Artificial Intelligence Research and Development

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IOS Press, 2006 - Computers - 318 pages
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"Artificial Intelligence (AI) forms an essential branch of computer science. The field covered by AI is multiform and gathers subjects as various as the engineering of knowledge, the automatic treatment of the language, the training, to quote only some of them. The history of AI knew various periods of evolution passing from periods of doubt at very fertile periods. AI is now in its maturity and did not remain an isolated field of computer science, but approached various fields like statistics, data analysis, linguistics and cognitive psychology or databases. AI is focused on providing solutions to real life problems and is used now in routine in medicine, economics, military or strategy game. This book focuses on subjects including: Machine Learning, Reasoning, Neural Networks, Computer Vision, Planning and Robotics and Multiagent Systems. All the papers collected in this volume would be of interest to any computer scientist or engineer interested in AI."
 

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Contents

Application of Expert Systems in Medicine
7
Support Vector Machines for Color Adjustment in Automotive Basecoat
19
Optimal Extension of Error Correcting Output Codes
28
A Comparative Analysis of Different ClassesInterpretation Support Techniques
37
Learning from Cooperation Using Justifications
48
A Method to Classify Data by Fuzzy Rule Extraction from Imbalanced Datasets
55
Qualitative Induction Trees Applied to the Study of the Financial Rating
64
Tactical Modularity for Evolutionary Animats
71
Proposition of NONProbabilistic Entropy as Reliability Index
137
TwoStep Tracking by Parts Using Multiple Kernels
157
Seat Allocation for Massive Events Based on Region Growing Techniques
179
Planning Under Temporal Uncertainty Indurative Actions
195
Map Building Including Qualitative Reasoning for Aibo Robots
211
Assessing the Aggregation of Parameterized Imprecise Classification
227
Dynamic Electronic Institutions for Humanitarian Aid Simulation
239
Recommendations Using Information from Selected Sources with the ISIRES
258

An Optimization Method for the Data Space Partition Obtained by Classification
80
A General Approach for Qualitative Reasoning Models Based on Intervals
91
Coarse Qualitative Model of 3D Orientation
103
A Qualitative Representation Model About Trajectories in 2D
124
Situation
275
Designing a MultiAgent System to Simulate Scenarios for DecisionMaking
291
Improving Privacy of Recommender Agents by Means of Full Dissociation
308
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