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Monitoring, security, and rescue techniques in multi-agent systems : [extended and improved versions of selected contributions presented at the International Workshop Monitoring, Security, and Rescue Techniques in Multiagent Systems (MSRAS 2004) held in Płock, Poland, June 7-9, 2004]

Author: Barbara Dunin-Ke̜plicz; Andrzej Jankowski; Andrzej Skowron; Marcin Szczuka
Publisher: Berlin [u.a.] : Springer, 2005.
Series: Advances in soft computing.
Edition/Format:   Book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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The use of knowledge-based technology in security applications emerges with important applications in monitoring, control, crisis, and rescue management. This volume contains extended versions of  Read more...

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Genre/Form: Conference proceedings
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Barbara Dunin-Ke̜plicz; Andrzej Jankowski; Andrzej Skowron; Marcin Szczuka
ISBN: 3540232451 9783540232452
OCLC Number: 249904590
Description: XII, 596 S : ill., graph. Darst ; 235 x 155 mm.
Contents: Foundations and Methods.- Flow Graphs, their Fusion and Data Analysis.- Approximation Spaces for Hierarchical Intelligent Behavioral System Models.- Distributed Adaptive Control: Beyond Single-Instant, Discrete Control Variables.- Multi-agent Planning for Autonomous Agents' Coordination.- Creating Common Beliefs in Rescue Situations.- Coevolutionary Processes for Strategic Decisions.- Automatic Proofs of Protocols via Program Transformation.- Mereological Foundations to Approximate Reasoning.- Data Security and Null Value Imputation in Distributed Information Systems.- Basic Principles and Foundations of Information Monitoring Systems.- Modelling Unreliable and Untrustworthy Agent Behaviour.- Nearest Neighbours without k.- Classifiers Based on Approximate Reasoning Schemes.- Towards Rough Applicability of Rules.- On the Computer-Assisted Reasoning about Rough Sets.- Similarity-Based Data Reduction and Classification.- Decision Trees and Reducts for Distributed Decision Tables.- Learning Concept Approximation from Uncertain Decision Tables.- In Search for Action Rules of the Lowest Cost.- Circularity in Rule Knowledge Bases Detection using Decision Unit Approach.- Feedforward Concept Networks.- Extensions of Partial Structures and Their Application to Modelling of Multiagent Systems.- Tolerance Information Granules.- Attribute Reduction Based on Equivalence Relation Defined on Attribute Set and Its Power Set.- Query Cost Model Constructed and Analyzed in a Dynamic Environment.- The Efficiency of the Rules' Classification Based on the Cluster Analysis Method and Salton's Method.- Extracting Minimal Templates in a Decision Table.- Application Domains and Case Studies.- Programming Bounded Rationality.- Generalized Game Theory's Contribution to Multi-agent Modelling.- Multi-Agent Decision Support System for Disaster Response and Evacuation.- Intelligent System for Environmental Noise Monitoring.- Multi-agent and Data Mining Technologies for Situation Assessment in Security-related Applications.- Virtual City Simulator for Education, Training, and Guidance.- Neurocomputing for Certain Bioinformatics Tasks.- Rough Set Based Solutions for Network Security.- Task Assignment with Dynamic Token Generation.- DyKnow: A Framework for Processing Dynamic Knowledge and Object Structures in Autonomous Systems.- Classifier Monitoring using Statistical Tests.- What Do We Learn When We Learn by Doing? Toward a Model of Dorsal Vision.- Rough Mereology as a Language for a Minimalist Mobile Robot's Eenvironment Description.- Data Acquisition in Robotics.- Spatial Sound Localization for Humanoid.- Oculomotor Humanoid Active Vision System.- Crisis Management via Agent-based Simulation.- Monitoring in Multi-Agent Systems: Two Perspectives.- Multi-Agent Environment for Management of Crisis in an Enterprises-Markets Complex.- Behavior Based Detection of Unfavorable Events Using the Multiagent System.- Intelligent Medical Systems on Internet Technologies Platform.
Series Title: Advances in soft computing.
Responsibility: Barbara Dunin-Ke̜plicz ... [ed.].
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