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Knowledge-based software engineering; proceedings.


Knowledge-based software engineering; proceedings.

Joint Conference on Knowledge-Based Software Engineering (6th: 2004: Protvino, Russia) Ed. by Vadim Stefanuk and Kenji Kaijiri.

IOS Press


319 pages



Frontiers in artificial intelligence and applications; v.108


In these proceedings from the conference of August 2004, contributors describe their research in such topics as the architecture of knowledge, systems, requirements engineering, data mining and knowledge discovery. General topics include software engineering, program recognition and analysis, ubiquitous computing, learning and management, artificial intelligence, algorithms, business process modeling, and systems. Several of the papers are case studies and reports of applications to business settings.

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