. Vice-Chairs Prof. Elizabeth Chang, Curtin University, Perth, Australia e-mail: . Dr. Vasile Palade, Dept. of Computer Science, University of Oxford, Oxford, United Kingdom, e-mail: . Dr. Masoud Nikravesh, University of California Berkeley, CA, e-mail: . Secretary Dr. Kit Yan Chan, Curtin University, Perth, Australia e-mail: .   Aim To obtain a deeper understanding of Computational Intelligence and its Applications and help in the development of its theoretical foundations and technological underpinnings.   Scope The scope of the Working Group’s activities includes (but is not restricted to) the following:   Novel concepts of computational Intelligence approaches and their adaptation for handling real world applications. Investigation of techniques of modification of computational Intelligence approaches so as to produce more effective computational Intelligence approaches. Enhancement of the computational Intelligence approaches by co-operating with classical or statistical methods. Using computational Intelligence approaches for handling constrained, multi-objective and large scale optimization problems for real world applications. Application of computational Intelligence approaches in real industrial applications Parallel computational Intelligence approaches for practical applications in real world. Using computational Intelligence approaches for solving dynamic optimization or time-varying problems in real world. The following computational intelligence approaches include, but are not limited to: Neural Networks Fuzzy Systems Evolutionary Computation Particle swarm optimization Multi-agent systems Intelligent control systems Support vector machine Bayesian networks Global and constrained optimization " /> WG 12.9 – Computational Intelligence Group (This is a closed group) . Vice-Chairs Prof. Elizabeth Chang, Curtin University, Perth, Australia e-mail: . Dr. Vasile Palade, Dept. of Computer Science, University of Oxford, Oxford, United Kingdom, e-mail: . Dr. Masoud Nikravesh, University of California Berkeley, CA, e-mail: . Secretary Dr. Kit Yan Chan, Curtin University, Perth, Australia e-mail: .   Aim To obtain a deeper understanding of Computational Intelligence and its Applications and help in the development of its theoretical foundations and technological underpinnings.   Scope The scope of the Working Group’s activities includes (but is not restricted to) the following:   Novel concepts of computational Intelligence approaches and their adaptation for handling real world applications. Investigation of techniques of modification of computational Intelligence approaches so as to produce more effective computational Intelligence approaches. Enhancement of the computational Intelligence approaches by co-operating with classical or statistical methods. Using computational Intelligence approaches for handling constrained, multi-objective and large scale optimization problems for real world applications. Application of computational Intelligence approaches in real industrial applications Parallel computational Intelligence approaches for practical applications in real world. Using computational Intelligence approaches for solving dynamic optimization or time-varying problems in real world. The following computational intelligence approaches include, but are not limited to: Neural Networks Fuzzy Systems Evolutionary Computation Particle swarm optimization Multi-agent systems Intelligent control systems Support vector machine Bayesian networks Global and constrained optimization"/>
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WG 12.9 – Computational Intelligence

WG 12.9 – Computational Intelligence

 
  • Officers Chair Prof. Tharam Dillon, La Trobe University, Melbourne, Australia e-mail: . Vice-Chairs Prof. Elizabeth Chang, Curtin University, Perth, Australia e-mail: . Dr. Vasile Palade, Dept. of Computer Science, University of Oxford, Oxford, United Kingdom, e-mail: . Dr. Masoud Nikravesh, University of California Berkeley, CA, e-mail: . Secretary Dr. Kit Yan Chan, Curtin University, Perth, Australia e-mail: .   Aim To obtain a deeper understanding of Computational Intelligence and its Applications and help in the development of its theoretical foundations and technological underpinnings.   Scope The scope of the Working Group’s activities includes (but is not restricted to) the following:   Novel concepts of computational Intelligence approaches and their adaptation for handling real world applications. Investigation of techniques of modification of computational Intelligence approaches so as to produce more effective computational Intelligence approaches. Enhancement of the computational Intelligence approaches by co-operating with classical or statistical methods. Using computational Intelligence approaches for handling constrained, multi-objective and large scale optimization problems for real world applications. Application of computational Intelligence approaches in real industrial applications Parallel computational Intelligence approaches for practical applications in real world. Using computational Intelligence approaches for solving dynamic optimization or time-varying problems in real world. The following computational intelligence approaches include, but are not limited to: Neural Networks Fuzzy Systems Evolutionary Computation Particle swarm optimization Multi-agent systems Intelligent control systems Support vector machine Bayesian networks Global and constrained optimization
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