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2006-10 Ronny Siebes (VU) Semantic Routing in Peer-to-Peer Systems 2006-11 Joeri van Ruth (UT) Flattening Queries over Nested Data Types 2006-12 Bert Bongers (VU) Interactivation - Towards an e-cology of people, our technological environment, and the arts 2006-13 Henk-Jan Lebbink (UU) Dialogue and Decision Games for Information Exchanging Agents 2006-14 Johan Hoorn (VU) Software Requirements: Update, Upgrade, Redesign - towards a Theory of Requirements Change 2006-15 Rainer Malik (UU) CONAN: Text Mining in the Biomedical Domain 2006-16 Carsten Riggelsen (UU) Approximation Methods for Efficient Learning of Bayesian Networks 2006-17 Stacey Nagata (UU) User Assistance for Multitasking with Interruptions on a Mobile Device 2006-18 Valentin Zhizhkun (UvA) Graph transformation for Natural Language Processing 2006-19 Birna van Riemsdijk (UU) Cognitive Agent Programming: A Semantic Approach 2006-20 Marina Velikova (UvT) Monotone models for prediction in data mining 2006-21 Bas van Gils (RUN) Aptness on the Web 2006-22 Paul de Vrieze (RUN) Fundaments of Adaptive Personalisation 2006-23 Ion Juvina (UU) Development of Cognitive Model for Navigating on the Web 2006-24 Laura Hollink (VU) Semantic Annotation for Retrieval of Visual Resources 2006-25 Madalina Drugan (UU) Conditional log-likelihood MDL and Evolutionary MCMC 2006-26 Vojkan Mihajlovi´ (UT) c Score Region Algebra: A Flexible Framework for Structured Information Retrieval 2006-27 Stefano Bocconi (CWI) Vox Populi: generating video documentaries from semantically annotated media repositories 2006-28 Borkur Sigurbjornsson (UvA) Focused Information Access using XML Element Retrieval 2007-01 Kees Leune (UvT) Access Control and Service-Oriented Architectures 2007-02 Wouter Teepe (RUG) Reconciling Information Exchange and Confidentiality: A Formal Approach 2007-03 Peter Mika (VU) Social Networks and the Semantic Web 2007-04 Jurriaan van Diggelen (UU) Achieving Semantic Interoperability in Multi-agent Systems: a dialogue-based approach 2007-05 Bart Schermer (UL)

Software Agents, Surveillance, and the Right to Privacy:

a Legislative Framework for Agent-enabled Surveillance 2007-06 Gilad Mishne (UvA) Applied Text Analytics for Blogs 2007-07 Natasa Jovanovic (UT) To Whom It May Concern - Addressee Identification in Face-to-Face Meetings 2007-08 Mark Hoogendoorn (VU) Modeling of Change in Multi-Agent Organizations 2007-09 David Mobach (VU) Agent-Based Mediated Service Negotiation 2007-10 Huib Aldewereld (UU) Autonomy vs. Conformity: an Institutional Perspective on Norms and Protocols 2007-11 Natalia Stash (TUE) Incorporating Cognitive/Learning Styles in a General-Purpose Adaptive Hypermedia System 2007-12 Marcel van Gerven (RUN)

Bayesian Networks for Clinical Decision Support:

A Rational Approach to Dynamic Decision-Making under Uncertainty 2007-13 Rutger Rienks (UT)

