Autonomous Intelligent Systems: Agents and Data Mining: International Workshop, AIS-ADM 2005 / Edition 1

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Overview

This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the International Workshop on Autonomous Intelligent Systems: Agents and Data Mining, AIS-ADM 2005, held in St. Petersburg, Russia in June 2005.

The 17 revised full papers presented together with 5 invited papers and the abstract of an invited talk were carefully reviewed and selected from 29 submissions. The papers are organized in topical sections on agent-based data mining issues, ontologies and Web mining, and applications and case studies.

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Invited Papers.- Negotiation Technologies.- Knowledge Discovery for Training Intelligent Agents: Methodology, Tools and Applications.- Artificial Immune Systems—An Emergent Technology for Autonomous Intelligent Systems and Data Mining.- Evolving Agents: Communication and Cognition.- Agents and Data Mining: Mutual Enhancement by Integration.- Soft-Device Inheritance in the Knowledge Grid.- Agent Based Data Mining Issues.- Towards the Adaptive Organization: Formation and Conservative Reconfiguration of Agents Coalitions.- A Cooperative Multi-agent Data Mining Model and Its Application to Medical Data on Diabetes.- Technology of Agent-Based Decision Making System Development.- An Architecture for Distributed Agent-Based Data Preprocessing.- Meta-reasoning Methods for Agent’s Intention Modelling.- Execution Engine of Meta-learning System for KDD in Multi-agent Environment.- A Methodology for Predicting Agent Behavior by the Use of Data Mining Techniques.- Ontology and Web Mining.- Topic-Specific Text Filtering Based on Multiple Reducts.- Parallel Algorithm for Mining Frequent Closed Sequences.- Decision Trees Capacity and Probability of Misclassification.- Querying Dynamic and Context-Sensitive Metadata in Semantic Web.- Ontology Issue in Multi-agent Distributed Learning.- Ontology-Based Users and Requests Clustering in Customer Service Management System.- Multi-agent Approach for Community Clustering Based on Individual Ontology Annotations.- Applications and Case Studies.- Effective Discovery of Intrusion Protection Strategies.- Integrating Knowledge Through Cooperative Negotiation – A Case Study in Bioinformatics.- Data Mining Techniques for RoboCup Soccer Agents.

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