REFERENCES

 

 

        Dubois, D. and Prade, H. (1980), Fuzzy Sets and Systems - Theory and Applications, Academic Press, New York

        Dayoff, J. E. (1990), Neural Networks architecture : An introduction, Van Nostrand Reinhold, New York

        Goldberg, D. E. (1989), Genetic Algorithms in Search, Optimization, and Machine Learning, Addison-Wesley Publishing Company, Inc. Reading MA.

        Recent research papers appearing in Journals such as AIEDM, Artificial Intelligence in Engineering, Expert Systems with applications, Neural Networks, Neural Computation. IEEE Journals etc.

 

 

NEW USEFUL REFERENCE
FROM IIT KHARAGPUR

 

 

Soft Computing

Author(s): D. K. Pratihar

 

ISBN:    978-81-7319-866-3 
Publication Year:   2007
Pages:   250

About the book

 

This book starts with an introduction to soft computing, a family consisting of many members, namely Genetic Algorithms (GAs), Fuzzy Logic (FL), Neural Networks (NNs) and others. To realize the need for a non-traditional optimization tool like GA, one chapter is devoted to explain the principle of traditional optimization. The working cycle of a GA is explained in detail. The mechanisms of some specialized GAs are then discussed with appropriate examples. Fuzzy sets are introduced before explaining the principle of fuzzy reasoning and clustering. The fundamentals of NNs are presented, prior to the discussion on various forms of NN. The combined techniques, such as GA-FL, GA-NN, NN-FL and GA-FL-NN are explained in the last three chapters.

 

 

 

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Group Project Information

 

         Group of 5 students.

 

         Group project presentation will be held on 30-31st October 2010.

         These days are week-ends and all the students must be present during presentations/demos for evaluation.

 

 

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On net

 

        What is fuzzy logic? - A Word Definition From the Webopedia Computer Dictionary

        Fuzzy Control Tutorial