Hasselt University organizes workshop on Fuzzy Cognitive Maps

Coming October 29-30, Hasselt University will organize a workshop around Fuzzy Cognitive Maps (FCMs), covering topics such as

  • Causal reasoning with FCMs
  • Learning algorithms and transfer functions
  • FCM models for time series forecasting
    • Low-level models
    • Granular models
  • FCM models for pattern classification
    • Low-level models
    • Granular models
  • Software tools for FCM modeling

The goal of the workshop is not to provide a setting in which researchers can present their latest work.  Instead, we warmly invite the participants to be involved in discussing and analysing potential benefits and shortcomings of FCMs. A series of lectures followed by round table discussions will be used to help motivate and steer the direction of future FCM research.

More information can be found at our website.

The participation fee is €200. Lunch and coffee breaks are included in this price. Registration is possible via our website.

Hope to see you in october!

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About Frank Vanhoenshoven

Frank Vanhoenshoven obtained a Master in Business Informatics at Hasselt University in 2009. He joined AGServ and its spinoff Agilians, delivering consultancy as a Technical Consultant and Process Architect in various projects. Since mid 2015, he is part of the research group Quantitative Methods - Business Informatics at Hasselt University. Apart from his research activities, he is a member of the teaching team for the courses Business Process Management, Information System Analysis and Data Analytics.

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