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  1. Machine intelligence [electronic resource] : quo vadis?

    Sinc̆ák, Peter, 1960-
    New Jersey ; London : World Scientific, c2004.

    This book brings together the contributions of leading researchers in the field of machine intelligence, covering areas such as fuzzy logic, neural networks, evolutionary computation and hybrid systems.There is wide coverage of the subject - from simple tools, through industrial applications, to applications in high-level intelligent systems which are biologically motivated, such as humanoid robots (and selected parts of these systems, like the visual cortex). Readers will gain a comprehensive overview of the issues in machine intelligence, a field which promises to play a very important role in the information society of the future.

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  2. Machine intelligence : quo vadis?

    Sinc̆ák, Peter, 1960-
    New Jersey ; London : World Scientific, ©2004.

    This book brings together the contributions of leading researchers in the field of machine intelligence, covering areas such as fuzzy logic, neural networks, evolutionary computation and hybrid systems.There is wide coverage of the subject - from simple tools, through industrial applications, to applications in high-level intelligent systems which are biologically motivated, such as humanoid robots (and selected parts of these systems, like the visual cortex). Readers will gain a comprehensive overview of the issues in machine intelligence, a field which promises to play a very important role in the information society of the future.

    Online EBSCO Academic Comprehensive Collection

  3. Intelligent technologies--theory and applications : new trends in intelligent technologies

    Amsterdam ; Washington, DC : IOS Press ; Tokyo : Ohmsha, 2002.

    Annotation Intelligent Technologies including neural network, evolutionary computations, fuzzy approach and mainly hybrid approaches are very promising tools to build intelligent technologies in general. The progress of each theory or application is provided by a number of various theoretical as well as applicational experiments. Machine intelligence is the only alternative how to increase the level of technology to make technology more human-centred and more effective for society. This book includes theoretical as well as applicational papers in the field of neural networks, fuzzy systems and mainly evolutionary computations which application potential was increased by enormous progress in computer power. Hybrid technologies are still progressing and are trying to make some more applications with their ability to learn and process fuzzy information. Neurogenetic systems are very interesting approach to make systems re-configurable and on-line systems for real-world applications. The book is presenting papers from Japan, USA, Hungary, Poland, Germany, Finland, France, Slovakia, United Kingdom, Czech Republic and some other countries. This publication provides the latest state of the art in the field and could be contributed to theory and applications in the machine intelligence tools and their wide application potential in current and future technologies within the Information Society.

    Online EBSCO Academic Comprehensive Collection

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