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Intelligent Information Systems 2001

Proceedings of the International Symposium “Intelligent Information Systems X”, June 18–22, 2001, Zakopane, Poland

Klopotek, Mieczyslaw A., Michalewicz, Maciej, Wierzchon, Slawomir T. (Eds.)

2001, XII, 305 p.

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The book offers a selection of papers presented at the international symposium Intelligent Information Systems X held in Zakopane, Poland. The papers report on progress in theory and applications of broadly understood artificial intelligence, including machine learning, knowledge discovery, knowledge based systems and reasoning, intelligent statistical analysis and soft computing (i.e. fuzzy and rough sets, neural networks, evolutionary algorithms and artificial immune systems). Interesting new theoretical results are presented and their practical applicability demonstrated. The volume also suggests challenging new research issues.

Content Level » Research

Keywords » Bayesian network - Data Mining - Evolution - Fuzzy - Intelligent Information Systems - Machine Learning - Soft Computing - evolutionary algorithm - information system - knowledge - knowledge base - knowledge discovery - learning - optimization - verification

Related subjects » Artificial Intelligence

Table of contents 

Rule and Decision Tree Learning.- Identification of Rules for Brain Metastases and Survival Time Prediction for Small Cell Lung Cancer Patients.- The Development of the AQ20 Learning System and Initial Experiments.- Discovering Multi-head Attributional Rules in Large Databases.- Melanoma Prediction Using k-Nearest Neighbor and LEM2 Algorithms.- Technologies for Sound Database Indexing: Musical Instrument Classification Methods.- Unsupervised Learning.- Significance Testing in the Grade Correspondence Analysis.- Ensembles of Similarity-based Models.- Regression — Yet Another Clustering Method.- Taxonomy Building: Cases or Attributes ?.- Using Grade Correspondence Analysis to Merge Populations and Detect Latent Orders.- Mining the Preference Relations and Preference Graphs.- Biologically Motivated Methods.- Multi-Dimensional Gaussian and Cauchy Mutations.- Statistical Genetic Algorithms.- Cellular Automata Approach to Scheduling Problem in Case of Modifications of a Program Graph.- Multimodal Optimization with Artificial Immune Systems.- Learning and Reasoning Under Uncertainty.- Bayesian Network Mining System.- Intelligent Techniques in Stock Analysis.- Models of Multiple Response Independence.- The Role of Support and Confidence in Collaborative Query Answering.- Logical Foundations of Ai.- Criteria and Functions for Expert Information Representation Choice.- Intelligent Computing Systems with Actors — Parallel Dynamic Programming Algorithm of the Polygon Triangulation Problem.- A Model for Extracting a Class of Knowledge Operators, Logic Disjunctions and Logic Alternatives from BDI Agents.- Information Dimension of a Population’s Attractor and Population’s Entropy.- Quantifier Handling Issues in Computer-Oriented Intuitionistic Calculi.- Verification of the Logic of Plausible Reasoning.- Author Index.

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