Advances in Artificial Intelligence: 17th Conference of the by Ahmed Y. Tawfik, Scott D. Goodwin

By Ahmed Y. Tawfik, Scott D. Goodwin

This ebook constitutes the refereed complaints of the seventeenth convention of the Canadian Society for Computational reports of Intelligence, Canadian AI 2004, held in London, Ontario, Canada in could 2004. The 29 revised complete papers and 22 revised brief papers have been rigorously reviewed and chosen from a hundred and five submissions. those papers are awarded including the prolonged abstracts of 14 contributions to the graduate scholars' tune. the entire papers are geared up in topical sections on brokers, traditional language processing, studying, constraint delight and seek, wisdom illustration and reasoning, uncertainty, and neural networks.

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