitative knowledge - preliminary report, Franz Wotawa, pp 188-192.
Learning Qualitative Models through Partial Derivatives by Pade, Jure Zabkar, Ivan Bratko, Janez Demsar, pp 193-202.
Induction of qualitative models using discrete Morse theory, Jure Zabkar, Gregor Jerse, Neza Mramor, Ivan Bratko, pp 203-208.
Qualitatively Constrained Equation Discovery, Jure Zabkar, Aleksander Sadikov, Ivan Bratko, Janez Demsar, pp 209-211.
The riverine landscape Kamp (Austria): an integrative case study for qualitative modeling of sustainable development, Andreas Zitek, Susanne Muhar, Sabine Preis, Stefan Schmutz, pp 212-217.