BCS SGAI
The Specialist Group on Artificial Intelligence
AI-2018: The Thirty-eighth SGAI International Conference
Cambridge, UK, 11th-13th December 2018
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Papers Accepted for the Technical Stream

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Best Technical Paper

Secure Third Party Data Clustering Using Φ Data: Multi-User Order Preserving Encryption and Super Secure Chain Distance Matrices
Nawal Almutairi (University of Liverpool, UK, and King Saud University, Saudi Arabia), Frans Coenen and Keith Dures (University of Liverpool, UK)

Best Student Technical Paper

The Dreaming Variational Autoencoder for Reinforcement Learning Environments
Per-Arne Andersen, Morten Goodwin, and Ole-Christoffer Granmo (University of Agder, Norway)

T1: Neural Networks

Implementing Rules with Artificial Neurons
Christian Huyck and Dainius Kreivenas (Middlesex University, UK)

Informed Pair Selection for Self-Paced Metric Learning in Siamese Neural Networks
K. Martin, N. Wiratunga, S. Massie and J. Clos (Robert Gordon University, UK)

A Brain-inspired Cognitive System that Mimics the Dynamics of Human Thought
Y. Ji, D. Gamez, C. Huyck (Middlesex University, UK)

Enhancing Human Decision Making for Workforce Optimisation Using A Stacked Auto Encoder Based Hybrid Genetic Algorithm
R. Chimatapu and H. Hagras (University of Essex, UK), A.J. Starkey and G. Owusu (British Telecom, UK)

T2: Planning and Scheduling

A Versatile Executive Based On T-REX For Any Robotic Domain
F.Ropero, P.Muñoz and María D.R-Moreno (University of Alcalá, Spain)

Tuning the discount factor in order to reach average optimality on deterministic MDPs
F.S.Perotto and L.Vercouter (LITIS, INSA, Normandy University, France)

A Strategical Path Planner for UGV-UAV Cooperation in Mars Terrains
F.Ropero, P.Munoz and María D.R-Moreno (University of Alcalá, Spain)

T3: Machine Learning

GEP-based ensemble classifier with drift-detection
J. Jedrzejowicz (University of Gdansk, Poland) P.Jedrzejowicz (Gdynia Maritime University, Poland)

Dynamic process workflow routing using Deep Learning
K. Amin (German Research Center for AI, Germany), S. Kapetanakis (University of Brighton, UK), K.D. Dieter Althoff and A. Dengel (German Research Center for AI, Germany), M. Petridis (Middlesex University, UK)

Technical Steam Posters

Abnormality detection in the cloud using correlated performance metrics
S.McClean, N.Khan and A.Currie (Ulster University, UK), K.Khan (BT Innovate and Design, UK)

Directed Recursion Search: A directed DFS for online pathfinding in random grid-based environments
Paul M. Roberts (Staffordshire University, UK)

Modelling Trust Between Users and AI
Simon G. Thompson (BT Research, UK)

Multi-Criteria Decision Making with Existential Rules using Repair Techniques
N.Karanikolas (University of Patras), M.Croitoru (University of Montpellier), P.Bisquert (INRIA GraphIK, France), C.Kaklamanis (University of Patras, Greece), R.Thomopoulos (INRIA GraphIK, France), and B.Yun (University of Montpellier, France)

GramError: A Quality Metric for Machine Generated Songs
C.Davies, N.Wiratunga and K.Martin (Robert Gordon University, UK)

Computational Complexity Analysis of Decision Tree Algorithms
H.M. Sani, C.Lei, and D.Neagu (University of Bradford, UK)

Forecasting Student`s Preference in E-learning Systems
Paulo Novais, Filipe Gonçalves (University of Minho, Portugal), Dalila Durães (Technical University of Madrid, Spain)

Human Motion Recognition using 3D-Skeleton-Data and Neural Networks
Jan P. Vox, Frank Wallhoff (Jade University of Applied Sciences, Germany)

