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"Intelligent systems must perform in order to be in demand. " Intelligent systems technology is being applied steadily in solving many day-to-day problems. Each year the list of real-world deployed applications that inconspicuously host the results of research in the area grows considerably. These applications are having a significant impact in industrial operations, in financial circles, in transportation, in education, in medicine, in consumer products, in games and elsewhere. A set of selected papers presented at the seventeenth in the series of conferences on Industrial and Engineering Applications of Artificial Intelligence and Expert Systems (IEA/AIE 2004), sponsored by the International Society of Applied Intelligence, is offered in this manuscript. These papers highlight novel applications of the technology and show how new research could lead to new and innovative applications. We hope that you find these papers to be educational, useful in your own research, and stimulating. In addition, we have introduced some special sessions to emphasize a few areas of artificial intelligence (AI) that are either relatively new, have received considerable attention recently or perhaps have not yet been represented well. To this end, we have included special sessions on e-learning, bioinformatics, and human-robot interaction (HRI) to complement the usual offerings in areas such as data mining, machine learning, intelligent systems, neural networks, genetic algorithms, autonomous agents, natural language processing, intelligent user interfaces, evolutionary computing, fuzzy logic, computer vision and image processing, reasoning, heuristic search, security, Internet applications, constraint satisfaction problems, design, and expert systems.



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Session 1a: Neural Networks (1).- A Comparison of Neural Network Input Vector Selection Techniques.- Application of Direction Basis Function Neural Network to Adaptive Identification and Control.- Knowledge Discovery Using Neural Networks.- Session 1b: Bioinformatics (1).- Knowledge Discovery in Hepatitis C Virus Transgenic Mice.- Digital Signal Processing in Predicting Secondary Structures of Proteins.- Predicting Protein-Protein Interactions from One Feature Using SVM.- Session 1c: Data Mining (1).- Fuzzy OLAP Association Rules Mining Based Novel Approach for Multiagent Cooperative Learning.- OIDM: Online Interactive Data Mining.- A Novel Manufacturing Defect Detection Method Using Data Mining Approach.- Session 2a: Neural Networks (2).- Neural Representation of a Solar Collector with Statistical Optimization of the Training Set.- An Experiment in Task Decomposition and Ensembling for a Modular Artificial Neural Network.- The Effect of Deterministic and Stochastic VTG Schemes on the Application of Backpropagation to Multivariate Time Series Prediction.- Session 2b: Bioinformatics (2).- Gene Discovery in Leukemia Revisited: A Computational Intelligence Perspective.- Cell Modeling Using Agent-Based Formalisms.- Computational Identification of RNA Motifs in Genome Sequences.- Session 2c: General Applications.- An Extensible Framework for Knowledge-Based Multimedia Adaptation.- Methods for Reducing the Number of Representatives in Representation Choice Tasks.- Incremental Maintenance of All-Nearest Neighbors Based on Road Network.- Knowledge Intensive Interpretation of Signal Data.- Session 3a: Autonomous Agents (1).- Coalition Formation among Agents in Complex Problems Based on a Combinatorial Auction Perspective.- Multi-agent Based Home Network Management System with Extended Real-Time Tuple Space.- Modelling Multi-aspect Negotiations in Multiagent Systems Using Petri Nets.- Multi-agent Development Toolkits: An Evaluation.- Session 3b: Intelligent Systems (1).- An Artificial Immune System for Fault Detection.- Heuristic Approach Based on Lambda-Interchange for VRTPR-Tree on Specific Vehicle Routing Problem with Time Windows.- Stochastic Learning Automata-Based Dynamic Algorithms for the Single Source Shortest Path Problem.- Multi-agent Based Integration Scheduling System under Supply Chain Management Environment.- Session 3c: Knowledge Processing and Natural Language Processing.- A Representation of Temporal Aspects in Knowledge Based Systems Modelling: A Monitoring Example.- On Description and Reasoning About Hybrid Systems.- A Hybrid Approach to Automatic Word-spacing in Korean.- Natural Language Requirements Analysis and Class Model Generation Using UCDA.- Session 4a: Intelligent User Interfaces.