Tom Ameloot

I am a member of the research group Databases and Theoretical Computer Science at Hasselt University (Belgium).

Learning, neurons

Publications:

  • T.J. Ameloot, J. Van den Bussche. Positive Neural Networks in Discrete Time Implement Monotone-Regular Behaviors. Neural Computation, December 2015, Vol. 27, No. 12 , Pages 2623-2660. (pdf)

Reports:

  • T.J. Ameloot, J. Van den Bussche. Learning with Value-Ramp. (2016, arXiv)

Database theory, cloud computing

Publications:

  • T.J. Ameloot, J. Van den Bussche, W.R. Marczak, P. Alvaro, J.M. Hellerstein. Putting logic-based distributed systems on stable grounds. Theory and Practice of Logic Programming.
  • T.J. Ameloot, B. Ketsman, F. Neven, D. Zinn. Weaker Forms of Monotonicity for Declarative Networking: a more fine-grained answer to the CALM-conjecture. In Proceedings of the 33rd ACM Symposium on Principles of Database Systems, 2014. (pdf, full version to appear in ACM Transactions on Database Systems)
  • T.J. Ameloot. Deciding Correctness with Fairness for Simple Transducer Networks. In Proceedings of the 17th International Conference on Database Theory, 2014. Selected for Best Student Paper Award. (pdf; the full version appears in ACM Transactions on Database Systems)
  • T.J. Ameloot, J. Van den Bussche, E. Waller. On the expressive power of update primitives. In Proceedings of the 32nd ACM Symposium on Principles of Database Systems, 2013. (ACM)
  • T.J. Ameloot, J. Van den Bussche. On the CRON Conjecture. Datalog 2.0, 2012, Vienna. (Springer; pdf; full version, appears in Journal of Computer and System Sciences)
  • T.J. Ameloot, J. Van den Bussche. Deciding Eventual Consistency for a Simple Class of Relational Transducer Networks. In Proceedings of the 15th International Conference on Database Theory, 2012. (ACM; pdf; full version, appears in a special issue of Theory of Computing Systems, November 2015, Volume 57, Issue 4, pages 1038-1111)
  • T.J. Ameloot, F. Neven, J. Van den Bussche. Relational transducers for declarative networking. In Proceedings of the 30th ACM Symposium on Principles of Database Systems, 2011. (ACM; pdf; full version, appears in Journal of the ACM april 2013)

Reports:

  • T.J. Ameloot. PhD Dissertation, Declarative Networking: Models and Conjectures, 12 June 2013. (pdf)

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