List of Accepted Papers

 

* L-Fuzzy Concepts and linguistic variables in knowledge acquisition processes.
Cristina Alcalde, Ana Burusco and Ramón Fuentes-González.
* Analysis of Large Data Sets using Formal Concept Lattices
Simon Andrews and Constantinos Orphanides.
* Fixing generalization defects in UML use case diagrams
Xavier Dolques, Clémentine Nebut, Marianne Huchard and Philippe Reitz.
* Thoughts on exploiting instability in lattices for assessing the discrimination adequacy of a taxonomy
Antony Cooper, Derrick Kourie and Serena Coetzee.
* Using Formal Concept Analysis to Acquire Knowledge about Verbs.
Ingrid Falk, Claire Gardent and Alejandra Lorenzo.
* The Scaffolding of a Formal Context
Stephan Doerfel.
* Restrictions on Concept lattices for Pattern Management
Leonard Kwuida, Rokia Missaoui, Beligh Ben Amor, Lahcen Boumedjout and Jean Vaillancourt
* Advances in algorithms based on CbO
Petr Krajca, Jan Outrata and Vilem Vychodil.
* Evaluating term concept association mesaures for short text expansion: two case studies of classification and clustering
Alessandro Marco Boutari, Claudio Carpineto and Raffaele Nicolussi
* Using Bonds for Describing Method Dispatch in Role-Oriented Software Models
Henri Mühle
* General approach to triadic concept analysis
Jan Konecny and Petr Osicka
* Operators and spaces associated to matrices with grades and their decompositions II
Radim Belohlavek and Jan Konecny
* Combining FCA Software and Sage
Uta Priss.
* Component-based Architecture Recovery from Object Oriented Systems via Relational Concept Analysis
Alae-Eddine El Hamdouni, Abdelhak Seriai and Marianne Huchard
* Anthropocentric visualisation of optimal cover of association rules
Amira Mouakher and Sadok BEN YAHIA
* Reducing the Size of Concept Lattices: The JBOS Approach
Sérgio Dias and Newton Vieira
* Discovering Functional Dependencies and Association Rules by Navigating in a Lattice of OLAP Views
Pierre Allard, Sébastien Ferré and Olivier Ridoux
* Triadic Factor Analysis
Cynthia Glodeanu.
* An Exhaustive Generation of Mixed and Purely Negative Implications from Purely Positive Ones
Rokia Missaoui, Lhouari Nourine and Yoan Renaud
* Preprocessing input data for machine learning by FCA
Jan Outrata
* Towards attribute reduction in multi-adjoint concept lattices
Jesús Medina-Moreno and Manuel Ojeda-Aciego.
* $L$-Bonds vs extents of direct products of two $L$-fuzzy contexts
Ondrej Krídlo, Stanislav Krajci and Manuel Ojeda-Aciego
* Social Tagging for Digital Libraries using Formal Concept Analysis
Peter Eklund and Tim Wray
* Linguistic processing in lattice-based taxonomy construction
Anastasia Novokreshchenova, Maria Shabanova, Dmitry Zaysev and Nina Belyaeva.
* Attribute Exploration of Properties of Functions on Ordered Sets
Artem Revenko and Sergei O. Kuznetsov.
* Using Formal Concept Analysis for discovering knowledge patterns
Mohamed Rouane-Hacene, Marianne Huchard, Amedeo Napoli and Petko Valtchev
* Recognizing Pseudo-Intent is coNP-complete
Mikhail Babin and Sergei Kuznetsov.
* Relations between Proto-fuzzy Concepts, Crisply Generated Fuzzy Concepts, and Interval Pattern Structures
Vera Pankratieva, Sergei Kuznetsov.