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PRICAI PAPERS

Paper Presenter ID
Paper Title
Authors
PA017
Constrained Ant Colony Optimization for Data Clustering Jeng-Shyang Pan,
Shu-Chuan Chu,
John F. Roddick,
Che-Jen Su
PA028
Discontinuity Enhancement Using Fuzziness in DCT Blocks TaeYong Kim,
Jong Soo Choi
PA035
Elastic Learning Rate on Error Backpropagation of Online Update Tae-Seung Lee,
Ho-Jin Choi
PA043
Vision technique for the recognition of billet characters in the steel plant Jong-hak Lee,
Sang-Gug Park,
Soo-joong Kim 
PA060
Learning Dynamics of Neural Networks with Singularity - Standard Gradient vs. Natural Gradient Hyeyoung Park,
Masato Inoue,
Masato Okada
PA061
What Concrete Things Does Fuzzy Propositional Logic Describe? Paul Snow
PA072
Synergism in Color Image Segmentation Yuzhong Wang,
Jie Yang,
Peng Ningsong 
PA076
Face Recognition using Direct-Weighted LDA Dake Zhou,
Xin Yang
PA083
Speaker Identification Based on Log Area Ratio and Gaussian Mixture Models in Narrow-Band Speech David Chow,
Waleed [H.] Abdulla
PA089
Ontology Services-Based Information Integration in Mining Telecom Business Intelligence Longbing Cao,
Chao Luo,
Dan Luo,
Li Liu
PA090
Extended Nearest Feature Line Classifier Yonglei Zhou,
Changshui Zhang,
Jingchun Wang
PA095
Improvement of language models using dual-source backoff Sehyeong Cho
PA098
A Kernel-based Case Retrieval Algorithm with Application to Bioinformatics Yan Fu,
Qiang Yang
PA101
Association-rule Based Information Source Selection Hui  Yang,
Minjie Zhang
PA106
Elman’s Recurrent Neural Networks using Resilient Back Propagation for Harmonic Detection Fevzullah Temurtas,
Rustu Gunturkun,
Nejat Yumusak,
Hasan Temurtas, Osman Cerezci
PA107
Agents and Web Services Supported Business Exception Management Minhong Wang,
Huaiqing Wang
PA109
Towards Belief Revision Logic Based Adaptive and Persuasive Negotiation Agents Raymond Y. K. Lau,
Siu Y Chan
PA111
Model Theory for PRS-like Agents: Modelling Belief Update and Action Attempts Wayne Wobcke
PA117
A modified integer-coding genetic algorithm for job shop scheduling problem Chunguo Wu,
Wei Xiang,
Yanchun Liang,
Heow Pueh Lee,
Chunguang Zhou
PA121
A New Collaborative Recommender System Addressing three Problems Byeong Man Kim,
Qing Li,
Jong-Wan Kim,
Jinsoo Kim
PA123
K2: Animated agents that understand speech commands and perform actions Takenobu TOKUNAGA, Kotaro FUNAKOSHI, Hozumi TANAKA
PA126
Complete coverage by mobile robots using slice decomposition based on natural landmarks Sylvia Wong,
Bruce A MacDonald
PA127
A Framework for Fuzzy Rule-based Cognitive Maps M. Shamim Khan, Sebastian W. Khor
PA131
Species Splitting and Merging for Efficient Search in Coevolutionary Algorithm Myung Won Kim,
Joung Woo Ryu
PA133
Automatic Sound-Imitation Word Recognition from Environmental Sounds focusing on Ambiguity Problem in Determining Phonemes Kazushi Ishihara,
Tomohiro Nakatani,
Tetsuya Ogata,
Hiroshi G. Okuno
PA147
Indexing Approach for Delivery Demands with Time Constraints Naoto Mukai,
Jun Feng,
Toyohide Watanabe
PA150
Learning and Integrating Semantics for Image Indexing Joo-Hwee Lim,
Jesse S. Jin
PA152
An Anytime Algorithm for Interpreting Arguments Sarah George,
Ingrid Zukerman,
Michael Niemann
PA154
Building a Case-Based Reasoner for Clinical Decision Support Ian Watson,
Anna V. Wills
PA160
Determination of Usenet News Groups by Fuzzy Inference and Kohonen Network Jong-Wan Kim,
Hee-Jae Kim,
Sin-Jae Kang,
Byeong Man Kim
PA171
An Efficient Approach for Mining Periodic Sequential Access Patterns Baoyao Zhou,
Siu Cheung Hui,
ACM Fong
PA176
