Intelligent Systems: Technology and Applications, Six Volume Set

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Cornelius T. Leondes
CRC Press, Oct 8, 2018 - Technology & Engineering - 2400 pages
Intelligent systems, or artificial intelligence technologies, are playing an increasing role in areas ranging from medicine to the major manufacturing industries to financial markets. The consequences of flawed artificial intelligence systems are equally wide ranging and can be seen, for example, in the programmed trading-driven stock market crash of October 19, 1987.

Intelligent Systems: Technology and Applications, Six Volume Set connects theory with proven practical applications to provide broad, multidisciplinary coverage in a single resource. In these volumes, international experts present case-study examples of successful practical techniques and solutions for diverse applications ranging from robotic systems to speech and signal processing, database management, and manufacturing.
 

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Contents

Chapter 9 Intelligent Software Systems for CNC Machining
I-231
Chapter 10 Intelligent Systems Techniques and Application in Product Forecasting
I-277
Chapter 11 Neural Network Systems and Their Applications in Software Sensor Systems for Chemical and Biotechniological Processes
I-291
The Concceptual Graph Formalism
I-337
Vision Audition and Behaviors
I-355
Chapter 1 Neural Network Techniques and Their Engineering Applications
IR-1
Chapter 2 Recurrent Neural Fuzzy Network Techniques and Applications
IR-21
Chapter 3 Neural Network Systems Techniques and Applications in Signal Processing
IR-45
Chapter 4 Neural Network and Fuzzy Control Techniques for Robotic Systems
IR-73
Chapter 5 Processing of Linguistic Symbols in a MultiLevel Neural Network
IR-97
Fuzzy Batching of Bulk Material
IR-121
Chapter 7 Techniques for Designing and Regining Linguistic Fuzzy Models to Improve Their Accuracy
IR-143
A Novel GAOptimized Fuzzy Rule System
IR-181
Chapter 9 Fuzzy Cellular Automata and Fuzzy Sequential Circuits
IR-211
A Novel Class of FalconLike Fuzzy Neural Networks Based on Positive and Negative Exemplars
IR-257
Chapter 11 Maximum Margin Fuzzy Classsifiers with Ellipsoidal Regions
IR-321
Techniques and Applications in Telecommunications Systems
IR-339
Chapter 13 A Fuzzy Temporal RuleBased Approach for the Design of Behaviors in Mobile Robotics
IR-373
Chapter 1 Artifical Intelligence Systems Techniques and Application in Speech Processing
IR-409
Chapter 2 Fuzzy Theory Methods and Applications in Nonlinear Signal Processing
IR-457
Chapter 3 Intelligent System Modeling of Bioacoustic Signals Using Advanced Signal Processing Techniques
IR-511
Chapter 4 Automatic Recognition of Multichannel EEG Signals Using a Committee of Artifical Neural Networks
IR-565
Theory and Applications
IR-587
Chapter 6 The Future of Artifical Neural Networks and Speech Recognition
IR-623
Chapter 7 Advanced NeuralBased Systems for 3D Scene Understanding
IR-645
Chapter 8 Shape Representation and Automatic Model Inference in Character Recognition Systems
IR-677
Chapter 9 Novel Noise Modeling Using AI Techniques
IR-705
Chapter 1 Model Selection in Knowledge Discovery and Data Mining
IE-1
Chapter 2 Mining Chaotic Patterns in Relational Databases and Rule Extraction by Neural Networks
IE-19
Chapter 11 The System Perspective of an Intelligent Tutoring System Based on the Inquiry Teaching Approach
IE-261
Chapter 12 An Intelligent Educational Metadata Repository
IE-297
Chapter 1 Integrated Intelligent Systems inthe Design of Products and Processes
V-1
Chapter 2 Intelligent System Techniques in Secure Identification and Communication in Distributed Manufacturing Systems
V-39
Chapter 3 Concurrent Engineering CE Product Design
V-61
Chapter 4 Intelligent Systems Techniques and Applications in MulitProduct Batch Processing Systems
V-91
Chapter 5 Artificial Intelligence Techniques in Forecasting Applications
V-115
Chapter 6 An Agent Approach for Intelligent Business Forecasting
V-153
Chapter 7 Neural Networks and their Application to Chemical and Process Systems
V-177
Chapter 8 Fuzzy Theory Techniques and Applications in NonLinear Chemical Processes
V-195
Chapter 9 Reinforcement Learning Applications to Process Control and Optimization
V-211
Chapter 10 Analyzing the MakeorBuy Decision in the Autmobile Industtry Using the Fuzzy Analytic Heirarchical Process
V-239
Chapter 11 The Digital Factory Becomes Reality
V-267
Chapter 12 Automated Inspection of Printed Circuit Boards
V-293
Chapter 13 Neural Network Techniques and Applications in Chemical Process Control Systems
V-327
Chapter 1 Power System Stabilizers Based On Adaptive Control and Artifical Intelligence Techniques
VE-1
Chapter 2 Machine Learning Applied to Power System Dynamic Security Assessment
VE-35
Chapter 3 KnowledgeBased Systems Techniques and Application in Power System Control Centers
VE-63
Chapter 4 Intelligent Fault Diagnosis in Power Systems
VE-113
Chapter 5 Application of Intelligent Computing for Short Term and Online Electric Load Forecasting
VE-135
Chapter 6 Intelligent Multiagent Control for Power Plants
VE-181
Chapter 7 Applying Architectural Patterns to the Design of Supervisory Control Systems
VE-211
Chapter 8 FeatureBased Integrated Design of Fuzzy Control Systems
VE-253
Chapter 9 Intelligent Controllers for Flexible Pole Cart Balancing Problem
VE-285
Chapter 10 A Contol Architecture for Mobile Robotics Based on Specialists
VE-337
Index
VE-361
Back cover
VE-367
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