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Adrian Haret

TISS: Adrian Haret

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About me

My interests lie in Belief Change, Abstract Argumentation and Social Choice Theory, and the interaction between them.


I have a Bachelor's in Theoretical Philosophy (2010) from the Faculty of Philosophy at the University of Bucharest, in Romania, followed up by Master's in the Philosophy of Science (2012) from the same institution.

In 2014 I completed the European Master's in Computational Logic (EMCL) under the supervision of Stefan Woltran and Stefan Rümmele, with stints at TU Dresden, FU Bolzano and TU Wien.

I have been a Project Assistant within the Fragment-Driven Belief Change project at TU Wien from October 2014, and joined the LogiCS DK at TU Wien in May 2015.

My advisors are Stefan Woltran and Thomas Eiter.


For a dblp record of my publications, see dblp.

Conference papers

Adrian Haret, Andreas Pfandler, Stefan Woltran.
Beyond IC Postulates: Classification Criteria for Merging Operators. ECAI 2016: 372-380

Adrian Haret, Jean-Guy Mailly, Stefan Woltran.
Distributing Knowledge into Simple Bases. IJCAI 2016: 1109-1115

Jérôme Delobelle, Adrian Haret, Sébastien Konieczny, Jean-Guy Mailly, Julien Rossit, Stefan Woltran.
Merging of Abstract Argumentation Frameworks. KR 2016: 33-42

Adrian Haret, Stefan Rümmele, Stefan Woltran.
Merging in the Horn Fragment. IJCAI 2015: 3041-3047

Martin Diller, Adrian Haret, Thomas Linsbichler, Stefan Rümmele, Stefan Woltran.
An Extension-Based Approach to Belief Revision in Abstract Argumentation. IJCAI 2015: 2926-2932

Adrian Haret, Stefan Rümmele, and Stefan Woltran.
Merging in the Horn Fragment. DBAI Technical Report, DBAI-TR-2015-91, 2015.

Master's thesis

Adrian Haret.
Merging in the Horn fragment. TU Wien, Master's thesis, 121 pages, 2014.

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