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Author Index Volume 13 (2015)

Abdel-Hafez, A., Y. Xu and A. Jøsang, A normal-distribution based rating aggregation method for generating product reputations (1) 43–51

Aberer, K., see Vakili, G. (4) 295–312

Andreae, P., see Wang, D.X. (3) 153–165

Bahrainian, S.A. and A. Dengel, Sentiment analysis of texts by capturing underlying sentiment patterns (1) 53–68

Barnden, J., see Gargett, A. (2) 103–114

Bell, C., see Hutto, C.J. (1) 69–87

Chen, J., Properties of a new adaptive sampling method with applications to scalable learning (4) 215–227

Chen, L., see Wang, F. (3) 137–152

Chen, X., see Xie, J. (4) 267–278

Day, M.-Y., see Liu, C.-L. (2) 91–92

Dengel, A., see Bahrainian, S.A. (1) 53–68

Fain, B., see Hutto, C.J. (1) 69–87

Farmer, S., see Hutto, C.J. (1) 69–87

Fausset, C., see Hutto, C.J. (1) 69–87

Gao, X., see Wang, D.X. (3) 153–165

Gargett, A. and J. Barnden, Gen-Meta: Generating metaphors by combining AI and corpus-based modeling (2) 103–114

Garofalakis, J.D., see Nikolakopoulos, A.N. (4) 247–265

Hadad, M., see Zuckerman, I. (3) 179–194

Halimi, K. and H. Seridi-Bouchelaghem, Semantic web based learning styles identification for social learning environments personalization (1) 3–29

Hao, J. and H.-F. Leung, Reinforcement social learning of social optimality with influencer agents (3) 167–178

Harley, L., see Hutto, C.J. (1) 69–87

Hasebe, Y., H. Kawakami, T. Hiraoka and K. Naito, Card-type tool to support divergent thinking for embodying benefits of inconvenience (2) 93–102

Hiraoka, T., see Hasebe, Y. (2) 93–102

Hsu, W.-L., see Lin, C.-J. (2) 123–133

Huang, C.-J., see Li, C.-T. (2) 115–122

Hutto, C.J., C. Bell, S. Farmer, C. Fausset, L. Harley, J. Nguyen and B. Fain, Social media gerontology: Understanding social media usage among older adults (1) 69–87

Ji, J., see Xie, J. (4) 267–278

Jøsang, A., see Abdel-Hafez, A. (1) 43–51

Kato, C., see Yoneda, K. (4) 279–294

Kawakami, H., see Hasebe, Y. (2) 93–102

Kumar, V., see Prasath, R. (1) 31–41

Lee, C.-W., see Lin, C.-J. (2) 123–133

Leung, H.-F., see Hao, J. (3) 167–178

Li, C.-T., C.-J. Huang and M.-K. Shan, Automatic generation of visual story for fairy tales with digital narrative (2) 115–122

Li, G., see Zhu, T. (4) 229–246

Li, Y. and V.V. Raghavan, Editorial (3) 135–135

Lin, C.-J., C.-W. Lee, C.-W. Shih and W.-L. Hsu, Rank correlation analysis of RITE datasets and evaluation metrics – an observation on NTCIR-10 RITE Chinese subtasks (2) 123–133

Liu, C.-L., M. Matsushita, Y. Takama, M.-Y. Day and V.S.-M. Tseng, Editorial: Intelligent interaction, reasoning, and applications (2) 91–92

Matsushita, M., see Liu, C.-L. (2) 91–92

Nacke, L.E., see Nogueira, P.A. (3) 195–214

Naito, K., see Hasebe, Y. (2) 93–102

Nguyen, J., see Hutto, C.J. (1) 69–87

Nikolakopoulos, A.N. and J.D. Garofalakis, Top-N recommendations in the presence of sparsity: An NCD-based approach (4) 247–265

Nogueira, P.A., R. Rodrigues, E. Oliveira and L.E. Nacke, Modelling human emotion in interactive environments: Physiological ensemble and grounded approaches for synthetic agents (3) 195–214

Oliveira, E., see Nogueira, P.A. (3) 195–214

Papaioannou, T.G., see Vakili, G. (4) 295–312

Pasi, G., see Xu, Y. (1) 1–2

Prasath, R., V. Kumar and S. Sarkar, Assisting web document retrieval with topic identification in tourism domain (1) 31–41

Raghavan, V.V., see Li, Y. (3) 135–135

Ren, Y., see Zhu, T. (4) 229–246

Rodrigues, R., see Nogueira, P.A. (3) 195–214

Sarkar, S., see Prasath, R. (1) 31–41

Seridi-Bouchelaghem, H., see Halimi, K. (1) 3–29

Shan, M.-K., see Li, C.-T. (2) 115–122

Shih, C.-W., see Lin, C.-J. (2) 123–133

Sugawara, T., see Yoneda, K. (4) 279–294

Sugiyama, A., see Yoneda, K. (4) 279–294

Takama, Y., see Liu, C.-L. (2) 91–92

Tseng, V.S.-M., see Liu, C.-L. (2) 91–92

Vakili, G., T.G. Papaioannou and K. Aberer, On the emergence of semantic agreement among rational agents (4) 295–312

Wang, D.X., X. Gao and P. Andreae, DIKEA: Exploiting Wikipedia for keyphrase extraction (3) 153–165

Wang, F. and L. Chen, Review mining for estimating users’ ratings and weights for product aspects (3) 137–152

Xie, J., X. Chen and J. Ji, Multi-mode Natural Language Processing for human-robot interaction (4) 267–278

Xiong, P., see Zhu, T. (4) 229–246

Xu, Y. and G. Pasi, Preface (1) 1–2

Xu, Y., see Abdel-Hafez, A. (1) 43–51

Yoneda, K., A. Sugiyama, C. Kato and T. Sugawara, Learning and relearning of target decision strategies in continuous coordinated cleaning tasks with shallow coordination (4) 279–294

Zhou, W., see Zhu, T. (4) 229–246

Zhu, T., G. Li, Y. Ren, W. Zhou and P. Xiong, Privacy preserving data release for tagging recommender systems (4) 229–246

Zuckerman, I. and M. Hadad, A BDI-based agent architecture for social competent agents (3) 179–194