Neural Based Steganography V.  Kavitha, K.S. Easwarakumar
PA177
An Integer Programming Model for Optimal Concept Learning  Xiaoshu Hang,
Honghua Dai
PA183
Sifting the Margin  ? An Iterative Empirical Classi?cation Scheme Dan Vance,
Anca Ralescu
PA184
Using evolutionary learning of behavior to find weaknesses in operating systems Jörg Denzinger,
Tim Williams
PA185
An Hierarchical Terrain Representation for Approximately Shortest Paths David Mould,
Michael Horsch
PA187
Distributional Character Clustering for Chinese Text Categorization Xuezhong Zhou,
Zhaohui Wu
PA188
Fast incremental learning of linear model trees Duncan Potts
PA189
Gradient Vector Flow Snake with Embedded Edge Confidence Yuzhong Wang,
Jie Yang
PA192
Optimal Gene Selection for Cancer Classification with Partial Correlation and k-Nearest Neighbor Classifier Si-Ho Yoo,
Sung Bae Cho
PA198
Creative 3D Designs using Interactive Genetic Algorithm with Structured Directed Graph Hyeun-Jeong Min,
Sung-Bae Cho
PA204
Face recognition using enhanced Fisher linear discriminant model with facial combined feature Dake Zhou,
Xin Yang
PA211
Object Boundary Edge Selection for Human Body Tracking Using LOD Canny Edges Tae-Yong Kim,
Jihun Park
Seong-Whan Lee
PA212
A GA-based Fuzzy Decision Tree Approach For Corporate Bond Rating Kyung-shik Shin,
Hyun-jung Kim,
Suhn-beom Kwon
PA213
Applying An Improved Heuristic Based Optimiser to Solve A Set of Challenging University Timetabling Problems: An Experience Report  Vincent TAM,
Jack HO,
Alvin KWAN
PA214
Temporal Linear Logic for Symbolic Agent Negotiation Peep Küngas
PA216
Shape Matching for Robot Mapping Diedrich Wolter,
Longin J. Latecki
PA219
Unsupervised multiscale image segmentation using wavelet domain hidden Markov tree Xu Qing,
Yang Jie,
Ding Siyi,
Zhou Yue
PA223
Medical Tagging with 98, Accuracy Joachim Wermter,
Udo Hahn
PA232
Varieties of Causal Intervention Kevin B. Korb,
Lucas R. Hope,
Ann E. Nicholson,
Karl Axnick
PA238
Multi-agent human-machine dialogue: Issues in dialogue management and referring expression semantics Alistair Knott,
Ian Bayard,
Peter Vlugter
PA243
Covisibility-based Map Learning Method for Mobile Robots Takehisa Yairi
PA249
Approximately Repetitive Structure Detection for Wrapper Induction Xiaoying Gao,
Peter Andreae,
Richard Collins
PA251
Adaptive model for foreground extraction in adverse lighting conditions Stewart Greenhill,
Svetha Venkatesh,
Geoff West
PA259
Polynomial Time Inductive Inference of Ordered Tree Languages with Height-Constrained Variables from Positive Data Yusuke Suzuki,
Takayoshi Shoudai,
Satoshi Matsumoto,
Tetsuhiro Miyahara
PA264
PDA-based Text Localization System Using Client/Server Architecture Anjin Park,
Keechul Jung
PA266
Text Classification using Belief Augmented Frames Colin Keng-Yan Tan
PA268
A Feature Selection for Text Categorization on Research Support System Papits Tomoharu Hasegawa, Toramatsu Shintani, Takayuki Ito, Tadachika Ozono
PA269
Methods of Automatic Algorithm Generation Stuart Bain,
John Thornton,
Abdul Sattar
PA282
Power of Brute-force Search in Strongly-typed Inductive Functional Programming Automation Susumu Katayama
PA283
Neural Network Combines with a Rotational Invariant Feature Set in Texture Classification Yongping Zhang,
Ruili Wang
PA289
Exploiting Unexpressed Genes for Solving Large-Scaled Maximal Covering Problems Taejin Park,
Kwang Ryel Ryu
PA292
Extending Unit Propagation Look-Ahead of DPLL Procedure Anbulagan
PA301
Feature selection for multi-class problems using support vector machines Guo-Zheng Li,
Jie Yang,
Guo-Ping Liu,
Li Xue
PA302
