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Silja Renooij

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Projects

This pages lists all individual projects I am or have been formally involved in, in any way: either as PhD student, post-doc, supervisor and/or examinator. Projects are listed under the name of a particular project member; a difference in colour distinguishes former from current projects.

Research projects (Post-doc level)


Researcher: S. Renooij

projectPracticable Decision Making Under Uncertainty
fundingNWO Pionier programme
universityUtrecht University, NL; Department of Information and Computing Sciences
period2001-2005
my rolethe post-doc

Research projects (PhD level)


Student: A. Onnes

projectMonitoring and constraining adaptive systems
part ofHybrid Intelligence: Augmenting Human Intellect
fundingNWO Zwaartekracht programme
universityUtrecht University, NL; Department of Information and Computing Sciences
duration5 yrs (0.8 fte); starting September 2020
my rolesdaily supervisor & 'co-promotor'

Student: C. Steging

projectAligning designed and learning systems for responsible HI
part ofHybrid Intelligence: Augmenting Human Intellect
fundingNWO Zwaartekracht programme
universityUniversity of Groningen, NL; Department of Artificial Intelligence
duration4 yrs; starting March 2020
my roles'co-promotor'

Student: E. de Souza da Silva

thesisFactorization models with relational and contextual information
universityNorwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU), Norway: Department of Computer Science
graduatedFebruary 11, 2020
my roleReading committee member and examiner at defense

Student: G.M. Wieten

projectProbabilistic decision-making based on Arguments and Scenarios
thesisBridging the Gap Between Informal Sense-Making Tools and Formal Systems: Facilitating the Construction of Bayesian Networks and Argumentation Frameworks
universityUtrecht University, NL; Department of Information and Computing Sciences
duration4 yrs; started December 2016
graduatedSeptember 8, 2021
my rolesco-applicant, daily supervisor & 'co-promotor'

Student: M.L.P. Bueno

thesisUnraveling Temporal Processes using Probabilistic Graphical Models
universityLeiden University, NL: Leiden Institute of Advanced Computer Science
graduatedFebruary 11, 2020
my roleReading committee member and examiner at defense

Student: M. Bendtsen

thesisGated Bayesian Networks
universityLinköping University, Sweden: Department of Computer and Information Science
graduatedSeptember 6, 2017
my roleReading committee member and examiner at defense

Student: S.T. Timmer

projectDesigning and Understanding Forensic Bayesian Networks with Arguments and Scenarios
thesisDesigning and Understanding Forensic Bayesian Networks using Argumentation
fundingNWO Forensic Science programme
universityUtrecht University, NL; Department of Information and Computing Sciences
duration4 yrs; started: July 2012
graduatedFebruary 1, 2017
my rolesco-applicant, daily supervisor & 'co-promotor'

Student: R.M. Fernández Ropero

thesisHybrid Bayesian Networks: A Statistical Tool in Ecology and Environmental Sciences
universityUniversity of Almeria, Spain: Department of Biology and Geology
graduatedDecember 15, 2016
my roleforeign reviewer (to achieve International Mention)

Student: C.S. Vlek

projectDesigning and Understanding Forensic Bayesian Networks with Arguments and Scenarios
thesisWhen Stories and Numbers Meet in Court
fundingNWO Forensic Science programme
universityUniversity of Groningen, NL; Department of Artificial Intelligence
duration4 yrs; started: June 2012
graduatedOctober 28, 2016
my rolesco-applicant, external supervisor & 'co-promotor'

Student: G.A.M. Lappenschaar

thesis New network models for the analysis of disease interaction, with applications in multimorbidity
universityRadboud University Nijmegen, NL; Institute for computing and Information Sciences
graduatedJune 2, 2014
my roledefense examiner

Student: T. Boneh

thesisOntology and Bayesian Decision Networks for Supporting the Meteorological Forecasting Process
universityMonash University Melbourne, Australia; Clayton School of Information Technology
graduated2010
my roleexternal examiner

Student: J. Kwisthout

thesisThe Computational Complexity of Probabilistic Networks
universityUtrecht University, NL; Department of Information and Computing Sciences
graduatedOctober 29, 2009
my rolesreading committee member & defense examiner

Student: J.H. Bolt

thesis Bayesian Networks: Aspects of Approximate Inference
universityUtrecht University, NL; Department of Information and Computing Sciences
graduatedApril 21, 2008
my rolesdefense examiner

