Poster Sessions

The AI-2004 conference poster session provides an opportunity for researchers 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.

Those presenting posters will be provided with a space (2*2m) for their poster in the main area used for refreshments. There may be a limited opportunity to provide additional desktop space for laptops or documentation. In addition to the tea and coffee breaks, there will be two 45 minute "Poster Session" slots dedicated for poster presenters. The presenters will be invited to contribute an article to Expert Update the BCS-SGAI magazine and a cash prize will be awarded to the best poster.

Programme

Induction of Robotic Behaviour Based on Multi-knowledge Representation
David Bell, QingXiang Wu, Tony Savage, Conor Murphy, Queens University, Belfast, Ireland

Towards Incremental Computation of the Answer Set Semantics: Preliminary Report
Martin Brain and Marina De Vos, University of Bath, UK

Application of an Agent and Broker based Architecture to Distributed Simulation
Martyn Bull, John Wesley, Mike Hamer and Robert Gordon, RiskAware Limited, UK

Consultative Rule-Based Intelligent System for Finite Element Type Selection
Bojan Dolšak, Frank Rieg, Marina Novak and Reinhard Hackenschmidt, University of Maribor, Slovenia

Simulation of Termite Mound Construction
David Feltell and Bai Li, University of Nottingham, UK

Arrhythmia Identification from ECG Signals with a Neural Network Classifier Based on a Bayesian Framework
Dayong Gao, Michael Madden and Michael Schukat, National University of Ireland, Galway, Ireland

Personalised Web Navigation using Combination Filtering
Liadh Kelly and John Dunnion, Athlone Institute of Technology, Ireland

Adaptation of Trigonometry to AI
Honghai Liu and George M. Coghill, University of Aberdeen, UK

A Timid Approach to Acquiring Constraint Satisfaction Problems
Sarah O' Connell, Barry O'Sullivan and Eugene C. Freuder, University College Cork, Ireland

On Means Tests for Identifying Interesting Quantitative Association Rules
Manon J. Sanscartier and Robert J. Hilderman, Science University of Regina, Canada

Intelligent Agent Based Virtual Enterprise System
K. Srivastava, School of Technology & Computer Science. Mumba