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*2009
87EEMark LaRosa, David Poole, Rudy Schusteritsch: Designing and deploying usetube, google's global user experience observation and recording system. CHI Extended Abstracts 2009: 2971-2986
86EEJacek Kisynski, David Poole: Lifted Aggregation in Directed First-Order Probabilistic Models. IJCAI 2009: 1922-1929
85EEDavid Poole, Clinton Smyth, Rita Sharma: Ontology Design for Scientific Theories That Make Probabilistic Predictions. IEEE Intelligent Systems 24(1): 27-36 (2009)
2008
84EEDavid Poole: The Independent Choice Logic and Beyond. Probabilistic Inductive Logic Programming 2008: 222-243
83EEDavid Poole, Clinton Smyth, Rita Sharma: Semantic Science: Ontologies, Data and Probabilistic Theories. URSW (LNCS Vol.) 2008: 26-40
82EESaleema Amershi, Giuseppe Carenini, Cristina Conati, Alan K. Mackworth, David Poole: Pedagogy and usability in interactive algorithm visualizations: Designing and evaluating CIspace. Interacting with Computers 20(1): 64-96 (2008)
2007
81 David Poole: Logical Generative Models for Probabilistic Reasoning about Existence, Roles and Identity. AAAI 2007: 1271-1277
80EERita Sharma, David Poole, Clinton Smyth: A System for Ontologically-Grounded Probabilistic Matching. BMA 2007
79EEMark Crowley, Brent Boerlage, David Poole: Adding Local Constraints to Bayesian Networks. Canadian Conference on AI 2007: 344-355
78EEAmy R. Reibman, David Poole: Characterizing packet-loss impairments in compressed video. ICIP (5) 2007: 77-80
2005
77EERita Sharma, David Poole: Probability and Equality: A Probabilistic Model of Identity Uncertainty. Canadian Conference on AI 2005: 227-231
76EEDavid Poole, Clinton Smyth: Type Uncertainty in Ontologically-Grounded Qualitative Probabilistic Matching. ECSQARU 2005: 763-774
75EERita Sharma, David Poole: Probabilistic Reasoning with Hierarchically Structured Variables. IJCAI 2005: 1391-1397
74EESaleema Amershi, N. Arksey, Giuseppe Carenini, Cristina Conati, Alan K. Mackworth, Heather Maclaren, David Poole: Designing CIspace: pedagogy and usability in a learning environment for AI. ITiCSE 2005: 178-182
73EEPeter Carbonetto, Jacek Kisynski, Nando de Freitas, David Poole: Nonparametric Bayesian Logic. UAI 2005: 85-93
2004
72EEDavid Poole: Estimating the size of the telephone universe: a Bayesian Mark-recapture approach. KDD 2004: 659-664
71 Clinton Smyth, David Poole: Qualitative Probabilistic Matching with Hierarchical Descriptions. KR 2004: 479-487
70EECraig Boutilier, Ronen I. Brafman, Carmel Domshlak, Holger H. Hoos, David Poole: CP-nets: A Tool for Representing and Reasoning with Conditional Ceteris Paribus Preference Statements. J. Artif. Intell. Res. (JAIR) 21: 135-191 (2004)
2003
69 David Poole: First-order probabilistic inference. IJCAI 2003: 985-991
68EEGiuseppe Carenini, Jocelyin Smith, David Poole: Towards more conversational and collaborative recommender systems. IUI 2003: 12-18
67 Rita Sharma, David Poole: Efficient Inference in Large Discrete Domains. UAI 2003: 535-542
66EEDavid Poole, Nevin Lianwen Zhang: Exploiting Contextual Independence In Probabilistic Inference. J. Artif. Intell. Res. (JAIR) 18: 263-313 (2003)
2002
65EERubén Morales-Menéndez, Nando de Freitas, David Poole: Real-Time Monitoring of Complex Industrial Processes with Particle Filters. NIPS 2002: 1433-1440
2001
64EERita Sharma, David Poole: Symmetric Collaborative Filtering Using the Noisy Sensor Model. UAI 2001: 488-495
2000
63 Peter Gorniak, David Poole: Predicting Future User Actions by Observing Unmodified Applications. AAAI/IAAI 2000: 217-222
62EEDavid Poole: Logic, Knowledge Representation, and Bayesian Decision Theory. Computational Logic 2000: 70-86
61EEPeter Gorniak, David Poole: Building a Stochastic Dynamic Model of Application Use. UAI 2000: 230-237
60 David Poole: Abducing through negation as failure: stable models within the independent choice logic. J. Log. Program. 44(1-3): 5-35 (2000)
1999
59 Nevin Lianwen Zhang, David Poole: On the Role of Context-Specific Independence in Probabilistic Inference. IJCAI 1999: 1288-1293
58EEMichael C. Horsch, David Poole: Estimating the Value of Computation in Flexible Information Refinement. UAI 1999: 297-304
