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KI 2003: Advances in Artificial Intelligence : 26th Annual German Conference on AI, KI 2003, Hamburg, Germany, September 15-18, 2003, Proceedings - Andreas Gunter

KI 2003: Advances in Artificial Intelligence

26th Annual German Conference on AI, KI 2003, Hamburg, Germany, September 15-18, 2003, Proceedings

By: Andreas Gunter (Editor), Rudolf Kruse (Editor), Bernd Neumann (Editor)

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The German Conference on Arti?cial Intelligence is a traditional and unique yearly event which brings together the German AI community and an increasing numberofinternationalguests.WhilenotasoldasIJCAI(which?rsttookplace in 1969), KI2003 marks a tradition which o?cially began in 1975 with a wor- hop of the working group "Kunstlic ยจ he Intelligenz" of GI. Actually, there was one important AI conference in Germany before this, the "Fachtagung Cognitive Verfahren und Systeme" (Cognitive Methods and Systems) held in Hamburg in April 1973. Thisvolumecontainstheproceedingsofthe26thAnnualGermanConference on Arti?cial Intelligence. For the technical program we had 90 submissions from 22 countries. Out of these contributions 18 papers were accepted for oral pres- tation and 24 papers for poster presentation. The acceptance criteria were set to meet high international standards. Poster presenters were given the additional opportunity to summarize their papers in three minute spotlight presentations. Oral, spotlight as well as the poster presentations were then scheduled in an interesting conference program, summarized in the book you have before you.

Towards Symmetric Multimodality: Fusion and Fission of Speech, Gesture, and Facial Expressionp. 1
Leveraging Metadata Creation for the Semantic Web with CREAMp. 19
Negotiation Technologiesp. 34
Pushing the Limit in Visual Data Exploration: Techniques and Applicationsp. 37
Words at the Right Time: Real-Time Dialogues with the WITAS Unmanned Aerial Vehiclep. 52
The Instance Problem and the Most Specific Concept in the Description Logic EL w.r.t. Terminological Cycles with Descriptive Semanticsp. 64
Satisfiability and Completeness of Converse-PDL Replayedp. 79
Optimality Theory through Default Logicp. 93
Towards a Systematic Account of Different Logic Programming Semanticsp. 105
How to Build a Foundational Ontologyp. 120
The Universal Medical Language System and the Gene Ontology: Some Critical Reflectionsp. 135
Behavioral Knowledge Representation for the Understanding and Creation of Video Sequencesp. 149
Designing Agents with MicroPsi Node Netsp. 164
Conscious Behavior through Reflexive Dialogsp. 179
What Observations Really Tell Usp. 194
A Formal Assessment Result for Fluent Calculus Using the Action Description Language A[subscript k]p. 209
Computing Minimum-Cardinality Diagnoses Using OBDDsp. 224
Presenting Sets of Problem Solutions Conciselyp. 239
Automatic Document Categorization (Interpreting the Performance of Clustering Algorithms)p. 254
A Logical Approach to Data-Driven Classificationp. 267
Spatial Inference - Combining Learning and Constraint Solvingp. 282
Hybrid Approaches for Case Retrieval and Adaptationp. 297
Applied Connectionistic Methods in Computer Vision to Compare Segmented Imagesp. 312
Sequential Learning Algorithm of Neural Networks Systems for Time Seriesp. 327
A k-Winner-Takes-All Classifier for Structured Datap. 342
Continuity of Semantic Operators in Logic Programming and Their Approximation by Artificial Neural Networksp. 355
Bayesian Metanetworks for Modelling User Preferences in Mobile Environmentp. 370
On Identifying Tree-Structured Perfect Mapsp. 385
Bayesian Treatment of Incomplete Discrete Data Applied to Mutual Information and Feature Selectionp. 396
Fusing Probabilistic Information on Maximum Entropyp. 407
A Probabilistic Approach for Dynamic State Estimation Using Visual Informationp. 421
Approaches to Semi-supervised Learning of Fuzzy Classifiersp. 436
Instance-Based Learning of Credible Label Setsp. 450
Self Learning or How to Make a Knowledge Base Curious about Itselfp. 465
Tolerance Spaces and Approximative Representational Structuresp. 475
Planning in Answer Set Programming Using Ordered Task Decompositionp. 490
The Process Semantics Based Reasoning about Continuous Changep. 505
A Flexible Meta-solver Framework for Constraint Solver Collaborationp. 520
Tripartite Line Tracks - Bipartite Line Tracksp. 535
Consistent 3D Model Construction with Autonomous Mobile Robotsp. 550
Who Can Connect in RCC?p. 565
An Arrangement Calculus, Its Complexity and Algorithmic Propertiesp. 580
Multimodal User State Recognition in a Modern Dialogue Systemp. 591
Tailoring the Presentation of Plans to Users' Knowledge and Capabilitiesp. 606
An Agents' Definition Framework and a Methodology for Deriving Agents' Taxonomiesp. 618
A Multimodal Fission Approach with a Presentation Agent in the Dialog System SmartKomp. 633
Monitoring Agents Using Declarative Planningp. 646
Author Indexp. 661
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ISBN: 9783540200598
ISBN-10: 3540200592
Series: Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence
Audience: Professional
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 668
Published: 9th September 2003
Publisher: Springer-Verlag Berlin and Heidelberg Gmbh & Co. Kg
Country of Publication: DE
Dimensions (cm): 23.5 x 15.5  x 3.45
Weight (kg): 2.07