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By Michael Y. K. Cheng, Robin Cohen (auth.), Luc Lamontagne, Mario Marchand (eds.)

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This booklet constitutes the refereed complaints of the nineteenth convention of the Canadian Society for Computational reports of Intelligence, Canadian AI 2006, held in Qu?bec urban, Qu?bec, Canada in June 2006.

The e-book offers forty seven revised complete papers, rigorously reviewed and chosen from 220 submissions. The papers are equipped in topical sections on brokers, bioinformatics, constraint delight and allotted seek, wisdom illustration and reasoning, traditional language, reinforcement studying and, supervised and unsupervised studying. contains CD-ROM.

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Previous research works based upon multiagent systems were used to support the automatic generation of maps without addressing constraints related to on-the-fly map generation. In addition, they did not take into account users’ needs. Nevertheless, we are convinced that multiagent systems are suitable to improve real-time web and mobile map generation thanks to their multiple advantages. In order to prove this, we addressed several questions, such as which geographic entities should be modeled as agents?

The resolution of spatial conflicts should comply as much as possible with several constraints such as graphical, topological, structural, and aesthetic constraints. User’s constraints Spatial cognition: how does the user interpret the map? User’s needs, preferences, profile, psychology, context, cultural background, etc. Spatial reasoning: how does the user reason about the space? On-the-fly web mapping application Display terminal characteristics Transfer rate and time Technical constraints Spatial data modeling, availability and retrieval Automatic cartographic generalization Handling objects legibility and overlap Spatial data constraints Spatial data processing constraints Generated map Fig.

DOMUS application of activities recognition plans (ADL) of the occupant. The set O contains all the observed actions o1 detected by the system, in this case, only one action of the GoT oKitchen type, such as O = {GoT oKitchen(o1)}. The set Pso contains all the known plans including, in their decomposition, the observed action that is the plans P repareT ea and W ashDish. The lattice supremum corresponds to the smallest common subsumer of the set of possible plans Pso which is the partial plan made up solely by the observation.

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