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Senior Lecturer in Informatics publishes book on computational intelligence

Posted on 03/10/2012
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Dr H.K. Lam, a senior lecturer in the Department of Informatics, a member of the Centre for Robotics Research (CoRe), has published an edited book entitled “Computational Intelligence and its Applications: Evolutionary Computation, Fuzzy Logic, Neural Network and Support Vector Machine Techniques”.

Computational intelligence techniques are fast-growing and promising research topics that have drawn a great deal of attention from researchers for many years. This volume brings together many different aspects of the current research on intelligence technologies such as neural networks, support vector machines, fuzzy logic, evolutionary computing and swarm intelligence. The combination of these techniques provides an effective treatment toward some industrial and biomedical applications. This book covers various computational intelligence techniques, which are successfully applied to a wide range of applications from pattern recognition and system modeling to intelligent control problems and biomedical applications.

More information is available at the publisher's webpage or by contacting Dr H.K. Lam (hak-keung.lam@kcl.ac.uk).



 

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