Riichiro Mizoguchi, John K. Slaney (Eds.):
PRICAI 2000, Topics in Artificial Intelligence, 6th Pacific Rim International Conference on Artificial Intelligence, Melbourne, Australia, August 28 - September 1, 2000, Proceedings.
Lecture Notes in Computer Science 1886 Springer 2000, ISBN 3-540-67925-1
Logic and Foundations of AI
Induction and Logic Programming
, Akimichi Okuma
: An Algorithm for Checking Dependencies of Attributes in a Table with Non-deterministic Information: A Rough Sets Based Approach.
Grace W. Rumantir
: Tropical Cyclone Intensity Forecasting Model: Balancing Complexity and Goodness of Fit.
Beliefs and Intentions in Agents
, Fred Frost
: Need for Optimisation Techniques to Select Neural Network Algorithms for Process Modelling of Reduction Cell.
, Vishi Karri
: Productivity Improvements through Prediction of Electrolyte Temperature in Aluminium Reduction Cell Using BP Neural Network.
Markov Decision Processes
: Generating Hierarchical Structure in Reinforcement Learning from State Variables.
Image Processing and Pattern Recognition
: Sub-pixel Precise Edge Localization: A ML Approach Based on Color Distributions.
, Yan Guo
: Feature-Based Face Recognition: Neural Network Using Recognition-by-Recall.
, Pengfei Shi
: Segmentation of Connected Handwritten Chinese Characters Based on Stroke Analysis and Background Thinning.
, Y. Lee
: A Framework of Two-Stage Combination of Multiple Recognizers for Handwritten Numerals.
Natural Language Processing
Speech and Spoken Language
: Statistical Model Based Approach to Spoken Language Acquisition.
AI in Web Technology
AI and Music
: A Lightweight Multi-agent Musical Beat Tracking System.
: Method of Ideal Solution in Fuzzy Set Theory and Multicriteria Decision Making.
: Markov Modelling of Simple Directional Features for Effective and Efficient Handwriting Verification.
: Automatic Development of Robot Behaviour Using Monte Carlo Methods.
: Framework of Distributed Simulation System for Multi-agent Environment.
: Deterministic Japanese Word Segmentation by Decision List Method.
: The Role of Abduction in Internet-Based Applications.