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Advanced topics in artificial intelligence

Author: Abdul Sattar
Publisher: Berlin ; London : Springer, 1997.
Series: Lecture notes in computer science. Lecture notes in artificial intelligence, 1342
Edition/Format:   Article : Conference publication : English

This volume presents 48 revised full papers selected from a total of 143 submissions. Also included are three keynote talks and one invited paper. Constraint satisfaction and schedulling, distributed  Read more...


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Genre/Form: Conference papers and proceedings
Material Type: Conference publication, Internet resource
Document Type: Article, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Abdul Sattar
ISBN: 3540637974 9783540637974
OCLC Number: 498189739
Description: xvii, 516 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
Contents: Controlling autonomous robots with Golog.- Video query and retrieval.- On finding needles in WWW haystacks.- Extending dynamic backtracking for distributed constraint satisfaction problems.- Constraint-directed backtracking.- Applied partial constraint satisfaction using weighted iterative repair.- The application of mutual information to the registration of stereo and temporal images of the retina.- Kalman filtering from a phase based optical flow operator.- Adaptive constraint restoration and error analysis using a neural network.- Exploring agent cooperation: Studies with a simple pursuit game.- The serializability problem in a parallel rule-based system: A solution by distributed coordination.- Optimal communication among team members.- Dominant and recessive genes in evolutionary systems applied to spatial reasoning.- Using multi-chromosomes to solve a simple mixed integer problem.- Hierarchical and feed-forward fuzzy Logic for financial modelling and prediction.- A knowledge-based system for workflow management using the world wide web.- Use of partial functional dependencies to make practical approximate translations among forms of propositional expert systems.- NRDR for the acquisition of search knowledge.- Rapid prototyping of executable problem solving methods using MODEL-ECS.- Preferential semantics for causal fixpoints.- Belief update, the Markovian situation calculus, and discrete event systems.- A notion of correctness with theories containing theoretical terms.- Inductive properties of states.- Describing plan recognition as nonmonotonic reasoning and belief revision.- Specification morphisms for nonmonotonic knowledge systems.- Representation results for default logics.- Proving quantified literals in defeasible logic.- Fuzzy hierarchical pattern recognition for robotics applications.- Adaptive curvature-based topography for learning symbolic descriptions of terrain maps.- A computer assisted image analysis system for diagnosing movement disorders.- Vowel recognition for speaker independent Chinese speech recognition.- Beat induction and rhythm recognition.- Boosting neural networks in real world applications: An empirical study.- Machine learning of credible classifications.- Mining the knowledge mine.- Using decision trees for agent modelling: A study on resolving conflicting predictions.- Sample set assessment for providing personalised recommendations.- Integrated correction of ill-formed sentences.- Information filtering for context-sensitive browsing.- The T-SOM (Tree-SOM).- Extending and benchmarking the CasPer algorithm.- Disconcepts and fuzzy cognitive maps.- Weight sensitive Boolean extraction produces compact expressions.- Learning temporal sequences in recurrent self-organising neural nets.- Three-dimensional scene analysis using multiple range finders - Data capture, coordinate transformations and initial segmentation.- Sensor-based robotic automation of mushroom farming - Preliminary considerations.- Creating adroit mechanisms by using large numbers of simple homogeneous structures.- A nephelometric tactile sensor.- Finger track - A robust and real-time gesture interface.- A constraint mechanism for knowledge specification of simulation systems based on temporal logic.- Controlling engineering problem solving.- Evaluating a qualitative reasoner.
Series Title: Lecture notes in computer science. Lecture notes in artificial intelligence, 1342
Responsibility: Abdul Sattar (ed.).


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