Student: S. Visscher

thesisBayesian network models for the management of ventilator-associated pneumonia
universityUniversity Medical Center Utrecht, NL; Internal Medicine and Infectious Diseases
graduatedSeptember 30, 2008
my rolesdefense examiner

Student: D. Sent

thesisTest-selection Strategies for Probabilistic Networks
universityUtrecht University, NL; Department of Information and Computing Sciences
graduatedOctober 17, 2005
my rolesdefense examiner

Student: S. Renooij

thesisQualitative approaches to quantifying probabilistic networks
universityUtrecht University, NL; Department of Information and Computing Sciences
duration4 yrs; started January 1997
graduatedMarch 12, 2001
my rolethe phd student

Research projects (MSc level)


Student: S. van der Sman

thesisUsing computational argumentation for explainable AI in chess endgames
universityUtrecht University, NL; Department of Information and Computing Sciences
programmeArtificial Intelligence
credits44 ects
my rolesecond examiner

Student: T. van ter Beek

thesisExplanation in Bayesian networks
universityUtrecht University, NL; Department of Information and Computing Sciences
programmeDubble programme: Artificial Intelligence and Computing Science
credits60 ects
my rolesprimary supervisor & first examiner

Student: J. Hens

thesisMonotonicity and naive Bayes
universityUtrecht University, NL; Department of Information and Computing Sciences
programmeArtificial Intelligence
credits44 ects
my rolesprimary supervisor & first examiner

Student: H. Kaemingk

thesisSensitivity Analysis in Bayesian networks of the noisy-OR model and its generalisations
universityUtrecht University, NL; Department of Information and Computing Sciences
programmeArtificial Intelligence
credits44 ects
graduatedOctober 2021
my rolesprimary supervisor & first examiner

Student: T. van Driessel

thesisEffectiveness and Effciency of Linkage Tree Genetic Algorithm on Tree Decomposition Mk Landscapes
universityUtrecht University, NL; Department of Information and Computing Sciences
programmeGame and Media Technology
credits40 ects
graduated July 2021
my rolessecond examiner

Student: S. Qian

thesisAn Improved Algorithm Based on BBES for Learning Bayesian Network Structure from Data
universityUtrecht University, NL; Department of Information and Computing Sciences
programmeComputing Science
credits40 ects
graduated November 2020
my rolessecond examiner

Student: T. de Leeuw

thesisFormatting guidelines for the manual construction of BN graphs in data-poor domains
universityUtrecht University, NL; Department of Information and Computing Sciences
programmeArtificial Intelligence
credits44 ects
graduated September 2020
my rolesco-supervisor & first examiner

Student: T. Koopman

thesisComputing contrastive, counterfactual explanations for Bayesian networks
universityUtrecht University, NL; Department of Information and Computing Sciences
programmeArtificial Intelligence
credits44 ects
graduatedAugust 2020
my rolesprimary supervisor & first examiner

Student: T. Janmaat

thesisForest Inventory Modelling using Ontologies and Bayesian Networks
externalLand Life Company
universityUtrecht University, NL; Department of Information and Computing Sciences
programmeBusiness Informatics
credits40 ects
my rolessecond examiner

Student: L. Folkersma

thesisThe Impact of Problem Features on NSGA-II and MOEA/D Performance
universityUtrecht University, NL; Department of Information and Computing Sciences
programmeArtificial Intelligence
credits44 ects
graduatedJuly 2020
my rolessecond examiner

Student: M. van Tooren

thesisLarge scope device recognition by power usage for crownstones: An investigation of existing methods and their limits
externalAlmende
universityUtrecht University, NL; Department of Information and Computing Sciences
programmeGame and Media Technology
credits40 ects
my rolessecond examiner

Student: D. Knoope

thesisLearning Classification-DBNs from data
externalde Volksbank
universityUtrecht University, NL; Department of Information and Computing Sciences
programmeComputing Science
credits40 ects
graduated August 2019
my rolessecond supervisor & examiner

Student: S. Both

thesisDeep learning model for clustering heterogeneous data: Case study of recognizing booking behavior for a major airline
externalKLM
universityUtrecht University, NL; Department of Information and Computing Sciences
programmeComputing Science
credits40 ects
graduated July 2019
my rolessecond examiner

Student: J. van Dulst

thesisDiscretisation in the context of (non)-monotonicity.
universityUtrecht University, NL; Department of Information and Computing Sciences
programmeArtificial Intelligence
credits45 ects
graduatedFebruary 2019
my rolesprimary supervisor & first examiner