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Meetings in Smart Environments; Implications of Progressing Technology 2007-14 Niek Bergboer (UM) Context-Based Image Analysis 2007-15 Joyca Lacroix (UM) NIM: a Situated Computational Memory Model 2007-16 Davide Grossi (UU) Designing Invisible Handcuffs. Formal investigations in Institutions and Organizations for Multi-agent Systems 2007-17 Theodore Charitos (UU) Reasoning with Dynamic Networks in Practice 2007-18 Bart Orriens (UvT) On the development an management of adaptive business collaborations 2007-19 David Levy (UM) Intimate relationships with artificial partners 2007-20 Slinger Jansen (UU) Customer Configuration Updating in a Software Supply Network 2007-21 Karianne Vermaas (UU) Fast diffusion and broadening use: A research on residential adoption and usage of broadband internet in the Netherlands between 2001 and 2005 2007-22 Zlatko Zlatev (UT) Goal-oriented design of value and process models from patterns 2007-23 Peter Barna (TUE) Specification of Application Logic in Web Information Systems 2007-24 Georgina Ramrez Camps (CWI) Structural Features in XML Retrieval 2007-25 Joost Schalken (VU) Empirical Investigations in Software Process Improvement 2008-01 Katalin Boer-Sorbn (EUR) Agent-Based Simulation of Financial Markets: A modular,continuous-time approach 2008-02 Alexei Sharpanskykh (VU) On Computer-Aided Methods for Modeling and Analysis of Organizations 2008-03 Vera Hollink (UvA) Optimizing hierarchical menus: a usage-based approach 2008-04 Ander de Keijzer (UT) Management of Uncertain Data - towards unattended integration 2008-05 Bela Mutschler (UT) Modeling and simulating causal dependencies on process-aware information systems from a cost perspective 2008-06 Arjen Hommersom (RUN) On the Application of Formal Methods to Clinical Guidelines, an Artificial Intelligence Perspective 2008-07 Peter van Rosmalen (OU) Supporting the tutor in the design and support of adaptive e-learning 2008-08 Janneke Bolt (UU) Bayesian Networks: Aspects of Approximate Inference 2008-09 Christof van Nimwegen (UU) The paradox of the guided user: assistance can be counter-effective 2008-10 Wauter Bosma (UT) Discourse oriented summarization 2008-11 Vera Kartseva (VU) Designing Controls for Network Organizations: A Value-Based Approach 2008-12 Jozsef Farkas (RUN) A Semiotically Oriented Cognitive Model of Knowledge Representation 2008-13 Caterina Carraciolo (UvA) Topic Driven Access to Scientific Handbooks 2008-14 Arthur van Bunningen (UT) Context-Aware Querying; Better Answers with Less Effort 2008-15 Martijn van Otterlo (UT) The Logic of Adaptive Behavior: Knowledge Representation and Algorithms for the Markov Decision Process Framework in First-Order Domains 2008-16 Henri¨ tte van Vugt (VU) e Embodied agents from a user’s perspective 2008-17 Martin op ’t Land (TUD) Applying Architecture and Ontology to the Splitting and Allying of Enterprises 2008-18 Guido de Croon (UM) Adaptive Active Vision 2008-19 Henning Rode (UT) From Document to Entity Retrieval: Improving Precision and Performance of Focused Text Search 2008-20 Rex Arendsen (UvA)





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Geen bericht, goed bericht. Een onderzoek naar de effecten van de introductie van elektronisch berichtenverkeer met de overheid op de administratieve lasten van bedrijven 2008-21 Krisztian Balog (UvA) People Search in the Enterprise 2008-22 Henk Koning (UU) Communication of IT-Architecture 2008-23 Stefan Visscher (UU) Bayesian network models for the management of ventilator-associated pneumonia 2008-24 Zharko Aleksovski (VU) Using background knowledge in ontology matching 2008-25 Geert Jonker (UU) Efficient and Equitable Exchange in Air Traffic Management Plan Repair using Spender-signed Currency 2008-26 Marijn Huijbregts (UT) Segmentation, Diarization and Speech Transcription: Surprise Data Unraveled 2008-27 Hubert Vogten (OU) Design and Implementation Strategies for IMS Learning Design 2008-28 Ildiko Flesch (RUN) On the Use of Independence Relations in Bayesian Networks 2008-29 Dennis Reidsma (UT) Annotations and Subjective Machines - Of Annotators, Embodied Agents, Users, and Other Humans 2008-30 Wouter van Atteveldt (VU) Semantic Network Analysis: Techniques for Extracting, Representing and Querying Media Content 2008-31 Loes Braun (UM) Pro-Active Medical Information Retrieval 2008-32 Trung H. Bui (UT) Toward Affective Dialogue Management using Partially Observable Markov Decision Processes 2008-33 Frank Terpstra (UvA) Scientific Workflow Design; theoretical and practical issues 2008-34 Jeroen de Knijf (UU) Studies in Frequent Tree Mining 2008-35 Ben Torben Nielsen (UvT) Dendritic morphologies: function shapes structure 2009-01 Rasa Jurgelenaite (RUN) Symmetric Causal Independence Models 2009-02 Willem Robert van Hage (VU) Evaluating Ontology-Alignment Techniques 2009-03 Hans Stol (UvT) A Framework for Evidence-based Policy Making Using IT 2009-04 Josephine Nabukenya (RUN) Improving the Quality of Organisational Policy Making using Collaboration Engineering 2009-05 Sietse Overbeek (RUN) Bridging Supply and Demand for Knowledge Intensive Tasks - Based on Knowledge, Cognition, and Quality 2009-06 Muhammad Subianto (UU) Understanding Classification 2009-07 Ronald Poppe (UT) Discriminative Vision-Based Recovery and Recognition of Human Motion 2009-08 Volker Nannen (VU) Evolutionary Agent-Based Policy Analysis in Dynamic Environments 2009-09 Benjamin Kanagwa (RUN) Design, Discovery and Construction of Service-oriented Systems 2009-10 Jan Wielemaker (UvA) Logic programming for knowledge-intensive interactive applications 2009-11 Alexander Boer (UvA) Legal Theory, Sources of Law & the Semantic Web 2009-12 Peter Massuthe (TUE, Humboldt-Universitaet zu Berlin) Operating Guidelines for Services 2009-13 Steven de Jong (UM) Fairness in Multi-Agent Systems 2009-14 Maksym Korotkiy (VU) From ontology-enabled services to service-enabled ontologies (making ontologies work in e-science with ONTO-SOA) 2009-15 Rinke Hoekstra (UvA) Ontology Representation - Design Patterns and Ontologies that Make Sense 2009-16 Fritz Reul (UvT) New Architectures in Computer Chess

