Properties of AKSW Colloquium on Monday, November 4

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  • "Fuzzy OWL Class Expressions" by Farshad Badieby, PhD intern

    The main approaches are Inductive Logic Programming, Fuzzy DL including Learning Axioms, Reasoning with large A-boxes in Fuzzy DL by DL Reasoners, Fuzzy KR with DL & LP fuzzy DL, Reasoning on Fuzzy UML models. The conclusions of the research will be used for constructing an efficient framework for Intelligent Learning based on the Semantic Web.


    • Honoured MSC degree in Software IT and Computer Science (Specialization : Information Systems).
    • Essential courses of MSC in Applied Mathematics.
    • BSC in Applied Mathematics.
    • Work Experience
    • Teaching Assistant in “Mathematical Logic”, Dep of Computer Science, University of Debrecen, Hungary.
    • Management of Information Systems and Decision Making, Trans Iranian Distribution Company, Iran.
    • Teaching Fundamentals of Mathematics, Set Theory, Calculus, Linear Algebra, Discrete Mathematics in High Schools and Colleges, Iran.
  • In our weekly AKSW Colloquium, we present research, technologies and tools of the Semantic Web. The colloquium is open to the public and we welcome interested students, colleagues and industry partners to experience bleeding edge work-in-progress presentations and discussion rounds as well as talks by invited experts of our AKSW lecture series. On Monday, November 4 at 1.30 – 2.30 pm in Room P-702 (Paulinum), we will have an introduction of our new PhD intern, Farshad Badie who will talk about Fuzzy OWL Class Expressions. Furthermore, we would like to announce, that there is complimentary coffee and cake after the session. Bachelor and Master students will be able to get points for attendance.
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  • AKSW Colloquium on Monday, November 4


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