Data mining coupled conceptual spaces for intelligent agents in data-rich environments
Lee, Ickjai (2005) Data mining coupled conceptual spaces for intelligent agents in data-rich environments. Proceedings of the 9th International Knowledge-Based Intelligent Information and Engineering Systems Conference 2005. 9th International Knowledge-Based Intelligent Information and Engineering Systems Conference 2005 , 14-16 September 2005, Melbourne, VIC, Australia , pp. 42-48.
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Conceptual spaces provide a robust conceptualized framework for many cognitive tasks within intelligent agents. As agents are asked to accomplish more complex tasks, an efficient and effective management of conceptual spaces has become an important issue. This paper proposes a data mining coupled conceptual spaces framework for the efficient management of concepts and properties in data-rich environments. This paper illustrates the working principle of data mining coupled conceptual spaces and demonstrates the efficacy and effectiveness of this framework.
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