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AAAI
2000
8 years 7 months ago
A* with Partial Expansion for Large Branching Factor Problems
Takayuki Yoshizumi, Teruhisa Miura, Toru Ishida
AAAI
2000
8 years 7 months ago
Interactive Training for Synthetic Characters
Compelling synthetic characters must behave in ways that reflect their past experience and thus allow for individual personalization. We therefore need a method that allows charac...
Song-Yee Yoon, Robert C. Burke, Bruce Blumberg, Ge...
AAAI
2000
8 years 7 months ago
Robust Combinatorial Auction Protocol against False-Name Bids
This paper presents a new combinatorial auction protocol (LDS protocol) that is robust against false-name bids. Internet auctions have become an integral part of Electronic Commer...
Makoto Yokoo, Yuko Sakurai, Shigeo Matsubara
AAAI
2000
8 years 7 months ago
Depth-First Branch-and-Bound versus Local Search: A Case Study
Depth-first branch-and-bound (DFBnB) is a complete algorithm that is typically used to find optimal solutions of difficult combinatorial optimization problems. It can also be adap...
Weixiong Zhang
AAAI
2000
8 years 7 months ago
Conceptual Indexing: Practical Large-Scale AI for Efficient Information Access
Finding information is a problem shared by people and intelligent systems. This paper describes an experiment combining both human and machine aspects in a knowledgebased system t...
William A. Woods
AAAI
2000
8 years 7 months ago
Multi-Fidelity Robotic Behaviors: Acting with Variable State Information
Our work is driven by one of the core purposes of artificial intelligence: to develop real robotic agents that achieve complex high-level goals in real-time environments. Robotic ...
Elly Winner, Manuela M. Veloso
AAAI
2000
8 years 7 months ago
MarketSAT: An Extremely Decentralized (but Really Slow) Algorithm for Propositional Satisfiability
We describe MarketSAT, a highly decentralized, marketbased algorithm for propositional satisfiability. The approach is based on a formulation of satisfiability as production on a ...
William E. Walsh, Michael P. Wellman
AAAI
2000
8 years 7 months ago
Untangle: A New Ontology for Card Catalog Systems
The ontology used by most card catalog and bibliographic systems is based on a now outdated assumption that users of the systems would be looking for books on shelves, and therefo...
Christopher A. Welty, Jessica Jenkins
AAAI
2000
8 years 7 months ago
A Quantitative Study of Small Disjuncts
Systems that learn from examples often express the learned concept in the form of a disjunctive description. Disjuncts that correctly classify few training examples are known as s...
Gary M. Weiss, Haym Hirsh
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