[CEUR Workshop Proceedings] Vol-433

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Concept Lattices and Their Applications

Proceedings of the Sixth International Conference on Concept Lattices and Their Applications (CLA2008)
Olomouc, Czech Republic, October 21-23, 2008.

Edited by

Radim Belohlavek*, #
Sergei O. Kuznetsov **

* Department of Systems Science and Industrial Engineering, State University of New York at Binghamton, USA
# Department of Computer Science, Palacký University, Olomouc, Czech Republic
** State University Higher School of Economics, Moscow, Russia

Table of Contents

Complete Conference Proceedings (~12MB)

Invited Contributions (abstracts)

  1. Recent Interfaces for Formal Concept Analysis
    Bernhard Ganter
  2. The GUHA Method and its Meaning for Data Mining
    Petr Hájek
  3. Biclustering Methods Meets Formal Concept Analysis
    George Karypis
  4. Rough Sets and Formal Concept Analysis: Foundations and the Case Studies of Feature Subset Selection and Knowledge Structure Formation
    Dominik Slezak


  5. A Formal Concept Analysis of Harmonic Forms and Interval Structures
    Tobias Schlemmer and Stefan E. Schmidt, pages 9-22
  6. Connecting Many-valued Contexts to General Geometric Structures
    Tim B. Kaiser, pages 23-34
  7. Concept Lattice Mining for Unsupervised Named Entity Annotation
    Thomas Girault, pages 35-46
  8. An Efficient Hybrid Algorithm for Mining Frequent Closures and Generators
    Laszlo Szathmary, Petko Valtchev, Amedeo Napoli, and Robert Godin, pages 47-58
  9. Optimal Decompositions of Matrices with Grades into Binary and Graded Matrices
    Eduard Bartl, Radim Belohlavek, and Jan Konecny, pages 59-70
  10. Parallel Recursive Algorithm for FCA
    Petr Krajca, Jan Outrata, and Vilem Vychodil, pages 71-82
  11. Proto-fuzzy Concepts, their Retrieval and Usage
    Ondrej Krídlo and Stanislav Krajči, pages 83-95
  12. Application of the Formal Concept Analysis in Evaluation of Results of ANEWS Questionnaire and Physical Activity of the Czech Regional Centers
    Jiří Zacpal, Erik Sigmund, Josef Mitáš, and Vladimír Sklenář, pages 97-108
  13. A Model-driven Engineering Based RCA Process for Bi-level Models Elements / Meta-elements: Application to Description Logics
    X. Dolques, J.-R. Falleri, M. Huchard, and C. Nebut, pages 109-120
  14. Extending Attribute Exploration by Means of Boolean Derivatives
    J. Antonio Alonso-Jiménez, Gonzalo A. Aranda-Corral, Joaquín Borrego-Díaz, and M. Magdalena Fernández-Lebrón, M. José Hidalgo-Doblado , pages 121-132
  15. FCA Software Interoperability
    Uta Priss, pages 133-144
  16. GARM: Generalized Association Rule Mining
    T. Hamrouni, S. Ben Yahia, and E. Mephu Nguifo, pages 145-156
  17. Concept-based Recommendations for Internet Advertisement
    Dmitry I. Ignatov and Sergei O. Kuznetsov, pages 157-166
  18. The Mathematical in Music Thinking
    Rudolf Wille and Renate Wille-Henning, pages 167-180
  19. An Application of Formal Concept Analysis to Neural Decoding
    Dominik Endres, Peter Földiák, and Uta Priss, pages 181-192
  20. Some Links Between Decision Tree and Dichotomic Lattice
    S. Guillas, K. Bertet, M. Visani, J-M. Ogier, and N. Girard, pages 193-205
  21. On Generalization of Fuzzy Concept Lattices Based on Change of Underlying Fuzzy Order
    Pavel Martinek, pages 207-215
  22. On the Isomorphism Problem of Concept Algebras
    Léonard Kwuida and Hajime Machida, pages 217-229
  23. Factorization of Concept Lattices with Hedges by Means of Factorization of Residuated Lattices
    Michal Krupka, pages 231-241

20-Jan-2009: submitted by Radim Belohlavek
02-Feb-2009: published on CEUR-WS.org