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Proceedings of ES98, the Eighteenth Annual International Conference of the British Computer Society Specialist Group on Expert Systems, Cambridge, December 1998. R. MILNE Intelligent Applications Ltd The papers in this volume are the Application Papers presented at ES98, the Eighteenth International Conference of the British Computer Society's Specialist Group on Expert Systems. This year has been yet another "applications" success for the conference with this volume containing seventeen papers describing either deployed applications or emerging applications.

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This volume contains the refereed and invited papers which were presented at Expert Systems 91, the eleventh annual conference of the British Computer Society's Specialist Group on Expert Systems, held in London in September 1991

This volume contains the refereed and invited papers which were presented at Expert Systems 91, the eleventh annual conference of the British Computer Society's Specialist Group on Expert Systems, held in London in September 1991. Together with its predecessors, this is essential reading for those who wish to keep up-to-date with developments and opportunities in this important field.

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Published online: 04 August 2010. This volume contains the refereed and invited papers which were presented at Expert Systems 92, the twelfth annual conference of the British Computer Society's Specialist Group on Expert Systems, held in Cambridge in December 1992. Together with its predecessors this is essential reading for those who wish to keep up to date with developments and opportunities in this important field.

Automated text summarization systems that generate short and concise descriptions of the essential content of. .Managing Sentence Planning Requirements. Proceedings of the Workshop on Gaps and Bridges in NL Planning and Generation, at ECAI Conference.

Automated text summarization systems that generate short and concise descriptions of the essential content of documents have been a dream since late 1950's. The growing amount of online text on the World Wide Web manifests the need of automated text summarization technology today 1996. Budapest, Hungary, pp. 53–58.

R.G.MILES XHP Consulting Ltd, Gloucester. This book is one of two volumes containing papers for presentation at the British Computer Society Expert Systems 98 conference. This is the annual conference of th the BCS Specialist Group on Expert Systems and is in its 18 year. During its lifetime it has established itself as the premier Expert Systems conference in the UK. The conference is attracting an increasing number of papers world-wide and this year in excess of 70% were from research groups outside the UK. This volume includes all papers accepted for the Technical Stream of Expert Systems 98 and presented at the conference in December 1998. The papers within this stream present innovative, new research work. The companion volume, Applications and Innovations in Expert Systems VI, includes all papers accepted for the application stream of the conference. This stream has become the premier European conference on applications of Expert Systems. The papers accepted for presentation within the Technical Stream cover a broad range of research within Expert Systems and fit into four broad categories: ontological frameworks, knowledge base development, classifiers and neuro-fuzzy systems. The award for best Technical paper has been made to David McSherry, from the University of Ulster, for his paper entitled "Strategic Induction of Decision Trees".