Foundations of Intelligent Systems

11th International Symposium, ISMIS’99 Warsaw, Poland, June 8–11, 1999 Proceedings

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ISBN: 978-3-540-65965-5 (Print) 978-3-540-48828-6 (Online)

Table of contents (71 chapters)

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    Applications and research problems of subgroup mining

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    Pages 16-29

    Knowledge discovery in texts: A definition, and applications

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    Semantic ontology tools in IS design

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    Pages 46-55

    Heterogeneous agent systems (Extended abstract)

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    Pages 56-66

    Information systems that Really support decision-making

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    Pages 67-75

    A class of stratified programs in autoepistemic logic of knowledge and belief

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    Pages 76-84

    On-line estimation of matching complexity in first order logic

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    Pages 85-93

    Implementing prioritized logic programming

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    Pages 94-102

    Extending description logics with generalized quantification

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    Pages 103-113

    Machine learning for intelligent document processing: The WISDOM system

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    Pages 114-122

    Concept based retrieval by minimal term sets

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    Pages 123-132

    Querying document bases by content, structure and properties

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    Pages 133-143

    Total knowledge and partial knowledge in logical models of information retrieval

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    Pages 144-153

    Towards a theoretical foundation for cooperating knowledge based systems

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    Pages 154-162

    CINDI: A system for cataloguing, searching, and annotating electronic documents in digital libraries

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    Pages 163-171

    Externalization of human idea and problem description for automatic programming

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    Pages 172-180

    Rough set based data exploration using ROSE system

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    Pages 181-189

    Towards an intelligent system dealing with nuanced information expressed in affirmative or negative forms

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    Pages 190-198

    Logic programs for intelligent web search

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    Pages 199-207

    Representing document content via an object-oriented paradigm

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