Journal: Knowledge Eng. Review

Volume 26, Issue 4

365 -- 410Pietro Baroni, Martin Caminada, Massimiliano Giacomin. An introduction to argumentation semantics
411 -- 444Archie C. Chapman, Alex Rogers, Nicholas R. Jennings, David S. Leslie. A unifying framework for iterative approximate best-response algorithms for distributed constraint optimization problems
445 -- 486Juan Sequeda, Syed Hamid Tirmizi, Óscar Corcho, Daniel P. Miranker. Survey of directly mapping SQL databases to the Semantic Web
487 -- 511Iyad Rahwan, Bita Banihashemi, Chris Reed, Douglas Walton, Sherief Abdallah. Representing and classifying arguments on the Semantic Web

Volume 26, Issue 3

243 -- 245Horacio González-Vélez. Guest editorial preface: Computational intelligence for neuro-oncological diagnosis
247 -- 260David Dupplaw, Madalina Croitoru, Srinandan Dasmahapatra, Alex Gibb, Horacio González-Vélez, Miguel Lurgi, Bo Hu, Paul H. Lewis, Andrew Peet. A knowledge-rich distributed decision support framework: a case study for brain tumour diagnosis
261 -- 282Liang Xiao 0002, Srinandan Dasmahapatra, Paul H. Lewis, Bo Hu, Andrew Peet, Alex Gibb, David Dupplaw, Madalina Croitoru, Francesc Estanyol, Juan Martínez-Miranda, Horacio González-Vélez, Magí Lluch i Ariet. The design and implementation of a novel security model for HealthAgents
283 -- 301Carlos Sáez, Juan Miguel García-Gómez, Javier Vicente, Salvador Tortajada, Jan Luts, David Dupplaw, Sabine Van Huffel, Montserrat Robles. A generic and extensible automatic classification framework applied to brain tumour diagnosis in HealthAgents
303 -- 328Bo Hu, Madalina Croitoru, Roman Roset, David Dupplaw, Miguel Lurgi, Srinandan Dasmahapatra, Paul H. Lewis, Juan Martínez-Miranda, Carlos Sáez. The HealthAgents ontology: knowledge representation in a distributed decision support system for brain tumours
329 -- 351Francesc Estanyol, Xavier Rafael Palou, Roman Roset, Miguel Lurgi, Mariola Mier, Magí Lluch i Ariet. A Web-accessible distributed data warehouse for brain tumour diagnosis
353 -- 363Alexander Gibb, John Easton, Nigel Davies, Yu Sun, Lesley Macpherson, Kal Natarajan, Theodoros N. Arvanitis, Andrew Peet. The development of a graphical user interface, functional elements and classifiers for the non-invasive characterization of childhood brain tumours using magnetic resonance spectroscopy

Volume 26, Issue 2

99 -- 157Rónán Daly, Qiang Shen, J. Stuart Aitken. Learning Bayesian networks: approaches and issues
159 -- 174Tangming Yuan, David J. Moore, Chris Reed, Andrew Ravenscroft, Nicolas Maudet. Informal logic dialogue games in human-computer dialogue
175 -- 190Luca Cernuzzi, Franco Zambonelli. Adaptive organizational changes in agent-oriented methodologies
191 -- 208José Manuel Gascueña, Antonio Fernández-Caballero. On the use of agent technology in intelligent, multisensory and distributed surveillance
209 -- 236Frank Guerin. Learning like a baby: a survey of artificial intelligence approaches
237 -- 238Simon Parsons. ::::Probabilistic Graphical Models: Principles and Techniques:::: by Daphne Koller and Nir Friedman, MIT Press, 1231 pp., 95.00, ISBN 0-262-01319-3

Volume 26, Issue 1

1 -- 3Peter McBurney, Simon Parsons, Mirko Viroli. A quarter-century of ::::The Knowledge Engineering Review::::: Introduction to the Special Issue
5 -- 10John Fox. Formalizing knowledge and expertise: where have we been and where are we going?
11 -- 17John Anderson, Jacky Baltes, Chi-Tai Cheng. Robotics competitions as benchmarks for AI research
19 -- 24Patrick Brézillon. From expert systems to context-based intelligent assistant systems: a testimony
25 -- 29Frans Coenen. Data mining: past, present and future
31 -- 33Rogier M. van Eijk. Ayurveda for agents: an attempt to bring the sciences of natural and artificial intelligence closer together
35 -- 43Marcelo A. Falappa, Alejandro Javier García, Gabriele Kern-Isberner, Guillermo Ricardo Simari. On the evolving relation between Belief Revision and Argumentation
45 -- 51Yolanda Gil. Interactive knowledge capture in the new millennium: how the Semantic Web changed everything
53 -- 59Andrea Omicini, Mirko Viroli. Coordination models and languages: from parallel computing to self-organisation
61 -- 69Iyad Rahwan, Kate Larson. Logical mechanism design
71 -- 72Simon Parsons. ::::Algorithmic Game Theory:::: by Noam Nisan, Tim Roughgarden, Éva Tardos and Vijay V. Vazirani, Cambridge University Press, 754 pp., £32.00, ISBN 0-521-87282-0