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  • Zhao, Yanchang; Zhang, Huaifeng; Cao, Longbing; Bohlscheid, Hans-Michael; Ou, Yuming; Zhang, Chengqi (Springer, 2009)
    This chapter presents four applications of data mining in social security. The first is an application of decision tree and association rules to find the demographic patterns of customers. Sequence mining is used in the ...
  • Wu, Shan Shan; Zhao, Yanchang; Zhang, Huaifeng; Zhang, Chengqi; Cao, Longbing; Bohlscheid, Hans-Michael (Springer, 2009)
    Debt detection is important for improving payment accuracy in social security. Since debt detection from customer transaction data can be generally modelled as a fraud detection problem, a straightforward solution is to ...
  • Debenham, John; Henderson-Sellers, Brian (Idea Group Publishing, 2003)
  • Ma, Jun; Goyal, Madhu (Springer, 2010)
    To be successful in a multi-attribute auction, agents must be capable of adapting to continuously changing bidding price. This chapter presents a novel fuzzy attitude-based bidding strategy (FA-Bid), which employs dual ...
  • Amitani, Shigeki; Edmonds, Ernest (Springer, 2008)
    The aim of this research is to develop a system to support video artists. We have analysed the process of making a video sequence in collaboration with an experienced video artist so that design rationales of the system ...
  • Hawryszkiewycz, Igor (IGI Global, 2010)
    Collaboration is playing an increasing role in business especially given an increase in business networking. Such networks are formed to gain business advantage by combining expertise from many businesses or organizational ...
  • Leung, Linda; Humphreys, Tania; Weakley, Alastair (IGI Global, 2010)
    E-mail has become so ubiquitous that it has surpassed existing only as a tool of asynchronous communication. E-mail has contributed to the rise of the distributed organization that is widely dispersed across nodes and ...
  • Zhang, Guangquan; Lu, Jie; Lu, Philip (Springer, 2010)
    In real world applications, interested concepts are more likely to change rather than remain stable, which is known as concept drift. This situation causes problems on predictions for many learning algorithms including ...
  • Cao, Longbing (Springer, 2009)
    Actionable trading strategies for trading agents determine the potential of the simulated models in real-life markets. The development of actionable strategies is a non-trivial task, which needs to consider real-life ...
  • Maclean, A; Bellotti, V; Buckingham Shum, Simon (Elsevier, 1993)
  • Lu, Zi; Zhang, J; Han, Bing; Deng, Zhuopeng; Lu, Jie (IGP, 2007)
    The chapter assesses and cognizes the development of urban e-government in China from two main aspects: functionality and complexity. Tofunctionality, nine Web sites of urban governments in China at three levels were ...
  • Wong, Bernard (Idea Group Publishing, 2006)
  • Chowdhury, Gobinda; Foo, Schubert (Facet Publishing, 2012)
    A critical review of progress of research in digital libraries and information access
  • Tsai, Po-Hsiang; Hintz, Thomas; Tran, Tich; Jan, Tony (IN-TECH, 2008)
    Facial analysis and recognition have received substential attention from researchers in biometrics, pattern recognition, and computer vision communities. They have a large number of applications, such as security, ...
  • Cao, Longbing; Zhang, Chengqi (IGI Global, 2008)
    Quantitative intelligence based traditional data mining is facing grand challenges from real-world enterprise and cross-organization applications. For instance, the usual demonstration of specific algorithms cannot support ...
  • Devinney, Timothy; Tang, Ryan (Emerald, 2013)
    Meta-analysis is one of a number of scientific approaches for accumulating knowledge in a research domain. It provides a quantitative synthesis of a literature using various statistical instruments. This chapter introduces ...
  • Debenham, John; Sierra, Carles (Springer, 2010)
    Human agents deliberate using models based on reason for only a minute proportion of the decisions that they make. In stark contrast, the deliberation of artificial agents is heavily dominated by formal models based on ...
  • Debenham, John; Sierra, Carles (Springer, 2010)
    The concept of dual rationality in human agents is well understood. It is significant in the work of the economist and Nobel Laureate Friedrich Hayek. In psychology Sigmund Freud described a??dual information processinga??. ...
  • Guo, Xuetao; Lu, Jie (IDEA Group Publishing, 2005)
  • Burgess, Susan; Houghton, Janice (Scarecrow Press, 2006)