Advances in Artificial Intelligence

18th Conference of the Canadian Society for Computational Studies of Intelligence, Canadian AI 2005, Victoria, Canada, May 9-11, 2005. Proceedings

  • Balázs Kégl
  • Guy Lapalme
Conference proceedings Canadian AI 2005

Part of the Lecture Notes in Computer Science book series (LNCS, volume 3501)

Also part of the Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence book sub series (LNAI, volume 3501)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
  2. Agents

    1. Adam Milstein
      Pages 1-12
    2. Lingzhong Zhou, Abdul Sattar, Scott Goodwin
      Pages 13-24
    3. Michael Y. K. Cheng, Chris Micacchi, Robin Cohen
      Pages 33-37
    4. Sébastien Paquet, Nicolas Bernier, Brahim Chaib-draa
      Pages 43-47
    5. Eric Beaudry, Froduald Kabanza, Francois Michaud
      Pages 48-52
  3. Constraint Satisfaction and Search

  4. Data Mining

    1. Jeff Long, Michael C. Horsch
      Pages 108-119
    2. Marina Sokolova, Stan Szpakowicz
      Pages 145-157
    3. Alban Grastien, Marie-Odile Cordier, Christine Largouët
      Pages 170-181
    4. Jiayun Guo, Vlado Kešelj, Qigang Gao
      Pages 182-193
    5. Quintin Armour, William Elazmeh, Nour El-Kadri, Nathalie Japkowicz, Stan Matwin
      Pages 194-204
    6. Xin Wang, Howard J. Hamilton
      Pages 205-216
    7. Sung Baik, Jerzy Bala, Ali Hadjarian, Peter Pachowicz, Ran Baik
      Pages 217-221
    8. Wonil Kim, Han-Ku Lee, Jinman Park, Kyoungro Yoon
      Pages 222-226
  5. Knowledge Representation and Reasoning

    1. Ricardo S. Silvestre, Tarcísio H. C. Pequeno
      Pages 232-243
    2. Carlos I. Chesñevar, Ramón F. Brena, Jose L. Aguirre
      Pages 244-256
    3. Eric Neufeld, Sonje Kristtorn
      Pages 257-267
  6. Machine Learning

    1. Liangxiao Jiang, Harry Zhang, Jiang Su
      Pages 280-291
    2. Bin Tang, Michael Shepherd, Malcolm I. Heywood, Xiao Luo
      Pages 292-296
    3. Tianqiang Huang, Xiaolin Qin, Qinmin Wang, Chongcheng Chen
      Pages 302-306
  7. Natural Language

    1. Lyne Da Sylva, Frédéric Doll
      Pages 307-318
    2. David Nadeau, Peter D. Turney
      Pages 319-329
    3. Nabil Abdullah, Richard A. Frost
      Pages 330-341
    4. Ahmed Amrani, Mathieu Roche, Yves Kodratoff, Oriane Matte-Tailliez
      Pages 366-376
    5. Tahar Saidane, Mounir Zrigui, Mohamed Ben Ahmed
      Pages 406-411
    6. Hui Li, Nathalie Japkowicz, Caroline Barrière
      Pages 412-416
    7. Osama El Demerdash, Sabine Bergler, Leila Kosseim, P K Langshaw
      Pages 417-421
    8. Yllias Chali, Maheedhar Kolla
      Pages 422-426
    9. Abderrezak Brahmi, Ahmed Ech-Cherif
      Pages 427-431
    10. Murat Deviren, Khalid Daoudi, Kamel Smaïli
      Pages 432-437
  8. Reinforcement Learning

    1. Sébastien Paquet, Ludovic Tobin, Brahim Chaib-draa
      Pages 450-455

About these proceedings


The 18th conference of the Canadian Society for the Computational Study of Intelligence (CSCSI) continued the success of its predecessors. This set of - pers re?ects the diversity of the Canadian AI community and its international partners. AI 2005 attracted 135 high-quality submissions: 64 from Canada and 71 from around the world. Of these, eight were written in French. All submitted papers were thoroughly reviewed by at least three members of the Program Committee. A total of 30 contributions, accepted as long papers, and 19 as short papers are included in this volume. We invited three distinguished researchers to give talks about their current research interests: Eric Brill from Microsoft Research, Craig Boutilier from the University of Toronto, and Henry Krautz from the University of Washington. The organization of such a successful conference bene?ted from the coll- oration of many individuals. Foremost, we would like to express our apprec- tion to the Program Committee members and external referees, who provided timely and signi?cant reviews. To manage the submission and reviewing process we used the Paperdyne system, which was developed by Dirk Peters. We owe special thanks to Kellogg Booth and Tricia d’Entremont for handling the local arrangementsandregistration.WealsothankBruceSpencerandmembersofthe CSCSI executive for all their e?orts in making AI 2005 a successful conference.


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Editors and affiliations

  • Balázs Kégl
    • 1
  • Guy Lapalme
    • 2
  1. 1.Département d’informatique et de recherche opérationelle, CP 6128 succ. Centre-VilleUniversité de MontréalMontréalCanada
  2. 2.Département d’informatique et de recherche opérationnelleUniversité de Montréal 

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