The 9th Multi-Disciplinary International Workshop on Artificial Intelligence 2015

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Accepted Papers

Full papers

  • 1. Integrating Simplified Inverse Representation and CRC for face recognition. Yingnan Zhao, Xiangjian He, Beijing Chen and Xiaoping Zhao.
  • 2. Parallel Multi-Label Propagation for Overlapping Community Detection in Large-Scale Networks. Rongrong Li, Wenzhong Guo and Kun Guo.
  • 3. Robust Feature Extraction based on Teager-Entropy and Half Spectrum Estimation for Speech Recognition. Jing Dong, Qiang Zhang and Dongsheng Zhou.
  • 4. A Method of Motif Mining based on Backtracking and Dynamic Programming. Xiaoli Song, Changjun Zhou, Bin Wang and Qiang Zhang.
  • 5. Representing Time for the Semantic Web. Sotiris Batsakis, Ilias Tachmazidis and Grigoris Antoniou.
  • 6. On-line monitoring and fault diagnosis of PV array based on BP neural network optimized by Genetic algorithm. Hanwei Lin, Zhicong Chen, Lijun Wu, Peijie Lin and Shuying Cheng.
  • 7. Segmentation of Motion Capture Data Based on Measured MDS and Improved Oblique Space Distance. Dandan Song, Jing Dong and Qiang Zhang.
  • 8. RNA sequences similarities analysis by inner products. Shanshan Xing, Bin Wang, Changjun Zhou and Qiang Zhang.
  • 9. Single-sample Face Recognition Based on WSSRC and Expanding Sample. Zhijing Xu, Li Ye and Xiangjian He.
  • 10. Flotation Surface Bubble Displacement Motion Estimation Based on Phase Correlation Method. Liangqin Chen and Weixing Wang.
  • 11. Study of the sound source signal direction estimation based on MUSIC algorithm. Baohai Yang, Zeliang Liu and Dong Chen.
  • 12. Adaptive Model of Multi-objective Agent Behavior in Real-time Systems. Alexander Alimov and David Moffat.
  • 13. An improved DCT-based JND model based on Textural Feature. Bo Huang, Xiuzhi Yang, Kaixiong Su and Mingkui Zheng.
  • 14. Elitist Quantum-Inspired Differential Evolution based Wrapper for Feature Subset Selection. Vadlamani Srikrishna, Rahul Ghosh, Vadlamani Ravi and Kalyanmoy Deb.
  • 15. Trajectory Planning to Optimize Base Disturbance of 7-DOF Free-Floating Space Manipulator Based on QPSO. Tongtong Hu, Jianxia Zhang and Qiang Zhang.
  • 16. ARP-Miner: Mining Risk Patterns of Android Malware. Yang Wang, Bryan Watson, Jun Zheng and Srinivas Mukkamala.
  • 17. Towards efficiently mining frequent interval-based sequential patterns in time series databases. Phan Thi Bao Tran, Vo Thi Ngoc Chau and Duong Tuan Anh.
  • 18. Markov based Social User Interest Prediction. Dongyun An and Xianghan Zheng.
  • 19. Optimizing ontology learning systems that use heterogeneous sources of evidence. Gerhard Wohlgenannt, Stefan Belk and Katharina Rohrer.
  • 20. Feature-driven Formal Concept Analysis for Malware Hierarchy Construction. Binh T. Nguyen, Doi C. Tran, Tho T. Quan and Hai M. Nguyen.
  • 21. Scanned Document Images Skew Correction Based on Shearlet Transform. Fan Zhang and Yifan Zhang.
  • 22. Classification of German Scripts by Adjacent Local Binary Pattern Analysis of the Coded Text. Darko Brodic, Alessia Amelio and Milena Jevtic.
  • 23. Tracking and Identifying a Changing Appearance Target. Somnuk Phon-Amnuaisuk and Azhan Ahmad.
  • 24. Machine-learning based Routing pre-plan for SDN. Fengqing Chen and Xianghan Zheng.
  • 25. Motion Detection Based on Improved LBP Operator. Peijie Lin, Bochun Zheng, Zhicong Chen, Lijun Wu and Shuying Cheng.
  • 26. A Recommender System for Mobile Commerce based on Relational Learning. Shengnan Chen, Hongyan Qian and Jiayi Gu.
  • 27. Construction of P-Minimal Models using Paraconsistent Relational Model. Badrinath Jayakumar and Rajshekhar Sunderraman.
  • 28. Cognitive robotics. Eric Chown and Wai Yeap.
  • 29. An Agent-oriented Data Sharing and Decision Support Service for Hubei Provincial Care Platform. Liang Xiao.
  • 30. The Study Trend and Application Case of Research and Development Integrated Information Provision System for Small and Medium-sized Companies. Youngkon Lee Lee, Ukhyun Lee and Ukhyun Lee.
  • 31. Boolean Games with Norms. Xin Sun.

Short papers

  • 1. Design history retrieval based structural topology optimization. Jikai Liu and Yongsheng Ma.
  • 2. Data Gathering with Compressive Sensing for Urban Traffic Sensing in Vehicular Networks. Dan Wang, Haifeng Zheng, Xin Chen and Zhonghui Chen.
  • 3. A Combining Dimension Reduction Approach for Cancer Classification. Lijun Han, Changjun Zhou, Bin Wang and Qiang Zhang.
  • 4. iCurate: A Research Data Management System. Shuo Liang, Violeta Holmes, Grigoris Antoniou and Joshua Higgins.
  • 5. Applying Theories and Principles to Analyze e-Health Systems and Applications. Vivian Vimarlund and Weixing Wang.
  • 6. Optimal Rate Control in Wireless Network on Chip (WiNoC). Farhad Rad and Hamid Parvin.
  • 7. Imbalanced Extreme Learning Machine Based on Probability Density Estimation. Jü Yang, Hualong Yu, Xibei Yang and Xin Zuo.
  • 8. A System Architecture for Smart Health Services and Applications. Chen Jiangyong and Zheng Xianghan.
  • 9. On the Complexity of Input/Output Logic. Xin Sun and Agustin Ambrossio.
  • 10. The design and experiment of the leg model based on galvanic coupled intra-body communication. Yueming Gao, Juan Cai, Zhumei Wu and Ming Du.
  • 11. Overlapping and Hierarchical Community Dicovery Based on Spectral Method. Kun Guo, Nanzhou You, Wenzhong Guo and Yuzhong Chen.
  • 12. A Application of NFV Using Machining Learning based on Adaptive and Autoscaling. Kun Li, Xianghan Zheng, Fengqing Chen and Chunming Rong.
  • 13. Online Mining of Vehicle in Camera Videos. Hamid Parvin.
  • 15. Nested Monte-Carlo Search of Multi-Agent Coalitions MechanismWith Constraints. Souhila Arib.

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