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By Patrick Doherty, Piotr Rudol (auth.), Mehmet A. Orgun, John Thornton (eds.)

This quantity includes the papers awarded at AI 2007: the 20 th Australian Joint convention on Arti?cial Intelligence held in the course of December 2–6, 2007 at the Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia. AI 2007 attracted 194 submissions (full papers) from 34 nations. The evaluation technique was once held in levels. within the ?rst degree, the submissions have been assessed for his or her relevance and clarity via the Senior software Committee participants. these submissions that handed the ?rst degree have been then reviewed by way of at the least 3 application Committee individuals and self sufficient reviewers. After large disc- sions, the Committee made up our minds to simply accept 60 average papers (acceptance cost of 31%) and forty four brief papers (acceptance price of 22.7%). standard papers and 4 brief papers have been therefore withdrawn and aren't integrated within the court cases. AI 2007 featured invited talks from 4 across the world unique - searchers, particularly, Patrick Doherty, Norman Foo, Richard Hartley and Robert Hecht-Nielsen. They shared their insights and paintings with us and their contri- tions to AI 2007 have been tremendously preferred. AI 2007 additionally featured workshops on integrating AI and data-mining, semantic biomedicine and ontology. the fast papers have been provided in an interactive poster consultation and contributed to a st- ulating convention. It was once a very good excitement for us to function this system Co-chairs of AI 2007.

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