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By Tom M. van Engers (auth.), Professor Ann Macintosh BSc, CEng, Richard Ellis BSc, MSc, Dr Tony Allen PhD (eds.)

The papers during this quantity are the refereed program papers provided at AI-2005, the Twenty-fifth SGAI foreign convention on leading edge concepts and purposes of synthetic Intelligence, held in Cambridge in December 2005.

The papers during this quantity current new and leading edge advancements within the box, divided into sections on utilized AI in info Processing, concepts for utilized AI, business functions and clinical Applications.

This is the 13th quantity within the purposes and thoughts sequence. The sequence serves as a key reference as to how AI know-how has enabled organizations to unravel advanced difficulties and achieve major company benefit.

The Technical movement papers are released as a significant other quantity lower than the name examine and improvement in clever structures XXII.

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3. XML Rule Representation Previous work has established that representing knowledge rules using XML has advantages in terms of 'interoperability, editability and searchability' (FriedmanHill 2003); against the disadvantage of larger storage requirement. A number of projects are currently attempting to define standard, XML based, domain independent rule languages - for example the RuleML project (Wagner et al. 2004). It is clear that there are significant interoperability advantages from the development of an industrial standard in this area.

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