Advances in Artificial Intelligence

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Table of Contents: 2010

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  • - Volume 2010
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Machine Learning Paradigms for Modeling Spatial and Temporal Information in Multimedia Data Mining

Djamel Bouchaffra | Abbes Amira | ... | Chu-Song Chen
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  • - Article ID 943050
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A Multiobjective Optimization Approach to Solve a Parallel Machines Scheduling Problem

Xiaohui Li | Lionel Amodeo | ... | Hicham Chehade
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  • - Article ID 832542
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Unsupervised Topographic Learning for Spatiotemporal Data Mining

Guénaël Cabanes | Younès Bennani
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  • - Article ID 701904
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Using Genetic Algorithms to Represent Higher-Level Planning in Simulation Models of Conflict

James Moffat | Susan Fellows
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  • - Article ID 520427
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3D Medical Volume Segmentation Using Hybrid Multiresolution Statistical Approaches

Shadi AlZu'bi | Abbes Amira
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  • - Article ID 175603
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Multibandwidth Kernel-Based Object Tracking

Aras Dargazany | Ali Soleimani | Alireza Ahmadyfard
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  • - Article ID 405073
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Computing with Biologically Inspired Neural Oscillators: Application to Colour Image Segmentation

Ammar Belatreche | Liam Maguire | ... | Arfan Ghani
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  • - Volume 2010
  • - Article ID 578309
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Artificial Intelligence in Neuroscience and Systems Biology: Lessons Learnt, Open Problems, and the Road Ahead

Daniel Berrar | Naoyuki Sato | Alfons Schuster
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  • - Volume 2010
  • - Article ID 924529
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From Experimental Approaches to Computational Techniques: A Review on the Prediction of Protein-Protein Interactions

Fiona Browne | Huiru Zheng | ... | Francisco Azuaje
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  • - Article ID 918062
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Where Artificial Intelligence and Neuroscience Meet: The Search for Grounded Architectures of Cognition

Frank van der Velde
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  • - Article ID 629869
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Quo Vadis, Artificial Intelligence?

Daniel Berrar | Naoyuki Sato | Alfons Schuster
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  • - Article ID 124816
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Evaluation of Data Quality and Drought Monitoring Capability of FY-3A MERSI Data

Daxiang Xiang | Liangming Liu | ... | Tao Han
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  • - Volume 2010
  • - Article ID 478107
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Investigating the Underlying Intelligence Mechanisms of the Biological Olfactory System

Yoshinari Makino | Masafumi Yano
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  • - Article ID 765876
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Bootstrap Learning and Visual Processing Management on Mobile Robots

Mohan Sridharan
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  • - Volume 2010
  • - Article ID 209254
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Recurrence Quantification Analysis of Spontaneous Electrophysiological Activity during Development: Characterization of In Vitro Neuronal Networks Cultured on Multi Electrode Array Chips

Antonio Novellino | José-Manuel Zaldívar

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