Two papers have been accepted at the 16th IEEE PerCom conference which will take place in Athens from 19th to 23th of March:

  • The paper "NECTAR: Knowledge-based Collaborative Active Learning for Activity Recognition" by Gabriele Civitarese, Claudio Bettini, Timo Sztyler, Daniele Riboni and Heiner Stuckenschmidt has been accepted as a full paper at IEEE PerCom main conference. 
  • The paper "Modeling and Reasoning with ProbLog: An Application in Recognizing Complex Activities" by Timo Sztyler, Gabriele Civitarese, and Heiner Stuckenschmidt has been accepted at CoMoRea workshop, a satellite event co-located with the PerCom conference.




The paper "The privacy implications of cyber security systems: a technological survey" by  E. Toch, C. Bettini, E. Shmueli, L. Radaelli, A. Lanzi, D. Riboni, and B. Lepri has been accepted for publication on ACM Computing Surveys (CSUR). This work is part of the Israeli-Italian Scientific and Technological Cooperation program, supported by the Ministry of Science, Technology and Space, Israel under grant 3-12288, and by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, Italy.

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