2014

“Facilitating Multi-Agent Coalition Formation through Cooperation in Self-Interested Environments”, Ted Scully & Michael G. Madden, Proceedings of EUMAS 2014, 12th European Conference on Multi-Agent Systems, Springer Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence, Dec 2014.

“One-Class Classification: Taxonomy of Study and Review of Techniques”, Shehroz S. Khan and Michael G. Madden. The Knowledge Engineering Review, Cambridge University Press, 2014. DOI:10.1017/S026988891300043X.

“Adaptive Shooting for Bots in First Person Shooter Games using Reinforcement Learning”, F.G. Glavin & Michael G. Madden. IEEE Transactions on Computational Intelligence and AI in Games, Issue 99, 2014. DOI:0.1109/TCIAIG.2014.2363042.

“One-Class Support Vector Machines Revisited”, Abdenour Bounsiar, Michael G Madden. Proc. IEEE International Conference on Information Science and Applications (ICISA), 2014.

“An Automated Screening System for Tuberculosis”, Ricardo Santiago-Mozos, Fernando Perez-Cruz, Michael G. Madden, & Antonio Artes-Rodriguez. IEEE Journal of Biomedical and Health Informatics, Vol. 18, No. 3, May 2014.

2013

“Bayesian Networks for Mathematical Models: Techniques for Automatic Construction and Efficient Inference”, Catherine G. Enright, Michael G. Madden and Niall Madden. International Journal of Approximate Reasoning, 2013.

2012

“New Similarity Metrics for Raman Spectroscopy”, Shehroz S. Khan and Michael G. Madden. Chemometrics and Intelligent Laboratory Systems, Volume 114, May 2012. DOI:10.1016/j.chemolab.2012.03.007.

“DRE-Bot: A Hierarchical First Person Shooter Bot Using Multiple Sarsa(λ) Reinforcement Learners”, Frank Glavin and Michael G. Madden. Proceedings of IEEE CGAMES 2012, 17th International Conference on Computer Games, Louisville, KY. 

“Modelling the Individual Patient”, Catherine G. Enright, Michael G. Madden, Niall Madden and John G. Laffey. Proc. AICS-2012, 23rd Irish Artificial Intelligence and Cognitive Science Conference, Dublin, 2012.

“Individualised Patient Models Combining Mathematical Models and Real-Time Clinical Data”, Catherine G. Enright, Michael G. Madden, Niall Madden & John G. Laffey, 10th International Conference on Complexity in Acute Illness, Bonn, September 2011 / Journal of Critical Care, 2012 (27).

2011

“Revealing the Origin and Nature of Drug Resistance of Dynamic Tumour Systems”, Ricardo Santiago-Mozos, Imtiaz Khan and Michael G. Madden. International Journal of Knowledge Discovery in Bioinformatics, Vol. 1, Issue 4, 2010. DOI:10.4018/jkdb. 2010100102.  

“Individualised Patient Models Combining Mathematical Models and Real-Time Clinical Data”, Catherine G. Enright, Michael G. Madden, Niall Madden & John G. Laffey, 10th International Conference on Complexity in Acute Illness, Bonn, September 2011.

“Image Recognition of Tuberculosis in Sputum Using k-NN with Dynamic Time Warping”, John O’Malley, Ricardo Santiago-Mozos and Michael G. Madden. Proceedings of AICS-2011, the 22nd Irish Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Cognitive Science, Derry, August 2011.

“Activity Recognition based on Accelerometer Data using Dynamic Time Warping with Ensembles”, Conor O’Rourke and Michael G. Madden. Proceedings of AICS-2011, the 22nd Irish Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Cognitive Science, Derry, August 2011.

“Improving the Performance of Dynamic Bayesian Network Inference by Varying Uncertainty over Time”, Enda O’Connor and Michael G. Madden. Proceedings of AICS-2011, the 22nd Irish Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Cognitive Science, Derry, August 2011.

