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Event When Speaker Title Presentation Material
FOSW02 26th September 2016
10:15 to 11:00
Philip Dawid An Introduction to Bayesian Networks
FOSW02 26th September 2016
11:30 to 12:15
Henry Prakken On how expert witnesses can give useful Bayesian analyses of complex criminal cases
FOSW02 26th September 2016
13:30 to 14:15
Julia Mortera Paternity testing and other inference about relationships from DNA mixtures
FOSW02 26th September 2016
14:15 to 15:00
Paolo Garbolino Bayes Nets for the evaluation of testimony
FOSW02 26th September 2016
15:30 to 16:15
Giulio D'Agostini Basic probabilistic issues in the Sciences and in Forensics (hopefully) clarified by a Toy Experiment modelled by a Bayesian Network
FOSW02 26th September 2016
16:15 to 17:00
Peter Vergeer A Bayesian network for glass evidence evaluation at activity level: a novel approach to model the background distribution
FOSW02 27th September 2016
09:30 to 10:15
Charles Berger On activity level propositions addressing the actor or activity
FOSW02 27th September 2016
10:15 to 11:00
Norman Fenton Bayesian networks: challenges and opportunities in the law
FOSW02 27th September 2016
11:30 to 12:15
Anjali Mazumder Using Chain Event Graphs to Address Asymmetric Evidence in Legal Reasoning
FOSW02 27th September 2016
13:30 to 14:15
Barbaros Yet A Framework to Present Bayesian Networks to Domain Experts and Potential Users
FOSW02 27th September 2016
14:15 to 15:00
Hana Chockler Causality and Responsibility in Formal Verification and Beyond
FOSW02 27th September 2016
15:30 to 16:15
Richard Overill Using Bayesian Networks to Quantify Digital Forensic Evidence and Hypotheses
FOSW02 27th September 2016
16:15 to 17:00
Eyal Zamir The Anti-Inference Bias and Circumstantial Evidence
FOSW02 28th September 2016
09:30 to 10:15
Bart Verheij Three Normative Frameworks for Evidential Reasoning and their Connections: Arguments, Scenarios and Probabilities
FOSW02 28th September 2016
10:15 to 11:00
Floris Bex From Natural Language to Bayesian Networks (and back again)
FOSW02 28th September 2016
11:30 to 12:15
Martin Neil Modelling competing Legal Arguments using Bayesian Model Comparison and Averaging
FOSW02 28th September 2016
13:30 to 14:15
Jacob de Zoete Generating Bayesian networks in Forensic Science An example from crime linkage
FOSW02 28th September 2016
14:15 to 15:00
Marjan Sjerps DNA myth busting with Bayesian networks
FOSW02 28th September 2016
15:30 to 16:15
Maria Cuellar Shaken Baby Syndrome on Trial: Causal Problems and Sources of Bias
FOSW02 28th September 2016
16:15 to 17:00
Bart Verheij, Henry Prakken Report on a pre-workshop on analysing a murder case
FOSW02 29th September 2016
09:30 to 10:15
Amanda Luby A Graphical Model Approach to Eyewitness Identification Data
FOSW02 29th September 2016
10:15 to 11:00
Ulrike Hahn Bayesian Argumentation in the Real World
FOSW02 29th September 2016
11:30 to 12:15
David Lagnado Causal networks in evidential reasoning
FOSW02 29th September 2016
13:30 to 14:15
Christian Dahlman Prior Probability and the Presumption of Innocence
FOSW02 29th September 2016
14:15 to 15:00
Mehera San Roque Admissibility and evaluation of identification evidence: 'experts', bystanders and shapeshifters
FOSW02 29th September 2016
15:30 to 16:15
Simon De Smet tba
FOSW02 29th September 2016
16:15 to 17:00
William Thompson Using Bayesian Networks to Analyze What Experts Need to Know (and When they Know Too Much)
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