First Publication of Articles during 2001

01-001
John M. Pierre.
On the Automated Classification of Web Sites
01-002
M. Erdmann, A. Maedche, H-P. Schmurr, and S. Staab.
From Manual to Semi-automatic Semantic Annotation
01-003
J. Hefflin, J. Hendler, and S. Luke.
SHOE: A Prototype Language for the Semantic Web
01-004
M. Klein, D. Fensel, F. van Harmelen, and I. Horrocks.
The Relation between Ontologies and XML Schemas
01-005
O. Lassila and D. McGuinness.
The Role of Frame-Based Representation on the Semantic Web
01-006
S. Bowers and L. Delcambre.
A Generic Representation for Exploiting Model-Based Information
01-007
J. Eusterbrock.
Knowledge Mediation in the WWW Based on Labelled DAGs with Attached Constraints
01-008
I-Y. Ko, R. Neches, and K-T. Yao.
Semantically-Based Active Document Collection Templates for Web Information Management Systems
01-009
S. Staab, M. Erdmann, and A. Maedche.
Ontologies in RDF(S)
01-010
Jeen Broekstra, Michel Klein, Stefan Decker, Dieter Fensel, Frank van Harmelen, and Ian Horrocks.
Enabling Knowledge Represemtation on the Web by Extending RDF Schema
01-011
Erik Sandewall.
Cellular Ontology as a Basis for Spatiotemporal Reasoning
01-012
C.H. Bryant, S.H. Muggleton, S.G. Oliver, D.B. Kell, P. Reiser, and R.D. King.
Combining Inductive Logic Programming, Active Learning and Robotics to Discover the Function of Genes
01-013
C.H. Bryant, S.H. Muggleton, A. Srinivasan, A. Whittaker, S. Topp, and C. Rawlings.
Are grammatical representations useful for learning from biological sequence data? - a case study
01-014
Nils J. Nilsson.
Teleo-Reactive Programs and the Triple-Tower Architecture
01-015
Zhanna Reznikova and Boris Ryabko.
How to study ants. Numerical competence using their own communicative means and applying ideas of information theory
01-016
Boris Ryabko.
The nonprobabilistic approach to learning the best prediction
01-017
Kiyoshi Asai.
Finding Genes from DNA Sequences by Using Multi-Stream Hidden Markov Models
01-018
Ikuo Kobayashi, Koichi Furukawa, Tomonobu Ozaki, and Mutsumi Imai.
A Computational Model for Children's Language Acquisition using Inductive Logic Programming
01-019
Hideo Bannai, Yoshinori Tamada, Osamu Maruyama, and Satoru Miyano.
HypothesisCreator: Concepts for Accelerating the Computational Knowledge Discovery Process
01-020
Shinichi Morishita, Jun Ogasawara, Toshihiko Honkura, and Tomoyuki Yamada.
Enumerating Alternative Spliced Transcripts for Understanding Complexity of the Human Genome
01-021
Steffen Schulze-Kremer.
Ontologies for Molecular Biology
01-022
Erik Sandewall.
On the Design of Software Individuals
01-023
Ross D. King, Nathalie Marchand-Geneste, and Bjørn K. Alsberg.
A quantum mechanics based representation of molecules for machine inference
01-024
Philip G.K. Reiser, Ross D. King, Douglas B. Kell, Stephen H. Muggleton, Christopher H. Bryant,
and Stephen G. Oliver.
Developing a Logical Model of Yeast Metabolism
01-025
Jacques Cohen.
Classification of approaches used to study cell regulation: Search for a unified view using constraints and machine learning
01-026
A.P. Cootes, S.H. Muggleton, and M.J. Sternberg.
Automatic determination of protein fold signatures from structured superposition
01-027
Claude Sammut.
Managing Context in a Conversational Agent
01-028
Donald Michie.
Return of the Imitation Game