The Specialist Group on Artificial Intelligence
AI-2017: The Thirty-seventh SGAI International Conference
Cambridge, UK, 12th-14th December 2017

Application Stream Papers

Best Application Paper

Cable Belief Networks
A. Ferguson and S. Thompson (BT Labs, UK)

Session A1: Applications of AI

Predicting Dust Storms Using Hybrid Intelligence System
Tariq Saad Al Murayziq and Stelios Kapetanakis (University of Brighton, UK), Miltos Petridis (Middlesex University, UK)

Decision support system for green real-life field scheduling problems
Y.Zhou (Loughborough University, UK), A.Liret (British Telecommunications plc, UK), J.Liu (Loughborough University, UK), E.Ferreyra (University of Essex, UK), R.Rana (Loughborough University, UK), M.Kern (British Telecommunications plc, UK)

Multi-label Classification of Movie Posters into Genres with Rakel ensemble method
M. Ivasic-Kos and M. Pobar (University of Rijeka, Croatia)

Parameter Search for a small swarm of AUVs using Particle Swarm Optimisation
C.Tholen and L.Nolle (Jade University of Applied Sciences, Germany)

Session A2: AI for Healthcare and Recommendation

Towards the Integration of Prescription Analytics into Health Policy and General Practice
B. Cleland, J.G. Wallace, R. Bond, M. Black, M. Mulvenna, D. Rankin (Ulster University, Northern Ireland, UK) and A. Tanney (Analytics Engines, Northern Ireland, UK)

An Ontology to support Knowledge Management in Behaviour-based Healthcare
J. Kingston and N. Charlton (University of Brighton, UK)

Using Semantic Web technologies to underpin the SNOMED CT query language
M Arguello-Casteleiro, D. Tsarkov, B. Parsia and U. Sattler (University of Manchester, UK)

Algorithms and Architecture for Real-time Recommendations at News UK
Dion Bailey and Tom Pajak (News UK, London, UK), Daoud Clarke (Hyperparameter Ltd., London, UK) and Carlos Rodriguez (Kainano Ltd., London, UK).

Session A3: Best Student Paper - Application Stream

Predicting Fraud in Mobile Money Transfer Using Case-Based Reasoning
Adeyinka Adedoyin and Stelios Kapetanakis (University of Brighton, UK), Georgios Samakovitis (University of Greenwich, UK), Miltos Petridis (Middlesex University, UK)

Session A4A: Applications of Machine Learning

Feature Level Ensemble Method for Classifying Multi-media Data
S.Alyahyan and W.Wang (University of East Anglia, UK)

Reliability Based Bayesian Inference for Probabilistic Classification: An Overview of Sampling Schemes
P.Byrnes and F.A. DiazDelaO (University of Liverpool, UK)

Customer Contact Journey Prediction
P.N.Taylor (BT Research & Innovation, UK)

Session A4B: Applications of Neural Networks and Fuzzy Logic

A Better Predictor of Marathon Race Times based on Neural Networks
Dimitris C. Dracopoulos (University of Westminster, UK)

Fuzzy Logic Based Personalized Task Recommendation System for Field Services
A.Mohamed, A.Liret and G.Owusu (BT, UK) A.Bilgin (University of Amsterdam, Netherlands)

Application of Neural Network in Modeling Commuter Choice Behavior with a Novel Fuzzy Access Measure
D.Mishra and A.K.Sarkar (Birla Institute of Technology and Science, UK)

Application Stream Posters

Deep learning for classification of bi-lingual ads in online classifieds
Axel Tidemann (Telenor Research, Trondheim, Norway)

Enhancing Symmetry in GAN Generated Fashion Images
Vishnu Makkapati (Myntra Designs Pvt. Ltd., India), Arun Patro (Indian Institute of Technology, India)

Predicting Service Levels Using Neural Networks
R.Ainslie and J.McCall (Robert Gordon University, UK), S.Shakya (EBTIC, United Arab Emirates), G.Owusu (British Telecom, UK)

Using Machine Learning for Dynamic Multicast Capacity Planning
Vidhyalakshmi Karthikeyan and Detlef Nauck (BT Research & Innovation, UK), Miguel Rio (University College London, UK)

Asynchronous Population-Based Hill Climbing Applied to SPICE Model Generation from EM Simulation Data
Lars Nolle and Jens Werner (Jade University of Applied Sciences, Germany)

The Specialist Group on Artificial Intelligence
AI-2017: The Thirty-seventh SGAI International Conference
Cambridge, UK, 12th-14th December 2017