Computational Intelligence for Decision Support
Evolutionary Electronics Automatic Design of Electronic Circuits and Systems by Genetic Algorithms
Multiagent Robotic Systems
Fuzzy Learning and Applications
Dynamic Knowledge Interaction
Soft Computing in Human-Related Sciences
By Zhengxin Chen
September 05, 2019
Intelligent decision support relies on techniques from a variety of disciplines, including artificial intelligence and database management systems. Most of the existing literature neglects the relationship between these disciplines. By integrating AI and DBMS, Computational Intelligence for ...
By Ricardo Salem Zebulum, Marco Aurelio Pacheco, Marley Maria Be Vellasco
December 20, 2001
From the explosion of interest, research, and applications of evolutionary computation a new field emerges-evolutionary electronics. Focused on applying evolutionary computation concepts and techniques to the domain of electronics, many researchers now see it as holding the greatest potential for ...
By Iluminada Baturone, Angel Barriga, Carlos Jimenez-Fernandez, Diego R. Lopez, Santiago Sanchez-Solano
March 30, 2000
Fuzzy logic has virtually exploded over the landscape of emerging technologies, becoming an integral part of myriad applications and a standard tool for engineers. Until recently, most of the attention and applications have centered on fuzzy systems implemented in software. But these systems are ...
By Jiming Liu, Jianbing Wu
May 30, 2001
Providing a guided tour of the pioneering work and major technical issues, Multiagent Robotic Systems addresses learning and adaptation in decentralized autonomous robots. Its systematic examination demonstrates the interrelationships between the autonomy of individual robots and the emerged global...
Edited By Horia-Nicolai L Teodorescu, Lakhmi C. Jain
December 26, 2000
Prostheses, assistive systems, and rehabilitation systems are essential to increasing the quality of life for people with disabilities. Research and development over the last decade has resulted in enormous advances toward that goal-none more so than the development of intelligent systems and ...
By Marco Russo, Lakhmi C. Jain
December 13, 2000
With low computational complexity and relatively short development time, Fuzzy Logic is an indispensable tool for engineering applications. The field is growing at an unprecedented rate, and there is a need for a book that describes essential tools, applications, examples, and perspectives in the ...
By D. Dumitrescu, Beatrice Lazzerini, Lakhmi C. Jain, A. Dumitrescu
June 22, 2000
Rapid advances in evolutionary computation have opened up a world of applications-a world rapidly growing and evolving. Decision making, neural networks, pattern recognition, complex optimization/search tasks, scheduling, control, automated programming, and cellular automata applications all rely ...
By Beatrice Lazzerini, Lakhmi C. Jain, D. Dumitrescu
March 24, 2000
Fuzzy set theory - and its underlying fuzzy logic - represents one of the most significant scientific and cultural paradigms to emerge in the last half-century. Its theoretical and technological promise is vast, and we are only beginning to experience its potential. Clustering is the first and most...
Edited By Toyoaki Nishida
March 23, 2000
Internet, intranets, the Web, chat rooms, E-mail, and E-business. With the advent of this widespread networking, it is clear that the nature of human interactions is changing. As communities develop based on common knowledge, connections through traditional social routes are de-emphasized. Dynamic ...
Edited By Lakhmi C. Jain
September 24, 1999
Worldwide interest in the applications of evolutionary computing techniques to the design of engineering and information systems grows each day. Pattern recognition, control systems, factory scheduling, automation, generation of computer programs, and the design of intelligent paradigms all benefit...
Edited By Lakhmi C. Jain, Beatrice Lazzerini
April 29, 1999
Knowledge-Based Intelligent Techniques in Character Recognition presents research results on intelligent character recognition techniques, reflecting the tremendous worldwide interest in the applications of knowledge-based techniques in this challenging field.This resource will interest anyone ...
Edited By Horia-Nicolai L Teodorescu, Abraham Kandel, Lakhmi C. Jain
April 29, 1999
Hard boundaries have traditionally existed between such fields as fuzzy systems, neural networks, genetic algorithms, chaotic systems and expert systems. Gradually those boundaries are tending to vanish and "soft computing"-based systems that mix these different approaches have begun to ...