Ecai 2004: Proceedings of the 16th European Conference on Artificial Intelligence

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Ramon López de Mántaras, Lorenza Saitta
IOS Press, Jan 1, 2004 - Computers - 1152 pages
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This is the Golden Age for Artificial Intelligence. The world is becoming increasingly automated and wired together. This also increases the opportunities for AI to help people and commerce. Almost every sub field of AI had now been used in substantial applications. Some of the fields highlighted in this publication are: CBR Technology; Model Based Systems; Data Mining and Natural Language Techniques. Not only does this publication show the activities, capabilities and accomplishments of the sub fields, it also focuses on what is happening across the field as a whole.
  

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Contents

Agreements Without Disagreements Samir Aknine and Philippe Caillou
3
Negotiating the Distribution of Obligations with Sanctions among Autonomous Agents Guido Boella
13
GameTheoretic Agent Programming in Golog Alberto Finzi and Thomas Lukasiewicz
23
The KGP Model of Agency Antonis C Kakas Paolo Mancarella Fariba Sadri Kostas Stathis and Francesco Toni
33
Diagnosability Analysis of Distributed Discrete Event Systems Yannick Pencole
43
Automatic Verification of Deontic Interpreted Systems by Model Checking via OBDDs Franco Raimondi
53
Searching for Semantic Web Content Valentino Tamma Ian Blacoe Ben Lithgow Smith
63
Expectation Reasoning Using Regret and Disappointment Blnh Vii Trdn James Harland and Margaret
74
Utilizing Volatile External Information During Planning TszChiu Au Dana Nan and V S Subrahmanian
647
Interleaving Execution and Planning for Nondeterministic Partially Observable Domains Piergiorgio
657
Planning with Numerical Expressions in LPG Alfonso Gerevini Alessandro Saetti and Ivan Serina
667
Assessing the Bias of Classical Planning Strategies on MakespanOptimizing Scheduling Federico Pecora
677
Improving the Initialization and Repair Heuristics to Effectively Solve the Pickup and Delivery Problems
688
Flexible Demand Assignment Problem Fan Wang Andrew Lim and Hong Chen
698
Prestigious Applications of Intelligent Systems PAIS
705
A Portal for Publishing Museum Collections on the Semantic Web Eero Hyvonen Samppa Saarela
715

Algorithms for Distributed Exploration Thomas Walker Daniel Kudenko and Malcolm Sirens
84
InstanceBased Prediction with Guaranteed Confidence Eyke HUllermeier
97
Applying Affective Tactics for a Better Learning Patricia Augustin Jaques Rosa Maria Vicari Sylvie Pesty
109
Forming Odour Categories Using an Electronic Nose Amy Loutfi and Silvia Coradeschi
119
Reasoning about Emotional Agents JohnJules Ch Meyer
129
A Case Study of Revisiting BestFirst vs DepthFirst Search Andreas Auer and Hermann Kaindl
141
Adversarial Constraint Satisfaction by GameTree Search Kenneth N Brown James Little PaidiJ Creed
151
Quantified Constraint Satisfaction and Bounded Treewidth Hubie Chen
161
A Constraint Modelling Pattern Alan M Frisch
171
Constrained Pure Nash Equilibria in Graphical Games Gianluigi Greco and Francesco Scarcello
181
An Effective BranchandBound Algorithm to Solve the kLongest Common Subsequence Problem
191
A Study of the Accuracy of Heuristic Functions Carlos Linares Lopez
201
Tractable Symmetry Breaking Using Restricted Search Trees Colva M RoneyDougal Ian P Gent
211
Guiding a Theorem Prover with Soft Constraints John Slaney Arnold Binas and David Price
221
Uncertain Linear Constraints Nic Wilson
231
Generation of Desired Emergent Behavior in Swarm of MicroRobots Sergey Komienko Olga Komienko
239
Control of a Hydroforming Press with Bayesian Networks Rainer Deventer Heinrich Niemann
251
Knowledge Representation
257
A ConstraintBased
263
Goal Specification in Presence of NonDeterministic Actions China Baral andJicheng Zhao
273
The Mereology of Stages and Persistent Entities Thomas Bittner and Maureen Donnelly
283
Analysis of Design Process Dynamics Tibor Bos se Catholijn Jonker and Jan Treur