57EECraig Boutilier, Ronen I. Brafman, Holger H. Hoos, David Poole: Reasoning With Conditional Ceteris Paribus Preference Statements. UAI 1999: 71-80
1998
56EEMichael C. Horsch, David Poole: An Anytime Algorithm for Decision Making under Uncertainty. UAI 1998: 246-255
55EEDavid Poole: Context-specific approximation in probabilistic inference. UAI 1998: 447-454
54EEDavid Poole: Decision Theory, the Situation Calculus and Conditional Plans. Electron. Trans. Artif. Intell. 2: 105-158 (1998)
1997
53 David Poole: Probabilistic Partial Evaluation: Exploiting Rule Structure in Probabilistic Inference. IJCAI 1997: 1284-1291
52EEDavid Poole: The Independent Choice Logic for Modelling Multiple Agents Under Uncertainty. Artif. Intell. 94(1-2): 7-56 (1997)
1996
51 Craig Boutilier, David Poole: Computing Optimal Policies for Partially Observable Decision Processes Using Compact Representations. AAAI/IAAI, Vol. 2 1996: 1168-1175
50 Andrew Csinger, David Poole: Adapting Decision Theory for Multimedia Presentation Design: User Modelling for Intent-based Authoring. ECAI 1996: 251-255
49EEMichael C. Horsch, David Poole: Flexible Policy Construction by Information Refinement. UAI 1996: 315-324
48EEDavid Poole: A Framework for Decision-Theoretic Planning I: Combining the Situation Calculus, Conditional Plans, Probability and Utility. UAI 1996: 436-445
47EEDavid Poole: Probabilistic Conflicts in a Search Algorithm for Estimating Posterior Probabilities in Bayesian Networks. Artif. Intell. 88(1-2): 69-100 (1996)
46EENevin Lianwen Zhang, David Poole: Exploiting Causal Independence in Bayesian Network Inference CoRR cs.AI/9612101: (1996)
45 Nevin Lianwen Zhang, David Poole: Exploiting Causal Independence in Bayesian Network Inference. J. Artif. Intell. Res. (JAIR) 5: 301-328 (1996)
1995
44 David Poole: Logic Programming for Robot Control. IJCAI 1995: 150-157
43EEDavid Poole: Exploiting the Rule Structure for Decision Making within the Independent Choice Logic. UAI 1995: 454-463
42 Runping Qi, David Poole: A New Method for Influence Diagram Evaluation. Computational Intelligence 11: 498-528 (1995)
1994
41 Ramon López de Mántaras, David Poole: UAI '94: Proceedings of the Tenth Annual Conference on Uncertainty in Artificial Intelligence, July 29-31, 1994, Seattle, Washington, USA Morgan Kaufmann 1994
40EERunping Qi, Nevin Lianwen Zhang, David Poole: Solving Asymmetric Decision Problems with Influence Diagrams. UAI 1994: 491-497
39EENevin Lianwen Zhang, David Poole: Intercausal Independence and Heterogeneous Factorization. UAI 1994: 606-614
38 David Poole: Representing Diagnosis Knowledge. Ann. Math. Artif. Intell. 11(1-4): 33-50 (1994)
37 Andrew Csinger, Kellogg S. Booth, David Poole: AI Meets Authoring: User Models for Intelligent Multimedia. Artif. Intell. Rev. 8(5-6): 447-468 (1994)
36EENevin Lianwen Zhang, Runping Qi, David Poole: A computational theory of decision networks. Int. J. Approx. Reasoning 11(2): 83-158 (1994)
1993
35 Andrew Csinger, David Poole: Hypothetically Speaking Default Reasoning and Discourse-Structure. IJCAI 1993: 1179-1185
34 David Poole: Average-Case Analysis of a Search Algorithm for Estimating Prior and Posterior Probabilities in Bayesian Networks with Extreme Probabilities. IJCAI 1993: 606-612
33EEDavid Poole: The use of conflicts in searching Bayesian networks. UAI 1993: 359-367
32EENevin Lianwen Zhang, Runping Qi, David Poole: Incremental computation of the value of perfect information in stepwise-decomposable influence diagrams. UAI 1993: 400-410
31 David Poole: Probabilistic Horn Abduction and Bayesian Networks. Artif. Intell. 64(1): 81-129 (1993)
30 Yang Xiang, B. Pant, A. Eisen, Michael P. Beddoes, David Poole: Multiply sectioned Bayesian networks for neuromuscular diagnosis. Artificial Intelligence in Medicine 5(4): 293-314 (1993)
29 Yang Xiang, David Poole, Michael P. Beddoes: Multiply Sectioned Bayesian Networks and Junction Forests for Large Knowledge-Based Systems. Computational Intelligence 9: 171-220 (1993)
28 David Poole: Logic Programming, Abduction and Probability - A Top-Down Anytime Algorithm for Estimating Prior and Posterior Probabilities. New Generation Comput. 11(3): 377-400 (1993)
1992
