The Specialist Group on Artificial Intelligence
AI-2012: The Thirty-second SGAI International Conference
Cambridge, UK, 11th-13th December 2012
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Papers Accepted for the Technical Stream

Best Refereed Paper

Biologically inspired speaker verification using Spiking Self-Organising Map
Tariq Tashan, Tony Allen and Lars Nolle (Nottingham Trent University, UK)

Session T1: Data Mining (Chair: Prof. Miltos Petridis, University of Brighton)

Parallel Random Prism: A Computationally Efficient Ensemble Learner for Classification
Frederic Stahl (Bournemouth University, UK), David May and Max Bramer (University of Portsmouth, UK)

Questionnaire Free Text Summarisation Using Hierarchical Classification
M. Garcia-Constantino, F. Coenen, P. Noble and A. Radford (University of Liverpool, UK)

Mining Interesting Correlated Contrast Sets
Mondelle Simeon, Robert J. Hilderman and Howard J. Hamilton (University of Regina, Canada)

Session T2: Data Mining and Machine Learning (Chair: Prof. Adrian Hopgood, Sheffield Hallam University)

Using Chunks to Categorise Chess Positions
P.C.R. Lane (University of Hertfordshire, UK) and F. Gobet (Brunel University, UK)

eRules: A Modular Adaptive Classification Rule Learning Algorithm for Data Streams
Frederic Stahl (Bournemouth University, UK), Mohamed Medhat Gaber (University of Portsmouth, UK), Manuel Martín Salvador (Bournemouth University, UK)

A Geometric Moving Average Martingale method for detecting changes in data streams
Xiangzeng Kong, Yaxin Bi and David H.Glass (University of Ulster, UK)

Session T3: Planning and Optimisation (Chair: Dr. Gilbert Owusu, BT)

S-Theta*: low steering path-planning algorithm
P. Muñoz and M.D. R-Moreno (Universidad de Alcalá, Spain)

Comprehensive Parent Selection-based Genetic Algorithm
Hamid Ali (National University of Computer and Emerging Sciences, Pakistan), Farrukh Aslam Khan (King Saud University, Saudi Arabia)

Run-Time Analysis of Classical Path-Planning Algorithms
P. Muñoz, D.F. Barrero and M.D. R-Moreno (Universidad de Alcalá, Spain)

Session T4: Knowledge Management and Prediction (Chair: Dr. Sid Shakya, BT)

A Hybrid Model for Business Process Event Prediction
Mai Le and Bogdan Gabrys (University of Bournemouth, UK), Detlef Nauck (BT, UK)

A Generic Platform for Ontological Query Answering
Bruno Paiva Lima da Silva (Université Montpellier II, France), Jean-Francois Baget (INRIA, France), Madalina Croitoru (Université Montpellier II, France)

Multi-Agent Knowledge Allocation
S.Rudolph (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany), M.Croitoru (Université Montpellier II, France)

Short Papers Accepted for Technical Stream (poster presentation)

A Comparison of Machine Learning Techniques for Recommending Search Experiences in Social Search
Zurina Saaya, Markus Schaal, Maurice Coyle, Peter Briggs and Barry Smyth (University College Dublin, Ireland)

A Cooperative Multi-objective Optimization Framework based on Dendritic Cells Migration Dynamics
N.M.Y. Lee and H.Y.K. Lau (The University of Hong Kong, HKSAR)

R U :-) or :-( ? Character- vs. Word-Gram Feature Selection for Sentiment Classification of OSN Corpora
Ben Blamey, Tom Crick and Giles Oatley (Cardiff Metropolitan University, UK)

Predicting Multi-class Customer Profiles Based on Transactions: a Case Study in Food Sales
E. Apeh, I. Zliobaite (Bournemouth University, UK), M. Pechenizkiy (Eindhoven University of Technology, The Netherlands) and B. Gabrys (Bournemouth University, UK)

Controlling Anytime Scheduling of Observation Tasks
J. W. Baxter, J. Hargreaves, N. A. Hawes and R. Stolkin (University of Birmingham, UK)

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The Specialist Group on Artificial Intelligence
AI-2012: The Thirty-second SGAI International Conference
Cambridge, UK, 11th-13th December 2012