“Incorporating Reinforcement Learning into the Creation of Human-Like Autonomous Agents in First Person Shooter Games”, Frank G. Glavin and Michael G. Madden. Proceedings of GAMEON 2011, the 12th annual European Conference on Simulation and AI in Computer Games, Galway, August 2011.

“Clinical Time Series Data Analysis Using Mathematical Models and DBNs”, Catherine G. Enright, Michael G. Madden, Niall Madden, and John G. Laffey. Proc. 13th Conference on Artificial Intelligence in Medicine (AIME), Slovenia, July 2011.

“Systems Cytometry Approach to Understanding a Dynamic Cellular System: Asymmetric Lineage Expansion Underpins Tumour Drug Resistance”, Imtiaz Khan, M Rowan Brown, Paul J Smith, Sally Chappell, Michael G. Madden, Ricardo Santiago Mozos, Rachel J. Errington. International Cytometry (CYTO) Conference, Baltimore, MD, May 2011.

“Numerical Solution of a Model for Glucose and Insulin Levels in Critically Ill Patients”, Nhan Anh Thai, N. Madden, C.G. Enright, M.G. Madden, L. O’Callaghan and P.T. Piiroinen. Annual Meeting of the UK and Ireland Section of the Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics, Manchester, UK, January 2011. 

2010

“Revealing the Origin and Nature of Drug Resistance of Dynamic Tumour Systems”, Ricardo Santiago-Mozos, Imtiaz Khan and Michael G. Madden. International Journal of Knowledge Discovery in Bioinformatics, Vol. 1, Issue 4, 2010. DOI:10.4018/jkdb. 2010100102.

“Asymmetric lineage expansion underpins tumour drug resistance and clonogenicity of human osteosarcoma cells”, Imtiaz A Khan (Broad Institute); M Rowan Brown (Swansea University); Anne Carpenter, Mark Bray and Carolina Wählby (Broad Institute); Paul J Smith (University of Cardiff); Ricardo Santiago-Mozos & Michael G. Madden (NUI Galway); Rachel J Errington (University of Cardiff). Cold Spring Harbor Conference on Automated Imaging and High-Throughput Phenotyping, Dec 2010.

“Is Topotecan Effective at Killing Cancer Cells?”, Ricardo Santiago-Mozos, Imtiaz A. Khan & Michael G. Madden. Proceedings of 10th IEEE International Conference on Data Mining, Biological Data Mining and its Applications in Healthcare Workshop, Sydney, December 2010.

“An Ensemble Dynamic Time Warping Classifier with Application to Activity Recognition”, David McGlynn and Michael G. Madden. Proceedings of AI-2010, the Thirtieth SGAI International Conference, Cambridge, UK, December 2010.     
[Best student paper award.]

“A Robust Hierarchical Model for Schizophrenia Detection in High Dimensional fMRI”, Chen & Michael G. Madden. Proceedings of the 5th INFORMS Workshop on Data Mining and Health Informatics (DM-HI 2010) Austin TX, November 2010.

“Refined Learning of Hidden Markov Models with a Modified Baum-Welch Algorithm and Informative Components”, Mei Chen, Michael G. Madden & Lan Liu (Tongji University). Proceedings of the International Conference on Progress in Informatics and Computing (PIC-2010), Shanghai, December 2010.

“Derivation of DBN structure from expert knowledge in the form of systems of ODEs”, Catherine G. Enright, Michael G. Madden & Niall Madden. Poster at Computing with Uncertainty Workshop, Minnesota, Oct 2010.

Proceedings of the 21st National Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Cognitive Science (AICS-2010), edited by Josephine Griffith, Conor Hayes, Michael G. Madden, Denis O’Hora & Colm O’Riordan. Galway, Aug 2010.

“A One-Sided Classification Toolkit with Applications in the Analysis of Spectroscopy Data”, Frank G. Glavin. MSc Research Thesis, National University of Ireland, Galway, September 2010. (Supervisor: Michael G. Madden.)

