Advances in Artificial Intelligence: 19th Conference of the by Luc Lamontagne, Mario Marchand

By Luc Lamontagne, Mario Marchand

This ebook constitutes the refereed lawsuits of the nineteenth convention of

the Canadian Society for  Computational stories of Intelligence, Canadian

AI 2006, held in Québec urban, Québec, Canada in June 2006.

The forty seven revised complete papers offered have been conscientiously reviewed and chosen

from 220 submissions. The papers are geared up in topical sections on

agents, bioinformatics, constraint pride and disbursed seek,

knowledge illustration and reasoning, ordinary language, reinforcement

learning and, supervised and unsupervised learning.

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We compare the performance of both algorithms in terms of number of partitions generated and elapsed time of generating best coalition structures. In each round, the agents number increases by 5. The number of goods and resources are equal, begins from 3 and increases by 1 in every 2 rounds. The technology matrix, agents’ resources and cooperation costs among agents are randomly generated with uniform distribution. The number of each resource αij in the technology matrix is in the range 0 − 10.

1. Constraints of on-the-fly web and mobile map generation Due to the large number of constraints and the time-consuming character of spatial processing, it is important to prioritize the issues to be tackled. In the scope of this paper, we are particularly interested in finding ways to improve on-the-fly web and mobile map generation in terms of personalization and data generation and transfer. 3 Knowledge-Based Approaches for On-the-Fly Map Generation For a long time, new maps used to be generated automatically from existing data using algorithmic approaches that apply independent transformations to spatial objects.

Generating coalition structures with finite bound from the optimal guarantees. In: Third International Joint Conference on Autonomous Agents and Multiagent Systems - Volume 2 (AAMAS’04), pp. 564-571. (2004) 9. : A distributed algorithm for coalition formation in linear production domain. In: Proceedings of ICEIS 06. (2006) 10. : A distributed branch-and-bound algorithm for computing optimal coalition structures. In: Proceedings of the 4th Hellenic Conference on Artificial Intelligence. (2006) 11.

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