Advances in Artificial Intelligence: 14th Brazilian Symposium on Artificial Intelligence, SBIA'98 Porto Alegre, Brazil, November 4-6, 1998, Proceedings (Google eBook)

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Flavio M. de Oliveira
Springer Science & Business Media, Oct 14, 1998 - Computers - 258 pages
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The Brazilian Symposium on Artificial Intelligence (SBIA) has been organized by the Interest Group on Artificial Intelligence of the Brazilian Computer Society (SBC) since 1984. In order to promote research in Artificial Intelligence and scientific interaction among Brazilian AI researchers and practitioners, and with their counterparts worldwide, it is being organized as an international forum since 1993. The SBIA proceedings have been published by Springer-Verlag as a part of the Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence (LNAI) series since 1995. The XIVth SBIA, held in 1998 at the PUCRS Campus in Porto Alegre, has maintained the international tradition and standards previously established: 61 papers were submitted and reviewed by an international program committee, from this number, 26 papers were accepted and are included in this volume. Of course, organizing an event such as SBIA demands a lot of group effort. We would like to thank and congratulate all the program committee members, and the many reviewers, for their work in reviewing and commenting on the submitted papers. We would also like to thank the Pontifical Catholic University of Rio Grande do Sul, host of the XIV SBIA, and the institutions which sponsored it - CNPq, CAPES, BANRISUL, among others. Last but not least, we want to thank all the kind people of the Local Organizing Committee, whose work made the event possible.
  

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Contents

A Preliminary DependenceBased Analysis
1
An Autonomous Agent Architecture and the Locomotion Problem
11
Building ObjectAgents from a Software MetaArchitecture
21
Agents Programming from a Mental States Framework
31
The Component Based Model of the Control Knowledge in an Intelligent Tutoring Shell
40
Modelling the MCOE Tutor Using a Computational Model
50
From a Tridemensional View of Domain Knowledge to Multiagent Tutoring System
61
A Transfer Dictionary for Words and Bigrams
73
On the Relations between Acceptable Programs and Stratifiable Classes
141
An Adaptation of Dynamic Slicing Techniques for Logic Programming
151
Argumentative and Cooperative Multiagent System for Extended Logic Programming
161
Modelling Credulity and Skepticism through Plausibility Measures
171
Fuzzy Temporal Categorical and Intensity Information in Diagnosis
181
Experiments on a Memory Structure Supporting Creative Design
191
Real Time Variable Precision Logic Systems
201
Strong Conditional Logic
209

Integrating Morphological Syntactical and Semantical Aspects through MultiAgent Cooperation
83
A Massively Parallel Architecture for Natural Language Parsing Some Results
93
Put the User in the Loop
101
Redundant Covering with Global Evaluation in the RC1 Inductive Learner
111
Towards Integrating Hierarchical Censored Production RuleHCPR Based Systems and Neural Networks
121
GoalDirected Reinforcement Learning Using Variable Learning Rate
131
Computing Aesthetics
219
Manipulator Robots Using PartialOrder Planning
229
Creating Bridges to Creativity
239
Scheduling to Reduce Uncertainty in Syntactical Music Structures
249
Author Index
259
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