“Kernels for One-Class Nearest Neighbour Classification and Comparison of Chemical Spectral Data”, Shehroz S. Khan. MSc Research Thesis, National University of Ireland, Galway, September 2010. (Supervisor: Michael G. Madden.)

“Support Vector One-Class Classification for Multiple-Distribution Data”, Abdenour Bounsiar & Michael G. Madden. Proceedings of the 2010 European Signal Processing Conference (EUSIPCO-2010), Aalborg, August 2010.

“Classification of Healthy and Schizophrenic Subjects by Using Multi-Site fMRI Data”, Abdenour Bounsiar & Michael G. Madden. Proceedings of 21st Artificial Intelligence and Cognitive Science Conference, Galway, August 2010.

“A Short Review of fMRI Data Analysis for Cognitive Understanding and Psychiatric Illness Detection”, Mei Chen & Michael G. Madden. Proceedings of 21st Artificial Intelligence and Cognitive Science Conference, Galway, August 2010.

“Modelling Glycaemia in ICU Patients: A Dynamic Bayesian Network Approach”, Catherine G. Enright & Michael G. Madden (NUI Galway), Stuart J. Russell & Norm Aleks (UC Berkeley), Geoffrey Manley (UCSF), John Laffey (NUI Galway), Brian Harte & Anne Mulvey (University Hospital Galway), Niall Madden (NUI Galway). Proceedings of BIOSIGNALS-2010, Part of the 3rd International Joint Conference on Biomedical Engineering Systems and Technologies, Valencia, Spain, January 2010.

“Kernel-Based One-Class Nearest Neighbor Approach for Identification of Chlorinated Solvents”, Shehroz S. Khan and Michael G. Madden. Proceedings of PITTCON-2010 Conference, Orlando, USA, February 2010.

“Qualitative Analysis of Chlorinated Solvents using Raman Spectroscopy and One-Sided Classification Machine Learning Techniques”, Shehroz S. Khan and Michael G. Madden. Proceedings of PITTCON-2010 Conference, Orlando, USA, February 2010.
 

2009

“On the Classification Performance of TAN and General Bayesian Networks” , Michael G. Madden. Knowledge Based Systems, 2009. doi:10.1016/j.knosys.2008.10.006.

“Analysis of the Effect of Unexpected Outliers in the Classification of Spectroscopy Data” Frank G. Glavin and Michael G. Madden, Proceedings of 20th Artificial Intelligence and Cognitive Science Conference, Lecture Notes in Computer Science (Springer), Dublin 2009.
[Best paper award.]

“A Survey of Recent Trends in One Class Classification,” Shehroz S. Khan and Michael G. Madden. Proceedings of 20th Artificial Intelligence and Cognitive Science Conference, Lecture Notes in Computer Science (Springer), Dublin 2009.

2008

"Probabilistic Detection of Short Events, with Application to Critical Care Monitoring", Norm Aleks and Stuart Russell (UC Berkeley), Michael G. Madden (NUI, Galway), Diane Morabito, Geoffrey Manley, Kristan Staudenmayer, and Mitchell Cohen (UC San Francisco). Proceedings of NIPS 2008: 22nd Annual Conference on Neural Information Processing Systems, Vancouver, Canada, December 2008.

“On the Classification Performance of TAN and General Bayesian Networks”, Michael G. Madden. Proceedings of AI-2008, the Twenty-eighth SGAI International Conference, Cambridge, UK, December 2008.
[Best paper award.]  

“A Machine Learning Application for Classification of Chemical Spectra”, Michael G. Madden & Tom Howley. Proceedings of AI-2008, the Twenty-eighth SGAI International Conference, Cambridge, UK, December 2008.

“Data Mining for Academic Institutions.”, William Lyons. MSc Thesis, awarded November 2008. (Supervisor: Michael G. Madden.)

“A Machine Learning Approach to Batch Chemical Process Data Modelling.”, Sunghwa O’Mahony. MSc Thesis, awarded October 2008. (Supervisor: Michael G. Madden.)

