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Applying computational intelligence : how to create value

Author: Arthur K Kordon
Publisher: Heidelberg ; New York : Springer, ©2010.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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The flow of academic ideas in the area of computational intelligence is impacting industrial practice at considerable speed. Practitioners face the challenge of tracking, understanding and applying the latest techniques, which often prove their value even before the underlying theories are fully understood. This book offers realistic guidelines on creating value from the application of computational intelligence  Read more...
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Arthur K Kordon
ISBN: 9783540699101 3540699104 9783540699132 3540699139
OCLC Number: 262720634
Notes: Includes glossary.
Description: xxii, 459 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: Part I. Computational Intelligence in a Nutshell --
1. Artificial vs Computational Intelligence --
2. A Roadmap Through the Computational Intelligence Maze --
3. Let's Get Fuzzy --
4. Machine Learning: The Ghost in the Learning Machine --
5. Evolutionary Computation: The Profitable Gene --
6. Swarm Intelligence: The Benefits of the Swarms --
7. Intelligent Agents: The Computer Intelligence Agency (CIA) --
Part II. Computational Intelligence Creates Value --
8. Why We Need Intelligent Solutions --
9. Competitive Advantages of Computational Intelligence --
10. Issues in Applying Computational Intelligence --
Part III. Computational Intelligence Application Strategy --
11. Integrate and Conquer --
12. How to Apply Computational Intelligence? --
13. Computational Intelligence Marketing --
14. Industrial Applications of Computational Intelligence --
Part IV. The Future of Computational Intelligence --
15. Future Directions of Applied Computational Intelligence.
Responsibility: Arthur K. Kordon.

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