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Intelligent Systems 2007 Second Symposium of Young Scientists Selected Papers Guest Editors
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  Intelligent Systems 2007Second Symposium of YoungScientists Selected Papers Guest Editors: Tibor Gregorics Department of Software Technologyand MethodologyEötvös Loránd UniversityBudapest, Hungary gregorics@inf.elte.hu Bálint Molnár Department of Information SystemsCorvinus University of BudapestBudapest, Hungary molnar@informatika.bke.hu Edit Sántáné-Tóth Department of Software Technologyand MethodologyEötvös Loránd UniversityBudapest, Hungary santa@inf.elte.hu Péter Szeredi Department of Computer Scienceand Information TheoryBudapest University of Technologyand EconomicsBudapest, Hungary szeredi@cs.bme.hu Zoltán Vámossy Institute of Software TechnologyBudapest TechBudapest, Hungary vamossy.zoltan@nik.bmf.hu László Zsolt Varga System Development DepartmentComputer and Automation ResearchInstitute of the Hungarian Academyof Sciences (MTA SZTAKI)Budapest, Hungary laszlo.varga@sztaki.hu  Preface This issue of   Acta Cybernetica   contains eight papers srcinally presented at theSecond Symposium of Young Scientists, entitled  Intelligent Systems 2007  , held inBudapest, on November 23, 2007. The Symposium, with the Hungarian acronymIRFIX’07, was organised by the Artificial Intelligence Section of the John von Neu-mann Computer Society (JvNCS), the Hungarian member of the European Coordi-nating Committee for Artificial Intelligence (ECCAI). The Programme Committeewas led by the Chair of the AI Section of JvNCS, Péter Szeredi, and included thefive members of the Executive Board of the AI Section, listed as Guest Editorsbelow.The main goal of the meeting was to provide a forum for young researchersin both theoretical and practical AI for presenting their work, and to support theexchange of ideas between the Hungarian research groups in AI. The Symposiumwas part of the Hungarian Science Festival, a month-long series of lectures, confer-ences, celebrations, and other events commemorating the founding of the HungarianAcademy of Sciences in 1825.The IRFIX’07 Symposium included 12 talks and 12 poster presentations, invarious subfields of Artificial Intelligence. The talks were organised in three ses-sions, entitled Declarative Technologies, Machine Learning, and Applications. Theconference featured an invited talk by prof. Tibor Vámos, ECCAI fellow, entitled “What is the use of epistemology, the critical examination of knowledge?”. Therewere over 50 participants, representing a broad range of Hungarian higher educa-tion and research institutions, as well as company research labs. There was a livelydiscussion after each talk, which continued during the concluding poster session.The event was hosted by the John von Neumann Faculty of Informatics of theBudapest Tech, in its new building at Bécsi út, Budapest.Following the Symposium the authors of both standard and poster presentationswere invited to submit papers to this Special Issue of   Acta Cybernetica  . Fourteenpapers were received and were then subjected to the normal refereeing process of the Journal. The eight accepted papers cover a broad spectrum of topics, andreport on progress both in the theory and in the practice of AI. The first threepapers discuss declarative technologies and their applications: a web applicationdevelopment framework (Hunyadi), a semantic approach to content management(Kovács), and Prolog-based tools for teaching chemistry (Pántya and Zsakó). Thenext three articles, all from the research group of András Lőrincz, deal with variousaspects of reinforcement learning (Szita and Lőrincz, Jeni et al., Gyenes et al.).The Special Issue is concluded with two papers on AI algorithms and theory: anovel evolutionary algorithm is presented by Lomonosov and Renner, while Kárászdiscusses a mathematical model of a discrete retrial system.559  Thanks are due to all the authors presenting their work at IRFIX’07 and espe-cially those submitting their contributions to this Special Issue. In addition to theGuest Editors, the following colleagues took part in the reviewing process: TiborÁsványi, Balázs Csanád Csaji, László Csink, Zoltán Istenes, Attila Kiss, LászlóLakatos, Gergely Lukácsy, József Kázmér Tar, and Zsolt Zombori. Their help isvery much appreciated. Special thanks are due to Zoltán Vámossy, for his excellentwork on the local organisation of the event.The Third Symposium of Young Scientists,  Intelligent Systems 2008  , is held onNovember 28, 2008, and a similar Special Issue of Acta Cybernetica is scheduledfor 2009.Tibor GregoricsBálint MolnárEdit Sántáné-TóthPéter SzerediZoltán VámossyLászló Zsolt VargaGuest EditorsMembers of the Executive Board of theArtificial Intelligence Section of JvNCS560
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