Research and development in intelligent systems XIX: proceedings of ES2002, the twenty-second SGAI International Conference on Knowledge Based Systems and Applied Artificial Intelligence
Max A. Bramer, Alun Preece, Frans Coenen, British Computer Society. Specialist Group on Artificial Intelligence
Springer, Jan 1, 2003 - Computers - 466 pages
The papers in this volume are the refereed technical papers presented at ES 2002, the Twenty-second SGAI International Conference on Knowledge Based Systems and Applied Artificial Intelligence, held in Cambridge in December 2002. The papers in this volume present new and innovative developments in the field, divided into sections on Machine Learning, Knowledge Representation and Reasoning, Knowledge Acquisition, Constraint Satisfaction and Scheduling, and Natural Language Processing. This is the nineteenth volume in the Research and Development series. The series is essential reading for those who wish to keep up to date with developments in this important field. The Application Stream papers are published as a companion volume under the title Applications and Innovations in Intelligent Systems X.
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