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Advances in artificial intelligence [electronic resource] : 13th Biennial Conference of the Canadian Society for Computational Studies of Intelligence, AI 2000, Montréal, Québec, Canada, May 14-17, 2000 : proceedings /
[edited by] Howard J. Hamilton.
imprint
New York : Springer, 2000.
description
xii, 450 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
ISBN
3540675574 (softcover : alk. paper)
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Summaries
Main Description
This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 13th Biennial Conference of the Canadian Society for Computational Studies of Intelligence, AI 2000, held in Montreal, Quebec, Canada, in May 2000. The 25 revised full papers presented together with 12 10-page posters were carefully reviewed and selected from more than 70 submissions. The papers are organized in topical sections on games and constraint satisfaction; natural language processing; knowledge representation; AI applications; machine learning and data mining; planning, theorem proving, and artificial life; and neural networks.
Table of Contents
Games / Constraint Satisfaction
Unifying Single-Agent and Two-Player Searchp. 1
Are Bees Better than Fruitflies?p. 13
A Constraint Directed Model for Partial Constraint Satisfaction Problemsp. 26
Natural Language I
Using Noun Phrase Heads to Extract Document Keyphrasesp. 40
Expanding the Type Hierarchy with Nonlexical Conceptsp. 53
Using Object Influence Areas to Quantitatively Deal with Neighborhood and Perception in Route Descriptionsp. 69
An Extendable Natural Language Interface to a Consumer Service Databasep. 82
Knowledge Representation
Identifying and Eliminating Irrelevant Instances Using Information Theoryp. 90
Keep It Simple: A Case-Base Maintenance Policy Based on Clustering and Information Theoryp. 102
On the Integration of Recursive <$>{cal A}{cal L}{cal N}<$>-Theoriesp. 115
Natural Language II
Collocation Discovery for Optimal Bilingual Lexicon Developmentp. 126
The Power of the TSNLP: Lessons from a Diagnostic Evaluation of a Broad-Coverage Parserp. 138
A Parallel Approach to Unified Cognitive Modeling of Language Processing within a Visual Contextp. 151
AI Applications
Interact: A Staged Approach to Customer Service Automationp. 164
Towards Very Large Terminological Knowledge Bases: A Case Study from Medicinep. 176
The Use of Ontologies and Meta-knowledge to Facilitate the Sharing ofKnowledge in a Multi-agent Personal Communication Systemp. 187
Machine Learning / Data Mining
ASERC - A Genetic Sequencing Operator for Asymmetric Permutation Problemsp. 201
CViz: An Interactive Visualization System for Rule Inductionp. 214
Learning Pseudo-independent Models: Analytical and Experimental Resultsp. 227
Planning / Theorem Proving / Artificial Life
Learning Rewrite Rules versus Search Control Rules to Improve Plan Qualityp. 240
Scheduling Methods for Parallel Automated Theorem Provingp. 254
Simulating Competing Alife Organisms by Constructive Compound Neural Networksp. 267
Neural Networks
A Recognition-Based Alternative to Discrimination-Based Multi-layer Perceptronsp. 280
Accelerated Backpropagation Learning: Extended Dynamic Parallel Tangent Optimization Algorithmp. 293
Neural ARX Models and PAC Learningp. 305
Posters
Qualitative Descriptors and Action Perceptionp. 316
A Comparison of Association Rule Discovery and Bayesian Network Causal Inference Algorithms to Discover Relationships in Discrete Datap. 326
Towards an Automated Citation Classifierp. 337
Typical Example Selection for Learning Classifiersp. 347
Comparative Study of Neural Network Controllers for Nonlinear Dynamic Systemsp. 357
The Iterative Multi-agent Method for Solving Complex Search Problemsp. 369
Relational Learning with Transfer of Knowledge Between Domainsp. 379
Surviving in a Hostile Multi-agent Environment: How Simple Affective States Can Aid in the Competition for Resourcesp. 389
Task-Structure Based Mediation: The Travel-Planning Assistant Examplep. 400
Considerations on Compositional Update Operatorsp. 411
The Degeneration of Relevance in Uncertain Temporal Domains: AnEmpirical Studyp. 421
The Learnability of Naive Bayesp. 432
Invited Presentations
Parsing to Meaning, Statisticallyp. 442
Automated Discovery: A Fusion of Multidisciplinary Principlesp. 443
Author Indexp. 449
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