“A Data-Driven Exploration of Factors Affecting Student Performance in a Third-Level Institution”, Michael G. Madden (NUI, Galway), William Lyons and Ita Kavanagh (Limerick Institute of Technology). Proceedings of AICS-2008: 19th Irish Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Cognitive Science, Cork, August 2008.

“Analyze IQ Lab Software: A Package for Analysis of Chemical Spectra Based on Machine Learning”, Michael G. Madden & Tom Howley. Demo Session, AICS-2008: 19th Irish Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Cognitive Science, Cork, August 2008.

“Probabilistic Modeling of Sensor Artifacts in Critical Care”, Norm Aleks and Stuart Russell (UC Berkeley), Michael G. Madden (NUI, Galway), Diane Morabito, Geoffrey Manley, Kristan Staudenmayer, and Mitchell Cohen (UC San Francisco). International Conference on Machine Learning, Workshop on Machine Learning in Health Care Applications, Helsinki, July 2008.

2007 

Guest Editor, Artificial Intelligence Review, Volume 28, Number 1, June 2007. Michael G. Madden and Sarah Jane Delany.

Guest Editor, Artificial Intelligence Review, Volume 27, Number 4, April 2007. Michael G. Madden and Sarah Jane Delany. doi:10.1007/s10462-008-9070-9.

Proceedings of the 18th Irish Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Cognitive Science (AICS-2007), edited by Michael G. Madden and Sarah Jane Delany. Dublin, 2007.

“The Evolution of a Kernel-Based Distance Metric for k-NN Regression” , Tom Howley and Michael G. Madden. Proceedings of AICS-2007: 18th Irish Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Cognitive Science, Dublin, August 2007.

“One-Class Support Vector Machine Calibration Using Particle Swarm Optimisation” , Yang Liu and Michael G. Madden. Proceedings of AICS-2007: 18th Irish Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Cognitive Science, Dublin, August 2007.

"Kernel Methods for Machine Learning with Applications to the Analysis of Reaman Spectra", Tom Howley. PhD Thesis, National University of Ireland, Galway, 2007. (Supervisor: Michael G. Madden.)

"Machine Learning Techniques for the Analysis of Raman Spectra", Kenneth Hennessy. PhD Thesis, National University of Ireland, Galway, 2007. (Supervisor: Michael G. Madden.)

2006

"The Effect of Principal Component Analysis on Machine Learning Accuracy with High Dimensional Spectral Data", Tom Howley, Michael G. Madden, Marie-Louise O’Connell and Alan G Ryder. Knowledge Based Systems, Vol. 19, Issue 5, 2006.

"A Neural Network Approach to Predicting Stock Exchange Movements using External Factors", Niall O'Connor and Michael G. Madden. Knowledge Based Systems , Vol. 19, Issue 5, 2006.

"Keeping Your Computers Secure", Michael G. Madden. Chapter 13 of Computers in Psychiatry, F. Lenihan (ed.), Gaskell / Royal College of Psychiatrists, 2006.

"An Evolutionary Approach to Automatic Kernel Construction" , Tom Howley and Michael G. Madden. Proceedings of ICANN 2006: International Conference on Artificial Neural Networks, Athens. Lecture Notes in Computer Science (Springer), Vol. 4132, pp 417-426, Sept 2006.

"Coalition Formation and Calculation in Dynamic Multi-Agent Environments", Edward A. Scully. PhD Thesis, National University of Ireland, 2006. (Supervisor: Michael G. Madden.)

2005

"The Genetic Kernel Support Vector Machine: Description and Evaluation", Tom Howley and Michael G. Madden. Artificial Intelligence Review, Vol. 24, Issue 3-4, 2005.

"An Improved Genetic Programming Technique for Identification of Solvents from Raman Spectra", Kenneth Hennessy, Michael G. Madden, Jennifer Conroy and Alan G. Ryder, Knowledge Based Systems, Vol. 18, Issue 4-5, 2005.

