SGAI

AI-2007 Twenty-seventh SGAI International Conference on Artificial Intelligence
CAMBRIDGE, ENGLAND 10-12 DECEMBER 2007


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Refereed Papers: Application Stream

Best Refereed Application Paper

On a Novel ACO-Estimator and its Application to the Target Motion Analysis Problem
Lars Nolle (Nottingham Trent University, UK)

Session 1: MEDICAL SYSTEMS

Clinical Practice Guidelines: a Case Study of Combining OWL-S, OWL, and SWRL
M. Argüello (National Centre for e-Social Science, University of Manchester, UK), J. Des (Servicio de Oftalmología, Hospital Comarcal Dr. Julian Garcia, Spain)

Explaining Medical Model Exceptions in ISOR
Olga Vorobieva and Rainer Schmidt (University of Rostock, Germany)

Automatically Acquiring Structured Case Representations: The SMART Way
Stella Asiimwe, Susan Craw, Nirmalie Wiratunga and Bruce Taylor (The Robert Gordon University, UK)

Analysing PET Scans Data for Predicting Response to Chemotherapy in Breast Cancer Patients
Elias Gyftodimos, Laura Moss, Derek Sleeman and Andrew Welch (University of Aberdeen, UK)

Session 2a: HCI & NATURAL LANGUAGE SYSTEMS

Selecting the Content of Textual Descriptions of Geographically Located Events in Spatio-Temporal Weather Data
Ross J Turner, Somayajulu Sripada and Ehud Reiter (University of Aberdeen,UK), Ian P Davy (Aerospace and Marine International, UK)

CALMsystem: A Conversational Agent for Learner Modelling
Alice L Kerly (University of Birmingham), Richard K Ellis (Stratum Management Ltd), Susan Bull (University of Birmingham)

Scripting Human-Agent Interactions in a Generic ECA Framework
Hung-Hsuan Huang (Kyoto University, Japan), Aleksandra Cerekovic and Igor S. Pandzic (University of Zagreb, Croatia), Yukiko Nakano (Tokyo University of Agriculture & Technology, Japan), Toyoaki Nishida (Kyoto University, Japan)

Invited Presentation 1

Session 2b: IMAGING & SENSING SYSTEMS

A Comparison of two Methods for Finding Groups using Heat Maps and Model Based Clustering
Fabrice P. R. Colas (LIACS, Leiden University), Ingrid Meulenbelt (MOLEPI, LUMC), Jeanine J. Houwing-Duistermaat (MEDSTATS, LUMC), P. Eline Slagboom (MOLEPI, LUMC), Joost N. Kok (LIACS, Leiden University)

Automated Tool for Diagnosis of Sinus Analysis CT Scans
Abdel-Razzak Natsheh, Prasad V S Ponnapalli and Nader Anani (Manchester Metropolitan University, UK), Atef El-Kholy (Trafford General Hospital, UK)

Intensity-Based Image Registration Using Multiple Distributed Agents
Roger J Tait (Nottingham Trent University), Gerald Schaefer (Aston University), Adrian A Hopgood (De Montfort University)

Session 3: DECISION SUPPORT SYSTEMS

Police Forensic Science Performance Indicators – a New Approach to Data Validation
Richard Adderley (A E Solutions (BI), UK), John Bond (Northamptonshire Police, UK)

Application of Data Mining for Supply Chain Inventory Forecasting
Nenad Stefanovic (Zastava Automobiles, Kragujevac, Serbia), Dusan Stefanovic (University of Kragujevac, Serbia), Bozidar Radenkovic (University of Belgrade, Serbia)

Decision Making in Fund Raising Management: a Knowledge Based Approach
Luca Barzanti (University of Bologna, Italy), Nicola Dragoni (University of Trento, Italy), Andrea Degli Esposti and Mauro Gaspari (University of Bologna, Italy)

Player Collaboration in Virtual Environments using Hierarchical Task Network Planning
Daniele Masato, Stuart Chalmers and Alun Preece (University of Aberdeen, UK)

Session 4: INDUSTRIAL SYSTEMS

Genetic Programming for the Design of Lace Knitting Stitch Patterns
Anikó Ekárt (Aston University, UK)

Comparative studies of Statistical and Neural Networks Models for Short and Long Term Load Forecasting: a Case Study in the Brazilian Amazon Power Suppliers
Guilherme A. B. Conde, Ádamo L. de Santana and Carlos Renato L. Francês (Federal University of Pará, UFPA), Cláudio A. Rocha (University of Amazon, UNAMA), Liviane Rego (Federal University of Pará, UFPA), Vanja Gato (Rede CELPA)

Optimization of Injection/Withdrawal Schedules for Natural Gas Storage Facilities
Alan Holland (University College Cork, Ireland)

Session 5: AUTONOMOUS SYSTEMS 1

Invited Presentation 2

Fly-by-Agent: Controlling a Pool of UAVs via a Multi-Agent System
Jeremy Baxter, Graham Horn and Daniel Leivers (QinetiQ, UK)

An Extended Hyperbola Model for Road Tracking for Video-based Personal Navigation
Li Bai and Yan Wang (University of Nottingham, UK), Michael Fairhurst (University of Kent, UK)

Session 6: AUTONOMOUS SYSTEMS 2

Evolving Motion Control for a Modular Robot
Sunil P Lal, Koji Yamada and Satoshi Endo (University of the Ryukyus, Japan)

Invited Presentation 3

Short Papers (for Poster Presentation)

Towards the Development of OMNIVORE: An Evolving Intelligent Intrusion Detection System
Stavros Lekkas and Ludmil Mikhailov (The University of Manchester, UK)

Clonal Selection for Licence Plate Character Recognition
Rentian Huang, H.Tawfik and A.K. Nagar (Liverpool Hope University, UK)

RSIE : a Inference Engine for Reflexive Systems
Yann Barloy and Jean-Marc Nigro (ICD-UTT, France)

A Personalized RSS News Filtering Agent
Weiqin Chen and Torbjørn Bøen (University of Bergen, Norway)

Neural Networks for Financial Literacy Modelling
H. Tawfik, M. Samy, O. Keshinro, R. Huang and A.K. Nagar (Liverpool Hope University, UK)

Sensor Assignment In Virtual Environments Using Constraint Programming
Diego Pizzocaro, Stuart Chalmers and Alun Preece (University of Aberdeen, UK)

Small World Terrorist Networks: A Preliminary Investigation
Nasrullah Memon and David L. Hicks (Aalborg University, Denmark), Nicholas Harkiolakis (Hellenic American University, Athens, Greece), Abdul Qadeer Khan Rajput (Mehran University, Jamshoro, Pakistan)

On Acquiring Knowledge to Support Decision Making in Collaborative e-Work
Obinna Anya, Atulya Nagar and Hissam Tawfik (Liverpool Hope University, UK)

 
SGAI

AI-2007 Twenty-seventh SGAI International Conference on Artificial Intelligence
CAMBRIDGE, ENGLAND 10-12 DECEMBER 2007


home | schedule | technical stream | application stream | poster sessions | workshops
proceedings | exhibition | registration | sponsors | organisers | enquiries | social
venue | accommodation | machine intell. competition | speakers | previous conferences

accepted papers | paper format | UK universities RAE 2008 | info for authors of accepted papers