Intelligent systems and technologies are increasing finding their ways in our daily lives. This book presents a sample of recent research results from key researchers. The contributions include: Introduction to intelligent systems; A Fuzzy Density Analysis of Subgroups by means of DNA Oligonucleotides; Evolution of Cooperating Classification Rules with an Archiving Strategy to Underpin Collaboration; Designing Agents with Dynamic Capability; Localized versus Locality Preserving Representation Methods in Face Recognition Tasks; Invariance Properties of Recurrent Neural Networks; Solving Bioinformatics Problems by Soft Computing Techniques; Transforming an Interactive Expert Code into a Statefull Service and a Multicoreenabled System; Ro-WordNet with Paradigmatic Morphology and Subjectivity Mark-up; Special Cases of Relative Object Qualification using the AMONG Operator; Effective Speaker Tracking Strategies for Multi-party Human-Computer Dialogue; The Fuzzy Interpolative Control for Passive Greenhouses; GPS safety system for airplanes; 3D Collaborative Interfaces for E-learning; Open Projects in Contemporary E-Learning; Software Platform for Archaeological Patrimony Inventory and Management. The book is directed to the graduate students, researchers, professors and the practitioner of intelligent systems.
Publisher: Springer-Verlag Berlin and Heidelberg GmbH & Co. KG