Company ArrowPublications

1. “Protect Your Company from Non-Compliant Communication
How do you decide what to accept from another enterprise whose communication is non-compliant?”
By Sue Abu-Hakima, M.Eng., Ph.D., Entrust Inc. content technology vice president
Compliance Solutions Advisor Magazine under CONTENT MANAGEMENT, Web issue 2006 week 27
Print issue 2006 Issue 4. On page 20 of the magazine. Doc #18176
http://complianceadvisor.com/doc/18176

2. Control Global Communication
What do you do when you cross borders with regulated enterprise communication?
By Sue Abu-Hakima, M.Eng., Ph.D., Entrust vice president content technology
Compliance Solutions Advisor Magazine under CONTENT MANAGEMENT,
Web issue 2006 week 38, Print issue 2006 Issue 5
On page 3 of the magazine.
Doc #18311
http://complianceadvisor.com/doc/18311

3. Keep Your Compliance Policies Current
A good policy environment has a number of essential components -- including technology -- to facilitate the work of your company policy architects.
By Sue Abu-Hakima, M.Eng., Ph.D., Entrust vice president content technology
Web issue 2006 week 19
Print issue 2006 Issue 3
On page 3 of the magazine.
Doc #17988
http://complianceadvisor.com/doc/17988

4. Sue’s Old Compliance Blog at Entrust:


Publications in Refereed Journals


1. Abu-Hakima, S., Impey, R., and Liscano, R. Intelligent agents for seamless information networking, Carleton Journal Computer Science, 3: 31-42; 1999. NRC 41627.

2. Brezillon, P., and Abu-Hakima, S. Using knowledge in its context: Report of the IJCAI-93 workshop. AI Magazine, 16(1): 87-91; 1995. NRC 38383.

3. Halasz, M., Davidson, P., Abu-Hakima, S., and Phan, S. JETA: A knowledge-based approach to aircraft gas turbine engine maintenance. J. Applied Intelligence 2: 25-46; 1992. NRC 31832.

4. Abu-Hakima, S., and Oppacher, F. Improving explanations in knowledge-based systems: RATIONALE. Knowl. Acquis. 2: 301-343; 1990. NRC 31663.


Publications in Refereed Conference Proceedings


1. S. Abu-Hakima. The Challenges in Developing Machine Learning Technology for Real-World Applications. Proceedings of the Workshop on Machine Learning at the AAAI-2000 17th International Conference. Austin, Texas, August 2000.

2. S. Abu-Hakima. Distributed Information Networks (DIN) and AI. Proceedings of the AAAI-99 Workshop on Distributed Information Networking. Orlando, Florida. August 1999.

3. S. Abu-Hakima, R. Liscano and R. Impey. A Common Multi-Agent Testbed for Diverse Seamless Personal Information Networking Applications. Proceedings of the Canadian Conference on AI (CAI-98). Vancouver. June 1998. Published as Lecture Notes of Springer Verlag. pp. 99-113.

4. S. Abu-Hakima. Integrating Multi-Modal Messages across Heterogeneous Networks. Proceedings of the IEEE International Conference on Communications, Montreal, Quebec: 45-53. June 11-12, 1997.

5. S. Abu-Hakima and M. Toloo. All-successful channel occupations in PRMA-DCA mobile wireless PCS. Proceedings of the 8th IEEE International Symposium on Personal Indoor and Mobile Radio Communications (PIMRC'97), Helsinki, Finland: pp. 411-414. September 1-4, 1997.

6. S. Abu-Hakima and M. Toloo. A multi-agent systems approach for fraud detection in personal communication systems. Proceedings of the 15th International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence (IJCAI-97), Nagoya, Japan: pp. 1-8. August 23-29, 1997.

7. S. Abu-Hakima and M. Toloo. A multi-agent systems approach for fraud detection in personal communication systems. Proceedings of the Ninth Annual International Conference on Wireless Communications, (Wireless ’97), Calgary, Alberta. :pp. 399-408. July 1997.

8. S. Abu-Hakima et al. A System for the Seamless Integration of Personal Messages using Agents Developed on a Lotus Notes Platform. CASCON’96: Meeting of Minds: Published on CD Rom. November 12-14, 1996.

9. Abu-Hakima, S. An approach for the validation of fault-based knowledge through the automated generation of model-based functional knowledge. Workshop Proceedings of the AAAI-96 on Validation and Verification of Knowledge Based Systems and Subsystems, Portland, OR. August 4-8, 1996. NRC 39215.

10. S. Abu-Hakima. Automating Model Acquisition by Fault Knowledge Re-use: Introducing the Diagnostic Remodeler Algorithm. Proceedings of the Canadian Artificial Intelligence Conference, Toronto, ON., May 21-24, 1996.

11. Abu-Hakima, S., Ferguson, I., Stonelake, N., Bijman, E., and Deadman, R. A help desk application for sharing resources across high speed networks using a multi-agent network architecture. Proceedings of the IJCAI Workshop on AI in Distributed Information Networks, Montreal, Que. August 19, 1995. NRC 38384.

12. Abu-Hakima, S. Automating model acquisition by fault knowledge re-use: the diagnostic remodeler (DR) algorithm. International Workshop on the Principles of Diagnosis, New Paltz, NY. October 17-19, 1994. pp. 1-6. NRC 38315.