27 David Poole: Logic Programming, Abduction and Probability. FGCS 1992: 530-538
26 Nevin Lianwen Zhang, David Poole: Stepwise-Decomposable Influence Diagrams. KR 1992: 141-152
25EEYang Xiang, David Poole, Michael P. Beddoes: Exploring Localization in Bayesian Networks for Large Expert Systems. UAI 1992: 344-351
1991
24 David Poole: Representing Diagnostic Knowledge for Probabilistic Horn Abduction. IJCAI 1991: 1129-1137
23 Nicolas Helft, Katsumi Inoue, David Poole: Query Answering in Circumscription. IJCAI 1991: 426-431
22 Gregory M. Provan, David Poole: The Utility of Consistency-Based Diagnostic Techniques. KR 1991: 461-472
21EEDavid Poole: Representing Bayesian Networks Within Probabilistic Horn Abduction. UAI 1991: 271-278
20EERunping Qi, David Poole: High Level Path Planning with Uncertainty. UAI 1991: 287-294
19 David Poole: The Effect of Knowledge on Belief: Conditioning, Specificity and the Lottery Paradox in Default Reasoning. Artif. Intell. 49(1-3): 281-307 (1991)
18 David Poole: Compiling a Default Reasoning System into Prolog. New Generation Comput. 9(1): 3-38 (1991)
1990
17EEDavid Poole, Gregory M. Provan: What is the most likely diagnosis? UAI 1990: 89-106
1989
16 David Poole: Normality and Faults in Logic-Based Diagnosis. IJCAI 1989: 1304-1310
15EEAndrew Csinger, David Poole: From Utterance to Belief via Presupposition: Default Logic in User-Modelling. KBCS 1989: 407-417
14 David Poole: What the Lottery Paradox Tells Us About Default Reasoning. KR 1989: 333-340
13EEYang Xiang, Michael P. Beddoes, David Poole: Can Uncertainty Management be Realized in a Finite Totally Ordered Probability Algebra? UAI 1989: 41-60
12 David Poole: Explanation, prediction: an architecture for default, abductive reasoning. Computational Intelligence 5: 97-110 (1989)
1988
11 David Poole: Representing Knowledge for Logic-Based Diagnosis. FGCS 1988: 1282-1290
10EEEric Neufeld, David Poole, Romas Aleliunas: Probabilsitic semantics and defaults. UAI 1988: 121-132
9 David Poole: A Logical Framework for Default Reasoning. Artif. Intell. 36(1): 27-47 (1988)
8 Eric Neufeld, David Poole: Combining logic and probability. Computational Intelligence 4: 98-99 (1988)
7 Eric Neufeld, David Poole: Towards solving the multiple extension problem: Combining defaults and probabilities. Int. J. Approx. Reasoning 2(3): 340-341 (1988)
1987
6 David Poole: Variables in Hypotheses. IJCAI 1987: 905-908
5EEEric Neufeld, David Poole: Towards Solving the Multiple Extension Problem: Combining Defaults and Probability. UAI 1987: 35-44
1986
4 Randy Goebel, Koichi Furukawa, David Poole: Using Definite Clauses and Integrity Constraints as the Basis for a Theory Formation Approach to Diagnostic Reasoning. ICLP 1986: 211-222
3 David Poole, Randy Goebel: Gracefully adding negation and disjunction to Prolog. ICLP 1986: 635-641
1985
2 David Poole: On the Comparison of Theories: Preferring the Most Specific Explanation. IJCAI 1985: 144-147
1984
1 David Poole: A Logical System for Default Reasoning. NMR 1984: 373-384

Coauthor Index

1Romas Aleliunas [10]
2Saleema Amershi [74] [82]
3N. Arksey [74]
4Michael P. Beddoes [13] [25] [29] [30]
5Brent Boerlage [79]
6Kellogg S. Booth [37]
7Craig Boutilier [51] [57] [70]
8Ronen I. Brafman [57] [70]
9Peter Carbonetto [73]
10Giuseppe Carenini [68] [74] [82]
11Cristina Conati [74] [82]
12Mark Crowley [79]
13Andrew Csinger [15] [35] [37] [50]
14Carmel Domshlak [70]
15A. Eisen [30]
16Nando de Freitas [65] [73]
17Koichi Furukawa [4]
18Randy Goebel [3] [4]
19Peter Gorniak [61] [63]
20Nicolas Helft [23]
21Holger H. Hoos (Holger Hoos) [57] [70]
22Michael C. Horsch [49] [56] [58]
23Katsumi Inoue [23]
24Jacek Kisynski [73] [86]
25Mark LaRosa [87]
26Alan K. Mackworth [74] [82]
27Heather Maclaren [74]
28Ramon López de Mántaras [41]
29Rubén Morales-Menéndez [65]
30Eric Neufeld [5] [7] [8] [10]
31B. Pant [30]
32Gregory M. Provan [17] [22]
33Runping Qi [20] [32] [36] [40] [42]
34Amy R. Reibman [78]
35Rudy Schusteritsch [87]
36Rita Sharma [64] [67] [75] [77] [80] [83] [85]
37Jocelyin Smith [68]
38Clinton Smyth [71] [76] [80] [83] [85]
39Yang Xiang [13] [25] [29] [30]
40Nevin Lianwen Zhang [26] [32] [36] [39] [40] [45] [46] [59] [66]

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