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Stephan Gspandl, Michael Reip, Gerald Steinbauer and Franz Wotawa

From Sketch To Plan

Raffaella Guglielmann and Liliana Ironi

A divide-and-conquer strategy for qualitative simulation of complex dynamical systems

Tom Hinrichs, Kenneth Forbus, Johan deKleer, Sungwook Yoon, Eric Jones, Robert Hyland and Jason Wilson

Hybrid Qualitative Simulation of Military Operations

Lukas Kuhn and Johan de Kleer

Diagnosis with Incomplete Models: Diagnosing Hidden Interaction Faults

Pat Langley

An Interactive Environment for Qualitative Biological Modeling

Jochem Liem, Wouter Beek and Bert Bredeweg

Differentiating Qualitative Representations into Learning Spaces

Matthew Mclure, Scott Friedman and Kenneth Forbus

Combining progressive alignment and near-misses to learn concepts from sketches

Uros Milosevic and Bert Bredeweg

Qualitative Models of Global Warming Amplifiers

Chunki Park, Will Bridewell and Pat Langley

Integrated Systems for Inducing Spatio-Temporal Process Models

Llorenc Rosello, Francesc Prats, Monica Sanchez and Nuria Agell

A Recommender System Based on Group Consensus

Linsey Smith and Dedre Gentner

The Use of Qualitative Principles to Promote Understanding of Systems

Peter Struss and Tesfaye Regassa

MOM: An Environment for Multiple Modeling

Jon Wetzel and Ken Forbus

Design Buddy: Providing Feedback for Sketched Multi-Modal Causal Explanations

Panrong Yin, Maria Chang and Kenneth Forbus

Sketch-based Spatial Reasoning in Geologic Interpretation

Jure Zabkar, Tadej Janez, Martin Mozina and Ivan Bratko

Active Learning of Qualitative Models with Padé

Jure Zabkar, Martin Mozina, Ivan Bratko and Janez Demsar

Learning Qualitative Relations from Categorical Data



Kenneth Forbus

Modeling amidst the Microtheories

Lyamine Hedjazi, Joseph Aguilar-Martin,  Marie-Véronique Le Lann and Tatiana Kempowsky

Fuzzy Mechanisms for Unified Reasoning about Heterogeneous Data

Benjamin Hole

Mirror Neurons and Simulation-Based, Low-Level Mind-Reading

Uros Milosevic and Bert Bredeweg

From Qualitative Reasoning Models to Bayesian-based Learner Modeling