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Bio-inspired, learning, and intelligent systems for security; proceedings.


Bio-inspired, learning, and intelligent systems for security; proceedings.

ECSIS Symposium (2008: Edinburgh, UK) Ed. by Adrian Stoica et al.

Computer Society Press


160 pages




This compilation of the academic papers presented at the 2008 ECSIS symposium focuses on bio-inspired learning and intelligence systems for security, known collectively as BLISS. Held at the U. of Edinburgh, UK, and edited by Stoica (ECSIS), Arslan (U. of Edinburgh), Howard (QinetiQ, UK), Higuchi (AIST Japan) and El-Rayis (U. of Edinburgh), this conference addressed advances in intelligent security systems for the detection of cyber-crimes such as identity theft. In addition, these papers also discuss how BLISS technology is currently being used to monitor emergency response systems, financial institutions and public transportation. Sponsored by the IEEE Computer Society and written primarily for engineers and practitioners in the field, these highly-technical articles are presented to inspire further research into artificial intelligence in general.

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