Artificial Intelligence and Logistics (AILog-2012) Autonomous and Decentralized Approaches in Logistics
Workshop at ECAI 2012, Montpellier, France, August 28, 2012


9:15 Workshop Opening
9:20 Invited Talk
Detlef Zühlke
Smart Factories and their Impact on Smart Logistic Systems
10:15 Coffee Break
10:45 Technical Program (Session 1)
Leonid Antsfeld and Toby Walsh
Finding Optimal Paths in Multi-modal Public Transportation Networks using Hub Nodes and TRANSIT algorithm

Petr Kalina and Jiri Vokrinek
Improved Agent Based Algorithm for Vehicle Routing Problem with Time Windows using Efficient Search Diversification and Pruning Strategy

Mikhail Simonov and Antonio Attanasio
Improving Grid Sustainability by Intelligent EV Recharge Process

12:15 Lunch Break
13:45 Technical Program (Session 2)
Philip Welch, Zsolt Kemeny, Aniko Ekart and Elisabeth Ilie-Zudor
Application of model-based prediction to support operational decisions in logistics networks

Péter Egri
Safety Stock Placement in Non-cooperative Supply Chains

Haixiao Liu, Jeroen Keppens and Michael Luck
Towards Decentralised Agent-Based Inter-Company Scheduling

15:15 Coffee Break
15:45 Technical Program (Session 3)
Jens Heger, Hatem Bani and Bernd Scholz-Reiter
Improving Production Scheduling with Machine Learning

Immo Colonius
Hypotheses Generation for Process Recognition in a Domain Specified by Temporal Logic

16:45 Workshop Wrapup
17:00 End of Workshop