UK Workshop on Computational Intelligence 10-12 September 2001 Edinburgh Day 1 Monday 10 September 2001 13:15-14:00 Registration and Coffee 14:00-14:20 Introduction and Welcome 14:20-15:20 Plenary Talk I: Possibilistic Logic in Reasoning and Decision (Henri Prade) 15:20-16:00 Session 1: Systems Modelling I (Chair: John Levine) - Rule-Base Generation via Symbiotic Evolution for a Mamdani-Type Fuzzy Control System - A Transparent Framework for Data Mining Using Modelling with Words 16:00-16:30 Coffee 16:30-17:50 Session 2: Systems Modelling II (Chair: Trevor Martin) - Generating fuzzy reference models for fault diagnosis when sensor bias is the main uncertainty - Neuro-Fuzzy Learning and Categorical Data - Fuzzy Meta-Learning: Preliminary Results - An overview of recent approaches to fuzzy modelling 17:50-18:30 Break 18:30 Dinner Day 2 Tuesday 11 September 2001 08:00-09:00 Breakfast 09:00-10:00 Plenary Talk II: Applying Machine Learning: from Art to Industry via Science (Maarten van Someren) 10:00-11:00 Session 3: Theoretical Foundations I (Chair: Peter Ross) - On The Effectiveness of Negative Correlation Learning - Optimistic Initial Q-values and the max Operator - Rough and Fuzzy Sets for Dimensionality Reduction 11:00-11:30 Coffee 11:30-12:50 Session 4: Hybrid Systems I (Chair: Henry Nyongesa) - Comprehensive Evolution of Neural Networks - Architectures for Knowledge Transfer between Neural Networks - More Experiments on LA Based Methods for Adaptation of BP Parameters - An Intelligent Solution to the Multiple Classifier System Design Problem 12:50-14:00 Lunch 14:00-15:20 Session 5: Applications I (Chair: Bruce Postlethwaite) - Fuzzy control of depth of anaesthesia - Design of a power system stabilizer using fuzzy logic and ANFIS for a multi-machine power system - GA-based Neuro-Fuzzy Controller for Flexible-link Manipulators - Fuzzy Behaviours for Mobile Robots Control 15:20-15:50 Coffee 15:50-17:10 Session 6: Theoretical Foundations II (Chair: Keith Brown) - Ideas on Fuzzy Analysis of Variance - From Fuzzy Probabilities to Linguistic Probability Theory - From Fuzzy Internal Model Control to Fuzzy Model Predictive Control - Towards Creating and Adaptive Intelligent Card Player 17:10-18:30 Session 7: Poster Presentations (Chair: Peter Swann) - Agents Selecting Merchants with Good/Bad Memory - Graph Based Machine Code Genetic Programming - Improved Compressed Data Representation for Computational Intelligence Systems - Optimising Plans using Genetic Programming - Rule Extraction from Neural Network Robot Controller using Classifier Systems - Several aspects in a cellular configuration for designing Feed-Forward Neural Networks - Towards Intelligent and Immersive Manufacturing Systems - Two Dimensional Bin Packing Using a Genetic Algorithm 18:30-19:00 Break 19:00 Dinner Day 3 Wednesday 12 September 2001 08:00-09:00 Breakfast 09:00-10:00 Plenary Talk III: Applications of Computational Intelligence in Rolls-Royce (Graham Hesketh) 10:00-11:00 Session 8: Applicaqtions II (Chair: Martin Spott) - A Feasibility Study on the Development of Subject Categorization Methods for Educational Resources - Knowledge discovery in discretionary legal domains - Data Classification using Fuzzy Rule-Based Systems represented as Genetic Programming Type-Constrained Trees 11:00-11:30 Coffee 11:30-12:50 Session 9: Hybrid Systems II (Chair: Xin Yao) - A Model based Architecture for Intelligent Interface Agents - Ant Colony Optimisation for Bin Packing and Cutting Stock Problems - Evolutionary Agent Community based on Dynamical Components - Economic Prediction by Evolving Artificial Traders: The Case of IBM Daily Stock Returns 12:50-14:00 Lunch 14:00 Farewell