Student: R.H. Wuijts

thesisInvestigation of the Traveling Thief Problem
universityUtrecht University, NL; Department of Information and Computing Sciences
programmeComputing Science
credits40 ects
graduated June 2018
my rolessecond examiner

Student: M. de Wachter

thesisOn the errors introduced by the naive Bayes independence assumption
universityUtrecht University, NL; Department of Information and Computing Sciences
programmeArtificial Intelligence
credits45 ects
graduated June 2018
my rolesprimary supervisor & first examiner

Student: P. Geels

thesisReuse of Bayesian Networks: A Case-study in Classical and African Swine Fever
universityUtrecht University, NL; Department of Information and Computing Sciences
programmeComputing Science
credits40 ects
graduated April 2018
my rolessecond examiner

Student: T. Koppenberg

thesisSensitivity analysis in hybrid Bayesian networks
universityUtrecht University, NL; Department of Information and Computing Sciences
programmeArtificial Intelligence
credits45 ects
graduated November 2017
my rolesprimary supervisor & first examiner

Student: R. van Rooij

thesisGaining insight in the solution space of the MPE problem when changing evidence or parameter values
universityUtrecht University, NL; Department of Information and Computing Sciences
programmeComputing Science
credits40 ects
graduated November 2015
my rolesprimary supervisor & first examiner

Student: J. van Leersum

thesisExplaining the reasoning of Bayesian networks with intermediate nodes and clusters
universityUtrecht University, NL; Department of Information and Computing Sciences
programmeTechnical Artificial Intelligence
credits45 ects
graduated June 2015
my rolesprimary supervisor & first examiner

Student: M. van de Burgwal

thesisTreecost-based preprocessing algorithm for probabilistic networks
universityUtrecht University, NL; Department of Information and Computing Sciences
programmeTechnical Artificial Intelligence
credits45 ects
graduated March 2015
my rolessecond examiner

Student: V. Doshi

thesisValidation of Bayesian networks with a case study on fingerprint general patterns
externalNetherlands Forensic Institute
universityUtrecht University, NL; Department of Information and Computing Sciences
programmeComputing Science
credits40 ects
graduatedOctober 2013
my rolesprimary supervisor & first examiner

Student: M. Meekes

thesisSensitivity to evidence in probabilistic networks
universityUtrecht University, NL; Department of Information and Computing Sciences
programmeComputing Science
credits40 ects
graduatedOctober 2013
my rolesco-supervisor & first examiner

Student: A. Melchior

thesisData enrichment of spatial databases using ontologies and Bayesian networks
externalGeographical Information Sciences, University of Edinburgh, UK
universityUtrecht University, NL; Department of Information and Computing Sciences
programme(Applied) Computing Science
credits45 ects
graduatedAugust 2013
my rolesco-supervisor & second examiner

Student: R. Bertens

thesisDiscretization of continuous-valued feature variables in naive Bayesian networks
universityUtrecht University, NL; Department of Information and Computing Sciences
programme(Applied) Computing Science
credits45 ects
graduatedJuly 2011
my rolesco-supervisor & examiner

Student: M.T. Rietbergen

thesisRestoring monotonicity in Bayesian networks
universityUtrecht University, NL; Department of Information and Computing Sciences
programmeApplied Computing Science
credits45 ects
graduated2010
my rolesecond examiner

Student: G. Ouwehand

thesisSupporting computer-aided decision making by improving alignment between human experts and probability elicitation instruments
universityUtrecht University, NL; Department of Information and Computing Sciences
programmeContent and Knowledge Engineering
credits45 ects
graduated2010
my rolesco-supervisor & examiner

Student: M. Hermsen

thesisPatronen voor de uitbreiding van een Bayesiaans netwerk voor de diagnose van klassieke varkenspest naar stapelniveau
universityUtrecht University, NL; Department of Information and Computing Sciences
programmeComputer Science (5 year 'doctorandus' programme)
credits30 ects
graduated2007
my rolesco-supervisor & examiner

Student: T. Jellema

thesisParameter tuning
universityUtrecht University, NL; Department of Information and Computing Sciences
programmeAgents and Computational Intelligence
credits45 ects
graduatedAugust 2006
my rolesco-supervisor & examiner

Student: M.P.J.J. Bouw

thesisDE KANSEN GEKEERD Een onderzoek naar de complexiteit van Bayesiaanse Belief Netwerken
externalTNO Defense and Security
universityUniversity of Twente, NL; Faculty of Engineering Technology
programmeCivil Engineering
graduated 2006
my rolesexternal advisor & examiner