"The Effect of Principal Component Analysis on Machine Learning Accuracy with High Dimensional Spectral Data" , Tom Howley, Michael G. Madden, Marie-Louise O’Connell and Alan G Ryder. Proceedings of AI-2005, 25th International Conference on Innovative Techniques and Applications of Artificial Intelligence, Cambridge, Dec 2005.
[Distinguished paper award.]

"Neural Network Approach to Predicting Stock Exchange Movements using External Factors", Niall O'Connor and Michael G. Madden. Proceedings of AI-2005, 25th International Conference on Innovative Techniques and Applications of Artificial Intelligence, Cambridge, Dec 2005.
[Distinguished paper award.]

“Applicability of Raman Spectroscopy for Detection and Identification of Illicit Materials in Complex Solid Mixtures”, Marc N. Leger, Alan G. Ryder and Michael G. Madden. 32nd FACSS Conference, Federation of Analytical Chemistry and Spectroscopy Societies, Quebec City, Canada, Oct. 2005.

“Machine Learning Methods for Automatic Vehicle Model Recognition from Images.”, Daniel Munroe. MSc Thesis, awarded October 2005. (Supervisor: Michael G, Madden.)

"Classification and Quantification of a Pharmaceutical Analyte in Solid Mixtures with Raman Spectroscopy”, Marc N. Leger, Marie-Louise O’Connell, Alan G. Ryder, Kenneth Hennessey and Michael G. Madden.  32nd FACSS Conference, Federation of Analytical Chemistry and Spectroscopy Societies, Quebec City, Canada, Oct. 2005.

“Qualitative and Quantitative Analysis of Chlorinated Solvents using Raman Spectroscopy and Machine Learning”, Jennifer Conroy, Alan G. Ryder, Marc N. Leger, Kenneth Hennessy & Michael G. Madden, Proceedings of SPIE, the International Society for Optical Engineering, Vol. 5826, pp 131-142, 2005.

“Classification of a Target Analyte in Solid Mixtures using Principal Component Analysis, Support Vector Machines and Raman Spectroscopy”, Marie-Louise O'Connell, Tom Howley, Alan G. Ryder, Marc N. Leger & Michael G. Madden, Proceedings of SPIE, the International Society for Optical Engineering, Vol. 5826, pp 340-350, 2005.

"Investigation into the use of PCA with Machine Learning for the Identification of Narcotics based on Raman Spectroscopy", by Tom Howley, Michael G. Madden, Marie-Louise O’Connell and Alan G Ryder. Proceedings of AICS-05: Irish Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Cognitive Science, Portstewart, Sept 2005.

"Multi-Class and Single-Class Classification Approaches to Vehicle Model Recognition from Images", Daniel Munroe and Michael G. Madden. Proceedings of AICS-05: Irish Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Cognitive Science, Portstewart, Sept 2005.

"Context-Sensitive Regression Analysis for Distributed Data", Yan Xing, Michael G. Madden, Jim Duggan & Gerard J. Lyons, Proc. First International Conference on Advanced Data Mining and Applications, Wuhan, China, July 2005.

"Bayesian ANN Classifier for ECG Arrhythmia Diagnostic System: A Comparison Study" , Dayong Gao, Michael G. Madden, Des Chambers, and Gerard Lyons, Proc. International Joint Conference on Neural Networks, Montreal, July 2005.

2004

"Context-Based Numeric Prediction for Distributed Data with Contextual Heterogeneity", Yan Xing. PhD Thesis, National University of Ireland, 2004. (Supervisors: Michael G. Madden and Jim Duggan.)  

“Machine Learning Techniques Applied to Raman Spectral Data For Cancer Detection.”, Keith Nagle. MSc Thesis, awarded October 2004. (Supervisor: Michael G. Madden.)

“The Evolution of Reciprocity in a Multi-Agent Environment with Neighbourhoods.”, Enda Ridge. MSc Thesis, awarded September 2004. (Supervisor: Michael G. Madden.)

"Transfer of Experience between Reinforcement Learning Environments with Progressive Difficulty" , Michael G. Madden & T. Howley. Artificial Intelligence Review, Vol. 21, Issue 3, 2004.

