Diese Veranstaltung ergänzt die Vorlesung Formale Sprachen und Automatentheorie im Modul “Theoretische Grundlagen der Informatik”.

Die Veranstaltung gliedert sich in drei Bereiche:

  • Wiederholung der Inhalte aus den Vorlesungen und Übungen mit zusätzlichen oder ausführlicheren Erklärungen
  • Ergänzung des Stoffes mit zusätzlichen Beispielen und Verknüpfung mit praktischen Anwendungen
  • Hilfe bei Schwierigkeiten mit den Hausübungen

Themenwünsche können gerne per E-Mail an den Martin Seybold geäußert werden (oder einfach vorbeikommen).

Termine

Zeit Raum Termine
Fr 14:00–15:30 V7.02 Wöchentlich vom 28.10.16 bis 10.02.17

Außer: 23.12, 30.12, 06.01., TBA

Der Hörsaal befindet sich im Pfaffenwaldring 7. Dieses Gebäude befindet sich gegenüber des Nordausganges des Informatikgebäudes.

Ein Lageplan ist hier zu finden.

Termine und Materialien

Hinweis: Sie benötigen Papier und einen Stift.

28.10. Blatt 1
04.11. Blatt 2
11.11. s.o.
18.11. s.o. + Blatt 3
25.11. s.o.
02.12. s.o. + Blatt 4
09.12. s.o.
16.12. s.o. + alte Klausuraufgaben
13.01. Blatt 5 (Beginn potentiell verspätet)
20.01. keine Vortragsübung: Praktikum als Selbststudium GAP Automata
27.01. alte Klausuraufgaben ?
03.02. alte Klausuraufgaben ?
10.02. LL(1) Grammatiken, first Mengen, die kontextfreie Sprache LOOP in V7.02
Compilerbau LOOP-Compiler-Vorlage

News

[Nov’18] Our paper on regret minimization has been accepted at AAAI 2019 (acceptance rate 16.2%)!

[Oct’18] Our paper on alternative route planning for bicycles has been accepted at ALENEX 2019!

[Apr’18] Martin has successfully defended his Ph.D. thesis. Congratulations!

[Jan’18] The journal version of our paper on k-hop path covers will receive a publication award from our university!

[Nov’17] Our paper on a theoretical explanation for several speed-up techniques for route computation has been accepted at AAAI 2018!

[Oct’17] Thomas’ paper on area preserving map simplification has been accepted at ALENEX 2018!

[May’17] Daniel’s and Martin’s paper on rational points on the unit sphere has been accepted at ISSAC 2017!

[Apr’17] Our paper on personalized route planning with dynamic approximation guarantees has been accepted at SEA 2017!

[Jan’17] Martin’s paper on map matching has been accepted at SIAM SDM 2017!

[Nov’16] Our paper on simultaneous maze solving has been accepted at AAAI 2017.

[Okt’16] Two papers, one on growing balls (!), the other on map simplification will be presented at ALENEX 2017.

[Sep’16] Our paper on Deducing Individual Driving Preferences has been accepted at the 24th ACM SIGSPATIAL GIS 2016.

[Feb’16] Our paper on placing loading stations for EVs has been accepted at ICAPS 2016.

[Jul’15] Paper about our GeoSearch Engine OSCAR at the 16th Int. Conf on Web Information Systems Engineering (WISE)!

[Jun’15] We feel very honored to have our VLDB’14 paper almost verbatimly reproduced in the ‘prestigous’ journal IJSETR, see here. Yeah! 😉

[Feb’15] We were lucky to receive a Google Research Award for research on personalized route planning!

[Sep’14] Our paper “On k-Path Covers and their Applications” has received a Best Paper Award at the 40th Int. Conference on Very Large Databases (VLDB) in Hangzhou (5 out of 139 accepted out of 695 submitted papers).

[Sep’14] Our paper on “Energy-efficient Routing: Taking Speed into Account” has received a Best Paper Award at the 37th German Conference on Artificial Intelligence (KI).

[Jul’14] Our paper “Placement of Loading Stations for Electric Vehicles: No Detours Necessary!” has received a Honorable Mention at the 28th AAAI Conference on Artificial Intelligence (AAAI) in Quebec City (5 nominated out of 398 accepted out of 1406 submitted papers).

[Mar’14] Our StuPro-Team has completed their great “SchulScheduler” project.

[Nov’13] Jochen has defended his PhD thesis and moved on to TomTom.

[Feb’13] Sabine has defended her PhD thesis (already in Dec’12) and received the INFOS award for best CS PhD thesis in 2012!

[Mar’12] Our paper Path Shapes - An Alternative Method for Map Matching and Fully Autonomous Self-Localization presented at GIS 2011 has received the Best Paper Award, also see the ACM SIGSPATIAL newsletter.