- Using Cognitive Modelling Simulations for User Interface Design Decisions.- An Intelligent Interface for Customer Behaviour Analysis from Interaction Activities in Electronic Commerce.- Integration of an Interactive Multimedia Datacasting System.- The Exploration and Application of Knowledge Structures in the Development of Expert System: A Case Study on a Motorcycle System.- Session 4b: Evolutionary Computing (1).- Binary Decision Tree Using K-means and Genetic Algorithm for Recognizing Defect Patterns of Cold Mill Strip.- Evolutionary RSA-Based Cryptographic Hardware Using the Co-Design Methodology.- GA-EDA: Hybrid Evolutionary Algorithm Using Genetic and Estimation of Distribution Algorithms.- Session 4c: Fuzzy Logic.- Handwritten Numeral Recognition Based on Simplified Feature Extraction, Structural Classification and Fuzzy Memberships.- Using Chaos Theory for the Genetic Learning of Fuzzy Controllers.- A Chromatic Image Understanding System for Lung Cancer Cell Identification Based on Fuzzy Knowledge.- Session 5a: Human Robot Interaction.- Reading Human Relationships from Their Interaction with an Interactive Humanoid Robot.- Recognition of Emotional States in Spoken Dialogue with a Robot.- Development of an Android Robot for Studying Human-Robot Interaction.- Open-End Human Robot Interaction from the Dynamical Systems Perspective: Mutual Adaptation and Incremental Learning.- Session 5b: Computer Vision and Image Processing.- Stereo Camera Handoff.- Word Separation in Handwritten Legal Amounts on Bank Cheques Based on Spatial Gap Distances.- Shape Recognition of the Embryo Cell Using Deformable Template for Micromanipulation.- Improved Edge Enhanced Error Diffusion Based on First-Order Gradient Shaping Filter.- Session 5c: Machine Learning and Case Based Reasoning.- Capitalizing Software Development Skills Using CBR: The CIAO-SI System.- A Hybrid Case Based Reasoning Approach for Monitoring Water Quality.- Constructive Meta-learning with Machine Learning Method Repositories.- An Algorithm for Incremental Mode Induction.- Session 6a: Heuristic Search.- TSP Optimisation Using Multi Tour Ants.- Neighborhood Selection by Probabilistic Filtering for Load Balancing in Production Scheduling.- Systematic versus Non-systematic Methods for Solving Incremental Satisfiability.- Improved GRASP with Tabu Search for Vehicle Routing with Both Time Window and Limited Number of Vehicles.- Session 6b: Evolutionary Computing (2).- Robust Engineering Design with Genetic Algorithms.- Evolutionary Computation Using Island Populations in Time.- Genetic Algorithm Based Parameter Tuning of Adaptive LQR-Repetitive Controllers with Application to Uninterruptible Power Supply Systems.- A Comparison of Two Circuit Representations for Evolutionary Digital Circuit Design.- Session 6c: Security.- Motif-Oriented Representation of Sequences for a Host-Based Intrusion Detection System.- Computational Intelligent Techniques for Detecting Denial of Service Attacks.- Writer Identification Forensic System Based on Support Vector Machines with Connected Components.- Modeling Intrusion Detection Systems Using Linear Genetic Programming Approach.- Session 7a: Internet Applications.- Data Mining in Evaluation of Internet Path Performance.- Change Summarization in Web Collections.- Control System Design for Internet-Enabled Arm Robots.- Source Estimating Anycast for High Quality of Service of Multimedia Traffic.- Session 7b: Planning and Scheduling.- Scheduling Meetings with Distributed Local Consistency Reinforcement.- Potential Causality in Mixed Initiative Planning.- Reactive Planning Simulation in Dynamic Environments with VirtualRobot.- Session 7c: Constraint Satisfaction.- New Distributed Filtering-Consistency Approach to General Networks.- A Systematic Search Strategy for Product Configuration.- A Bayesian Framework for Groundwater Quality Assessment.- Session 8a: E-learning (1).- Facilitating E-learning with a MARC to IEEE LOM Metadata Crosswalk Application.- An Agent-Based Framework for Adaptive M-learning.- Determination of Learning Scenarios in Intelligent Web-Based Learning Environment.- Session 8b: Intelligent Systems (2).- An Intelligent GIS-Based Spatial Zoning System with Multiobjective Hybrid Metaheuristic Method.- Dynamic User Profiles Based on Boolean Formulas.- Application of Intelligent Information Retrieval Techniques to a Television Similar Program Guide.- A Location Information System Based on Real-Time Probabilistic Position Inference.- Session 8c: Expert Systems.- Expertise in a Hybrid Diagnostic-Recommendation System for SMEs: A Successful Real-Life Application.- How to Speed Up Reasoning in a System with Uncertainty?.