"Arrhythmia Identification from ECG Signals with a Neural Network Classifier Based on a Bayesian Framework" , Dayong Gao, Michael G. Madden, Michael Schukat, Des Chambers, and Gerard Lyons. Work-in-Progress track of AI-2004, the Twenty-fourth SGAI International Conference on Innovative Techniques and Applications of Artificial Intelligence, December 2004.     
[Best paper in WIP track.]

"An Improved Genetic Programming Technique for Identification of Solvents from Raman Spectra", Kenneth Hennessy, Michael G. Madden, Jennifer Conroy and Alan G. Ryder. Proceedings of AI-2004, 24th SGAI International Conference on Innovative Techniques and Applications of Artificial Intelligence, December 2004.  
[Distinguished paper award.]

"The Genetic Evolution of Kernels for Support Vector Machine Classifiers" , Tom Howley and Michael G. Madden. Proceedings of AICS-2004, 15th Irish Conference on Artificial Intelligence & Cognitive Science, September 2004.

"Combining Genetic Algorithms, Neural Networks and Wavelet Transforms for Analysis of Raman Spectra", Kenneth Hennessy, Michael G. Madden and Alan G. Ryder. Proceedings of AICS-2004, 15th Irish Conference on Artificial Intelligence & Cognitive Science, September 2004.

"The Evolution of Probabilistic Reciprocity in a Multi-agent Environment with Neighbourhoods", Enda Ridge, Michael G. Madden and Gerard Lyons. Proceedings of CIA-2004, the Eighth International Workshop on Cooperative Information Agents, September 2004.

"Coalition Calculation in a Dynamic Agent Environment", Ted Scully, Michael G. Madden and Gerard Lyons. Proceedings of ICML 2004, the 21st International Conference on Machine Learning, July 2004.

2003

“Evaluation of Student Attitudes to Learning the Java Language”, Michael G. Madden & Des Chambers. Chapter 14 of Recent Advances in Java Technology, J.F. Power and J.T. Waldron (eds.), Computer Science Press, Trinity College Dublin, 2003.

"Experiments with Reinforcement Learning in Environments with Progressive Difficulty", Michael G. Madden & T. Howley. Proceedings of AICS-2003, 14th Irish Conference on Artificial Intelligence & Cognitive Science, September 2003.

"Reciprocity in Open Agent Environments", E. Ridge, Michael G. Madden, C. O'Riordan and G.J. Lyons. Proceedings of AICS-2003, 14th Irish Conference on Artificial Intelligence & Cognitive Science, September 2003.

"The Performance of Bayesian Network Classifiers Constructed using Different Techniques", Michael G. Madden. Proceedings of European Conference on Machine Learning, Workshop on Probabilistic Graphical Models for Classification, September 2003.

"Context-Based Distributed Regression in Virtual Organizations", Y. Xing, Michael G. Madden, J. Duggan and G.J. Lyons. Proceedings of European Conference on Machine Learning, Workshop on Parallel and Distributed Computing for Machine Learning, September 2003.

"Distributed Regression For Heterogeneous Data Sets", Y. Xing, Michael G. Madden, J. Duggan and G.J. Lyons. Proceedings of 5th International Symposium on Intelligent Data Analysis, August 2003. Lecture Notes in Computer Science (Springer), Vol. 2810, 2003.

"A Multi-Agent System for Context-based Distributed Data Mining", Yan Xing, Michael. G. Madden, Jim Duggan, and Gerard Lyons, Technical Report, NUIG-IT-170503, Department of Information Technology, National University of Ireland, 2003.

“Machine Learning Methods for Quantitative Analysis of Raman Spectroscopy Data”, Michael G. Madden & A.G. Ryder. Proceedings of SPIE, the International Society for Optical Engineering, Vol. 4876, pp 1130-1139, 2003.

2002

“A New Bayesian Network Structure for Classification Tasks”, Michael G. Madden.  Proceedings of AICS-2002, 13th Irish Conference on Artificial Intelligence & Cognitive Science, September 2002. Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence, Vol. 2464.

