Advances in Artificial Intelligence: 14th Brazilian by Jaime Simão Sichman, Rosaria Conte (auth.), Flávio Moreira

By Jaime Simão Sichman, Rosaria Conte (auth.), Flávio Moreira de Oliveira (eds.)

The Brazilian Symposium on synthetic Intelligence (SBIA) has been geared up by means of the curiosity team on synthetic Intelligence of the Brazilian desktop Society (SBC) considering the fact that 1984. with a view to advertise learn in man made Intelligence and medical interplay between Brazilian AI researchers and practitioners, and with their opposite numbers around the world, it really is being geared up as a global discussion board due to the fact that 1993. The SBIA court cases were released through Springer-Verlag as part of the Lecture Notes in man made Intelligence (LNAI) sequence because 1995. The XIVth SBIA, held in 1998 on the PUCRS Campus in Porto Alegre, has maintained the foreign culture and criteria formerly validated: sixty one papers have been submitted and reviewed via a global application committee, from this quantity, 26 papers have been accredited and are integrated during this quantity. in fact, organizing an occasion equivalent to SBIA calls for loads of crew attempt. we want to thank and congratulate the entire application committee individuals, and the various reviewers, for his or her paintings in reviewing and commenting at the submitted papers. we might additionally wish to thank the Pontifical Catholic college of Rio Grande do Sul, host of the XIV SBIA, and the associations which subsidized it - CNPq, CAPES, BANRISUL, between others. final yet no longer least, we wish to thank all of the type humans of the neighborhood Organizing Committee, whose paintings made the development possible.

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