Prediction and Analysis for Knowledge Representation and Machine Learning
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Number of approaches are being defined for statistics and machine learning. These approaches are used for the identification of the process of the system and the models created from the system's perceived data, assisting scientists in the generation or refinement of current models. Machine learning is being studied extensively in science, particularly in bioinformatics, economics, social sciences, ecology, and climate science, but learning from data individually needs to be researched more for complex scenarios. Advanced knowledge representation approaches that can capture structural and process properties are necessary to provide meaningful knowledge to machine learning algorithms. It has a significant impact on comprehending difficult scientific problems.
Prediction and Analysis for Knowledgeable Representation and Machine Learning demonstrates various knowledge representation and machine learning methodologies and architectures that will be active in research filed. The approaches are reviewed by real life examples from a wide range of research topics. An understanding of number of techniques and algorithms that are implemented in knowledge representation in machine learning are available through the book website.
- Examines the representational adequacy of needed knowledge representation.
- Manipulates inferential appropriateness for knowledge representation in order to produce new knowledge derived from the original information.
- Improving inferential and acquisition efficiency by applying automatic methods to acquire new knowledge.
- Covering the major challenges, concerns, and breakthroughs in knowledge representation and machine learning using the most up-to-date technology.
- Describes the ideas of knowledge representation and related technologies, as well as their applications, in order to help human kind, become better and smarter.
This book serves as a reference book for researchers and practitioners who all are working in field of information technology and computer science in knowledge representation in machine learning for basic and advance concepts as well. Now a day it has become very essential to develop adaptive, robust, scalable and reliable applications and also design solutions for day-to-day problems. The edited book will be helpful for the industry people and will also help beginners as well as high level users for learning latest things which includes basic and advance concepts.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1: Machine Learning
Chapter 2: Design of a knowledge representation and Indexing: Background and Future
Thillaiarasu N , Partheeban N , Srinivasan Sriramulu
Chapter 3: Prediction Analysis of Noise Component using Median Based Filters Cascaded With Evolutionary Algorithms
Ramya A, Sudha Rajesh, Karthick G
Chapter 4: Construction of Deep Representations
Anitha Julian , Ramyadevi R
Chapter 5: Knowledge Representation using Probabilistic model and Reconstruction based algorithms
Shruti Dambhare, Sanjay Katiyar, Sandhya Katiyar
Chapter 6: Multi-Ontology Mapping for Internet of Things (MOMI)
Varun M Tayur, Suchithra R
Chapter 7: Higher Level Abstraction of Deep Architecture
Ramesh Kumar C
Chapter 8: Knowledge Representation and Learning Mechanism Based on Networks of Spiking Neurons
Rathi Karuppasamy , Geetha K, Priti Rishi
Chapter 9: Multiview Representation learning
Muthulakshmi G, Krishnammal N
Chapter 10: Covid-19 Applications
Manimala R, Muthulakshmi G
Avadhesh Kumar is PVC at Galgotias University, Greater Noida, Uttar Pradesh, India. He has more than 21 years of Academic and Research Experience. He was awarded Ph.D. in Computer Science & Engineering in 2010 from Thapar University, Patiala, Punjab, India. He did his M.Tech. in Information Technology and B.Tech. in Computer Science & Engineering from Harcourt Butler Technological Institute (HBTI), Kanpur, UP, India. His Research Area includes Software Engineering, Aspect-Oriented Software Systems, Component-Based Software Development, Soft Computing, and Artificial Intelligence. He has published more than 30 Research papers in reputed Journals and conferences. He has authored 3 books. He is Reviewer of many International Journals and Conferences. He has been Keynote Speaker in many International Conferences.
Shrddha Sagar is working as Associate Professor in School of Computing Science and Engineering, Galgotias University, NCR Delhi, India. She has completed Ph. D in Computer Science from Banasthali University, Jaipur, India. Her main thrust research areas are Artificial Intelligence, Internet of Things, Machine learning and Big Data. She is a pioneer researcher in the areas of Artificial Intelligence, Internet of Things, Machine learning and has published more than 25 papers in various national / international journals. She has presented paper in National/International Conferences, published book chapters in Taylor & Francis Group (CRC Press), IGI global.
Dr. T. Ganesh Kumar works as an Associate Professor at the School of Computing Science and Engineering in Galgotias University, NCR, Delhi. He received ME degree in Computer Science and Engineering from Manonmaniam Sundaranar University, Tamilnadu, India. He completed his full time PhD degree in Computer Science and Engineering at Manonmaniam Sundaranar University. He was Co-Investigator for two government of India sponsored funded projects He has published many reputed international SCI and Scopus indexed journals and conferences. He is a reviewer of many reputed journals. He has published five patents in India.
Dr. K Sampath Kumar Professor & Research Coordinator in the School of Computing Science and Engineering, Galgotias University, Greater Noida, UP, NCR- Delhi, India. He has complete his Ph.D in Data Mining from Anna University-Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India and obtained his ME from Sathyabama University-Chennai,Tamil Nadu, India. He has over 20 years of teaching and industry experience. His expertise in Big Data, Cloud Computing, IOT, Artificial Intelligence and Real Time Systems. He published more than 50 research articles in the international journals and Conferences and also published 5 patents (IPR).