Analogies: from Theory to Applications (ATA@ICCBR 2022)

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Call for contributions

Analogical proportions, i.e., statements of  the form “A is to B as C is to D”, are the basis of analogical inference and they are closely related to case-based reasoning and transfer learning. They are have been used on NLP tasks such as automatic machine translation, semantic and morphological tasks, as well as visual question answering with competitive results. Moreover, analogical reasoning can support several machine learning tasks such as classification, decision making, or dataset augmentation. However, other less explored applications could be envisioned such as knowledge discovery and management (e.g., knowledge graphs refinement, data set completion, and alignment), recommender systems, and other AI-related tasks such as explainable AI.

The purpose of this workshop is thus to explore both foundational and applicative aspects of analogical reasoning in various fields, e.g., machine learning, knowledge representation, discovery, and reasoning, as well as in industry practice with real-world data, applications, and associated challenges, for instance, scalability issues.

We invite submissions of research papers on the foundational theory of analogies, on interactions between case-based reasoning and analogies, as well as on applicative use-case studies.

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