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By Wan-Shiou Yang, Shi-Xin Weng (auth.), Ilias Maglogiannis, Vassilis Plagianakos, Ioannis Vlahavas (eds.)

This ebook constitutes the complaints of the seventh Hellenic convention on man made Intelligence, SETN 2012, held in Lamia, Greece, in may possibly 2012. The forty seven contributions incorporated during this quantity have been rigorously reviewed and chosen from eighty one submissions. They take care of emergent themes of man-made intelligence and are available from the SETN major convention in addition to from the next specified periods on advancing translational organic examine during the incorporation of synthetic intelligence methodologies; man made intelligence in bioinformatics; clever annotation of electronic content material; clever, affective, and normal interfaces; and unified multimedia wisdom illustration and processing.

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E. visual word). We do this through a fast variant of the k-means algorithm that uses approximate nearest neighbor search, in which nearest cluster centers at each iteration are assigned using randomized kd-trees. We use the FLANN [11] both in vocabulary creation and to assign visual words to image features. A histogram of constant-length can be constructed for each image, containing the appearance frequencies per visual word. This is called the Bag-of-words vector of the image, and it is a Nvw -dimensional vector, where Nvw is the size of the visual vocabulary.

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As such, they can be used for effectively exploiting the extracted features and classify the cultural items in the different concept categories that are included in the formal knowledge. , the feature vectors/values, is a normalized linear kernel defined as follows: kl (x, y) := xT y + c x y (1) where x, y are vectors of features, · is the Euclidean norm and c is considered zero. Furthermore, it is possible to extend the SVM kernel so as to include individuals within ontologies [7,5]. The extension comes from a family of kernel functions defined as kFp : Ind(A) × Ind(A) → [0, 1], for a knowledge base K = T , A .

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