Current Topics in Artificial Intelligence: 12th Conference of the Spanish Association for Artificial Intelligence, CAEPIA 2007, Salamanca, Spain, November 12-16, 2007, Selected Papers

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Springer Science & Business Media, Nov 7, 2007 - Computers - 280 pages
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This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 12th Conference of the Spanish Association for Artificial Intelligence, CAEPIA 2007, held in Salamanca, Spain, in November 2007, in conjunction with the 7th Workshop on Artificial Intelligence Technology Transfer, TTIA 2007.

The 28 revised full papers presented address all current issues of artificial intelligence ranging from methodological and foundational aspects to advanced applications in various fields.

 

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Contents

Fast and Informed Action Selection for Planning with Sensing
1
Stacking Dynamic Time Warping for the Diagnosis of Dynamic Systems
11
Retrieval of Relevant Concepts from a Text Collection
21
Interoperable Bayesian Agents for Collaborative Learning Environments
31
Knowledge Engineering and Planning for the Automated Synthesis of Customized Learning Designs
40
On the Initialization of TwoStage Clustering with ClassGTM
50
Application to Electron Cryotomography
60
A MiddleWare for the Automated Composition and Invocation of Semantic Web Services Based on Temporal HTN Planning Techniques
70
Mixed Narrative and Dialog Content Planning Based on BDI Agents
150
Structural Analysis for Improving the Derivation of All MUSes in Overconstrained Numeric CSPs
160
Interest Point Detectors for Visual SLAM
170
An Evolutionary Approach
180
Finiteness Properties of Some Families of GPTrees
190
A Case Study in FAO of the UN
200
A Logic for Order of Magnitude Reasoning with Negligibility Noncloseness and Distance
210
A Solution to the Rural Postman Problem Based on Artificial Ant Colonies
220

A Multiobjective Approach to Fuzzy Job Shop Problem Using Genetic Algorithms
80
An Alternative to Extract Explanation from Bagging
90
Ranking Attributes Using Learning of Preferences by Means of SVM
100
Improving HLRTAk
110
Sliding Mode Control of a Wastewater Plant with Neural Networks and Genetic Algorithms
120
Efficient Pruning of Operators in Planning Domains
130
Heuristics for Planning with Action Costs
140
Olive Fly Infestation Prediction Using Machine Learning Techniques
229
Feature Selection Based on Sensitivity Analysis
239
Fitness Function Comparison for GABased Feature Construction
249
Generation of OWL Ontologies from Concept Maps in Shallow Domains
259
Effectiveness Study of Lexically Mapping Two Thesauri
268
Author Index
278
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LUIS CASTILLO is arguably the most famous bat boy in Yankees history. He worked with the team during their recent glory years, 1998-2005, and he was with the Yankees during World Series games in 1998-2001, and 2003 (three championships). Luis traveled on the road with them, went to spring training with them, and even vacationed with them. In fact, Luis is the most experienced and savvy Yankees bat boy and clubhouse attendant, with players welcoming him into their lives as if he were a part of their family. Castillo has appeared on TV both as translator for players and for his work on the field, and numerous stories have been written about him in the "New York Times" and other papers. During his years with the team he observed players at their best and at their worst. Nicknamed "Squeegee" by Derek Jeter, his name was chanted by fans when he stepped onto the field.