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Seminar Archive

E.g., 2016-10-01
E.g., 2016-10-01
Event Code Date Speaker Seminar Title Presentation Material
FOSW02 29th September 2016 William Thompson Using Bayesian Networks to Analyze What Experts Need to Know (and When they Know Too Much)
FOSW02 29th September 2016 Simon De Smet tba
DLA 29th September 2016 Grigorios Loukides Sanitization for sequential data
FOSW02 29th September 2016 Mehera San Roque Admissibility and evaluation of identification evidence: 'experts', bystanders and shapeshifters
FOSW02 29th September 2016 Christian Dahlman Prior Probability and the Presumption of Innocence
FOSW02 29th September 2016 David Lagnado Causal networks in evidential reasoning
SNA 29th September 2016 Lutz Warnke The phase transition in the random d-process
FOSW02 29th September 2016 Ulrike Hahn Bayesian Argumentation in the Real World
FOSW02 29th September 2016 Amanda Luby A Graphical Model Approach to Eyewitness Identification Data
FOSW02 28th September 2016 Bart Verheij, Henry Prakken Report on a pre-workshop on analysing a murder case
FOSW02 28th September 2016 Maria Cuellar Shaken Baby Syndrome on Trial: Causal Problems and Sources of Bias
FOSW02 28th September 2016 Marjan Sjerps DNA myth busting with Bayesian networks
FOSW02 28th September 2016 Jacob de Zoete Generating Bayesian networks in Forensic Science An example from crime linkage
FOSW02 28th September 2016 Martin Neil Modelling competing Legal Arguments using Bayesian Model Comparison and Averaging
FOSW02 28th September 2016 Floris Bex From Natural Language to Bayesian Networks (and back again)
FOSW02 28th September 2016 Bart Verheij Three Normative Frameworks for Evidential Reasoning and their Connections: Arguments, Scenarios and Probabilities
FOSW02 27th September 2016 Eyal Zamir The Anti-Inference Bias and Circumstantial Evidence
FOSW02 27th September 2016 Richard Overill Using Bayesian Networks to Quantify Digital Forensic Evidence and Hypotheses
FOSW02 27th September 2016 Hana Chockler Causality and Responsibility in Formal Verification and Beyond
FOSW02 27th September 2016 Barbaros Yet A Framework to Present Bayesian Networks to Domain Experts and Potential Users
FOSW02 27th September 2016 Anjali Mazumder Using Chain Event Graphs to Address Asymmetric Evidence in Legal Reasoning
FOSW02 27th September 2016 Norman Fenton Bayesian networks: challenges and opportunities in the law
FOSW02 27th September 2016 Charles Berger On activity level propositions addressing the actor or activity
FOSW02 26th September 2016 Peter Vergeer A Bayesian network for glass evidence evaluation at activity level: a novel approach to model the background distribution
FOSW02 26th September 2016 Giulio D'Agostini tba
FOSW02 26th September 2016 Paolo Garbolino Bayes Nets for the evaluation of testimony
FOSW02 26th September 2016 Julia Mortera Paternity testing and other inference about relationships from DNA mixtures
FOSW02 26th September 2016 Henry Prakken On how expert witnesses can give useful Bayesian analyses of complex criminal cases
FOSW02 26th September 2016 Philip Dawid An Introduction to Bayesian Networks
20th September 2016 Mathematical Toys and Illusions
OFBW28 16th September 2016 Tea and Coffee
OFBW28 16th September 2016 Panel Discussion, Questions and Answers
OFBW28 16th September 2016 Sean Charlton Data Linkage Challenges in Retail Banking
OFBW28 16th September 2016 Daniel Cameron Public Acceptability of Data Science: Context and Consequences
OFBW28 16th September 2016 Helen Parkinson European Genome Phenome Archive
OFBW28 16th September 2016 Lunch and Posters
OFBW28 16th September 2016 Helen Strongman, Oliver Smith Data Linkage Techniques and Challenges in Public Health Records
OFBW28 16th September 2016 Vladimiro Sassone Public Sector Research Project Talk - GCHQ/University of Southampton Research Project on Privacy
OFBW28 16th September 2016 Shelley Gammon Data Linkage at ONS
OFBW28 16th September 2016 Tea and Coffee
OFBW28 16th September 2016 Rainer Schnell, Erhard Rahm, Ruth Gilbert Panel Discussion: Practicality of Applications from Research Programme Topics: Computational Aspects. Statistical Aspects. Privacy and Confidentiality. Research Applications. Industry/Government Applications
OFBW28 16th September 2016 Peter Christen Academic state-of-the-art of Data Linkage
OFBW28 16th September 2016 Peter Christen, John Toland, Jane Leeks Welcome and Introduction
SNA 15th September 2016 Mark Newman Inference and large-scale structure in networks
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