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2009-17 Laurens van der Maaten (UvT) Feature Extraction from Visual Data 2009-18 Fabian Groffen (CWI) Armada, An Evolving Database System 2009-19 Valentin Robu (CWI) Modeling Preferences, Strategic Reasoning and Collaboration in Agent-Mediated Electronic Markets 2009-20 Bob van der Vecht (UU) Adjustable Autonomy: Controling Influences on Decision Making 2009-21 Stijn Vanderlooy (UM) Ranking and Reliable Classification 2009-22 Pavel Serdyukov (UT) Search For Expertise: Going beyond direct evidence 2009-23 Peter Hofgesang (VU) Modelling Web Usage in a Changing Environment 2009-24 Annerieke Heuvelink (VUA) Cognitive Models for Training Simulations 2009-25 Alex van Ballegooij (CWI) “RAM: Array Database Management through Relational Mapping” 2009-26 Fernando Koch (UU) An Agent-Based Model for the Development of Intelligent Mobile Services 2009-27 Christian Glahn (OU) Contextual Support of social Engagement and Reflection on the Web 2009-28 Sander Evers (UT) Sensor Data Management with Probabilistic Models 2009-29 Stanislav Pokraev (UT) Model-Driven Semantic Integration of Service-Oriented Applications 2009-30 Marcin Zukowski (CWI) Balancing vectorized query execution with bandwidth-optimized storage 2009-31 Sofiya Katrenko (UvA) A Closer Look at Learning Relations from Text 2009-32 Rik Farenhorst (VU) and Remco de Boer (VU) Architectural Knowledge Management: Supporting Architects and Auditors 2009-33 Khiet Truong (UT) How Does Real Affect Affect Affect Recognition In Speech?

2009-34 Inge van de Weerd (UU) Advancing in Software Product Management: An Incremental Method Engineering Approach 2009-35 Wouter Koelewijn (UL) Privacy en Politiegegevens; Over geautomatiseerde normatieve informatie-uitwisseling 2009-36 Marco Kalz (OUN) Placement Support for Learners in Learning Networks 2009-37 Hendrik Drachsler (OUN) Navigation Support for Learners in Informal Learning Networks 2009-38 Riina Vuorikari (OU) Tags and self-organisation: a metadata ecology for learning resources in a multilingual context 2009-39 Christian Stahl (TUE, Humboldt-Universitaet zu Berlin) Service Substitution – A Behavioral Approach Based on Petri Nets 2009-40 Stephan Raaijmakers (UvT) Multinomial Language Learning: Investigations into the Geometry of Language 2009-41 Igor Berezhnyy (UvT) Digital Analysis of Paintings 2009-42 Toine Bogers Recommender Systems for Social Bookmarking 2009-43 Virginia Nunes Leal Franqueira (UT) Finding Multi-step Attacks in Computer Networks using Heuristic Search and Mobile Ambients 2009-44 Roberto Santana Tapia (UT) Assessing Business-IT Alignment in Networked Organizations 2009-45 Jilles Vreeken (UU) Making Pattern Mining Useful 2009-46 Loredana Afanasiev (UvA) Querying XML: Benchmarks and Recursion 2010-01 Matthijs van Leeuwen (UU) Patterns that Matter 2010-02 Ingo Wassink (UT) Work flows in Life Science 2010-03 Joost Geurts (CWI)

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A Document Engineering Model and Processing Framework for Multimedia documents 2010-04 Olga Kulyk (UT) Do You Know What I Know? Situational Awareness of Co-located Teams in Multidisplay Environments 2010-05 Claudia Hauff (UT) Predicting the Effectiveness of Queries and Retrieval Systems 2010-06 Sander Bakkes (UvT) Rapid Adaptation of Video Game AI 2010-07 Wim Fikkert (UT) Gesture interaction at a Distance 2010-08 Krzysztof Siewicz (UL) Towards an Improved Regulatory Framework of Free Software.



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