Accelerating Linear Causal Model discovery using Hoeffding Bounds Gang Li,
Honghua Dai,
Yiqing Tu,
Tarkan Kurt
PA303
Probability Based Genetic Programming for Multiclass Object Classification Will Smart,
Mengjie Zhang
PA305
Circuit Consistencies Abdellah IDRISSI,
Ahlem BEN HASSINE
PA306
Solving Over-constrained Temporal Reasoning Problems using Local Search Matthew Beaumont,
John Thornton,
Abdul Sattar,
Michael Maher
PA307
Knowledge-based Interactive Robot: System Architecture and Dialogue Manager Pattara Kiatisevi,
Vuthichai Ampornaramveth,
Haruki Ueno
PA309
InCA: A Mobile Conversational Agent Mohammed Waleed Kadous,
Claude Sammut
PA315
Improvement of Binarization Method Using a Water Flow Model for Document Images with Complex Backgrounds Hyun-Hwa Oh,
Sung-Il Chien
PA316
Answer Set Computation based on a Minimal Model Generation Theorem Prover Yasuyuki Shirai,
Ryuzo Hasegawa
PA321
An Evolutionary Approach to the Design of Cellular Automata Architecture for multiplication in Elliptic Curve Cryptosystems over Finite Fields Jun-Cheol Jeon,
Kee-Young Yoo
PA325
Computational Methods for Identification of Human microRNA Precursors Jin-Wu Nam,
Wha-Jin Lee,
Byoung-Tak Zhang
PA331
Coherent Arrangement of Sentences Extracted from Multiple Newspaper
Articles
Naoaki Okazaki,
Yutaka Matsuo,
Mitsuru Ishizuka
PA332
Beyond Learners’ Interest: Personalized Paper Recommendation Based on Their Pedagogical Features for an E-Learning System Tiffany Ya Tang,
Gordon McCalla
PA339
Prediction of the Risk Types of Human Papillomaviruses by Support Vector Machines Je-Gun Joung,
Sirk June O,
Byoung-Tak Zhang
PA340
Design of Nearest Neighbor Classifiers Using an Intelligent Multi-Objective Evolutionary Algorithm Jian-Hung Chen,
Hung-Ming Chen,
Shinn-Ying Ho
PA341
On the Intended Interpretations of Actions Victor Jauregui,
Maurice Pagnucco,
Norman Foo
PA342
Convex Cover Approximation to Solve Interval Algebra Networks Adilakshmi . T,
Arun K Pujari
PA349
Spatiotemporal Parameter Adaptation in Genetic Algorithm-based Video Segmentation Sin Kuk Kang,
Eun Yi Kim,
Hang Joon Kim
PA350
Object Detection and Removal using Genetic Algorithms Eun Yi Kim,
Keechul Jung
PA357
MSIP: Agents Embodying a Category-based Learning Process for the ITS Tutor to Self-improve Its Instructional Plans Roberto S. Legaspi,
Raymund Sison,
Masayuki Numao
PA374
Multi-objective Evolutionary Probe Design based on Thermodynamic Criteria for HPV Detection In-Hee Lee,
Sun Kim,
Byoung-Tak Zhang
PA385
HeurEAKA - a new approach for adapting GAs to the problem domain. J.P. Bekmann,
A. Hoffmann
PA388
What is a Qualitative Calculus?  A General Framework Gerard Ligozat,
Jochen Renz
PA389
Qualitative Direction Calculi with Arbitrary Granularity Jochen Renz,
Debasis Mitra
PA390
Pronominal Anaphora Resolution using a shallow meaning representation of sentences Hilda Ho,
Kyongho Min,
Wai K. Yeap
PA400
Statistical Pitch Conversion Approaches Based on Korean Accentual Phrases Jong Kuk Kim,
Ki Young Lee,
Myung Jin Bae
PA403
A Modified Incremental Principal Component Analysis for On-line Learning of Feature Space and Classifier Seiichi Ozawa,
Shaoning Pang,
Nikola Kasabov
PA410
Dealing with Inconsistent Secure Messages Qingfeng Chen,
Shichao Zhang
PA412
Is Minimum-Support Appropriate to Identifying Large Itemsets? Shichao Zhang,
Li Liu, Jingli Lu
PA414
 Using Context to Solve the Correspondence Problem in Simultaneous Mapping and Localisation Margaret E. Jefferies, Wenrong Weng,
Jesse T. Baker,
Michael Mayo
PA415
Multi-Agent Interaction Technology for Peer-to-Peer Computing in Electronic Trading Environments  Martin Purvis


