18-20 September 2002
This workshop is the 19th in
the Machine Intelligence series, which was
founded by Professor Donald
Michie in 1965. The workshop programme chair is Professor Stephen
Muggleton, with local arrangements support by Janice Lonsdale.
The theme of this year's workshop is ``Reasoning and Uncertainty: methods
and applications''. That is, Uncertainty Reasoning
on the one hand, and Machine Learning on the other.
The theme was chosen by the Machine Intelligence board as a
natural outcome of discussions at Machine Intelligence
18 which identified the increasing need for explicit representation
of uncertainty in machine learned models of biological processes.
The workshop will bring together a number of the most respected
figures in these related fields of Artificial Intelligence.
Papers at the workshop will be refereed for a
of the Machine Intelligence
area of the
ETAI (Electronic Transactions
on Artificial Intelligence) Journal. Referee comments for inclusion of
papers will be posted on the
MI19 ETAI web page.
Programme for Machine Intelligence 19 (PDF - includes information about breaks and session chairs)