- Efficient BDD Encodings for Partial Order Constraints with Application to Expert Systems in Software Verification.- Abductive Validation of a Power-Grid Expert System Diagnoser.- Session 9a: E-learning (2).- Integrating Web Services and Agent Technology for E-learning Course Content Maintenance.- Chemical Reaction Metaphor in Distributed Learning Environments.- An E-learning Support System Based on Qualitative Simulations for Assisting Consumers' Decision Making.- Session 9b: Applications to Design.- Methodology for Graphic Redesign Applied to Textile and Tile Pattern Design.- Knowledge Representation on Design of Storm Drainage System.- Test Case Sequences in System Testing: Selection of Test Cases for a Chain (Sequence) of Function Clusters.- Supporting Constraint-Aided Conceptual Design from First Principles in Autodesk Inventor.- Session 9c: Machine Learning.- Incremental Induction of Classification Rules for Cultural Heritage Documents.- Applying Multi-class SVMs into Scene Image Classification.- Machine Learning Approaches for Inducing Student Models.- Monte Carlo Approach for Switching State-Space Models.- Session 10a: E-learning (3).- Epistemological Remediation in Intelligent Tutoring Systems.- XML-Based Learning Scenario Representation and Presentation in the Adaptive E-learning Environment.- Building Ontologies for Interoperability among Learning Objects and Learners.- Session 10b: Autonomous Agents (2).- Comparison of Different Coordination Strategies for the RoboCupRescue Simulation.- Multiple Reinforcement Learning Agents in a Static Environment.- A Modular Architecture for a Multi-purpose Mobile Robot.- An Agent-Based E-engineering Services Framework for Engineering Design and Optimization.- Session 10c: Neural Networks (3).- Robust and Adaptive Tuning of Power System Stabilizers Using Artificial Neural Networks.- Modified Bifurcating Neuron with Leaky-Integrate-and-Fire Model.- An Application of Elman's Recurrent Neural Networks to Harmonic Detection.- Design of an Adaptive Artificial Neural Network for Online Voltage Stability Assessment.- Session 11a: Data Mining (2).- Mining Multivariate Associations within GIS Environments.- Comparison between Objective Interestingness Measures and Real Human Interest in Medical Data Mining.- Boosting with Data Generation: Improving the Classification of Hard to Learn Examples.- Data Mining Approach for Analyzing Call Center Performance.- Session 11b: Intelligent Systems (3).- The Cognitive Controller: A Hybrid, Deliberative/Reactive Control Architecture for Autonomous Robots.- Intelligent Systems Integration for Data Acquisition and Modeling of Coastal Ecosystems.- Extracting Patterns in Music for Composition via Markov Chains.- Analyzing the Performance of Genetically Designed Short-Term Traffic Prediction Models Based on Road Types and Functional Classes.- Session 11c: Neural Networks (4).- Nonstationary Time Series Prediction Using Local Models Based on Competitive Neural Networks.- Predictive Modeling and Planning of Robot Trajectories Using the Self-Organizing Map.- River Stage Forecasting with Particle Swarm Optimization.- Convergence Analysis of a Neural Network Based on Generalised Compound Gradient Vector.- Session 12a: Image Processing.- Locating Oil Spill in SAR Images Using Wavelets and Region Growing.- A New Edge-Grouping Algorithm for Multiple Complex Objects Localization.- Processing and Analysis of Ground Penetrating Radar Landmine Detection.- Session 12b: Evolutionary Computing (3).- Tuning of Power System Stabilizers via Genetic Algorithm for Stabilization of Power Systems.- An Application of Adaptive Genetic Algorithm in Financial Knapsack Problem.- Assimilation Exchange Based Software Integration.- Session 12c: Data Mining (3).- Iterative Semi-supervised Learning: Helping the User to Find the Right Records.- Semantic Analysis for Data Preparation of Web Usage Mining.- Prediction of Preferences through Optimizing Users and Reducing Dimension in Collaborative Filtering System.

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Titel: Innovations in Applied Artificial Intelligence
Untertitel: 17th International Conference on Industrial and Engineering Applications of Artificial Intelligence and Expert Systems, IEA/AIE 2004, Ottawa, Canada, May 17-20, 2004. Proceedings
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EAN: 9783540246770
Format: E-Book (pdf)
Hersteller: Springer Berlin Heidelberg
Genre: IT & Internet
Veröffentlichung: 22.04.2004
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Dateigrösse: 19.73 MB
Anzahl Seiten: 1278

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