By Hiroshi Motoda (auth.), Abdul Sattar, Byeong-ho Kang (eds.)
The Australian Joint convention on synthetic Intelligence sequence is suggested by means of the Australian computing device Society's (ACS) nationwide Committee on man made Intelligence and specialist platforms. It goals at stimulating examine via selling trade and cross-fertilization of principles between diverse branches of man-made intelligence. It additionally presents a standard discussion board for researchers and practitioners in a number of fields of AI to switch new principles and percentage their adventure. This quantity comprises the complaints of the nineteenth Australian Joint convention on synthetic Intelligence (AI 2006) held at Hobart, Australia. AI 2006 acquired a list variety of submissions, a complete of 689 submissions from 35 nations. From those, complete papers 89 (13%), lengthy papers (up to twelve pages) and 70 (10%) brief papers (up to 7 pages) have been permitted for presentation and integrated during this quantity. All complete papers have been reviewed via rounds of checks through at the least self reliant - audience together with Senior application Committee participants. The papers during this quantity provide a sign of contemporary advances in synthetic int- ligence. the subjects coated contain desktop studying, Robotics, AI functions, making plans, brokers, information Mining and data Discovery, Cognition and person Interface, imaginative and prescient and photograph Processing, info Retrieval and seek, AI within the net, wisdom illustration, Knowledge-Based structures, and Neural Networks.
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