13. Gray, T., Peres, E., Pinard, D., Abu-Hakima, S., Diaz, A., and Ferguson, I. A multi-agent architecture for enterprise applications. Proceedings of the AAAI-94 Workshop on Artificial Intelligence in Business Process Re-Engineering, Seattle, WA. July 31 - August 4, 1994. pp. 65-72. NRC 37140.

14. Abu-Hakima, S. Multiple views on knowledge and diagnosis. Proceedings of the Knowledge-Based Systems and Robotics Workshop Ottawa, Ont. November 14-17, 1993. pp. 337-344. NRC 37097.

15. Abu-Hakima, S. Automated knowledge acquisition in diagnosis. Proceedings of the Fourth International Workshop on Principles of Diagnosis, Aberystwyth, Wales. September 6-8, 1993. pp. 236-250. NRC 35111.

16. Abu-Hakima, S. A perspective on explanation in diagnosis. Proceedings of the IJCAI Workshop on Explanation and Problem Solving, Chambery, France. August 29, 1993. pp. 77-87. NRC 35095.

17. Abu-Hakima, S. The use of context in diagnostic systems. Proceedings of the IJCAI-93 Workshop on "Using Knowledge in its Context," Chambery, France. August 28, 1993. pp. 13-19. NRC 35096.

18. Abu-Hakima, S. Towards the visualization and understanding of diagnoses in a physical system. Proceedings of the AAAI '92 Workshop on Communicating Scientific and Technical Information, San Jose, CA. July 15, 1992. pp. 25-32. NRC 33198.

19. Abu-Hakima, S. Generating hypermedia explanations. Proceedings of the AAAI '91 Workshop on Intelligent Multimedia Interfaces, Anaheim, CA. July 15, 1991. pp. 63-68. NRC 31822.

20. Abu-Hakima, S., and Oppacher, F. Criteria for good explanation and the automatic generation of underlying domain models. Proceedings of the AAAI '90 Workshop on Explanation, Boston, MA. July 30, 1990. pp. 126-132. NRC 31647.

21. Abu-Hakima, S., and van Hoff, A. An intelligent environment for developing knowledge-based applications. Proceedings of the IJCAI-89 Workshop on A New Generation of Intelligent Interfaces, Detroit, MI. August 22, 1989. pp. 1-11. NRC 30842.

22. Abu-Hakima, S. A generic environment for constructing diagnostic hierarchies. Proceedings of the IJCAI-89 Workshop on Integrated Human-Machine Intelligence in Aerospace Systems, Detroit, MI. August 21, 1989. pp. 90-99. NRC 30841.

23. LoVetri, J., Abu-Hakima, S., Podgorski, A.S., and Costache, G.I. HardSys: Applying expert system techniques to electromagnetic hardening. Proceedings of the 1989 IEEE National Symposium on Electromagnetic Compatibility, Denver, CO. May 23-25, 1989. pp. 383-385. NRC 30050.

24. Abu-Hakima, S. RATIONALE: A tool that reasons explicitly for the purpose of explanation. Proceedings of the AAAI '88 Workshop on Explanation, St. Paul, MN. August 22, 1988. pp. 26-29. NRC 29286.

25. Abu-Hakima, S., and Oppacher, F. RATIONALE: reasoning by explaining. Proceedings of the Fourth International Conference on Data Engineering, Los Angeles, CA. February 1-5, 1988. pp. 258-265. NRC 28605.


Thesis Publications


1. Abu-Hakima, S. DR: The diagnostic remodeler algorithm for automated model acquisition through fault knowledge re-use. Ph.D. Thesis, Faculty of Engineering, Carleton University, Ottawa, Ontario. September 1994. 248 pages.

2. Abu-Hakima, S. RATIONALE: A tool for developing knowledge-based systems that explain by reasoning explicitly. Master's Thesis, Faculty of Engineering, Carleton University, Ottawa, Ontario. May 1988. 240 pages.


Unclassified Reports


1. Abu-Hakima, S., and Brezillon, P. Context in Incremental Knowledge Acquisition and Explanation for Diagnosis. NRC/ERB-1042. September 1994. 21 pages. NRC 38323.

2. Abu-Hakima, S. Artificial Intelligence Techniques in Diagnosis: A Review of Approaches, Applications, and Issues (to December 1992). NRC/ERA-381, March 1994. NRC 37142.


Industrial Reports


3. S. Abu-Hakima. Artificial Intelligence Techniques in Diagnosis: A Review of Approaches, Applications and Issues. March 1994. 81 page report. NRC ERA-381.

4. Gray, T., Diaz, A.C., Abu-Hakima, S., Pinard, D., Peres, E., Ferguson, I., and Bijman, E. CATA: Connect Anything to Anything. Prepared for Mitel Corporation, Ottawa, Ont. May 1994. 33 pages. NRC 37131. (Protected.).

5. Halasz, M., Abu-Hakima, S., Turney, P., and Lapierre, L. Integrated Diagnostic System: Final Report for IDS Feasiility Study. Prepared for Canadian Airlines, Canadian Marconi Company, Thomson-CSF, GE Canada, Lockheed Canada, Information Fusion Systems, NRC. January 1993. 320 pages. NRC 38346.

6. Halasz, M., Abu-Hakima, S., and Phan, S. Knowledge-based Systems for Diagnosis: The Jet Engine Troubleshouting Assistant (JETA). NRC/ERC-1019, January 1992. 435 pages.


Editorships


S. Abu-Hakima, Editor of Computational Intelligence Canadian AI Magazine (1994-1998)