„Essentially, all models are wrong, but some are useful.“ - George E. P. Box

Thomas Geier

Thomas Geier hat die Universität Ulm verlassen. Diese Seite wird nicht mehr gepflegt.

I finished my studies of computer science at the University of Würzburg in 2007 with a thesis in the area of automata theory, obtaining the degree of Diploma. After that, I was working mainly as an embedded programmer with some degression into electronics and the physics of thermal transfer printing.

Since 2009 I am a PhD student working within the Sonderforschungsbereich TR-62 (A Companion Technology). There I am associated with developing a knowledge base that mediates between declarative, deterministic models (ontologies, models for deterministic planning) and sub-symbolic, probabilistic model components emerging from machine learning.

My research focus lies with inference in probabilistic, graphical models - often involving a temporal aspect.

More generally I am interested in the following topics:

  • complexity theory
  • graphical models
  • SAT and CSP
  • statistics and causality
  • functional programming

Software

libexp

libexp is a library for writing computational experiments in Scala. It is hosted on Github.

UUMLN

UUMLN is a software for inference in Markov Logic Networks. It contains the code used in the paper "Approximate Online Inference for Dynamic Markov Logic Networks". It is written in Scala and the source code can be downloaded here.

Replication of Experiments for "Conditioned Belief Propagation Revisited"

Both the source code and the final data used for the paper and the technical report are available at recomputation.org inside a virtual machine. If you want to have the code and data without the virtual machine, either extract it or email me.

„Essentially, all models are wrong, but some are useful.“ - George E. P. Box

Thomas Geier

Thomas Geier hat die Universität Ulm verlassen. Diese Seite wird nicht mehr gepflegt.

I finished my studies of computer science at the University of Würzburg in 2007 with a thesis in the area of automata theory, obtaining the degree of Diploma. After that, I was working mainly as an embedded programmer with some degression into electronics and the physics of thermal transfer printing.

Since 2009 I am a PhD student working within the Sonderforschungsbereich TR-62 (A Companion Technology). There I am associated with developing a knowledge base that mediates between declarative, deterministic models (ontologies, models for deterministic planning) and sub-symbolic, probabilistic model components emerging from machine learning.

My research focus lies with inference in probabilistic, graphical models - often involving a temporal aspect.

More generally I am interested in the following topics:

  • complexity theory
  • graphical models
  • SAT and CSP
  • statistics and causality
  • functional programming

Software

libexp

libexp is a library for writing computational experiments in Scala. It is hosted on Github.

UUMLN

UUMLN is a software for inference in Markov Logic Networks. It contains the code used in the paper "Approximate Online Inference for Dynamic Markov Logic Networks". It is written in Scala and the source code can be downloaded here.

Replication of Experiments for "Conditioned Belief Propagation Revisited"

Both the source code and the final data used for the paper and the technical report are available at recomputation.org inside a virtual machine. If you want to have the code and data without the virtual machine, either extract it or email me.

Publikationen

Präferenzen

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2015

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Glodek, Michael; Honold, Frank; Geier, Thomas; Krell, Gerald; Nothdurft, Florian; Reuter, Stephan; Schüssel, Felix; Hörnle, Thilo; Dietmayer, Klaus; Minker, Wolfgang; Biundo, Susanne; Weber, Michael; Palm, Günther und Schwenker, Friedhelm
Fusion paradigms in cognitive technical systems for human–computer interaction
Neurocomputing, 161(0):17 - 37
2015
ISSN: 0925-2312
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Geier, Thomas; Richter, Felix und Biundo, Susanne
Locally Conditioned Belief Propagation
Proceedings of the 31st Conference on Uncertainty in Artificial Intelligence (UAI) , Seite 296--305.
Herausgeber: AUAI Press,
2015
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Richter, Felix; Geier, Thomas und Biundo, Susanne
Believing in POMDPs
Proceedings of the First International Symposium on Companion Technology (ISCT 2015)
2015
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Bercher, Pascal; Richter, Felix; Hörnle, Thilo; Geier, Thomas; Höller, Daniel; Behnke, Gregor; Nothdurft, Florian; Honold, Frank; Minker, Wolfgang; Weber, Michael und Biundo, Susanne
A Planning-based Assistance System for Setting Up a Home Theater
Proceedings of the 29th National Conference on Artificial Intelligence (AAAI 2015) , Seite 4264--4265.
Herausgeber: AAAI Press,
2015

2014

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Geier, Thomas; Richter, Felix und Biundo, Susanne
Conditioned Belief Propagation Revisited: Extended Version
Dokument Nummer: UIB 2014-03
Ulm University,
August 2014
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Glodek, Michael; Geier, Thomas; Biundo, Susanne und Palm, Günther
A layered architecture for probabilistic complex pattern recognition to detect user preferences
Neural-Symbolic Networks for Cognitive Capacities,
2014
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Honold, Frank; Bercher, Pascal; Richter, Felix; Nothdurft, Florian; Geier, Thomas; Barth, Roland; Hörnle, Thilo; Schüssel, Felix; Reuter, Stephan; Rau, Matthias; Bertrand, Gregor; Seegebarth, Bastian; Kurzok, Peter; Schattenberg, Bernd; Minker, Wolfgang; Weber, Michael und Biundo, Susanne
Companion-Technology: Towards User- and Situation-Adaptive Functionality of Technical Systems
10th International Conference on Intelligent Environments (IE 2014) , Seite 378--381.
Herausgeber: IEEE,
2014
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Bercher, Pascal; Biundo, Susanne; Geier, Thomas; Hoernle, Thilo; Nothdurft, Florian; Richter, Felix und Schattenberg, Bernd
Plan, Repair, Execute, Explain - How Planning Helps to Assemble your Home Theater
Proceedings of the 24th International Conference on Automated Planning and Scheduling (ICAPS 2014) , Seite 386--394.
Herausgeber: AAAI Press,
2014
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Höller, Daniel; Bercher, Pascal; Richter, Felix; Schiller, Marvin; Geier, Thomas und Biundo, Susanne
Finding User-friendly Linearizations of Partially Ordered Plans
28th PuK Workshop "Planen, Scheduling und Konfigurieren, Entwerfen" (PuK 2014)
2014
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Geier, Thomas; Richter, Felix und Biundo, Susanne
Conditioned Belief Propagation Revisited
In Schaub, Torsten and Friedrich, Gerhard and O'Sullivan, Barry, Editor, Proceedings of the 21st European Conference on Artificial Intelligence (ECAI 2014) Band 263 aus Frontiers in Artificial Intelligence and Applications , Seite 1011-1012.
Herausgeber: IOS Press, Amsterdam
2014
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