293
A Rank Based Description Language for Qualitative Preferences Gerhard Brewka
303
Fundamental Issues of Aesthetic Knowledge Representation Maiteo Cristani and Francesco Bellomi
313
Generating Random Bayesian Networks with Constraints on Induced Width Jaime S Ide Fabio G Cozman
323
SimilarityBased Ontology Alignment in OWLLite Jerome Euzenat and Petko Valtchev
333
A Semantics for Abstraction Chiara Ghidini and Fausto Giunchiglia
343
Reasoning in Description Logics with a Concrete Domain in the Framework of Resolution Ullrich Hustadt
353
Representing Knowledge about Norms Daniel Kayser and Farid Nouioua
363
Gene Network Modeling through SemiFixed Bayesian Network TieFei Liu WingKin Sung and Ankush
373
Efficient and Secure Collaborative Filtering through Intelligent Neighbour Selection Michael P OMahony
383
Towards a finegrained methodology for Distributed Looselycontrolled and evolvInG
393
Representing Natural Kinds by Spatial Inclusion and Containment Stefan Schulz and Udo Hahn
403
Explaining the Result of a Decision Tree to the EndUser Isabelle Alvarez
411
Outlier Detection Using Disjunctive Logic Programming Fabrizio Angiitlli Rachel BenEIiyahuZohary
416
Learning Complex and Sparse Events in Long Sequences Marco Botta Vgo Galassi and Attilio Giordano
425
Comparing Conceptual Divisive and Agglomerative Clustering for Learning Taxonomies from Text
435
Learning Qualitative Metabolic Models G M Coghill S M Garrelt andR D King
445
Face Recognition Using Novel LDABased Algorithms Guang Dai and Yuntao Qian
455
Learning in Bidimensional Text Categorization Giorgio Maria Di
465
Learning Techniques for Automatic Algorithm Portfolio Selection Alessio Guerri and Michela Milano
475
KnowledgeBased Selection of Association Rules for Texl Mining Dietmar Janetzko Hacene Cherfi Roman
485
Bias Windowing for Relalional Learning Frederic Koriche
495
Adaptive Discriminative Generative Model for Object Tracking RueiSung Lin MingHsuan Yang
505
Voted CoTraining for Bootstrapping Sense Classifiers Rada Mihaicea
515
Visual Learning by Set Covering Machine with Efficienl Feature Selection Hiroki Nomiya and Kuniaki
525
TimeIndependent RuleBased Guideline Induction DavidRiano
535
Combining Multiple Answers for Learning Mathematical Structures from Visual Observation Paulo
544
Avatars That Learn How To Behave Adam Szarowicz and Paolo Remagnino
554
Growing Self Organizing Map for Sequences Clustering and Classification Farida
564
Automatic Discovery of Translation Collocations from Bilingual Corpora Sergio Barrachina and Juan
571
Improvements on Automatic Word Codification for Connectionist Machine Translation Gustavo A Casan
576
FiniteState Models for Computer Assisted Translation Elsa Cubel Jorge Civera Juan M Vilar Antonio L
586
An Application of Lexicalized Grammars in EnglishPersian Translation Heshaam Feili and Gholamreza
596
WordNet Sits the S A T A KnowledgeBased Approach to Lexical Analogy Tony Veale
606
LikelyAdmissible and SubSymbolic Heuristics Marco Ernandes and Marco Gori
613
Towards Efficient Learning of Neural Network Ensembles from Arbitrarily Large Datasets Kang Peng
623
Artificial Agents Personhood in Law and Philosophy Samir Chopra and Laurence White
635
A Platform for CrossLingual Domain and I ser Adaptive Web Information Extraction Vangelis
725
A System for Pacemaker Treatment Advice Peter Lucas Ruud Kuipers and Frederick Feith
735
SmartCare Automated Clinical Guidelines in Critical Care Stefan Mersmann and Michel Doat
745
Decentralised Rotation Planning for Container Barges Martijn Schut Michael Kentrop Mark
755
A Soft Computing Technique Applied to Industrial Catalysis S Valero E Argente J M Setra P Serna
765
Paraconsistent Preferential Reasoning by Signed Quantified Boolean Formulae Ofer Arieli
773
A General Recursive Schema for Argumentation Semantics Pietro Baroni and Massimiliano Giacomin
783
A Unifying Semantics for Belief Change Richard Booth Samir Chopra Thomas Meyer and Aditya Ghose
793
A Unit ResolutionBased Approach to Tractable and Paraconsistent Reasoning Sylvie CasteMarquis
803
