Computational Intelligence. Theory and Applications [electronic resource] :International Conference, 7th Fuzzy Days Dortmund, Germany, October 1–3, 2001 Proceedings /
Contributor(s): Reusch, Bernd [editor.] | SpringerLink (Online service).Material type: BookSeries: Lecture Notes in Computer Science: 2206Publisher: Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 2001.Description: XXXIV, 1006 p. online resource.Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9783540454939.Subject(s): Computer science | Programming languages (Electronic computers) | Computers | Mathematical logic | Artificial intelligence | Computer Science | Artificial Intelligence (incl. Robotics) | Theory of Computation | Programming Languages, Compilers, Interpreters | Computation by Abstract Devices | Mathematical Logic and Formal LanguagesOnline resources: Click here to access online
Interactive Evolutionary Computation as Humanized Computational Intelligence Technology -- Microcontroller-Based Fuzzy System to Optimize the Anaerobic Digestion in Biogas Reactors -- The Decision of Service Centres Location Problem in Fuzzy Conditions -- Application of the Biologically Inspired Network for Electroencephalogram Analysis -- Discrimination between Two Mental States (Rest and Motor Image) Using Wavelet Transform and Neural Networks -- Decision Making in Diagnosis of Oral Mucosa Lesions -- Fuzzy Logic and the Internet: Lingustic Summarization of Distributed Sets of Data -- Adaptive Color- and Edge-Based Image Segmentation Using Fuzzy Techniques -- Computer Aided Diagnosis System of Meniscal Tears with T1 and T2 Weighted MR Images Based on Fuzzy Inference -- A New Paradigm for Fuzzy Aggregation in Multisensorial Image Processing -- An Adaptive Learning Algorithm for a Neuro-fuzzy Network -- Fuzzy Probabilistic Neural Networks: A Practical Approach to the Implementation of Baysian Classifier -- Fuzzy-? for Back Propagation Networks -- eaLib — A Java Frameword for Implementation of Evolutionary Algorithms -- Experimental Evaluation of Fuzzy Controllers for an Outdoor AGV -- Time-Series Segmentation and Symbolic Representation, from Process-Monitoring to Data-Mining -- Brain State Recognition Using Fuzzy C-Means (FCM) Clustering with Near Infrared Spectroscopy (NIRS) -- Microcontroller Based Fuzzy Logic Sevofluorane Anesthesia Control System -- Intuitionistic Fuzzy Sets in Some Medical Applications -- Interpretation of Trained Neural Networks by Rule Extraction -- Neural Model Identification Using Local Robustness Analysis -- Computing with Activity Patterns -- A GA-Based Algorithm with a Very Fast Rate of Convergence -- Representing and Learning Conditional Information in Possibility Theory -- Extracting Trapezoidal Membership Functions of a Fuzzy Rule System by Bacterial Algorithm -- Possibility Theory, Probability Theory and Multiple-Valued Logics: A Clarification -- Parameterized Petri Net Reformulation of the Fuzzy Production System -- Fuzzy Topologies Induced by Fuzzy Relation Based Modifiers -- Advanced Inference Filter Defuzzification -- On Cardinality and Singular Fuzzy Sets -- Fast Iris Detection for Personal Verification Using Modular Neural Nets -- A Rotation Invariant Algorithm for Recognition -- Application of the Neural Networks Based on Multi-valued Neurons to Classification of the Images of Gene Expression Patterns -- A Multi-purpose Visual Classification System -- Problem Difficulty in Real-Valued Dynamic Problems -- GeLog — A System Combining Genetic Algorithm with Inductive Logic Programming -- Decision Strategies in Evolutionary Optimization -- A Cluster-Based Evolutionary Algorithm for Multi-objective Optimization -- Inherent Wave Estimation on Ultrasonic Non-destructive Testing Using Fuzzy Inference -- Fuzzy Association Rules: Semantic Issues and Quality Measures -- Calculation vs. Subjective Assessment with Respect to Fuzzy Probability -- Methodology for Optimizing Fuzzy Classifiers Based on Computational Intelligence -- Analysing the Structure of Poly-crystalline Materials by 2-Dimensional DLS-Spectra and Neural Nets -- A Neuron MOS Threshold Element with Switching Capacitors -- A Neural Approach to Compression of Hyperspectral Remote Sensing Imagery -- Multi-valued and Universal Binary Neurons: New Applications in Intelligent Image Processing -- Hybrid Two-Population Genetic Algorithm -- Reducing Bloat in Genetic Programming -- Too Much Knowledge Hurts: Acceleration of Genetic Programs for Learning Heuristics -- Gaussians-Based Hybrid System for Prediction and Classification -- A Color Problem for Fuzzy Graph -- On the Uniqueness of Interpretations