Tutorials

The list of accepted tutorials is below. The tutorials are of 4 hours duration. See Tutorials at a Glance.



Speaker(s)Title
T1Rajarshi Das, IBM T. J. Watson Research Center, Hawthorne, USAAI and Autonomic Computing: A survey
T2Paul Cohen, University of Southern California, USATutorial on Empirical Methods
T3D. Ghose and KN Krishnanand, Indian Institute of ScienceTutorial on Bio-Inspired Optimization Algs
T4M. Bernardine Dias, R. Tongia and Kentaro Toyama, Carnegie Mellon University, USAExploring non-traditional benefits of AI to the Global Society
T5Inderjeet Mani, MITRE, USATemporal Information Extraction from Natural Language
T6Roman Bartak, Charles University, Czech Republic Constraint Processing
T7Ranjani Parthasarathi and T.V. Geetha, Anna University, IndiaTraditional Approaches to Knowledge Management
T8P. Bhattacharyya, Indian Institute of Technology Bombay and G. Ramakrishnan, IBM India Research LabsGraphical Models for Machine Learning in Natural Language Processing
T9Munindar Singh, North Carolina State University, Raleigh , USA and Michael Huhns, University of South Carolina, Columbia, USAAgents for Web Services
T10Michael Thielscher, Dresden University of Technology, GermanyThe Art and Science of Action Programming Languages
T11Hiranmay Ghosh, Tata Consultancy Services, IndiaSoftware Agents
T12S. Kambhampati and D. Bryce, Arizona State University, Tempe, USAPlanning Graph Based Reachability Heuristics
T13Jussi Rintanen, National ICT AustraliaReasoning about dynamic systems by satisfiability testing: planning, model-checking and diagnosis
T14P. Tadepalli, Oregon State University, Corvallis, USA, S. Mahadevan, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, USA and V. Borkar, Tata Institute of Fundamental Research, IndiaReinforcement Learning: From Foundations to Advanced Techniques
T15D. Mladenic and M. Grobelnik, J. Stefan Institute, Ljubljana, Slovenia Text mining and link analysis for web and semantic web
T16J. Lobo and Seraphin Calo , BM T. J. Watson Research Center, Hawthorne, USAPolicy Based Computing
T17P. Kulkarni, Capsilon India and PK Chande, Indian Institute of Management, IndoreVarious learning methodologies for classification
T18J. Augusto, University of Ulster at Jordanstown, UK and Diane Cook, Washington State University , USAAmbient Intelligence: applications in society and opportunities for AI
T19VK Jayaraman, National Chemical Laboratory, Pune, India and Vijayraghavan Sundararajan, Centre for Development of Advanced Computing (C-DAC), Pune, IndiaPattern Recognition and evolution methods for chemo- and Bio-Informatics
T20T. Pedersen, University of Minnesota, Duluth, USALanguage Independent Methods of Clustering Similar Contexts (with applications)


Tutorials Schedule
Room 01/06/200701/07/200701/08/2007
R11, morning T3 T6 T18
R11, afternoon T4 T7T15
R12, morning T5T1T11
R12, afternoon T8T2T9
R13, morning T10T13
R13, afternoon T14T16T17
R14, morning T19
R14, afternoon T20T12