Artificial Intelligence: Methodology, Systems, and Applications
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BeschreibungSince 1984, the Arti?cial Intelligence: Methodology, Systems, and Appli- tions (AIMSA) conference series has provided a biennial forum for the pres- tation of arti?cial intelligence research and development. The conference covers the full range of topics in AI and related disciplines and provides an ideal - rumforinternationalscienti?cexchangebetweencentral/easternEuropeandthe rest of the world. The AIMSA conferences were previously chaired by Wolfgang Bibel, Tim O'Shea, Philippe Jorrand,Ben du Boulay, Allan Ramsay and Fausto Giunchiglia. AIMSA 2000 is sponsored by ECCAI, the European Coordinating Committee for Arti?cial Intelligence. The AIMSA 2000 call for papers suggested that authors focus on Web p- cessing: knowledge construction from the Web, agents and communication l- guages, Web-based documents and interfaces, distance learning and electronic commerce. The importance of the conference for AI, and computer science - search in general, was re?ected by the presence of 60 quali?ed papers, out of which 34 were selected for publication by the Program Committee. Each paper was submitted to at least two independent referees and, in order to be accepted, had to be accepted by at least two of them. The high percentage of the accepted papers re?ects the autonomy of the Program Committee members, who judged that more than 50% of the contributions were worth publishing in the Proce- ings. Most rejected paperswerenot consideredofa lowscienti?c quality,but the Program Committee members judged that the required revisions on the texts could not be completed in the time required to allow editing of the paper before the ?nal presentation.
InhaltsverzeichnisKnowledge Construction.- Dynamic Knowledge Representation and Its Applications.- Using Consensus Methods for Determining the Representation of Expert Informationin Distributed Systems.- Drafting and Validating Regulations: The Inevitable Use of Intelligent Tools.- Steps towards C+C: A Language for Interactions.- Reasoning under Certainty.- Efficient Reasoning Using the Local Closed-World Assumption.- Least Generalization under Relative Implication.- Theorem Proving for Constructive ?-Calculus.- Reasoning under Uncertainty.- Classification with Belief Decision Trees.- A Temporal Many-Valued Logic for Real Time Control Systems.- Propositional Contexts.- Best Paper Award.- An Alternative Approach to Dependency-Recording Engines in Consistency-Based Diagnosis.- Actors, Agents.- An Open Approach to Distribution, Awareness and Cooperative Work.- How to Schedule a Job Shop Problem through Agent Cooperation.- Revisable Analysis and Design throughout Actors Interaction.- Simulation and Multi-agent Environment for Aircraft Maintenance Learning.- Web, Mining.- Improving WWW Access - from Single-Purpose Systems to Agent Architectures?.- A General Architecture for Finding Structural Regularities on the Web.- Web Personalization Using Extended Boolean Operations with Latent Semantic Indexing.- Natural Language.- What Did He Mean by That?.- Integration of Resources and Components in a Knowledge-Based Web-Environment for Terminology Learning.- Maintaining a Jointly Constructed Student Model.- Metaphor Processing for Learning Terminology on the Web.- Development of Lexico-Grammar Resources for Natural Language Generation (Experience from AGILE Project).- Handling Diphthong and Triphone Symbols: Useful in Automatic English Text Generation from Pitman Shorthand Language Document.- Complexity and Optimization.- Complexity Issues in the Davis and Putnam Scheme.- Combining Local Search and Constraint Propagation to Find a Minimal Change Solution for a Dynamic CSP.- Fuzzy, Neural.- Construction of Efficient Rulesets from Fuzzy Data through Simulated Annealing.- Fuzzy-Neural Models for Real-Time Identification and Control of a Mechanical System.- A Neural Network Tool to Organize Large Document Sets.- User Authentication via Neural Network.- Learning.- Applying Preference Biases to Conjunctive and Disjunctive Version Spaces.- Coverage-Based Semi-distance between Horn Clauses.- Supervised Classification for the Triple Parity Strings.- Effective Iris Recognition System by Optimized Feature Vectors and Classifier.- Invited Papers.- Enabling Knowledge Creation, Sharing and Reuse on the World-Wide-Web.- Continuations and Conversations.
Untertitel: 9th International Conference, AIMSA 2000, Varna, Bulgaria, September 20-23, 2000 Proceedings. 'Lecture Notes in Computer Science'. 2000. Auflage. Book. Sprache: Englisch.
Erscheinungsdatum: September 2000
Seitenanzahl: 384 Seiten