PRICAI POSTERS

Partition
1 face per poster presenter
Length of each partition face
1.2 (width) x 2.3 (height)
Size of poster and format
(2 options)
Option 1
2 x A1 posters (horizontal format only)
OR
Option 2
4 x A2 posters (2 vertical formats & 2 horizontal formats)

Poster Session Part 1
12th August ( Thursday) @ 1200 - 1300
Poster
Presenter ID
Paper Title
Authors
PO024
On the Stability of a Dynamic Stochastic Capacity Pricing Scheme for Resource Allocation in a Multi-Agent environment Alain Gaetan N. Anyouzoa,
Theo D`Hondt
PO034
Part-of-Speech Tagging and PP Attachment Disambiguation Using a Boosted Maximum Entropy Model Seong-Bae Park,
Jangmin O,
Sang-Jo Lee
PO046
Solving Pickup and Delivery Problems with Refined Construction and Repair Heuristics Vincent W. Tam,
M.C. Kwan
PO054
Mining Multi-dimensional Data with Visualization Techniques Danyu Liu
PO086
Believability based iterated belief revision Pei Yang,
Yang Gao,
Zhao-Qian Chen,
Shi-Fu Chen
PO093
On Designing a Reduced-Order Fuzzy Observer Behzad Moshiri,
Farhad Besharati,
Reza Dehghani,
Ali Akhavan Bitaghsir
PO122
Factorization-based Projective Reconstruction for Long Un-calibrated Sequences Yoon-Yong Jeong,
Yong-Ho Hwang,
Hyun-Ki Hong
PO138
A Hybrid Algorithm for Combining Forecasting Based on AFTER-PSO Xiaoyue Feng,
Yanchun Liang,
Yanfeng Sun,
H.P. Lee,
C.G. Zhou,
Y.Wang
PO139
A Multi-Strategy Approach for Catalog Integration Ryutaro Ichise,
Masahiro Hamasaki,
Hideaki Takeda
PO163
Some game theory of Pit H.P. van Ditmarsch
PO169
Dynamically Determining Affect during Scripted Dialogue Tony Andrew Meyer
PO173
Knowledge and Argument Transformation for Arguing Mobile Agents Wataru Kawakami,
Hajime Sawamura
PO174
Improving Newsgroup Clustering by Filtering Author-Specific Words Yuval Marom,
Ingrid Zukerman
PO180
Evolving Artificial Ant Systems  to Improve Layouts of Graphical Objects Vincent W. TAM,
Simon  KOO,
Kozo SUGIYAMA
PO181
MASCONTROL: A MAS for System Identification and Process Control  Evelio J. González,
Alberto Hamilton,
Lorenzo Moreno,
Roberto L. Marichal,
Vanessa Muñoz
PO193
Computer Vision Based Acquisition of Mouth Actions for Human-Computer Interaction Gamhewage C. de Silva,
Michael J. Lyons,
Nobuji Tetsutani
PO195
Unsupervised Image Segmentation with Fuzzy Connectedness Yuanjie Zheng,
Jie Yang,
Yue Zhou
PO207
Personalized Image Recommendation in the Mobile Internet Chan Young Kim,
Jae Kyu Lee,
Yoon Ho Cho,
Deok Hwan Kim
PO218
Clustering IP Addresses Using Longest Prefix Matching and Nearest Neighbor Algorithms Asim Karim,
Syed Imran Jami,
Irfan Ahmad,
Mansoor Sarwar,
Zartash Uzmi
PO226
An Intelligent Robot Navigation System Based on  Osama Fathy Hegazy,
Osama Mosaad El Refaie,
Aly Aly Fahmy
PO246
A Fuzzy Clustering Algorithm for Analysis of Gene Expression Profiles Han-Saem Park,
Si-Ho Yoo,
Sung-Bae Cho
PO247
Evaluation of a Boosted Cascade of Haar-like Features in the Presence of Partial Occlusions and Shadows for Real Time Face Detection Andre L. C. Barczak
PO250
Classifying Human Actions using an Incomplete Real-Time Pose Skeleton Patrick Peursum,
