Uncertainty and intelligent information systems.9789812792341
Uncertainty and intelligent information systems.
Ed. by Bernadette Bouchon-Meunier et al.
Intelligent systems are systems created to handle modern computer-based technologies that manage information and knowledge. This work contains material presented at the 2006 Conference on Information Processing information processing: see data processing.
Acquisition, recording, organization, retrieval, display, and dissemination of information. Today the term usually refers to computer-based operations. and Management of Uncertainty, on the construction of intelligent systems in environments characterized by uncertainty and imprecision im·pre·cise
impre·cisely adv. . Particular attention is paid to situations in which the available information and data may be imprecise im·pre·cise
impre·cisely adv. , uncertain, incomplete, or of a linguistic nature. The main aspects of clustering, classification, summarization, decision-making, and systems modeling are also addressed. Some specific topics covered are information aggregation, neural networks neural network or neural computing, computer architecture modeled upon the human brain's interconnected system of neurons. Neural networks imitate the brain's ability to sort out patterns and learn from trial and error, discerning and extracting , Bayesian networks, and logic-based systems. Bouchon- Meunier is affiliated with the University of Pierre and Marie Curie Curie (kürē`), family of French scientists.
Pierre Curie, 1859–1906, scientist, and his wife,
Marie Sklodowska Curie, 1867–1934, chemist and physicist, b. . There is no subject index.
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