Book Volume 7589 2012

Advances in Artificial Intelligence - SBIA 2012

21th Brazilian Symposium on Artificial Intelligence, Curitiba, Brazil, October 20-25, 2012. Proceedings

ISBN: 978-3-642-34458-9 (Print) 978-3-642-34459-6 (Online)

Table of contents (23 chapters)

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  1. Front Matter

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  2. Chapter 1: Knowledge Representation

    1. Chapter

      Pages 1-11

      On the Development of a Formal Methodology for Knowledge Representation in Defeasible Logic Programming

    2. Chapter

      Pages 12-21

      A Framework for Empirical Evaluation of Belief Change Operators

    3. Chapter

      Pages 22-31

      Sensorimotor Domain Approach for Artificial Autonomous Cognitive Development

    4. Chapter

      Pages 32-41

      A Service-Oriented Architecture for Assisting the Authoring of Semantic Crowd Maps

    5. Chapter

      Pages 42-51

      User-Centric Principles in Automated Decision Making

  3. Chapter 2: Machine Learning

    1. Chapter

      Pages 52-61

      Wearable Computing: Accelerometers’ Data Classification of Body Postures and Movements

    2. Chapter

      Pages 62-71

      Density-Based Pattern Discovery in Distributed Time Series

    3. Chapter

      Pages 72-81

      Filter Approach Feature Selection Methods to Support Multi-label Learning Based on ReliefF and Information Gain

    4. Chapter

      Pages 82-91

      Automatic Analysis of Leishmania Infected Microscopy Images via Gaussian Mixture Models

    5. Chapter

      Pages 92-101

      Link Prediction in Complex Networks Based on Cluster Information

    6. Chapter

      Pages 102-111

      A Parallel Approach to Clustering with Ant Colony Optimization

    7. Chapter

      Pages 112-121

      On the Use of Consensus Clustering for Incremental Learning of Topic Hierarchies

  4. Chapter 3: Machine Learning and Computer Vision

    1. Chapter

      Pages 122-131

      Image Retrieval by Content Based on a Visual Attention Model and Genetic Algorithms

    2. Chapter

      Pages 132-141

      A Symbolic Representation Method to Preserve the Characteristic Slope of Time Series

  5. Chapter 4: Multi Agent Systems

    1. Chapter

      Pages 142-151

      Orchestrating Multiagent Learning of Penalty Games

    2. Chapter

      Pages 152-161

      An Architectural Model for Autonomous Normative Agents

    3. Chapter

      Pages 162-171

      A Coalition Formation Mechanism for Trust and Reputation-Aware Multi-Agent Systems

    4. Chapter

      Pages 172-181

      Profile Recommendation in Communities of Practice Based on Multiagent Systems

  6. Chapter 5: Robotic and Language

    1. Chapter

      Pages 182-191

      Knowledge-Intensive Word Disambiguation via Common-Sense and Wikipedia

    2. Chapter

      Pages 192-201

      Context-Sensitive ASR for Controlling the Navigation of Mobile Robots

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