Elimination of Spurious Explanations Gerhard Friedrich
813
Representing Beliefs in the Fluent Calculus YiJin and Michael Thielscher
823
Introducing Alias Information into ModelBased Debugging Daniel Kob and Franz Wotawa
833
Debugging Program Loops Using Approximate Modeling Wolfgang Mayer and Markus Stumptner
843
Plausibility Structures for Default Reasoning Yves Moinard
853
A Qualitative Theory for Shape Representation and Matching for Design Lledo Museros and M Teresa
862
A Fuzzy Approach to Temporal ModelBased Diagnosis for Intensive Care Units Jose Palma Jose M
868
Iterated Belief Change and Exogenous Actions in the Situation Calculus Steven Shapiro and Maurice
878
Consistency and Constrained Optimisation for Conditional Preferences Nic Wilson
888
A Robot Task Planner that Merges Symbolic and Geometric Reasoning Stephane Cambon Fabien Gravol
895
Active Learning for Robot Manipulation Antonio Morales Eris Chinellato Andrew H Fagg and Angel
905
AttentionDriven PartsBased Object Detection llkka Autio andJ T Lindgren
917
A ContextBased Model of Attention Niek Bergboer Eric Postma andJaap van den Herik
927
A Reality Check Katerina Pastra and Yorick Wilks
937
Distributed Reasoning in a PeertoPeer Setting P Adjiman P Chatalic F Goasdoue M C Roussef
945
A Declarative Characterisation of Disjunctive Paraconsistent Answer Sets Joao Alcantara Carlos Viegas
951
Optimal Brain Surgeon Variants for Optimization Mohammed Attik Laurent Bougrain and Frederic
957
Preferences for Queries in a Mediator Approach Alain Bidault Sarah Cohen Boulakia and Christine
963
On Multiclass Active Learning with Support Vector Machines Klaus Brinker
969
A Uniform TableauxBased Method for Concept Abduction and Contraction in Description Logics
975
An Analysis of Similarity and Diversity in Web Search Maurice
981
Adapting LPGP to Plan with Deadlines Stephen Cres swell and Alexandra Coddington
983
Dynamical Teams of Genetic Predictors Michael DefoinPlatel Manuel Clergue and Philippe Collard
989
Miss Scarlett in the Ballroom with the Lead Piping Clare Dixon
995
Context Dependence in Multiagent Resource Allocation Paul E Dunne
1001
Empirical Evaluation of the Effects of Concept Complexity on Generalization Error Roberto Esposito
1009
Application to Assistant Robotics Cipriano
1015
A Spatial Logic of Betweenness Mehmet Giritli
1021
Dynamic Skeleton Based Wayfinding Hans Guesgen and Paul Shotbolt
1027
Utilizing Structured Representations and CSPs in Conformant Probabilistic Planning Nathanael Hyafil
1033
Temporal Plan Interdependencies Katharina Kaiser and Silvia Miksch
1039
A Troubleshooting Approach w ith Dependent Actions Eylem Koca and Taner Bilgif 043
1045
Qualitative Modelling of Planar Robots Honghai Liu and George M Coghill
1051
Embodied Conversational Agents and Influences Vincent Maya Myriam Lamolle and Catherine Pelachaud
1057
Mapping Clinical Guidelines Representation Primitives to Decision Theory Concepts Stefania Montani
1063
Synthesizing and Controlling Complex Robust Robot Behaviors Benoit Morisset Guillaume
1067
Adaptive Multilingual Named Entity Recognition in Web Pages Georgios Pefasis Vangelis Karkaletsis
1073
An Approach for an Autonomous Driving System RalfRegele
1079
Symbolic Models for Diagnosing DiscreteEvent Systems Anika Schumann Yannick Pencole
1085
Kernel Machine Based Feature Extraction Algorithms for Regression Problems Csaba Szepesvdri
1091
Configuration of Veb Services as Parametric Design Annette ten Teije Frank van Harmelen and
1097
A Qualitative Representation of Trajectory Pairs Nico Van de Weghe Anthony G Cohn and Philippe
1104
Soft Constraints with Partially Ordered Preferences Nic Wilson
1111
Topological Visual Localization Using Decentralized Galois Lattices Emmanuel Zenou Malik Ghallab
1117
Myth Busting and Bridge Building Carole Goble and David De Roure
1129
Adding Intelligence to Virtual Reality Seppo Laukkanen Ilkka Karanta Ville Kotovirta Jussi Markkanen
1136
Autonomous CacheProvision Agreement for Scalability of Directory Facilitator in MAS Abdul Ghafoor
1145
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