Applied Computational Intelligence: Proceedings of the 6th by Pierre D'hondt, Etienne E Kerre, Da Ruan
By Pierre D'hondt, Etienne E Kerre, Da Ruan
FLINS, initially an acronym for "Fuzzy common sense and clever applied sciences in Nuclear Science", has now been prolonged to incorporate computational clever platforms for utilized study. FLINS 2004, is the 6th in a sequence of foreign meetings, covers cutting-edge study and improvement in utilized computational intelligence for utilized examine typically and for power/nuclear engineering specifically. This e-book offers the most recent learn tendencies and destiny study instructions within the box.
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