The proceedings of MIWAI 11 will be published in LNAI series.

Multi-Disciplinary International Workshop on Artificial Intelligence

(8th December and 9th December 2011)
Venue: C. V. Raman Auditorium, Science Complex, University of Hyderabad, Indi

Technical Programme Schedule

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8th December 2011
8:00 A.M to 9:00 A.M: Registration
9:00 A.M to 10:00 A.M: Inauguration
10:00 A.M to 11:00 A.M: Keynote talk: Prof. B. Chandrasekaran
“Diagrammatic Reasoning: Giving Perception Its Due in Thinking”
Chair: Prof. B. Yegnanarayana
11:00 A.M to 11:30 A.M: Tea Break
11:30 A.M to  1:00 P.M: Technical Session-1 (Six papers)
Session Chair: Prof. M N Murty
  1. Handwritten Kannada Vowel Character Recognition using Crack codes and Fourier Descriptors (Ganapatsingh Rajput and Rajeshwari Horakeri)
  2. A Rule-based Approach to Form Mathematical Symbols in Printed Mathematical Expressions (P Pavan Kumar, Arun Agarwal and Chakravarthy Bhagvati )
  3. PCA plus LDA on Wavelet co-occurrence histogram features: Application to CBIR (S Shivashankar, Vasudev K Parvati, Jagadeesh D Pujari and Sachin S Veerashetty)
  4. Printed Text Characterization for Identifying Print Technology using Expectation Maximization Algorithm (Uma Devi Maramreddy, Arun Agarwal and C Raghavendra Rao )
  5. A shape representation scheme for hand-drawn symbol recognition (Viswanath Pulabaigari, Gokaramaiah T and Prabhakar Gouripeddi )
  6. Distributed Methodology of CanTree Construction (Swarupa Rani and Raghavendra Rao C.)
1:00P.M to 2:00 P.M: Lunch Break
2:00 P.M to 3:00 P.M: Invited Talk-1: Prof. Sheela Ramanna                                                                                               
Chair: Dr. Chattrakul Sombattheera
3:00 P.M to 4:00 P.M: Technical Session-2 (Four papers)
Session Chair: Dr. Tho Quan
  1. Fibred BDI Logics: Completeness Preservation in the presence of Interaction Axioms (Vineet Padmanabhan, Guido Governatori and Abdul Sattar )
  2. Formalizing and Reasoning with P3P Policies Using a Semantic Web Ontology Boontawee (Suntisrivaraporn and Assadarat Khurat)
  3. Gibbs Sampling with Deterministic Dependencies (Oliver Gries)
  4. Structural Distance Between EL+ Concepts (Boontawee Suntisrivaraporn)
4:00 P.M to 4:30 P.M: Tea Break
4:30 P.M to 6:00 P.M: Technical Session-3 (Six papers)
Session Chair: Prof. Pawan Lingras
  1. Enhancing Cooperation in Distributed Information Systems using Conviviality and Multi-Context Systems (Patrice Caire and Antonis Bikakis)   
  2. A Rule based Approach to Group Recommender Systems (Vineet Padmanabhan, Sivakrishna Seemala and Wilson Naik)
  3. Combining Collaborative Filtering and Sentiment Classification for Improved Movie Recommendations (Vivek Kumar Singh, Mousumi Mukherjee and Ghanshyam Kumar Mehta)
  1. Typhon - A Mobile Agent Framework For Real World Emulation in Prolog (Jatin Matani and Shivashankar Nair)
  2. Optimal Service Composition via Agent-Based Task Allocation (Chattrakul Sombattheera)
  3. Compromise Matching in P2P e-Marketplaces: Concept, Algorithm and Use Case (Manish Joshi, Virendrakumar C. Bhavsar and Harold Bole)
6:00 P.M to 9:00 P.M: Cultural Programme and Conference Banquet dinner

