Advances in Artificial Intelligence — IBERAMIA 2002

8th Ibero-American Conference on AI Seville, Spain, November 12–15, 2002 Proceedings

  • Francisco J. Garijo
  • José C. Riquelme
  • Miguel Toro
Conference proceedings IBERAMIA 2002

Part of the Lecture Notes in Computer Science book series (LNCS, volume 2527)

Also part of the Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence book sub series (LNAI, volume 2527)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages I-XVIII
  2. Knowledge Representation and Reasoning

    1. Marco Bressan, Jordi Vitrià
      Pages 1-10
    2. Aurora Pons-Porrata, Rafael Berlanga-Llavori, José Ruíz-Shulcloper
      Pages 11-20
    3. Miguel Macías-Macías, Carlos J. García-Orellana, Horacio M. González-Velasco, Ramón Gallardo-Caballero, Antonio Serrano-Pérez
      Pages 42-49
    4. José Ramón Quevedo Pérez, María Dolores García, Elena Montañés
      Pages 50-59
    5. Florentino Fdez-Riverola, Juan M. Corchado
      Pages 101-110
    6. R. Carolina Medina Ramírez, Olivier Corby, Rose Dieng-Kuntz
      Pages 121-130
    7. Pablo Cordero, Manolo Enciso, Angel Mora, Inmaculada P. de Guzmán
      Pages 141-150
    8. Oscar Olmedo-Aguirre, Guillermo Morales-Luna
      Pages 151-160
    9. Inma P. de Guzmán, Manuel Ojeda-Aciego, Agustín Valverde
      Pages 161-171
    10. R. Ceballos, Rafael M. Gasca, Carmelo Del Valle, Miguel Toro
      Pages 172-181
  3. Machine Learning

    1. Luis Miguel de Campos, Juan Manuel Fernández-Luna, Jose Miguel Puerta
      Pages 182-192
    2. Miguel A. Gutiérrez-Naranjo, José A. Alonso-Jiménez, Joaquín Borrego-Díaz
      Pages 193-203
    3. Victor Estruch, Cesar Ferri, Jose Hernández-Orallo, Maria Jose Ramírez-Quintana
      Pages 204-213
    4. J.R. Cano, O. Cordón, F. Herrera, L. Sánchez
      Pages 214-223
    5. Ndedi Monekosso, Paolo Remagnino
      Pages 224-232
    6. Roberto Ruiz, Jesús S. Aguilar-Ruiz, José C. Riquelme
      Pages 233-242
  4. Uncertainty and Fuzzy Systems

    1. Miguel Ángel Sicilia, José Antonio Gutiérrez, Elena García
      Pages 243-253
    2. Juan A. Fernández del Pozo, Concha Bielza
      Pages 254-264
    3. Luis E. Garza, Francisco Cantú, Salvador Acevedo
      Pages 265-274
    4. Alfonso Bosch, Francisco Guil, Carmen Martinez, Roque Marin
      Pages 275-284
    5. Maria Luiza F. Velloso, Flávio J. de Souza
      Pages 285-293
    6. Rafael Alcalá, Jorge Casillas, Oscar Cordón, Francisco Herrera
      Pages 294-302
    7. Juan Antonio Ortega, Rafael M. Gasca, Miguel Toro, Jesús Torres
      Pages 303-312
  5. Genetic Algorithms

    1. Alexandre Mendes, Paulo França, Pablo Moscato, Vinícius Garcia
      Pages 319-328
    2. Michael Affenzeller
      Pages 329-339
    3. Simone J. M. Ribeiro, João C. P. da Silva
      Pages 340-349
    4. Vincenzo Cutello, Giuseppe Nicosia
      Pages 361-370
    5. Jose Manuel Garcia, Sebastian Lozano, Fernando Guerrero, Ignacio Eguia
      Pages 371-380
    6. O. Cordón, F. Herrera, J. de la Montaña, A.M. Sánchez, P. Villar
      Pages 381-391
  6. Neural Nets

    1. Jose Aguilar
      Pages 402-410
    2. Edgar Osuna, Osberth De Castro
      Pages 411-419
    3. Fernando Rojas, M.R. Alvarez, C.G. Puntonet, Ruben Martin-Clemente
      Pages 420-429
    4. Francisco J. López Aligué, Isabel Acevedo Sotoca, Ignacio Alvarez Troncoso, Carlos J. García Orellana, Horacio González Velasco
      Pages 430-439
    5. Haydemar Núñez, Cecilio Angulo, Andreu Català
      Pages 440-449
    6. Elisa Guerrero Vázquez, Joaquín Pizarro Junquera, Andrés Yáñez Escolano, Pedro L. Riaño Galindo
      Pages 450-459
    7. Enrique Dominguez Merino, José Muñoz Perez
      Pages 460-469
    8. J. Díez, J. J. del Coz, O. Luaces, F. Goyache, J. Alonso, A. M. Peña et al.
      Pages 481-490

About these proceedings


The 8th Ibero-American Conference on Artificial Intelligence, IBERAMIA 2002, took place in Spain for the second time in 14 years; the first conference was organized in Barcelona in January 1988. The city of Seville hosted this 8th conference, giving the participants the opportunity of enjoying the richness of its historical and cultural atmosphere. Looking back over these 14 years, key aspects of the conference, such as its structure, organization, the quantity and quality of submissions, the publication policy, and the number of attendants, have significantly changed. Some data taken from IBERAMIA’88 and IBERAMIA 2002 may help to illustrate these changes. IBERAMIA’88 was planned as an initiative of three Ibero-American AI associations: the Spanish Association for AI (AEPIA), the Mexican Association for AI (SMIA), and the Portuguese Association for AI (APIA). The conference was organized by the AEPIA staff, including the AEPIA president, José Cuena, the secretary, Felisa Verdejo, and other members of the AEPIA board. The proceedings of IBERAMIA’88 contain 22 full papers grouped into six areas: knowledge representation and reasoning, learning, AI tools, expert systems, language, and vision. Papers were written in the native languages of the participants: Spanish, Portuguese, and Catalan. Twenty extended abstracts describing ongoing projects were also included in the proceedings.


Artificial intelligence algorithms computer vision fuzzy genetic algorithm genetic algorithms intelligence knowledge knowledge representation learning machine learning multi-agent system robot robotics uncertainty

Editors and affiliations

  • Francisco J. Garijo
    • 1
  • José C. Riquelme
    • 2
  • Miguel Toro
    • 2
  1. 1.Telefónica Investigación y DesarrolloMadridSpain
  2. 2.Dpto. Lenguajes y Sistemas InformáticosUniversidad de Sevilla, ETS Ingeniería InformáticaSevilleSpain

Bibliographic information

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  • Copyright Information Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 2002
  • Publisher Name Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg
  • eBook Packages Springer Book Archive
  • Print ISBN 978-3-540-00131-7
  • Online ISBN 978-3-540-36131-2
  • Series Print ISSN 0302-9743
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