Poster Sessions

Following last year's successful launch we are again including poster sessions in this year's conference. It is hoped that this will be a useful opportunity for researchers and postgraduate students attending the conference to present their "work in progress", enabling them to discuss their evolving projects with others in the field, gain feedback and expand publicity for their work.

Call for Posters (deadline was September 12th 2003)

The following posters have been accepted for presentation at AI-2003

1. An Intelligent Decision Support System for use in Organisations Experiencing Significant Change
Noreen Axelby and Allan Norcliffe, Sheffield Hallam University

2. Application of Artificial NNs in Differential Pulse Code Modulation Scheme
H B Bahar, Faculty of Engineering, Tabriz University, PO Box 5166614776, Tabriz, Iran

3. The Application of Self Organising Maps in Environmedics
A. Barber, R H Bayford, R Hamilton, Centre for Decision Analysis and Risk Management, Middlesex University

4. Similarity Searching using Atom Environments, Information Gain based Feature Selection and the Naïve Bayesian Classifier
Andreas Bender, Hamse Y. Mussa, Stephan Reiling and Robert C. Glen, Unilever Centre for Molecular Science Informatics, Cambridge University

5. The Retailing Oracle
Monica Casabayo, University of Edinburgh

6. Multi-Agents and Simulated Human Movement
Tim Coole, David Brodie and Richard Jones, Centre for Applied Computing, Buckinghamshire Chilterns University College

7. FIONN: A Framework for Developing CBR Systems
Donal Doyle, John Loughrey, Conor Nugent, Lorcan Coyle and Padraig Cunningham, Trinity College Dublin

8. What is CBR Competence?
Stewart Massie Susan Craw and Nirmalie Wiratunga, The Robert Gordon University

9. Extending Comparison-Based Recommendation: A Review
Lorraine McGinty and Barry Smyth, Smart Media Institute, University College Dublin, Ireland.

10. Intelligent Cyberspace Interfaces and WAP Generic Computing,
Cyrus F. Nourani and R. M. Moudi, Academia and ProjectMetaai , USA

11. The use of Visual Recurrence Analysis and Hurst Exponents as Qualitative
Tools for Analysing Financial Time Series, Branko Pecar, University of Gloucestershire

12. Planning Requirements for Hierarchical Coalitions in Disaster Relief Domains
Clauirton Siebra, Centre for intelligent systems and their applications, University of Edinburgh