Hung H. Bui,
Svetha Venkatesh,
Geoff A.W. West
PO253
Multiclass Support Vector Machines Using Balanced Dichotomization Boonserm Kijsirikul,
Narong Boonsirisumpun,
Yachai Limpiyakorn
PO257
Time Series Pattern Discovery by Segmental Gaussian Models Shuichiro Imahara,
Makoto Sato,
Akihiko Nakase
PO261
A Robust Model for Identifying the Underlying Logical Structure of Natural Language Vasile Rus,
Alex Fit-Florea
PO263
A Reputation-based Trust Model for Agent Societies Yuk-Hei Lam,
Zili Zhang,
Kok-Leong Ong
PO265
A Model of Rhetorical Structure Analysis of Japanese Texts and its Application to Intelligent Text Processing: A Case for a Smart Help System Noriko Ito,
Toru Sugimoto,
Shino Iwashita,
Ichiro Kobayashi,
Michio Sugeno
PO293
Explicit State Duration HMM for Abnormality Detection in Sequences of Human Activity Sebastian Luhr,
Svetha Venkatesh,
Geoff West,
Hung H. Bui
PO294
An Augmentation Hybrid System for Document Classification and Rating. Richard P. Dazeley,
Byeong-Ho Kang
Poster Session Part 2
13th August (Friday) @ 1200 - 1245
Poster
Presenter ID
Paper Title
Authors
PO308
Study and Comparison of 3D Face Generation Techniques Mark Chan,
Patrice Delmas,
Georgy Gimel`farb,
Chia-Yen Chen,
Philippe Leclercq
PO323
Stable Solutions dealing with Dynamics in Scheduling based on Dynamic Constraint Satisfaction Problems Hiromitsu Hattori,
Toramatsu Shintani,
Atsushi Isomura,
Takayuki Ito,
Tadachika Ozono
PO329
Analyzing Emotional Space in Sensitivity Communication Robot ``Ifbot`` Masayoshi Kanoh,
Shohei Kato,
Hidenori Itoh
PO334
Human-Centric Approach for Human-Robot Interaction Mariko Narumi,
Michita Imai
PO365
Complexity of Coordinating Autonomous Planning Agents Adriaan ter Mors,
Jeroen Valk,
Cees Witteveen
PO369
An approach for multirelational ontology modelling Pedro J. Vivancos Vicente,
Rafael Valencia Garcia,
Jesualdo T. Fernandez Breis,
Rodrigo Martinez Bejar
PO370
SNR-Invariant Normalization of the Covariance Measure for Template Matching Jong Dae Kim
PO379
Application of Brain Emotional Learning Based Intelligent Controller (BELBIC) to Active Queue Management Mahdi Jalili-Kharaajoo
PO380
Qualitative Spatial Arrangements and Natural Object Categories as a Link between 3D Perception and Speech Reinhard Moratz,
Michael Wuenstel,
Robert Ross
PO382
Integrating Feature Information for Improving Accuracy of Collaborative Filtering Hyungil Kim,
Juntae Kim,
Jonathan L. Herlocker
PO386
An Ordered Preprocessing Scheme for Data Mining  Laura Cruz,
Joaquin Perez,
Vanesa Landero,
Elizabeth Santiago,
Victor M. Alvarez,
Veronica Perez
PO387
Spatial Function Representation and Retrieval Yutaka Matsuo,
Akira Takagi,
Shigeyoshi Hiratsuka,
Koiti Hasida,
Hideyuki Nakashima
PO391
Fuzzy Project Scheduling with Multiple Objectives Hongqi Pan,
Chung-Hsing Yeh
PO398
A New Approach for Applying Support Vector Machines in Multiclass Problems Using Class Groupings and Truth Tables Mauricio Kugler,
Hiroshi Matsuo
PO405
IMITATION OF BEE REPRODUCTION AS A CROSSOVER OPERATOR IN GENETIC ALGORITHMS Ali KARCI

