This book provides an overview and analysis of developments in several areas of computational intelligence. It includes methods that apply to diverse fields such as manufacturing, tourism, power systems, computer science, robotics, chemistry and biology.
Computational Intelligence for Engineering Systems provides an overview and original analysis of new developments and advances in several areas of computational intelligence. Computational Intelligence have become the road-map for engineers to develop and analyze novel techniques to solve problems in basic sciences (such as physics, chemistry and biology) and engineering, environmental, life and social sciences. The contributions are written by international experts, who provide up-to-date aspects of the topics discussed and present recent, original insights into their own experience in these fields. The authors also include methods that apply to diverse fields such as manufacturing, tourism, power systems, computer science, robotics, chemistry, and biology. Topics include: Simulation and evolution of real and artificial life forms; Self-organization; Models of communication and social behaviors; Emergent collective behaviors and swarm intelligence; Adaptive, complex and biologically inspired systems; Power Systems ; Web-based Applications; Knowledge discovery; Intelligent Tutoring Systems ; Decision support Systems; Intelligent Tutoring Systems.
State of the art scientific results on computational intelligence for engineering systems
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