Progress in Discovery Science 2002
: The Structure of Scientific Discovery: From a Philosophical Point of View.
: Ideal Concepts, Intuitions, and Mathematical Knowledge Acquisitions in Husserl and Hilbert.
: Discovery of Chances Underlying Real Data.
: Towards the Integration of Inductive and Nonmonotonic Logic Programming.
: EM Learning for Symbolic-Statistical Models in Statistical Abduction.
: Constructing a Critical Casebase to Represent a Lattice-Based Relation.
: Classification of Object Sequences Using Syntactical Structure.
: In Pursuit of Interesting Patterns with Undirected Discovery of Exception Rules.
: Second Difference Method Reinforced by Grouping: A New Tool for Assistance in Assignment of Complex Molecular Spectra.
: Discovery of Positive and Negative Knowledge in Medical Databases Using Rough Sets.
: Meme Media for Re-editing and Redistributing Intellectual Assets and Their Application to Interactive Virtual Information Materialization.