Soft Computing and Its Applications, Volume One: A Unified Engineering Concept (Hardback)Kumar S. Ray (author)
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This is volume 1 of the two-volume set Soft Computing and Its Applications. This volume explains the primary tools of soft computing as well as provides an abundance of working examples and detailed design studies. The book starts with coverage of fuzzy sets and fuzzy logic and their various approaches to fuzzy reasoning. Precisely speaking, this book provides a platform for handling different kinds of uncertainties of real-life problems. It introduces the reader to the topic of rough sets. This book's companion volume, Volume 2: Fuzzy Reasoning and Fuzzy Control, will move forward from here to discuss several advanced features of soft computing and application methodologies.
This new book:
* Discusses the present state of art of soft computing
*Includes the existing application areas of soft computing
* Presents original research contributions
* Discusses the future scope of work in soft computing
The book is unique in that it bridges the gap between theory and practice, and it presents several experimental results on synthetic data and real-life data. The book provides a unified platform for applied scientists and engineers in different fields and industries for the application of soft computing tools in many diverse domains of engineering.
Publisher: Apple Academic Press Inc.
Number of pages: 632
Weight: 998 g
Dimensions: 235 x 156 x 38 mm
"This two-volume textbook set is a quite elementary, but rather comprehensive, introduction to the field of soft computing, accessible not only for undergraduates in mathematics, but also for students in computer science and engineering. The presentation is essentially correct, offers figures for most of the notions it defines, and presents lots of detailed numerical examples. Volume 1 starts with an explanation of the notion of soft computing and continues with chapters on fuzzy sets, fuzzy operators, fuzzy relations, fuzzy logic, fuzzy implications, fuzzy if-then models, and rough sets. Volume 2 covers in separate chapters the topics of fuzzy reasoning, fuzzy reasoning based on the concept of similarity, and fuzzy control."
-Siegfried J. Gottwald, writing in Zentralblatt MATH, 1308
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