SGAI

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


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Refereed Papers: 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)

SESSION 1a: CONSTRAINT SATISFACTION

DisBO-wd: a Distributed Constraint Satisfaction Algorithm for Coarse-Grained Distributed Problems
Muhammed Basharu (University College, Ireland), Inés Arana and Hatem Ahriz (The Robert Gordon University, UK)

Construction of Heuristics for a Search-Based Approach to Solving Sudoku
S. K. Jones, P. A. Roach and S. Perkins (University of Glamorgan, UK)

Escaping Local Optima: Constraint Weights vs. Value Penalties
Muhammed Basharu (University College, Ireland), Inés Arana and Hatem Ahriz (The Robert Gordon University, UK)

Dynamic Rule Mining for Argumentation Based Systems
Maya Wardeh, Trevor Bench-Capon and Frans Coenen (University of Liverpool, UK)

SESSION 1b: AI TECHNIQUES

Extending Jess to Handle Uncertainty
David Corsar, Derek Sleeman and Anne McKenzie (University of Aberdeen, 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)

Supporting Temporal Information in Medical Care Planning
Kirsty Bradbrook and Graham Winstanley (University of Brighton, UK)

Learning Sets of Sub-Models for Spatio-Temporal Prediction
Andrew Bennett and Derek Magee (University of Leeds, UK)

SESSION 2: DATA MINING AND MACHINE LEARNING

Frequent Set Meta Mining: Towards Multi-Agent Data Mining
Kamal Ali Albashiri, Frans Coenen, Rob Sanderson and Paul Leng (The University of Liverpool, UK)

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

Selecting Bi-Tags for Sentiment Analysis of Text
Rahman Mukras, Nirmalie Wiratunga and Robert Lothian (The Robert Gordon University, UK)

SESSION 3: MULTI-AGENT SYSTEMS

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

Can Agents Without Concepts Think? An Investigation Using a Knowledge Based System
Nicky Moss (The Open University, UK), Adrian Hopgood (De Montfort University, UK) and Martin Weller (The Open University, UK)

Effective Selection of Abstract Plans for Multi-Agent Systems
Toshiharu Sugawara (Waseda University, Japan), Satoshi Kurihara (Osaka University, Japan), Toshio Hirotsu (Toyohashi Univ. of Technology, Japan), Kensuke Fukuda (National Institute of Informatics, Japan), Toshihiro Takada (NTT Communication Science Laboratories, Japan)

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

SESSION 4: DATA MINING

Relevance Feedback for Association Rules by Leveraging Concepts from Information Retrieval
Georg Ruß (University of Magdeburg, Germany), Mirko Böttcher and Detlef Nauck (BT Group, UK), Rudolf Kruse (University of Magdeburg, Germany)

Visualization and Grouping of Graph Patterns in Molecular Databases
Edgar H. de Graaf, Walter A. Kosters and Joost N. Kok (LIACS, Leiden University, NL), Jeroen Kazius (LACDR, Leiden University, NL)

A Classification Algorithm based on Concept Similarity
João Paulo Domingos-Silva and Newton José Vieira (UFMG, Brazil)

Metrics for Mining Multisets
Walter Kosters and Jeroen Laros (Leiden University, NL)

SESSION 5: KNOWLEDGE ACQUISITION AND MANAGEMENT

Knowledge Management for Evolving Products
Thorsten Krebs (University of Hamburg, Germany)

Recovery from Plan Failures in Partially Observable Environments
Roberto Micalizio and Pietro Torasso (Università di Torino, Italy)

Automatic Character Assignation
Gerard Lynch and Carl Vogel (Trinity College Dublin, Ireland)

SHORT PAPERS (for Poster Presentation)

An Agent-Based Algorithm for Data Reduction
Ireneusz Czarnowski and Piotr Jedrzejowicz (Gdynia Maritime University, Poland)

Towards a Computationally Efficient Approach to Modular Classification Rule Induction
Frederic Stahl and Max Bramer (University of Portsmouth, UK)

Mobile Robots and EEG - A Review
Kerry A Plant, Prasad V S Ponnapalli and David M Southall (Manchester Metropolitan University, UK)

Studying Anticipation Behavior in ALife Simulator
Ahmed M. Elmahalawy and Pavel Nahodil (Czech Technical University, Czech Republic)

A Mereological Semantics of Contexts
Ander Altuna (University of Leeds, UK)

Spatial N-player Dilemmas in Changing Environments
Colm O`Riordan (NUI, Galway, Ireland), Dara Curran and Humphrey Sorensen (UCC, Ireland)

Training and Evaluating an E-tutor
Kate Taylor (CARET, University of Cambridge, UK)

An Ambient Intelligence Application Integrating Agent and Service-Oriented Technologies
Nikolaos Spanoudakis (Singular Logic S.A., GR), Pavlos Moraitis (Paris Descartes University, FR)

 
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