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Discovery Science : First International Conference, Ds'98, Fukuoka, Japan, December 14-16, 1998, Proceedings - Setsuo Arikawa

Discovery Science

First International Conference, Ds'98, Fukuoka, Japan, December 14-16, 1998, Proceedings

By: Setsuo Arikawa (Editor), Hiroshi Motoda (Editor)

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This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the First International Conference on Discovery Science, DS'98, held in Fukuoka, Japan, in December 1998.
The volume presents 28 revised full papers selected from a total of 76 submissions. Also included are five invited contributions and 34 selected poster presentations. The ultimate goal of DS'98 and this volume is to establish discovery science as a new field of research and development. The papers presented relate discovery science to areas as formal logic, knowledge processing, machine learning, automated deduction, searching, neural networks, database management, information retrieval, intelligent network agents, visualization, knowledge discovery, data mining, information extraction, etc.

Philosophical Aspects of Scientific Discovery : A Historical Surveyp. 1
Learning, Mining, or Modeling? A Case Study from Paleoecologyp. 12
The Computer-Aided Discovery of Scientific Knowledgep. 25
On Classification and Regressionp. 40
Knowledge Discovery in Biological and Chemical Domainsp. 58
Random Case Analysis of Inductive Learning Algorithmsp. 60
On Variants of Iterative Learningp. 72
Uniform Characterizations of Polynomial-Query Learnabilitiesp. 84
Inferring a Rewriting System from Examplesp. 93
Toward Genomic Hypothesis Creator: View Designer for Discoveryp. 105
Visualization of Community Knowledge Interaction Using Associative Rep-resentationp. 117
Discovering Characteristic Patterns from Collections of Classical Japanese Poemsp. 129
Approximate Retrieval of High-dimensional Data by Spatial Indexingp. 141
Practical Algorithms for On-line Samplingp. 150
Discovering Conceptual Differences among People from Casesp. 162
Discovery of Unknown Causes from Unexpected Co-occurrence of Inferred Known Causesp. 174
Refining Search Expression by Discovering Hidden User's Interestsp. 186
The Discovery of Rules from Brain Imagesp. 198
Instance Guided Rule Inductionp. 210
Learning with Globally Predictive Testsp. 220
Query-Initiated Discovery of Interesting Association Rulesp. 232
Boosting Cost-Sensitive Treesp. 244
On the Boosting Algorithm for Multiclass Functions based on Information-Theoretic Criterion for Approximationp. 256
The Continuous-Function Attribute Class in Decision Tree Inductionp. 268
Feature Transformation and Multivariate Decision Tree Inductionp. 279
Formal Logics of Discovery and Hypothesis Formation by Machinep. 291
Finding Hypotheses from Examples by Computing the Least Generalization of Bottom Clausesp. 303
On the Completion of the Most Specific Hypothesis Computation in Inverse Entailment for Mutual Recursionp. 315
Biochemical Knowledge Discovery Using Inductive Logic Programmingp. 326
Computational Characteristics of Law Discovery Using Neural Networksp. 342
Development of SDS2: Smart Discovery System for Simultaneous Equation Systemsp. 352
Discovery of Differential Equations from Numerical Datap. 364
Automatic Transaction of Signal via Statistical Modelingp. 375
Empirical Comparison of Competing Query Learning Methodsp. 387
Abstracting a Human's Decision Process by PRISMp. 389
Mechanisms of Self-Organized Renormalizabilityp. 391
An Efficient Tool for Discovering Simple Combinatorial Patterns from Large Text Databasesp. 393
A Similarity Finding System under a Goal Conceptp. 395
Parallel Induction Algorithms for Large Samplesp. 397
Toward Effective Knowledge Acquisition with First Order Logic Inductionp. 399
A Logic of Discoveryp. 401
A Strong Relevant Logic Model of Epistemic Processes in Scientific Discoveryp. 403
Four-Fold Table Calculi for Discovery Sciencep. 405
Parallel Organization Algorithm for Graph Matching and Subgraph Isomorphism Detectionp. 407
Visualizing Semantic Clusters in the Internet Information Spacep. 409
KN on ZK - Knowledge Network on Network Note Pad ZKp. 411
Virtual Integration of Distributed Database by Multiple Agentsp. 413
Development of Some Methods and Tools for Discovering ConceptualKnowledgep. 415
Reducing the Dimensions of Attributes by Selection and Aggregationp. 417
On the Number of Clusters in Cluster Analysisp. 419
Geometric Clustering Models in Feature Spacep. 421
Efficient Mining of Association Rules with Item Constraintsp. 423
GDT-RS: A Probabilistic Rough Induction Approachp. 425
A Constructive Fuzzy NGE Learning Systemp. 427
Composing Inductive Applications Using Ontologies for Machine Learningp. 429
TDDA, a Data Mining Tool for Text Databases: A Case History in a Lung Cancer Text Databasep. 431
Crowww Classification and Retrieval on WWWp. 433
Extracting Knowledge Patterns from Ticket Datap. 435
Automatic Acquisition of Phoneme Models and Its Application to Phoneme Labeling of a Large Size of Speech Corpusp. 437
An Experimental Agricultural Data Mining Systemp. 439
Data Mining Oriented System for Business Applicationsp. 441
Moving Object Recognition Using Wavelets and Learning of Eigenspacesp. 443
Search for New Methods for Assignment of Complex Molecular Spectra and a Program Package for Simulation of Molecular Spectrap. 445
Computer Aided Hypotheses Based Drug Discovery Using CATALYSTRTM and PC GUHA Software Systems (A Case Study of Catechol Analogs Against Malignant Melanoma)p. 447
Knowledge Discovery through the Navigation Inside the Human Bodyp. 449
Application of Discovery Science to Solar-Terrestrial Physicsp. 451
Incorporating a Navigation Tool into a WWW Browserp. 453
Author Indexp. 455
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ISBN: 9783540653905
ISBN-10: 3540653902
Series: Discovery Science : Book 153
Audience: General
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 464
Published: 25th November 1998
Publisher: Springer-Verlag Berlin and Heidelberg Gmbh & Co. Kg
Country of Publication: DE
Dimensions (cm): 23.39 x 15.6  x 2.44
Weight (kg): 0.66