Student: F.A. van Kouwen

thesisKwalitatieve modellen voor interactieve milieubeleidsadvisering
externalRIVM
universityUtrecht University, NL; Department of Information and Computing Sciences
programmeComputer Science (5 year 'doctorandus' programme)
credits30 ects
graduated2003
my rolesco-supervisor & examiner

Student: T. Boneh

thesisSupport for Graphical Modelling in Bayesian Network Knowledge Engineering: A Visual Tool for Domain Experts
universityThe University of Melbourne, Australia; Department of Computer Science and Software Engineering
programmeComputer Science
graduated2003
my rolesexternal examiner

Student: J.H. Bolt

thesisKwalitatieve probabilistische netwerken: verhoging van de informativiteit bij non-monotonie
universityUtrecht University, NL; Faculty of Humanities
programmeCognitive Artificial Intelligence
graduated2002
my rolesexternal supervisor & examiner

Student: P. Pardieck

thesisKappa networks: combining kappa calculus with a graphical representation
universityUtrecht University, NL; Faculty of Humanities
programmeCognitive Artificial Intelligence
graduated2001
my rolesexternal supervisor & examiner

Student: M. Tas

thesisVergelijking van κ-waarde-georiënteerde theorieën met het formalisme van de probabilistische netwerken
universityUtrecht University, NL; Faculty of Humanities
programmeCognitive Artificial Intelligence
graduated1998
my rolesexternal examiner

Student: S. Renooij

thesisQualitative probabilistic networks: the binary case
universityUtrecht University, NL; Department of Computer Science
programmeComputer Science (4 year 'doctorandus' programme)
credits21 sp (1 year = 42 sp)
graduatedAugust 1996
my rolesthe MSc student

Experimentation projects (MSc level)


Student: D. Knoope

projectExploring when continuous models outperform discretized variants in a naive Bayes classifier
universityUtrecht University, NL; Department of Information and Computing Sciences
programmeComputing Science
credits7.5 ects
periodSpring 2018
my rolesprimary supervisor & examiner

Student: R. van der Neut

projectUsing discretization in Bayesian networks
universityUtrecht University, NL; Department of Information and Computing Sciences
programmeComputing Science
credits7.5 ects
periodFall 2013
my rolesprimary supervisor & examiner

Student: S. Lopatatzidis

projectParameter tuning: refinements and experiments
universityUtrecht University, NL; Department of Information and Computing Sciences
programmeAgent Technology
credits7.5 ects
period2011-2012
my rolesprimary supervisor & examiner

Research projects (BSc level)


Student: S. Kaufmann

thesisThe effect of social media's filtering algorithms on the emergence of echo chambers
universityUtrecht University, NL; Faculty of Humanities
programmeArtificial Intelligence
credits7.5 ects
my rolesco-supervisor

Student: S. van Hus

thesisArtificial Neural Networks for playing Spades
universityUtrecht University, NL; Faculty of Humanities
programmeArtificial Intelligence
credits7.5 ects
graduated 2020
my rolesprimary supervisor & first examiner

Student: B. van de Sand

thesisModel for human killer sudoku solving
universityUtrecht University, NL; Faculty of Humanities
programmeArtificial Intelligence
credits7.5 ects
graduated2018
my rolessecond examiner

Student: T. Koopman

thesisVan mind map naar Hypothesis Management Framework
universityUtrecht University, NL; Faculty of Humanities
programmeArtificial Intelligence
credits7.5 ects
graduatedJuly 2018
my rolesprimary supervisor & first examiner

Student: I. Majoor

thesisNaive Bayes classifier: normally distributed continuous attributes versus the discretized version of those attributes
universityUtrecht University, NL; Faculty of Humanities
programmeArtificial Intelligence
credits7.5 ects
graduatedJuly 2017
my rolesprimary supervisor & first examiner

Student: M. van Rijthoven

thesisToepasbaarheid van Bayesiaanse netwerken voor cellulaire signaal transductie
universityUtrecht University, NL; Faculty of Humanities
programmeArtificial Intelligence
credits7.5 ects
graduatedJuly 2016
my rolesprimary supervisor & first examiner

Student: A. Super

thesisUsability testing and design of a corporate website
ex/internalITPreneurs
universityUtrecht University, NL; Department of Information and Computing Sciences
programmeInformation Science
credits15 ects
graduatedApril 2013
my rolesprimary supervisor & first examiner