SGAI

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


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Best Refereed Papers

The following have been selected by the conference programme committees as the best 6 refereed papers in each stream at AI-2007.

They will be reprinted in a special issue of the international journal Knowledge Based Systems.


Technical Stream

Best Refereed Technical Paper (sponsored by Hewlett-Packard Laboratories)

An Evolutionary Algorithm-Based Approach to Robust Analog Circuit Design using Constrained Multi-Objective Optimization
Giuseppe Nicosia (University of Catania, Italy), Salvatore Rinaudo (ST Microelectronics, Italy), Eva Sciacca (University of Catania, Italy)

Other Papers

Merging Intelligent Agency and the Semantic Web
John Debenham (UTS, Australia) and Carles Sierra (IIIA, Barcelona, Spain)

A Flexible Framework to Experiment With Ontology Learning Techniques
Ricardo A Gacitua, Peter Sawyer and Paul Rayson (Lancaster University, UK)

Modelling Affective-based Music Compositional Intelligence with the Aid of ANS Analyses
Toshihito Sugimoto, Roberto Legaspi, Akihiro Ota, Koichi Moriyama, Satoshi Kurihara and Masayuki Numao (Osaka University, Japan)

Expressive Security Policy Rules using Layered Conceptual Graphs
Madalina Croitoru, Liang Xiao, David Dupplaw and Paul Lewis (University of Southampton, UK)

Evolving a Dynamic Predictive Coding Mechanism for Novelty Detection
Simon J. Haggett and Dominique F. Chu (University of Kent, UK), Ian W. Marshall (Lancaster University, UK)


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)

Other Papers

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

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)

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

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)

 
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