Computational Intelligence and Modern Heuristics
by Al-Dahoud Ali
Publisher: InTech 2010
Number of pages: 356
This book will take its readers on a stunning voyage of computational intelligence heuristics research and applications. Computational intelligence techniques, ranging from neural networks, fuzzy logic, via genetic algorithms to support vector machines, case based, neighborhood search techniques, ant colonies, and particle swarm optimization are effective approaches with applications where problem domain knowledge exists.
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