Modern Approaches in Applied Intelligence: 24th International Conference on Industrial Engineering and Other Applications of Applied Intelligent Systems, IEA/AIE 2011, Syracuse, NY, USA, June 28 - July 1, 2011, Proceedings, Part I

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The two volume set LNAI 6703 and LNAI 6704 constitutes the thoroughly refereed conference proceedings of the 24th International Conference on Industrial Engineering and Other Applications of Applied Intelligent Systems, IEA/AIE 2011, held in Syracuse, NY, USA, in June/July 2011.
The total of 92 papers selected for the proceedings were carefully reviewed and selected from 206 submissions. The papers cover a wide number of topics including feature extraction, discretization, ...

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Overview

The two volume set LNAI 6703 and LNAI 6704 constitutes the thoroughly refereed conference proceedings of the 24th International Conference on Industrial Engineering and Other Applications of Applied Intelligent Systems, IEA/AIE 2011, held in Syracuse, NY, USA, in June/July 2011.
The total of 92 papers selected for the proceedings were carefully reviewed and selected from 206 submissions. The papers cover a wide number of topics including feature extraction, discretization, clustering, classification, diagnosis, data refinement, neural networks, genetic algorithms, learning classifier systems, Bayesian and probabilistic methods, image processing, robotics, navigation, optimization, scheduling, routing, game theory and agents, cognition, emotion, and beliefs.

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Section 1 Incremental Clustering and Novelty Detection Techniques and Their Application to Intelligent Analysis of Time Varying Information

Classification Model for Data Streams Based on Similarity Dayrelis Mena Torres Jesús Aguilar Ruiz Yanet Rodríguez Sarabia 1

Comparison of Artificial Neural Networks and Dynamic Principal Component Analysis for Fault Diagnosis Juan Carlos Tudón-Martínez Ruben Morales-Menendez Luis Garza-Castañ ón Ricardo Ramirez-Mendoza 10

Comparative Behaviour of Recent Incremental and Non-incremental Clustering Methods on Text: An Extended Study Jean-Charles Lamirel Raghvendra Mall Mumtaz Ahmad 19

Section 2 Bayesian and Probabilistic Networks

Fault Diagnosis in Power Networks with Hybrid Bayesian Networks and Wavelets Luis Eduarda Garza Castañ ón Deneb Robles Guillén Ruben Morales-Menendez 29

Learning Temporal Bayesian Networks for Power Plant Diagnosis Pablo Hernandez-Leal L. Enrique Sucar Jesus A. Gonzalez Eduardo F. Morales Pablo H. Ibarguengoytia 39

On the Fusion of Probabilistic Networks Salem Benferhat Faiza Titouna 49

Section 3 Methodologies

Basic Object Oriented Genetic Programming Tony White Jinfei Fan Franz Oppacher 59

Inferring Border Crossing Intentions with Hidden Markov Models Gurmeet Singh Kishan.G. Mehrotra Chilukuri K. Mohan Thyagaraju Damarla 69

A Framework for Autonomous Search in the Eclipsee Solver Broderick Crawford Ricardo Soto Mauricio Montecinos Carlos Castro Eric Monfroy 79

Multimodal Representations, Indexing, Unexpectedness and Proteins Eric Paquet Herna Lydia Viktor 85

A Generic Approach for Mining Indirect Association Rules in Data Streams Wen-Yang Lin Yon-En Wei Chun-Hao Chen 95

Status Quo Bias in Configuration Systems Monika Mandl Alexander Felfernig Juha Tiihonen Klaus Isak 105

Improvement and Estimation of Prediction Accuracy of Soft Sensor Models Based on Time Difference Hiromasa Kaneko Kimito Funatsu 115

Network Defense Strategies for Maximization of Network Survivability Frank Yeong-Sung Lin Hong-Hsu Yen Pei-Yu Chen Ya-Fang Wen 125

PryGuard: A Secure Distributed Authentication Protocol for Pervasive Computing Environment Chowdhury Hasan Mohammad Adibuzzaman Ferdaus Kawsar Munirul Haque Sheikh Iqbal Ahamed 135

Section 4 Feature Extraction, Discretization, Clustering, Quantization, and Data Refinement

A Global Unsupervised Data Discretization Algorithm Based on Collective Correlation Coefficient An Zeng Qi-Gang Gao Dan Pan 146

A Heuristic Data-Sanitization Approach Based on TF-IDF Tzung-Pei Hong Chun-Wei Lin Kuo-Tung Yang Shyue-Liang Wang 156

Discovering Patterns for Prognostics: A Case Study in Prognostics of Train Wheels Chunsheng Yang Sylvain Létourneau 165

Section 5 Applications of Artificial Intelligence

Automating the Selection of Stories for AI in the News Liang Dong Reid G. Smith Bruce G. Buchanan 176

Diagnosability Study of Technological Systems Michel Batteux Philippe Dague Nicolas Rapin Philippe Fiani 186

Using Ensembles of Regression Trees to Monitor Lubricating Oil Quality Andres Bustillo Alberto Villar Eneko Gorritxategi Susana Ferreiro Juan J. Rodríguez 199

Section 6 Image Processing and Other Applications

Image Region Segmentation Based on Color Coherence Quantization Guang-Nan He Yu-Bin Yang Yao Zhang Yang Gao Lin Shang 207

Image Retrieval Algorithm Based on Enhanced Relational Graph Guang-Nan He Yu-Bin Yang Ning Li Yao Zhang 220

Prediction-Oriented Dimensionality Reduction of Industrial Data Sets Maciej Grzenda 232

Informative Sentence Retrieval for Domain Specific Terminologies Jia-Ling Koh Chin-Wei Cho 242

Section 7 Intelligent Techniques for Document Processing

Factoring Web Tables David W. Embley Mukkai Krishnamoorthy George Nagy Sharad Seth 253

Document Analysis Research in the Year 2021 Daniel Lopresti Bart Lamiroy 264

Markov Logic Networks for Document Layout Correction Stefano Ferilli Teresa M.A. Basile Nicola Di Mauro 275

Extracting General Lists from Web Documents: A Hybrid Approach Fabio Fumarola Tim Weninger Rick Barber Donato Malerba Jiawei Han 285

Section 8 Modeling and Support of Cognitive and Affective Human Processes

Towards a Computational Model of the Self-attribution of Agency Koen Hindriks Pascal Wiggers Catholijn Jonker Willem Haselager 295

An Agent Model for Computational Analysis of Mirroring Dysfunctioning in Autism Spectrum Disorders Yara van der Laan Jan Treur 306

Multi-modal Biometric Emotion Recognition Using Classifier Ensembles Ludmila I. Kuncheva Thomas Christy Iestyn Pierce Sa'ad P. Mansoor 317

Towards a Fully Computational Model of Web-Navigation Saraschandra Karanam Herre van Oostendorp Bipin Indurkhya 327

Section 9 Robotics and Navigation

Stairway Detection Based on Single Camera Motion Stereo Danilo Cáceres Hernández Taeho Kim Kang-Hyun Jo 338

Robot with Two Ears Listens to More than Two Simultaneous Utterances by Exploiting Harmonic Structures Yasuharu Hirasawa Toru Takahashi Tetsuya Ogata Hiroshi G. Okuno 348

Author Index 359

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