Research and Development in Intelligent Systems XVIII: Proceedings of ES2001, the Twenty-first SGES International Conference on Knowledge Based System by Frans CoenenResearch and Development in Intelligent Systems XVIII: Proceedings of ES2001, the Twenty-first SGES International Conference on Knowledge Based System by Frans Coenen

Research and Development in Intelligent Systems XVIII: Proceedings of ES2001, the Twenty-first SGES…

EditorFrans Coenen, Alun Preece

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The papers in this volume are the refereed technical papers presented at ES2001, the Twenty-first SGES International Conference on Knowledge Based Systems and Applied Artificial Intelligence, held in Cambridge in December 2001.The papers in this volume present new and innovative developments in the field, divided into sections on Machine Learning, Constraint Satisfaction, Agents, Knowledge Representation and Knowledge Engineering.This is the eighteenth volume in the Research and Development series. The series is essential reading for those who wish to keep up to date with developments in this important field.The Application Stream papers are published as a companion volume under the title "Applications and Innovations in Intelligent Systems IX".
Title:Research and Development in Intelligent Systems XVIII: Proceedings of ES2001, the Twenty-first SGES…Format:PaperbackDimensions:335 pagesPublished:November 28, 2001Publisher:Springer LondonLanguage:English

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Technical Programme Chairman's Introduction.- Technical Keynote Address: Knowledge Technologies: a ReUse Perspective.- Best Technical Paper: Detecting Mismatches Among Experts'Ontologies Acquired Through Knowledge Elicitation.- Session 1. Machine Learning 1: Using J-Pruning to Reduce Overfitting in Classification Trees. Explanation of Attribute Relevance in Decision-Tree Induction. Optimising Association Rule Algorithms Using Itemset Ordering. ADANNET: Automatic Design of Artificial Neural Networks by Evolutionary Techniques.- Session 2. Machine Learning 2/Constraint Satisfaction: Informed Selection of Filter Examples for Knowledge Refinement. Competence-Guided Case Discovery. The Inseparability Problem in Interactive Case-Based Reasoning. Preprocessing Algorithms for Non-binary Disjunctive Constraint Satisfaction.- Session 3. Agents: A Study of Autonomous Agent Navigation Algorithms in the ANIMAT Environment. Intelligent Agents for Resource Management in Third Generation Mobile Networks. DARBS: A Distributed Blackboard System. A Database Architecture for Reusable CommonKADS Agent Specification Components.- Session 4. Knowledge Representation: UML as an Approach to Modelling Knowledge in Rule-based Systems. Modelling Knowledge and Reasoning using Locally Active Elements in Semantic Networks. Using Meta-Level Knowledge to Improve Solutions in Coordination Problems. A Case Study in Ontologies for Probabilistic Networks.- Session 5. Knowledge Engineering: WebShell: the Development of Web-based Expert Systems. Logical Approach in Knowledge-Based Control. An Advanced Stemming Algorithm for Creating Concept Signatures of Medical Terms. Developing an Information System for Framework Reuse.- Session 6: Let's See What Happens if We Integrate AI Planning with Workflow Management System. A Non-binary Constraint Satisfaction Solver: The One-face Hyperpolyhedron Heuristic.