Intelligent Data Engineering and Automated Learning -- IDEAL 2003: 4th International Conference, Hong Kong, China, March 21-23, 2003, Revised Papers

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This book constitutes the throughly refereed post-proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Intelligent Data Engineering and Automated Learning, IDEAL 2003, held in Hong Kong, China in March 2003.
The 164 revised papers presented were carefully reviewed and selected from 321 submissions; for inclusion in this post-proceedings another round of revision was imposed. The papers are organized in topical sections an agents, automated learning, bioinformatics, data mining, ...

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Overview

This book constitutes the throughly refereed post-proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Intelligent Data Engineering and Automated Learning, IDEAL 2003, held in Hong Kong, China in March 2003.
The 164 revised papers presented were carefully reviewed and selected from 321 submissions; for inclusion in this post-proceedings another round of revision was imposed. The papers are organized in topical sections an agents, automated learning, bioinformatics, data mining, multimedia information, and financial engineering.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9783540405504
  • Publisher: Springer-Verlag New York, LLC
  • Publication date: 9/17/2003
  • Series: Lecture Notes in Computer Science Series , #2690
  • Edition description: REV
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 1162
  • Product dimensions: 6.10 (w) x 9.20 (h) x 1.60 (d)

Table of Contents

A Two-Stage Bayesian Network for Effective Development of Conversational Agent 1
Intelligent Agent Technology in E-commerce 10
Connected Replicator Dynamics and Their Control in a Learning Multi-agent System 18
Agent-Based Modeling of Efficient Markets 27
Agent Compromises in Distributed Problem Solving 35
A Multi-agent System for Emergency Decision Support 43
The Artificial Ecosystem: A Multiagent Architecture 52
Noise Correction in Genomic Data 60
Gradient Based Method for Symmetric and Asymmetric Multiagent Reinforcement Learning 68
Revocable Anonymity of Undeniable Signature Scheme 76
Learning Classifier System for Generating Various Types of Dialogues in Conversational Agent 84
An Enhanced Security Model for Mobile Agent System 89
A Ring-Based Architectural Model for Middle Agents in Agent-Based System 94
Belief Revision for Adaptive Recommender Agents in E-commerce 99
Managing Fault Tolerance Information in Multi-agents Based Distributed Systems 104
Agent-Based Layered Intelligent Information Integration System Using Ontology and Metadata Registry 109
Fluctuation in Multi-agent System of Supermarket Chain Network 114
A Self-Organizing Channel Assignment Algorithm: A Cellular Learning Automata Approach 119
Learning from Average Experience 127
The Inductive Inverse Kinematics Algorithm for Manipulating the Posture of an Articulated Body 135
A Fast Implementation of Radial Basis Function Networks with Application to Time Series Forecasting 143
On the Effects of Outliers on Evolutionary Optimization 151
Initialising Self-Organising Maps 161
On the Comparisons between RLSA and CLA for Solving Arbitrary Linear Simultaneous Equations 169
Exploiting Heterogeneous Features for Classification Learning 177
Locally Balanced Incremental Hierarchical Discriminant Regression 185
A Comparative Study of Several Cluster Number Selection Criteria 195
Automating Stock Prediction with Neural Network and Evolutionary Computation 203
Estimation of Diffusion Parameters by a Nonparametric Drift Function Model 211
Temporal Difference Coding in Reinforcement Learning 218
Combination of Linear and General Regression Neural Network for Robust Short Term Financial Prediction 228
Generating Explicit Self-Organizing Maps by Information Maximization 236
A Clustering Approach to the Vision-Based Interface for Interactive Computer Games 246
Evolution at Learning: How to Promote Generalization? 254
Automatic Extraction of Moving Objects Using Distributed Genetic Algorithms 262
The Approach for Data Warehouse to Answering Spatial OLAP Queries 270
A Hybrid Search Algorithm of Ant Colony Optimization and Genetic Algorithm Applied to Weapon-Target Assignment Problems 278
Detecting Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) Attacks through Inductive Learning 286
Dynamic Construction of Category Hierarchy Using Fuzzy Relational Products 296
Evolution Strategies with a Fourier Series Auxiliary Function for Difficult Function Optimization 303
AD+Tree: A Compact Adaptation of Dynamic AD-Trees for Efficient Machine Learning on Large Data Sets 313
