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Nature-inspired Informatics for Intelligent Applications and Knowledge Discovery

Implications in Business, Science, and Engineering

Raymond Chiong (editor)

ISBN: 9781605667058

Publication Date: Aug 2009

Format: Hardback

Nature has stimulated many successful techniques, algorithms, and computational applications allowing conventionally difficult problems to be solved through novel computing systems. This title provides the findings in nature-inspired algorithms and their applications for breakthroughs in a wide range of disciplinary fields.
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Recently, nature has stimulated many successful techniques, algorithms, and computational applications allowing conventionally difficult problems to be solved through novel computing systems. "Nature-Inspired Informatics for Intelligent Applications and Knowledge Discovery: Implications in Business, Science, and Engineering" provides the latest findings in nature-inspired algorithms and their applications for breakthroughs in a wide range of disciplinary fields. This defining reference collection contains chapters written by leading researchers and well-known academicians within the field, offering readers a valuable and enriched accumulation of knowledge.
Illustrations illustrations
Pages 401
Date Published 30 Aug 2009
Publisher IGI Global
Subject/s Business applications  
Artificial life-based vegetation Biodiversity research Binary search method Craniofacial superimposition Genetic programming Human genetics Multimodal genetic algorithms Nature-inspired informatics Nature-inspired solutions Neural networks in medicine Systemic computation Telecommunication network design
Raymond Chiong is a tenured academic in the School of Computing & Design, Swinburne University of Technology (Sarawak Campus, Malaysia). He is leading the Intelligent Informatics Research Group under the Information & Security Research Lab (iSECURES Lab). He serves as an associate editor for the Interdisciplinary Journal of Information, Knowledge, and Management (IJIKM), and reviews for IEEE Transaction on Evolutionary Computation and Springer's Memetic Computing. He also serves in the IEEE Computer Society Technical Committee on Intelligent Informatics (TCII), IASTED Technical Committee on Artificial Intelligence, as well as IASTED Technical Committee on Modelling and Simulation. His main research interests include nature-inspired computing and its application to complex systems. He has numerous publications in books, international journals, and conference proceedings, and is currently involved with four edited books.

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