- Full Description
The papers in this volume are the refereed technical papers presented at AI-2008, the Twenty-eighth SGAI International Conference on Innovative Techniques and Applications of Artificial Intelligence, held in Cambridge in December 2008. They present new and innovative developments in the field, divided into sections on CBR and Classification, AI Techniques, Argumentation and Negotiation, Intelligent Systems, From Machine Learning To E-Learning and Decision Making. The volume also includes the text of short papers presented as posters at the conference. This is the twenty-fifth 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 XVI.
- Table of Contents
Table of Contents
- From the contents Best Technical Paper: On the Classification Performance of TAN and General Bayesian Networks.
- Code Tagging and Similarity
- based Retrieval with myCBR.
- Sparse Representations for Pattern Classification using Learned Dictionaries.
- Qualitative Hidden Markov Models for Classifying Gene Expression Data.
- Description Identification and the Consistency Problem.
- Analysing the Effect of Demand Uncertainty in Dynamic Pricing with EAs.
- Based Genetic Algorithm for the Quadratic Assignment Problem.
- Constraint Satisfaction and Fixes: Revisiting Sisyphus VT.
- SASS2: On a Control Parameter Free Optimisation Algorithm.
- PISA – Pooling Information from Several Agents: Multiplayer Argumentation from Experience.
- Based Negotiation in Uncertain Environments.
- The Evolution of Negotiation and Bargaining Impasse.
- Exploring Design Space For An Integrated Intelligent System.
- A User
- Extensible and Adaptable Parser Architecture.
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