PKAW 2012
The 2012 Pacific Rim Knowledge Acquisition Workshop
3-7 September, 2012
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Call for Papers
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 Honorary Chairs
Prof. Paul Compton
University of New South Wales, Australia
Prof. Hiroshi Motoda
AFOSR/AOARD and Osaka University, Japan

 Workshop Co-Chairs
Prof. Deborah Richards
Macquarie University
A/Prof. Byeong-ho Kang
University of Tasmania

 Workshop Sponsors
Air Force Office of Scientific Research

Asian Office of Aerospace Research and Development

MIMOS Berhad

Sarawak Convention Bureau

Welcome to PKAW 2012


Wednesday 5th September 2012

8:00-9:00 KTW Opening Ceremony
9:00-10:00 Keynotes (See KTW program)

MORNING TEA 10:00-10:30

10:30-10:40 PKAW Welcome

KA Issues and Evaluation

10:40-11:00 Constraints Dependent T-Way Test Suite Generation Using Harmony Search Strategy
Abdulrahman A. Alsewari and Kamal Z. Zamli

11:00-11:20 Evaluating Disaster Management Knowledge Model by Using a Frequency-Based Selection technique
Siti Hajar Othman and Ghassan Beydoun

11:20-11:40 Perceptual Evaluation of Automatic 2.5D Cartoon Modelling
Fengqi An, Xiongcai Cai and Arcot Sowmya

11:40-12:00 User-Centric Recommendation-based Approximate Information Retrieval from Marine Sensor Data
Zhao Chen, Md.Sumon Shahriar and Byeong Ho Kang

12:00-12:25 Addressing Challenges for Knowledge Discovery from Data in the Domain of Seaport Integration
Ana Halabi Echeverry and Deborah Richards
Identifying characteristics of seaports for environmental benchmarks based on meta-learning
Ana Halabi Echeverry, Deborah Richards and Ayse Bilgin

12:25-12:35 Data Envelopment Analysis for Evaluating Knowledge Acquisition and Creation
Chuen Tse Kuah and Kuan Yew Wong

LUNCH 12:35-14:00

14:00-15:00 Keynotes (See KTW program)

Agent Based Knowledge Acquisition and Management

15:00-15:25 Planning Children's Stories Using Agent Models
Ethel Ong and Karen Ang
Commonsense Knowledge Acquisition through Children's Stories
Ethel Ong and Roland Christian Chua

15:25-15:50 A Framework for a Multi-Agent Collaborative Virtual Learning Environment (MACVILLE) Based on Activity Theory
Nader Hanna and Deborah Richards
Automatic Acquisition of User Models of Interaction to Evaluate the Usability of Virtual Environments
Nader Hanna, Deborah Richards and Michael Jacobson

15:50-16:00 Emergence of Personal Knowledge Management Processes within Multi-agent Roles
Shahrinaz Ismail and Mohd Sharifuddin Ahmad

AFTERNOON TEA 16:00-16:30

Incremental Knowledge Acquisition

16:30-16:50 Detection of CAN by Ensemble Classifiers based on Ripple Down Rules
Andrei Kelarev, Richard Dazeley, Andrew Stranieri, John Yearwood and Herbert Jelinek

16:50-17:10 Improving Open Information Extraction for Informal Web Documents with Ripple-Down Rules
Myung Hee Kim and Paul Compton

17:10-17:20 Knowledge Acquisition for Categorization of Legal Case Reports
Filippo Galgani, Paul Compton and Achim Hoffmann

17:20-17:35 Ripple-Down Rules with the Censored Production Rule
Yang Sok Kim, Paul Compton and Byeong Ho Kang

17:35-17:50 Crowd-sourced Knowledge Bases
Yang Sok Kim, Paul Compton, Byeong Ho Kang, Seung Hwan Ryu, Soyeon Han and Tim Menzies

17:50-18:00 RM and RDM, a Preliminary Evaluation of two Prudent RDR Techniques
Omaru Oarabile Maruatona, Peter Vamplew and Richard Dazeley

Thursday 6th September 2012

9:00-10:00 Keynotes (See KTW program)

MORNING TEA 10:00-10:30

Methods and Applications

10:30-10:45 Towards an Ontology-Based Approach to Knowledge Management of Graduate Attributes in Higher Education
Amara Atif, Peter Busch and Deborah Richards

10:45-11:00 Identifying the Relevance of Social Issues to a Target
Soyeon Han and Hyunsuk Chung

11:00-11:15 Identifying Important Factors for Future Contribution of Wikipedia Editors
Yutaka Yoshida and Hayato Ohwada

11:15-11:30 Network Analysis of Three Twitter Functions: Favorite, Follow and Mention
Shoko Kato, Akihiro Koide, Takayasu Fushimi, Kazumi Saito and Hiroshi Motoda

11:30-11:45 User-Oriented Product Search Based on Consumer Values and Lifestyles
Hesam Ziaei, Wayne Wobcke and Anna Wong

11:45-11:55 A Situated Experiential Learning System Based on a Real-Time 3D Virtual Studio
Mihye Kim, Ji-Seong Jeong, Chan Park, Rae-Hyun Jang and Kwan- Hee Yoo

11:55-12:05 Extracting Communities in Networks based on Functional Properties of Nodes
Takayasu Fushimi, Kazumi Saito and Kazuhiro Kazama

12:05:12:15 Revealing and Trending the Social Knowledge Studies
Maria Lee and Tsung Teng Chen

12:15-12:25 Workflow knowledge sharing through social networks
Peter Busch and Amireh Amirmazaheri

12:25-12:35 Externalizing Senses of Worth in Medical Service Based on Ontological Engineering
Taisuke Ogawa, Mitsuru Ikeda, Muneou Suzuki and Kenji Araki

LUNCH 12:35-14:00

14:00-15:00 Keynotes (See KTW program)

Language, Text and Image Processing

15:00-15:15 A High-Order Hidden Markov Model for Emotion Detection from Text
Dung Ho and Tru Cao

15:15-15:30 A Lazy Mans Way to Part-of-Speech Tagging
Norshuhani Zamin, Alan Oxley, Zainab Abu Bakar and Syed Ahmad Farhan Syed Iskandar

15:30-15:40 Extraction of How-to type question-answering sentences using query sets
Kyohei Ishikawa and Hayato Ohwada

15:40-15:50 Image Indexing and Retrieval with Pachinko Allocation Model: Application on Local and Global Features
Ahmed Boulemden and Yamina Tlili

15:50-16:00 Workshop Closing Remarks
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