Fundamentals of the New Artificial Intelligence: Neural, Evolutionary, Fuzzy and More
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Artificial intelligence - broadly defined as the study of making computers perform tasks that require human intelligence - has grown rapidly as a field of research and industrial application in recent years. Whereas traditionally, AI used techniques drawn from symbolic models such as knowledge-based and logic programming systems, interest has grown in newer paradigms, notably neural networks, genetic algorithms, and fuzzy logic. The significantly updated second edition of Fundamentals of the New Artificial Intelligence thoroughly covers the most essential and widely employed material pertaining to neural networks, genetic algorithms, fuzzy systems, rough sets, and chaos. In particular, this unique textbook explores the importance of this content for real-world applications. The exposition reveals the core principles, concepts, and technologies in a concise and accessible, easy-to-understand manner, and as a result, prerequisites are minimal: A basic understanding of computer programming and mathematics makes the book suitable for readers coming to this subject for the first time.
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