AAAI Spring Symposium 2009
H
uman Behavior Modeling




 

All accepted papers for the Human Behavior Modeling Symposium can be downloaded from AAAI Library

Monday  March 23, 2009

9:00am -9:10am
Welcome and introduction to the symposium

9:10am -10:30am
Keynote: Eric Horvitz, Microsoft Research
Title: Models of Human Behavior: Principles and Practice

10:30am -11:00am Coffee Break

11:00am - 12:30pm
Sneak Preview (90 seconds each)

Each participant provides a very brief summary of their work and identifies one key challenge in the domain of Human Behavior Modeling that we should discuss during the symposium


12:30pm - 2:00pm Lunch Break

2:00pm - 3:30pm Panel 


Topic: Resources for Research on Large-Scale Human Behavior Modeling: Opportunities and Challenges
Lead: Daniel Gatica Perez, IDIAP
Panelists: Nathan Eagle (Santa Fe/MIT), Donald Patterson (UC Irvine), Chris Wren (Google), and Danny Wyatt (University of Washington)

3:30pm - 4:00pm Coffee Break

4:00pm - 5:30pm Oral Presentations (30 minutes each)



Stochastic Models of Large-Scale Human Behavior on the Web 
Kristina Lerman and Tad Hogg, 

Prediction and Discovery of Users' Desktop Behavior 
Omid Madani, Hung Bui and Eric Yeh 


Capturing Individual and Group Behavior with Wearable Sensors 

Daniel Olguin Olguin, Peter A. Gloor, and Alex (Sandy) Pentland


6:00pm - 7:00pm     
Reception

Tuesday  March 24, 2009

9:00am - 10:30am
Keynote: Dieter Fox, University of Washington
Title: Location-based Activity Recognition

10:30am -11:00am Coffee Break

11:00am - 12:30pm
Oral Presentations (30 minutes each)


Understanding Effects of Feedback on Group Collaboration
Taemie Kim and Alex (Sandy) Pentland
 
Collective Modeling of Human Social Behavior
Danny Wyatt

Behavior Recognition in Video with Extended Models of Feature Velocity Dynamics

Ross Messing and Christopher Pal


12:30pm - 2:00pm Lunch Break

2:00pm - 3:30pm Oral Presentations (30 minutes each)


Human Behavior Modeling with Maximum Entropy Inverse Optimal Control
Brian D. Ziebart, Andrew Maas, J.Andrew Bagnell, and Anind K. Dey

Modeling Social Diffusion Phenomena using Reality Mining
Anmol Madan, and Alex (Sandy) Pentland


Object-Use Activity Monitoring: Feasibility for People with Cognitive Impairments

Mark R. Hodges, Mark W. Newman, and Martha E. Pollack


3:30pm - 4:00pm Coffee Break

4:00 - 5:30 Poster presentation (all papers including orals)


1.     Kay-Yut Chen and Tad Hogg, Modeling Risky Economic Decision-Making with Bounded Rationality
2.     Wen Dong, A Network Analysis of Road Traffic with Vehicle Tracking Data
3.     Mark R. Hodges, Mark W. Newman, and Martha E. Pollack,  Object-Use Activity Monitoring: Feasibility for People with Cognitive Impairments
4.     Peter Kiefer, SCTAG: A Mildly Context-Sensitive Formalism For Modeling Complex Intentions in Spatially Structured Environments
5.     Taemie Kim and Alex (Sandy) Pentland,  Understanding Effects of Feedback on Group Collaboration
6.     Bruno Lepri, Ankur Mani, Alex (Sandy) Pentland, Fabio Pianesi, Honest Signals in the Recognition of Functional Relational Roles in Meetings
7.     Kristina Lerman and Tad Hogg, Stochastic Models of Large-Scale Human Behavior on the Web
8.     Anmol Madan, and Alex (Sandy) Pentland, Modeling Social Diffusion Phenomena using Reality Mining
9.     Omid Madani, Hung Bui and Eric Yeh, Prediction and Discovery of Users’ Desktop Behavior
10.   Negin Nejati and Tolga Konik , Probabilistic Relational Learning of Human Behavior Models
11.   Daniel Olguin Olguin, Peter A. Gloor, Alex (Sandy) Pentland, Capturing Individual and Group Behavior with Wearable Sensors
12.   Donald J. Patterson, Global Priors of Place and Activity Tags
13.   Ross Messing and Christopher Pal, Behavior Recognition in Video with Extended Models of Feature Velocity Dynamics
14.   Tsu-yu Wu, Jane Yung-jen Hsu, Continuous Recognition of Daily Activities from Multiple Heterogeneous Sensors
15.   Danny Wyatt, Collective Modeling of Human Social Behavior
16.   Brian D. Ziebart, Andrew Maas, J.Andrew Bagnell, and Anind K. Dey,  Human Behavior Modeling with Maximum Entropy Inverse Optimal Control

6:00 pm - 7:30 pm      Plenary session 

Wednesday  March 25, 2009

8:30am - 9:45am
Keynote: Alex (Sandy) Pentland, MIT
Title: Human Dynamics: From Honest Signals to Tribal Structure

9:45am - 10:30am (open discussion)
Grand Challenges in Human Behavior Modeling

10:30-11:00 Coffee Break

11:00:12:30 Wrap-up