Advances in Artificial Intelligence: 27th Canadian by Marina Sokolova, Peter van Beek

By Marina Sokolova, Peter van Beek

This e-book constitutes the refereed court cases of the twenty seventh Canadian convention on man made Intelligence, Canadian AI 2014, held in Montréal, quality controls, Canada, in may perhaps 2014. The 22 usual papers and 18 brief papers offered including three invited talks have been conscientiously reviewed and chosen from ninety four submissions. The papers hide various subject matters inside of AI, akin to: agent structures; AI functions; automatic reasoning; bioinformatics and BioNLP; case-based reasoning; cognitive versions; constraint pride; facts mining; E-commerce; evolutionary computation; video games; details retrieval; wisdom illustration; laptop studying; multi-media processing; traditional language processing; neural nets; making plans; privacy-preserving facts mining; robotics; seek; shrewdpermanent pix; uncertainty; consumer modeling; net applications.

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We also plan to test our approach on other corpora. It is also feasible to test other corpora such as Document Understanding Conference (DUC) data sets since they are standard data sets and have been widely used by many summarization systems. Acknowledgements. We would like to acknowledge and thank the first author’s sponsor Al Baha University, Albaha, Saudi Arabia for funding this research. We would like also to thank Graeme Hirst for his valuable comments on earlier versions of the manuscript.

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