In the context of this year’s “International Multidisciplinary Modeling & Simulation Multiconference” (I3M), several members of the AIST research group, together with colleagues from the BioInformatics and HEAL research groups, traveled to Rome from 19.09.2022 to 21.09.2022. The following publications were presented by AIST:
- Elisabeth Mayrhuber: Distributed Classification – A Scalable Approach to Semi SupervisedMachine Learning.
- Oliver Krauss: Modelling shifting trends over time via topic analysis of text documents
- Andreas Pointner: Towards Modelling Namespaces in Graph Databases
- Christoph Praschl: Model Verification in Graph Databases and its Application in Neo4j
- Sebastian Pritz: Visual Change Detection in Multi-Temporal Transects of Alpine Plants
- Gerald Zwettler: Strategies for Semi-Automated Registration of Historic Aerial Photographs Utilizing Street and Roof Segmentations as Durable Landmarks
We would like to take this opportunity to express our sincere thanks for the exchange of ideas and the interesting discussions during the three days of the conference.