Autonomous Swarm Agents using Case-based Reasoning
D.O’Connor (Keble College, UK), S.Kapetanakis (University of Brighton, UK), G.Samakovitis (University of Greenwich, UK), M.Floyd (Knexus Research, US), S.Ontañon (Drexel University, US), M.Petridis (Middlesex University, UK)

Papers Accepted for the Application Stream

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Best Application Paper

Beat the Bookmaker – Winning Football Bets with Machine Learning
Johannes Stübinger (Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg, Germany) and Julian Knoll (Technische Hochschule Nürnberg, Germany)

Best Student Application Paper

Generalised Decision Level Ensemble Method for Classifying Multi-media Data
Saleh Alyahyan and Wenjia Wang (University of East Anglia, UK)

A1: Industrial Applications of Artificial Intelligence

Rule-Mining and Clustering in Business Process Analysis
P.N.Taylor and S.Kiss (BT, UK)

Machine Learning in Control Systems: An Overview of the State of the Art
S. Moe, A. M. Rustad and K. G. Hanssen (SINTEF Digital, Norway)

Predicting Fluid Work Demand in Service Organizations Using AI Techniques
Sara AlShizawi, Siddhartha Shakya, Andrzej Stefan Sluzek (Khalifa University, UAE), Russell Ainslie and Gilbert Owusu (BT, UK)

Workforce rostering via metaheuristics
Mary Dimitropoulaki, Mathias Kern, Gilbert Owusu, Alistair McCormick (BT, UK)

A2: Planning and Scheduling in Action

Incorporating Risk in Field Services Operational Planning process
Chenlu Ji, Rupal Mandania, and Jiyin Liu (Loughborough University, UK), Anne Liret (BT, France), Mathias Kern (BT, UK)

A3: Machine Learning in Action

Risk Information Recommendation for Engineering Workers
K. Martin (Robert Gordon University, UK), A. Liret (BT France, France), N. Wiratunga (Robert Gordon University, UK), G. Owusu and M. Kern (BT, UK)

A4: Applications of Machine Learning

Spotting Earnings Manipulation: Using Machine Learning for Financial Fraud Detection
Kumar Rahul, Nandini Seth and Dinesh Kumar U (Indian Institute of Management - Bangalore, India)

Context extraction for aspect-based sentiment analytics: combining syntactic, lexical and sentiment knowledge
Anil Bandhakavi, Nirmalie Wiratunga, Stewart Massie (Robert Gordon University, UK), Rushi Luhar (SentiSum, UK)

Confidence in Random Forest for Performance Optimization
K. Senagi (University of Paris 8, France and Dedan Kimathi University of Technology, Kenya) and N. Jouandeau (University of Paris 8, France)

A5: Applications of Agent Systems and Genetic Algorithms

Designing a Website using a Genetic Algorithm
Lukas Günthermann and John Kingston (University of Brighton, UK)

Regulated Information Sharing and Pattern Recognition for Smart Cities
John Kingston (University of Brighton, UK)

A Middleware to link Lego Mindstorms Robots with 4th Generation language software NetLogo
S.Aslam, W.Faithful, W.Teahan (Bangor University, UK)

Application Stream Posters

A Holistic Metric Approach to Solving the Dynamic Location-Allocation Problem
Reginald Ankrah, Benjamin Lacroix and John McCall (Robert Gordon University, UK), Andrew Hardwick and Anthony Conway (BT, UK)

Identifying Variables to Define Innovator Group in the Healthy Food Industry: A Fuzzy Approach
Pooja Mohanty, Nuria Agell, Monica Casabayo (ESADE Business School, Spain)

Business Process Workflow Mining Using Machine Learning Techniques for the Rail Transport Industry
Eleftherios Bandis and Miltos Petridis (Middlesex University, UK), Stelios Kapetanakis (University of Brighton, UK)

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BCS SGAI
The Specialist Group on Artificial Intelligence
AI-2018: The Thirty-eighth SGAI International Conference
Cambridge, UK, 11th-13th December 2018