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Neural Networks in Computer Intelligence provides basic concept, algorithms and analysis of important neural network models developed to date, with emphasis on the importance of knowledge in system design. The book bridges the gap between afrificial intelligence and neural networks. Key features This book poineers the effort to offer a unified perspective which can be used to integrate intelligence technologies. The broad coverage of the book and the emphasis on basic principles can accommodate the diverse background of readers. With little technical background. students, professionals, and practitioners can be guided through the book and develop a sufficient grasp of the material. The book provides a step-by-step introductioni to artificial neural networks and relates them to symbolic techniques where appropriate. After presenting basic neural network computational models in the beginning chapters, the test takes athe reader through nore advanced model organized around vital scientific and engineering tipics from perspective of computer intelligence. Neural Networks in Computer Intelligence formulates each important neural network algorithm in consistent and coherent format and includes end-of-chapter problems for enhancing the student's understanding of both theory and application.

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Author(s)FU
PublisherMcGraw Hill
ISBN9780070532823
BindingSoftbound
LanguageEnglish
Publish YearJanuary 2003