Dynamic, genetic and chaotic programming: the sixth generation

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Wiley, May 6, 1992 - Computers - 568 pages
Explains and applies five paradigms (rule-based computing, genetic programming/algorithms, natural adaptation, software of chaos) to dynamic processes such as robotics, natural languages, control, complex system design or optimization. Offers in-depth examination of the underlying principles and then concentrates on concrete examples, real-world problems and applications.

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Dynamic Systems Control via Associative Reinforcement
Knowledge Acquisition for Dynamic System Control
Analysis of Recurrent Back Propagation and Its Application

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