for Fuzzy IF-THEN Rule Bases -- Quantum Computers as Fuzzy Computers -- Improvement of the Cluster Searching Algorithm in Sugeno and Yasukawa’s Qualitative Modeling Approach -- Can Perceptrons Identify Users of Body Lotion? -- Reinforcement Learning for Control of Traffic and Access Points in Intelligent Wireless ATM Networks -- Categorization of Time Delay by Means of Neural Networks -- Neural Networks as a Tool for Gray Box Modelling in Reactive Distillation -- On Step Width Adaptation in Simulated Annealing for Continuous Parameter Optimisation -- GA-Based Search for Paths with Minimum Energy Consumption for Mobile Robot Systems -- A New Modified Genetic Algorithm for Multiuser Detection in DS/CDMA Systems -- Clustering of Categoric Data in Medicine — Application of Evolutionary Algorithms -- A New Direction in AI — Toward a Computational Theory of Perceptions -- Personalization of Newsletters Using Multistage Fuzzy Inference -- Fuzzy Techniques for XML Data Smushing -- A New Fuzzy-Based Multi-Objective Optimization Concept for Process Control Systems -- An Improved Shape-Preserving Affine Takagi-Sugeno Controller Using Splines -- METALA: A Meta-learning Architecture -- On-Line Signature Verification Using a Computational Intelligence Approach -- Autonomous Driving through Intelligent Image Processing and Machine Learning -- SVD Reduction in Continuos Environment Reinforcement Learning -- Analyzing Directed Acyclic Graph Recombination -- Rough Set Based Knowledge Discovery of Interface for the Internet Usage among Japanese Elderly Women -- Fuzzy Limits and Fuzzy Nearness Relation -- Handwritten Digit Recognition: A Neural Network Demo -- New Neural Nets -- Inference in Fuzzy Models of Physical Processes -- About the Combination of Functional Approaches and Fuzzy Reasoning -- Expected Utility Networks in Transferable Belief Model -- Data Clustering and Rule Abduction to Facilitate Crime Hot Spot Prediction -- Computing with Words: Multi-objective GAS for Approximate Reasoning -- The Description of All ?-Distributive Triangular Norms of Lengths 2 and 3 -- Latent Semantic Analysis for German Literature Investigation -- Some Possibilities of Improving the CORA Classification Algorithm -- Computer Aided Selection of Cutting Parameters by Using Fuzzy Logic -- Process Monitoring in Chemical Plants Using Neural Networks -- Fuzzy Probability and Power System Safety -- A Fuzzy Logic System Used in Safety Analysis -- Chaining of Fuzzy Rules in RETE Network -- A Fuzzy Relation for Comparing Intervals -- Tomography in Fractal Neural Nets -- Fuzzy Approach in Ultrasound Image Segmentation -- Dynamic Decision Making Based on Partial Probability Information -- AMA: An OWA Operator Based on the Majority Process -- DSP Implementation of Fuzzy Controlled Magnetic Levitation System -- Programming Work Simulator of the Ann-Based Integrated Protection System for the Reversible Hydro Generating Sets -- Blending of 2D Objects Using Fuzzy Logic -- The Application Based on Incremental Knowledge Discovery Algorithm in Color Matching System -- Fuzzy Convexity and Connectivity.
Ten years of ,,Fuzzy Days“ in Dortmund! What started as a relatively small workshop in 1991 has now become one of the best known smaller conferences on Computational Intelligence in the world. It fact, it was (to my best knowledge) the ?rst conference to use this term, in 1994, although I confess that another, larger conference was announced ?rst and the trade mark “Computational Intelligence was not coined in Dortmund. I believe, that the success of this conference is grounded on the quality of its reviewedandinvitedpapersaswellasitsgoodorganization. Fromthebeginning, we have sent every paper anonymously to ?ve referees, and we have always accepted only around 50% of the papers sent in. This year it was a little less than that. I would like to thank everybody who helped us by considering Dortmund’s Fuzzy Days as the conference at which to appear. I know that among the - stracts not accepted there were some quite good ones, but we were restricted to a ?xed number. I also know that referees do a good job but cannot always judge wisely from abstracts. Hence my apologies to those who did not make it this year. Please try again! I would like to point out that our conference also has a good regional re- tation. I am grateful to the City of Dortmund, its Lord Mayor Dr. Langemeyer, the Dortmund project, the DFG – Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft, the KVR – Kommunalverband Ruhrgebiet, the Martin-Schmeißer-Stiftung, and the C- line AG/Quantum GmbH for their valuable support.