“The Implication of Using Regression and Neural Network Models for Forecasting Financial Time Series Data.” Colin Torpey. MSc Thesis, awarded October 2002. (Supervisor: Michael G. Madden.)

“A Machine Learning Approach to Diagnosis of Gastrointestinal Ailments.” Gillian Raftery.MSc Thesis, awarded October 2002. (Supervisor: Michael G. Madden.)

“Evaluation of the Performance of the Markov Blanket Bayesian Classifier Algorithm”, Michael G. Madden.  Technical Report No. NUIG-IT-011002, Department of Information Technology, National University of Ireland, Galway, 2002. 

“Student Attitudes to Learning the Java Language”, Michael G. Madden & Des Chambers. Proceedings of Principles and Practice of Programming in Java, Dublin, June 2002, pp. 125-130.

“Control of Software Development for Internet-Based Projects.” Patrick O’Farrell. Master in Information Technology Thesis, awarded October 2001. (Supervisor: Michael G. Madden.)

Previous Millennium 

“Monitoring and Diagnosis of Multiple Incipient Faults Using Fault Tree Induction”, Michael G. Madden & P.J. Nolan. IEE Proceedings – Control Theory and Applications Journal, Institution of Electrical Engineers, London. Vol. 146, Issue 2, 1999.

“A New Architecture for Flexible Shop Control Systems”, G. Teunis (University of Hannover), P. Leitão (Centre of CIM of Porto) and Michael G. Madden (MCS International). Proceedings of IIM ’98: The European Conference on Integration in Manufacturing, Göteborg, Sweden, October 1998.

“Hierarchically Structured Inductive Learning for Fault Diagnosis”, Michael G. Madden.  Proceedings of AIENG-98, 13th International Conference on Applications of Artificial Intelligence in Engineering, July 1998.

“Towards Distributed Computing and Decentralisation In Shop Control”, Michael G. Madden (MCS International), M. Winkler (University of Hannover) and M. Uusitalo (Ahlstrom Machinery, Finland). Proceedings of MSD ’97, the First International Conference on Manufacturing System Design.

“Implementation of a Fault Tree Based Diagnosis System for Incipient Faults in Machine Tool Components”, P.J. Nolan, P. Muldoon, Michael G. Madden (all NUI Galway) and D.M. Lennon (MCS International). Proceedings of ICCIM/AUTOFACT ASIA 1995, Singapore, July 1995.

“Application of AI Based Reinforcement Learning to Robot Vehicle Control”, Michael G. Madden & P.J. Nolan. Proceedings AIENG-95, Tenth International Conference on Applications of Artificial Intelligence in Engineering, Udine, Italy, July 1995.

“Integrating Customised AutoCAD Graphics with Dynamic Simulation Systems”, Michael G. Madden, E.T. Ryan and P.J. Nolan. Proceedings of Second European Workshop on Computer Simulation of Factories, Queen's University of Belfast and NUI Galway, March 1995.

“Diagnosis using Fault Trees Induced from Simulated Incipient Fault Case Data”, P.J. Nolan, Michael G. Madden and P. Muldoon. Proceedings of Second International Conference on Intelligent Systems Engineering, Technical University of Hamburg-Harburg, Germany, September 1994.

“Fault Diagnosis in Machine Tool Components. Part 1: Methodology and Hardware Description”, P.J. Nolan, Michael G. Madden and D.M. Lennon. Proceedings of Eleventh Conference of the Irish Manufacturing Committee, Queen's University, Belfast, August 1994.

“Generation of Fault Trees from Simulated Incipient Fault Case Data”, Michael G. Madden and P.J. Nolan. Proceedings of Ninth International Conference on Applications of Artificial Intelligence in Engineering, Pennsylvania, USA, July 1994.

“System Integration in the Computer Simulated Plant Project”, Michael G. Madden and P.J. Nolan. Proceedings of First European Workshop on Computer Simulation of Factories, Chemnitz, Germany, November 1994.