Knowledge-Based Intelligent Information Engineering & Allied Technologies

KES'2001

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Editors
Baba, N., Jain, L.C., Howlett, R.J.
Pub. date
January 2001
Pages
1680
Binding
hardcover
Volume
69 of Frontiers in Artificial Intelligence and Applications
ISBN print
978-1-58603-192-3
Subject
Artificial Intelligence, Computer & Communication Sciences
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The annual KES International Conferences in Knowledge-Based Intelligent Information Engineering Systems and Allied Technologies has become an event that is held in high regard by the Intelligent Systems community. The conference series has become known for a number of desirable properties: the quality of the papers; innovative new session topics; the demonstration and evaluation of original ideas; and a spirit of eagerness for the exchange of ideas, synergy and collaboration.

The Proceedings of the fifth conference in the series represents a comprehensive survey of the recent research mainly on the theory and applications of knowledge-based intelligent information systems including but not limited to the following topics:-

Generic Intelligent Techniques: Artificial neural networks, machine learning, knowledge based & expert Systems, case-based reasoning, fuzzy and neuro-fuzzy techniques, genetic algorithms, artificial life, intelligent agents;

Applications of Intelligent Systems: Condition monitoring, fault diagnosis, industrial control, medical & diagnostic systems, image processing, machine & computer vision, financial & stock market monitoring and prediction, speech processing and synthesis, natural language processing, environmental monitoring, power electronics & drives, high voltage systems, engine control and vehicle applications
Allied Technologies:Communications, digital and computer communications, signal processing & wavelets, virtual reality, multi-media, the internet and web-based technologies, human-computer interfaces, E-commerce, computer pets, software techniques, simulation.

The Proceedings will be of interest to all those who wish to find out the results of the latest research in the intelligent systems field. It should be read by engineers, researchers, research students, and technically-aware managers.

The book is unique because of its breadth, depth and quality of coverage of the field.