Research and Development in Intelligent Systems XXI: Proceedings of AI-2004, the Twenty-fourth SGAI International Conference on Innovative Techniques and Applications of Artificial Intelligence

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Frans Coenen, Tony Allen
Springer Science & Business Media, Dec 24, 2007 - Computers - 344 pages
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M.A.BRAMER University of Portsmouth, UK This volume comprises the refereed technical papers presented at AI-2004, the Twenty-fourth SGAI International Conference on Innovative Techniques and Applications of Artificial Intelligence, held in Cambridge in December 2004. The conference was organised by SGAI, the British Computer Society Specialist Group on Artificial Intelligence. The papers in this volume present new and innovative developments in the field, divided into sections on AI Techniques I and II, CBR and Recommender Systems, Ontologies, Intelligent Agents and Scheduling Systems, Knowledge Discovery in Data and Spatial Reasoning and Image Recognition. This year's prize for the best refereed technical paper was won by a paper entitled Extracting Finite Structure from Infinite Language by T. McQueen, A. A. Hopgood, T. J. Allen and J. A. Tepper (School of Computing & Informatics, Nottingham Trent University, UK). SGAI gratefully acknowledges the long-term sponsorship of Hewlett-Packard Laboratories (Bristol) for this prize, which goes back to the 1980s. This is the twenty-first volume in the Research and Development series. The Application Stream papers are published as a companion volume under the title Applications and Innovations in Intelligent Systems XII. On behalf of the conference organising committee I should like to thank all those who contributed to the organisation of this year's technical programme, in particular the programme committee members, the executive programme committee and our administrators Linsay Turbert and Collette Jackson.
 

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Contents

Extracting Finite Structure from Infinite Language
3
AI TECHNIQUES I
18
Modelling Shared Extended Mind and Collective Representational Content
19
The Harder You Try the Worse it Gets
33
Managing ontology versions with a distributed blackboard architecture
44
An Ontology Search Engine
58
CBR AND RECOMMENDER SYSTEMS
72
Case Based Adaptation Using Interpolation over Nominal Values
73
A Bargaining Agent aims to Play Fair
173
Resource Allocation in Communication Networks Using MarketBased Agents
187
Are Ordinal Representations Effective?
201
A Framework for Hybrid Planning
214
KNOWLEDGE DISCOVERY IN DATA
230
Towards Symbolic Data Mining in Numerical Time Series
231
Support Vector Machines of Intervalbased Features for Time Series Classification
244
Neighbourhood Exploitation in Hypertext Categorization
258

Automating the Discovery of Recommendation Rules
87
Incremental Critiquing
101
AI TECHNIQUES II
115
A TreebankBased Case Role Annotation Using an Attributed String Matching
117
A combinatorial approach to conceptual graph projection checking
130
Implementing Policy Management through BDI
144
Exploiting Causal Independence in Large Bayesian Networks
157
INTELLIGENT AGENTS AND SCHEDULING SYSTEMS
172
Using Background Knowledge to Construct Bayesian Classifiers for DataPoor Domains
269
SPATIAL REASONING IMAGE RECOGNITION AND HYPERCUBES
283
Interactive Selection of Visual Features through Reinforcement Learning
285
Imprecise Qualitative Spatial Reasoning
299
Reasoning with Geometric Information in Digital Space
313
On Disjunctive Representations of Distributions and Randomization
327
AUTHOR INDEX
341
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