Bao, Jie (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute) | Bojars, Uldis (National University of Ireland) | Choudhury, Ranzeem (Dartmouth College) | Ding, Li (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute) | Greaves, Mark (Vulcan Inc.) | Kapoor, Ashish (Microsoft Research) | Louchart, Sandy (Heriot-Watt University) | Mehta, Manish (Georgia Institute of Technology) | Nebel, Bernhard (Albert-Ludwigs University Freiburg) | Nirenburg, Sergei (University of Maryland Baltimore County) | Oates, Tim (University of Maryland Baltimore County) | Roberts, David L. (Georgia Institute of Technology) | Sanfilippo, Antonio (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory) | Stojanovic, Nenad (University of Karlsruhe) | Stubbs, Kristen (iRobot Corportion) | Thomaz, Andrea L. (Georgia Institute of Technology) | Tsui, Katherine (University of Massachusetts Lowell) | Woelfl, Stefan (Albert-Ludwigs University Freiburg)
The titles of the nine symposia were Agents that Learn from Human Teachers, Benchmarking of Qualitative Spatial and Temporal Reasoning Systems, Experimental Design for Real-World Systems, Human Behavior Modeling, Intelligent Event Processing, Intelligent Narrative Technologies II, Learning by Reading and Learning to Read, Social Semantic Web: Where Web 2.0 Meets Web 3.0, and Technosocial Predictive Analytics. The aim of the Benchmarking of Qualitative Spatial and Temporal Reasoning Systems symposium was to initiate the development of a problem repository in the field of qualitative spatial and temporal reasoning and identify a graded set of challenges for future midterm and long-term research. The Intelligent Event Processing symposium discussed the need for more AI-based approaches in event processing and defined a kind of research agenda for the field, coined as intelligent complex event processing (iCEP). The Intelligent Narrative Technologies II AAAI symposium discussed innovations, progress, and novel techniques in the research domain.
Robotic soccer is an ideal task to demonstrate new techniques and explore new problems. Our intention in building a robotic soccer team and participating in RoboCup-98 was, first, to demonstrate the usefulness of the self-localization methods we have developed. Second, we wanted to show that playing soccer based on an explicit world model is much more effective than other methods. Third, we intended to explore the problem of building and maintaining a global team world model.
Term Subsumption Languages in Knowledge Representation Peter F. Patel-Schneider, Bernd Owsnicki-Klewe, Alfred Kobsa, Nicola Guarino, Robert MacGregor, William S. Mark, Deborah L. McGuinness, Bernhard Nebel, Albrecht Schmiedel, John Yen Abstract The Workshop on Term Subsumption Languages in Knowledge Representation was held 18-20 October 1989 at the Inn at Thorn Hill, located in the White Mountain region of New Hampshire. The Workshop on Term Subsumption Languages in Knowledge Representation was held 18-20 October 1989 at the Inn at Thorn Hill, located in the White Mountain region of New Hampshire.