Evolvable Hardware Using Genetic Programming 321
Minimal Addition-Subtraction Sequences for Efficient Pre-processing in Large Window-Based Modular Exponentiation Using Genetic Algorithms 329
Hybrid Recommendation: Combining Content-Based Prediction and Collaborative Filtering 337
A Tolerance Concept in Data Clustering 345
Power Control and Evolutionary Computation in CDMA Cellular Radio Networks 353
A Novel Multiobjective Evolutionary Algorithm Based on Min-Max Strategy 361
Dynamics of Gradient-Based Learning and Applications to Hyperparameter Estimation 369
Nonlinear Multidimensional Data Projection and Visualisation 377
Comparative Study between Radial Basis Probabilistic Neural Networks and Radial Basis Function Neural Networks 389
On Hadamard-Type Output Coding in Multiclass Learning 397
An Adaptive Uniform Fractional Guard Channel Algorithm: A Learning Automata Approach 405
Empirical Comparison between Two Computational Strategies for Topological Self-Organization 410
A Novel Orthogonal Simulated Annealing Algorithm for Optimization of Electromagnetic Problems 415
Diversity Control to Improve Convergence Rate in Genetic Algorithms 421
A Perception Evaluation Scheme for Steganography 426
Clustering Individuals in Non-vector Data and Predicting: A Novel Model-Based Approach 431
A Fuzzy Multi-criteria Decision Model for Information System Security Investment 436
Blind Equalization Using RBF and HOS 442
A Guided Monte Carlo Approach to Optimization Problems 447
Editing and Training for ALVOT, an Evolutionary Approach 452
Consensus-Based Adaptive Interface Construction for Multiplatform Web Applications 457
Portfolio Management for Pension Funds 462
Multiple Ant Colony Optimization for Load Balancing 467
Exploring Memory Access Regularity in Pointer-Intensive Application Programs 472
Nonlinear Dimension Reduction via Local Tangent Space Alignment 477
System for Intelligent Processing and Recognition of Auditory Brainstem Response (ABR) Signals 482
Protein Structure Modeling Using a Spatial Model for Structure Comparison 490
DNA Algorithms for Rough Set Analysis 498
Imput Selection and Rule Generation in Adaptive Neuro-fuzzy Inference System for Protein Structure Prediction 514
Quantification of Human Brain Metabolites from In Vivo [superscript 1]H NMR Magnitude Spectra Using Self-Organising Maps 522
Probability Model Type Sufficiency 530
Higher-Order Hidden Markov Models with Applications to DNA Sequences 535
Classification of the Risk Types of Human Papillomavirus by Decision Trees 540
An Effective Rough Set-Based Method for Text Classification 545
Abrupt Shot Change Detection Using Multiple Features and Classification Tree 553
On a Lip Print Recognition by the Pattern Kernel with Multi-resolution Architecture 561
A XML-Based Data Communication Solution for Program Mining 569
Improving the Efficiency of Frequent Pattern Mining by Compact Data Structure Design 576
Extraction of Dynamic User Behaviors from Web Logs 584
SEMIR: Semantic Indexing and Retrieving Web Document Using Rhetorical Structure Theory 596
Generating Representative from Clusters of Association Rules on Numeric Attributes 605
Grid-Based Indexing for Large Time Series Databases 614
E.Coli Search: Self Replicating Agents for Web Based Information Retrieval 622
An Efficient Mining Method for Incremental Updation in Large Databases 630
Selectivity Estimation for Optimizing Similarity Query in Multimedia Databases 638
Related Factors of Document Classification Performance in a Highly Inflectional Language 645
Customer Loyalty on Recurring Loans 653
Convolution Kernels for Outliers Detection in Relational Data 661
Association Rule Mining Algorithms for Set-Valued Data 669
A Data Mining Based Intrusion Detection Model 677
Semantics Based Information Retrieval Using Conceptual Indexing of Documents 685
Experiences of Using a Quantitative Approach for Mining Association Rules 693
Global B+ Tree Indexing in Parallel Database Systems 701
Efficient Execution of Parallel Aggregate Data Cube Queries in Data Warehouse Environments 709
An Optimal Approach to Mining Boolean Functions from Noisy Data 717
Beyond Supervised Learning of Wrappers for Extracting Information from Unseen Web Sites 725
Metasearch via Voting 734
Peculiarity Oriented Mining in Multiple Human Brain Data 742
Automatic Classification and Clustering of Caenorhabditis Elegans Using a Computer Vision System 751
A Concept-Based Inter-lingua and Its Applications to Multilingual Text and Web Mining 756
Flexible Decision Trees in a General Data-Mining Environment 761
Developing a Directory of Search Engines for Meta-searching 768
A Unified, Adjustable, and Extractable Biological Data Mining-Broker 773
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