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By Tom M. van Engers (auth.), Professor Ann Macintosh BSc, CEng, Richard Ellis BSc, MSc, Dr Tony Allen PhD (eds.)

The papers during this quantity are the refereed program papers awarded at AI-2005, the Twenty-fifth SGAI foreign convention on cutting edge recommendations and purposes of synthetic Intelligence, held in Cambridge in December 2005.

The papers during this quantity current new and cutting edge advancements within the box, divided into sections on utilized AI in details Processing, recommendations for utilized AI, business functions and clinical Applications.

This is the 13th quantity within the purposes and recommendations sequence. The sequence serves as a key reference as to how AI expertise has enabled organizations to resolve advanced difficulties and achieve major company benefit.

The Technical flow papers are released as a significant other quantity below the identify examine and improvement in clever structures XXII.

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The generic service provides the basic knowledge handling functionality. A client developer then just needs to develop the presentation of the functionality to suit the specific application. The client development task does not require any knowledge of expert systems. It just requires standard web site development skills. 5. Demonstration Gardening Knowledge Bazaar Operation For the demonstration gardening Knowledge Bazaar users interact with the client application using a form-driven WWW interface.

With a high transition probability. 99). e. a balanced state. If the number of iterations is too small the algorithm is likely to converge to a local minimum. Step width adapting simulated anneahng (SWASA) [9] overcomes the problems associated with constant values for Smax by using a scaling function [11] to adapt the maximum step width to the current iteration by Smaxin) = ^ ^ ^p^/uma. (^) where 5max(^) is the maximum step width at iteration n, SQ is the initial maximum step width, rimax the maximum number of iterations and 0 is an adaptation constant.

For the demonstration system described here this was deemed unnecessary. The WSDL document does however form the basis for the development of both the service and client parts of the prototype. 1. Service-client communications As noted above the WSDL document describes the interface in terms of XML. In the context of the Knowledge Bazaar concept the WSDL document declares that the communication between service and client should use the Simple Object Access Protocol (SOAP). This Remote Procedure Call (RPC) protocol is also an XML text based representation - each message consists of an XML document.

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