KEYNOTE SPEAKERS

Biomedical Artificial Intelligence
11th August (Wednesday)
Prof Richard Lethrop
(University of California, Irvine)
This talk will survey the intriguing connections between artificial intelligence and its biomedical application domain. Biology has recently become a data-rich, information hungry science because of recent massive data generation technologies, but we cannot fully analyse this data due to the wealth and complexity of the information available. The result is a great need for intelligent systems in biology. We will visit examples such as machine learning for pharmaceutical drug discovery, optimal heuristic search for protein structure prediction, rule-based systems for drug-resistant HIV treatment, constraint-based design of large self-assembling synthetic genes, and a multiple-representation approach to curing some forms of cancer. The talk will conclude with suggestions for how AI practitioners can begin the explore this rich and fascinating domain.

Artificial Intelligence Challenges in Web Information Retrieval
12th August (Thursday)
Dr Mehran Sahami
(Google, Inc. and Stanford University)
Search engines have become ingrained as one of the critical applications on the WWW. Information retrieval, especially in the context of the Web, presents a host of challenges that must be addressed in order to better help people find relevant information in a growing sea of text. Such challenges include not only important issues in building large, scalable systems, but also providing intelligence to these systems to sift, organize, & present relevant information to users. In this talk, we provide a brief background on information retrieval, & then look at some of the challenges faced in applying IR to the Web. We will look specifically at how these challenges are addressed at Google, focusing on how AI technologies have been used in a variety of situations to improve users' access to information. We will also discuss Google's goal of continually improving web information retrieval through the deployment of a variety of technological advances in information analysis, understanding, & retrieval.

Electronics Institutions: A Methodology of Multi-agent Systems Development
13th August (Friday)
Prof Carles Sierra
(AI Research Institute, Spain)

Human interactions very often follow conventions; that is, general agreements on language, meaning, & behaviour. By following conventions, humans decrease uncertainties in the behaviour of others, remove conflicts on meaning, give expectations on the outcome of the interaction and simplify the decision process by restricting the potential actions that may be undertaken to a limited set. These benefits explain why conventions have been so widely used in aspects of human interaction such as trading, laws, games, and the like. In some situations, conventions become foundational &, more importantly, some of them become norms. Norms establish how interactions of a certain sort will & must be structured within an organisation &, therefore, they become the essence of what is understood as human institutions. This is so, for instance, in the case of auction houses, courts, parliaments or the stock exchange. Human institutions not only structure human interactions, but they also enforce individual & social behaviour by obliging everybody to act according to the norms.

The notion of electronic institution thus becomes a natural extension of human institutions by permitting not only humans, but also autonomous agents, to interact with one another. I will show in this talk how this concept becomes a very powerful tool to specify, verify and develop Multi-Agent applications. An example of a deployed application to model concurrent auction houses will be explained in detail.


INVITED TALK
Intelligent Systems in Financial Services: Some Practical Case Studies
11th August (Wednesday)
@ 16:00
Chen Wang
(O'Connor and Company, USA)
Abstract:
In this presentation, we aim to discuss a number of practicial case studies of intelliegent system
applications in financial services. Specifically, intelligent system technologies such as knowledge
mining, decision support and management agents and their applications in wide ranging financial services functions such as capital market trading and order routing, customer analysis and dynamic segmentation, and advisory and planning services. Through these case studies, we hope to illustrate the great promise of intelligent technologies, and the increasing attention the finance industry is paying to such technologies to gain substantial competitive advantage. The AI research of today will impact greatly the ever changing face of financial service industry of tomorrow.

Biography:

Chen Wang is currently Chief Technology Officer for O'Connor and Company, a Chicago based
broker dealer proving execution and clearing services for equities, equity derivatives and futures. Previously, Chen was vice president of enterprise architecture for the Security Services Division of Merrill Lynch world-wide. Prior to Merrill Lynch, Chen also served as head of technology for Ponderosa, a New York based hedge fund, and held technology management and leadership positions at Ameritech and Deloitte & Touche Consulting Group. Chen received a honors bachelor of science degree, and completed graduate course studies, both in computer science at University of Toronto.


Lisp and Web Services for Information Sharing and Knowledge Building
11th August (Wednesday) @ 17:00
Dr Sheng-Chuan Wu
(Franz LISP, USA)
Abstract:
A new software component architecture, the Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA), has emerged that offers the ability to programmatically access up-to-minute information anywhere in the world. Access to the right Information at the right time is the basis for knowledge building. In this talk, I will discuss the reasons why we need to embrace SOA today and how it changes the rules of software development and research. I will explain why Lisp, besides its root in AI, is the ideal programming language for this new SOA software architecture. I conclude by describing some new Lisp tools for SOA web service programming and for knowledge building.

Biography:
Sheng-Chuan received his Ph.D. in Structural Mechanics and Computer Graphics from Cornell University. He was a key R&D manager at one of the pioneer CAD/CAM companies in the early 80's. He then joined a major CAM/CAM/CAE start-up as a founding member in the mid-80's, starting as head of application R&D and later as head of marketing and customer services. Sheng-Chuan joined Franz, a leading vendor of Lisp tools, in the early 90's as VP for new business development and is currently VP for corporate development.







 
     
   
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