9th December 2011
9:00 A.M to 10:00 A.M: Invited Talk-2: Dr. Karthik Visweswariah/Dr Manish Gupta
Chair: Prof. Sheela Ramanna
10:00 A.M to 11:00 A.M: Technical Session-4 (Four papers)
Session Chair: Dr. V Ravi
  1. Data Clustering Using Modified Fuzzy-PSO (MFPSO) (Suresh Satapathy)
  2. Crisp and soft clustering of mobile calls (Pawan Lingras, Parag Bhalachandra, Santosh Khamitkar, Satish Mekewad and Ravindra Rathod)
  3. Fuzzy-based Trusted Ant Routing (FTAR) Protocol in Mobile Ad hoc Networks (Srinivas Sethi and Siba K. Udgata )
  4. Swarm Intelligence based Localization in Wireless Sensor Network (Lavanya Dama and Siba K. Udgata )
11:00 A.M to 11:30 A.M: Tea Break
11:30 A.M to 1:00 P.M: Technical Session-5 (Six papers)
Session Chair: Dr. Boontawee Suntisrivaraporn
  1. Extensions to IQuickReduct (Sai Prasad P.S.V.S and Raghavendra Rao C.)
  2. Forecasting Using Rules Extracted from Privacy Preserving Neural Network (Naveen Nekuri, Vadlamani Ravi and Raghavendrarao Chillarige )
  3. A Modified Harmony Search Threshold Accepting Hybrid Optimization Algorithm (Maheshkumar Yeturu and Vadlamani Ravi )
  4. Local and global intrinsic dimensionality estimation for better chemical space representation (Mohammed Hussein Shukur, Sobha Rani T, Durga Bhavani S, G Narahari Sastry and Raju Surampudi Bapi)
  5. A Resilient Voting Scheme for Improving Secondary Structure Prediction (Chittaranjan Hota, Filippo Ledda and Giuliano Armano)
  6. Differential Evolution algorithm for motion estimation (Samrat Sabat, Shravan Kumar and Rangababu P.)
1:00 P.M to 2:00 P.M: Lunch Break
2:00 P.M to 3:15 P.M: Technical Session-6 (Five papers)
Session Chair: Dr. Shivashankar Nair
  1. Automatic Composition and Mediation on Multiple-Language Semantic Web Services (Tho Quan, Cach Dang, Ngan Le, Chattrakul Sombattheera and Vu Lam)
  2. On modeling the affective effect on learning Arunkumar Balakrishnan
  3. Association Rule Centric Clustering of Web Search Results (Hima Bindu K. and Raghavendra Rao C. )
  4. Investigative Behavior Profiling With One Class SVM For Computer Forensics (Wilson Naik Bhukya )
  5. Reasoning about DNSSEC (Ramesh Babu, Vineet Padmanabhan and Wilson Naik )
3:15 P.M to 3:45 P.M: Tea Break
3:45 P.M to 5:00 P.M: Technical Session-7: (Five papers)
Session Chair: Prof. V N Sastry
  1. Pattern synthesis using fuzzy partitions of the feature set for nearest neighbor classifier design (Viswanath Pulabaigari, Chennakesalu S, Rajkumar R and Raja Sekhar M )
  2. Online assignments of containers to trains using constraint programming (Aggoun Abder and Ahmed Rhiat)
  3. A binary-real-coded differential evolution for unit commitment problem: a preliminary study (Saptarshi Dutta and Dilip Datta)
  4. Machine Learning Based Performance Prediction for Multi-core Simulation (Jitendra Kumar Rai, Atul Negi and Rajeev Wankar)
  5. New Replica Selection Broker for Binding Replica Sites in DataGrid environment (Rafah M. Almuttairi, Rajeev Wankar, Atul Negi and C.R. Rao)
5:00 P.M to 5:30 P.M Valedictory

Accepted Papers

The list of accepted papers can be found here.

List of Accepted papers for MIWAI­2011

Paper # Paper Title
2 Crisp and soft clustering of mobile calls
5 Typhon ­ A Mobile Agent Framework For Real World Emulation in Prolog
6 Handwritten  Kannada  Vowel  Character  Recognition  using Crack codes and Fourier Descriptor
7 Machine Learning Based Performance Prediction for Multi­core Simulatio
9 A Rule­based Approach to Form Mathematical Symbols in Printed Mathematical Expressions
10 Online assignments of containers to trains using constraint programmin
11 PCA plus LDA on Wavelet co­occurrence histogram features : Application to CBI
15 Printed Text Characterization for Identifying Print Technology using Expectation Maximization Algorith
18 Reduction of Hiding Failure in Randomized Additive Perturbation Technique in PPD
20 A Modified Harmony Search Threshold Accepting Hybrid Optimization Algorithm
21 A Max Metric to Evaluate a Cluster
23 A binary­real­coded differential evolution for unit commitment problem: a preliminary stud
24 Structural Distance Between EL+ Concepts
27 Combining Collaborative Filtering and Sentiment Classification for Improved Movie Recommendation
29 Fuzzy­based Trusted Ant Routing (FTAR) Protocol in Mobile Ad hoc Network
30 Fibred BDI Logics: Completeness Preservation in the presence of Interaction Axiom
31 A Resilient Voting Scheme for Improving Secondary Structure Predictio
33 A shape representation scheme for hand­drawn symbol recognitio
New Replica Selection Broker for Binding Replica Sites in DataGrid environmen
35 Optimal Service Composition via Agent­Based Task Allocation
40 Differential Evolution algorithm for motion estimatio
42 Extensions to IQuickReduc
43 On modeling the affective effect on learnin
44 Pattern synthesis using fuzzy partitions of the feature set for nearest neighbor classifier design
45 A Rule based Approach to Group Recommender System
46 Distributed Methodology of CanTree Construction
48 Forecasting Using Rules Extracted from Privacy Preserving Neural Networ
49 Gibbs Sampling with Deterministic Dependencie
51 Swarm Intelligence based Localization in Wireless Sensor Networ
53 Variable Neighborhood Search for a Real­World Curriculum­based University Timetabling Proble
55 Automatic Composition and Mediation on Multiple­Language Semantic Web Service
58 Association Rule Centric Clustering of Web Search Result
62 Data Clustering Using Modified Fuzzy­PSO (MFPSO
64 Investigative Behavior Profiling With One Class SVM  For Computer Forensic
66 Local and global intrinsic dimensionality estimation for better chemical space representatio
67 Reasoning about DNSSE
68 Enhancing Cooperation in Distributed Information Systems using Conviviality and Multi­Context Systems:A Preliminary Repor
69 An OWL Ontology for P3P : Formalizing and Reasoning with P3P Policies Using a Semantic Web Ontolog
71 Compromise Matching in P2P e­Marketplaces: Concepts and Illustratio

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