Members of MMCP Lab took part in AIST 2023
On September 29-30, the 11th International Conference on Image, Social Network and Text Analysis AIST 2023 was held at the College of Science and Technology of the American University of Armenia.
The 11th International Conference on Image, Social Network and Text Analysis (AIST 2023) was held on September 29-30 at the College of Science and Engineering (CSE) of the American University of Armenia (AUA).
The conference was attended by numerous local and foreign researchers and practitioners. During the conference, research results and methods of advanced data analysis and machine learning relevant to various fields of data science were widely discussed.
About 50 papers were presented at the two-day conference, the conference program was divided into five thematic areas:
• natural language processing;
• computer vision;
• data analysis and machine learning;
• network analysis;
• theoretical machine learning and optimization.
In addition, a separate session was reserved for poster presentations of research studies with prospective publication potential.
The conference was also attended by employees of the Laboratory for Models and Methods of Computational Pragmatics and the School of Data Analysis and Artificial Intelligence of the Faculty of Computer Science (HSE) with both invited and regular presentations:
- Threatening Content and Target Identification in low-resource languages using NLP Techniques
Muhammad Shahid Iqbal Malik (invited talk)
- Acne recognition: training models with experts
Stefan Nikolic (speaker), Dmitry Ignatov and Peter Fedorov
- Approximate Density Computation for OA-biclustering
Dmitry Ignatov (speaker), Kamila Usmanova (ex-trainee of NUL MMVP), Daria Komissarova, Stefan Nikolic, Adrey Khrunin, Gennady Khvorykh
- Data-Driven Approach for Identifying Functional State of Hemodialysis Fistulas: Entropy-Complexity and Formal Concept Analysis
Ekaterina Zvorykina (speaker), Yurii Beschastnov, Majid Sohrabi (speaker) and Vasilii Gromov
- Is Canfield Right? On the Asymptotic Coefficients for the Maximum Antichain of Partitions and Related Counting Inequalities
There was also a poster presentation co-authored with colleagues from Vishnevsky Institute of Demography:
- Development of a Visualization Tool for the Occurence of Life Event on the Demographic Lexis Grid
Ekaterina Mitrofanova, Dmitry Ignatov, Tatyana Maximova, Anna Podshivalova (Research Assistant), Anna Muratova (ex-research fellow)
Elena Tutubalina also co-led the conference section on natural language processing.
The 11th AIST Conference ended on a very positive note, encouraging the advancement and development of research in the field of artificial intelligence and data analytics and the creation of academic connections around the world.
Conference proceedings are traditionally published in Springer Nature's computer science series: LNCS 14486 and CCIS 1905. Past proceedings are available on the conference page on the publisher's website.