By Krzysztof Pancerz, Elena Zaitseva
This ebook includes a fascinating and state-of the artwork number of chapters proposing a number of examples of makes an attempt to constructing smooth instruments using computational intelligence in several actual existence difficulties encountered by means of people. Reasoning, prediction, modeling, optimization, selection making, and so on. want sleek, delicate and clever algorithms, tools and methodologies to resolve, within the effective methods, difficulties showing in human job. The contents of the publication is split into elements. half I, along with 4 chapters, is dedicated to chose hyperlinks of computational intelligence, drugs, overall healthiness care and biomechanics. a number of difficulties are thought of: estimation of healthcare procedure reliability, class of ultrasound thyroid photographs, software of fuzzy common sense to degree weight prestige and relevant fatness, and deriving kinematics at once from video files. half II, additionally inclusive of 4 chapters, is dedicated to chose hyperlinks of computational intelligence and biology. the typical denominator of 3 chapters is Physarum polycephalum, one-cell organisms in a position to construct advanced networks for fixing diverse computational projects. One bankruptcy makes a speciality of a unique machine, the memristor, that has attainable makes use of either within the production of neural nets for man made intelligence and because the connection among a neural web and a dwelling neuronal mobile community within the therapy and tracking of neurological sickness. This e-book is meant for a large viewers of readers who're attracted to numerous elements of computational intelligence.
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On the basis of descriptive values, the classifier learns how to assign a proper value of a decision attribute to each case in the training set, so that the classification error for this set is the smallest one. In the second stage, the resulting model is used for classification (prediction) of new objects. In the literature, many methods for classification are proposed. g. g. genetic algorithms), k-nearest neighbors methods, statistical analysis and many other methods that are still under development.