AI 2001: Advances in Artificial Intelligence [electronic resource] :14th Australian Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence Adelaide, Australia, December 10–14, 2001 Proceedings /
Contributor(s): Stumptner, Markus [editor.] | Corbett, Dan [editor.] | Brooks, Mike [editor.] | SpringerLink (Online service).Material type: BookSeries: Lecture Notes in Computer Science: 2256Publisher: Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 2001.Description: XII, 672 p. online resource.Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9783540456568.Subject(s): Computer science | Computers | Mathematical logic | Artificial intelligence | Computer Science | Artificial Intelligence (incl. Robotics) | Computation by Abstract Devices | Mathematical Logic and Formal LanguagesOnline resources: Click here to access online
Papers -- A Memetic Pareto Evolutionary Approach to Artificial Neural Networks -- Relating Defeasible and Default Logic -- Resolving Minsky’s Paradox : The d-Dimensional Normal Distribution Case -- Solving Overconstrained Temporal Reasoning Problems -- How the Level of Interchangeability Embedded in a Finite Constraint Satisfaction Problem Affects the Performance of Search -- Towards Learning Naive Physics by Visual Observation: Qualitative Spatial Representations -- Phased Array Sub-beam Optimisation -- Generation of Facial Expressions from Emotion Using a Fuzzy Rule Based System -- An Efficient Form Classification Method Using Partial Matching -- Gradient Descent Style Leveraging of Decision Trees and Stumps for Misclassification Cost Performance -- Postdiction Problems in Dynamic Logic -- A Method for Reasoning with Ontologies Represented as Conceptual Graphs -- Selection of Tasks and Delegation of Responsibility in a Multiagent System for Emergent Process Management -- State Minimization Re-visited -- Decidability of Quantifed Propositional Branching Time Logics -- Improved Techniques for an Iris Recognition System with High Performance -- An Investigation of an Adaptive Poker Player -- Acquiring Adaptation Knowledge for CBR with MIKAS -- A Real-Time Region-Based Motion Segmentation Using Adaptive Thresholding and K-Means Clustering -- Automatic Cell Classification in Human’s Peripheral Blood Images Based on Morphological Image Processing -- Formal Concept Analysis for Domain-Specific Document Retrieval Systems -- Learner’s self-assessment: a case study of SVM for information retrieval -- A Semiotic Model of Communication and Its Implications for the Digital City Development -- Simulations for Comparing Knowledge Acquisition and Machine Learning -- Application of Genetic Algorithms to the Optimisation of Neural Network Configuration for Stock Market Forecasting -- Updating epistemic states -- Fast Text Classification Using Sequential Sampling Processes -- Agents in a Multi-cultural World: Towards Ontological Reconciliation -- Logical Foundations for Reasoning about Trust in Secure Digital Communication -- Phe-Q : A Pheromone Based Q-Learning -- Specification of Kansei Patterns in an Adaptive Perceptual Space -- Embodying the JACK Agent Architecture -- Towards an Ontology of Part-of -- Actions Made Explicit in BDI -- Wrapping Boosters against Noise -- Continuous Temporal Models -- Language and Commonsense Knowledge -- Simulation of Network Security with Collaboration among IDS Models -- Programming Spoken Dialogs Using Grammatical Inference -- Towards Genetic Programming for Texture Classification -- Using Design Information to Identify Structural Software Faults -- The Application of AI to Automatically Generated Animation -- Planning with Noisy Actions (Preliminary Report) -- Getting the Job Done in a Hostile Environment -- Solving the Qualification Problem (In the Presence of the Frame Problem) -- Dialogue Modelling for a Conversational Agent -- Candidate Elimination Criteria for Lazy Bayesian Rules -- Simplifying the Development of Intelligent Agents -- An Operational Semantics for a PRS-Like Agent Architecture -- A Model of Unconstrained Digit Recognition Based on Hypothesis Testing and Data Reconstruction -- Collecting Quality Data for Database Mining -- Further Pruning for Efficient Association Rule Discovery -- Pattern Discovery in Probabilistic Databases -- The Complexity of Logic Program Updates -- Reasoning with Multimedia Information Using Symbolic Projection -- Invited Contribution -- Confidence Relations as a Basis for Uncertainty Modeling, Plausible Reasoning, and Belief Revision.