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Lakhmi Jain (Lakhmi.Jain@unisa.edu.au)
Sun, 16 Aug 1998 06:21:03 +0200 (MET DST)

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INTERNATIONAL SERIES ON COMPUTATIONAL INTELLIGENCE
CRC Press, USA
Series Editor-in-chief: L.C. Jain
Proposals from authors and editors for future volumes are welcome.
Knowledge-Based computational intelligence techniques involve the use of
computers to enable machines to simulate human performance. The prominent
paradigms used include expert systems, artificial neural networks, fuzzy
logic, evolutionary computing techniques and chaos engineering. These
knowledge-based computational intelligence techniques have generated
tremendous interest among scientists and application engineers due to a
number of benefits such as generalization, adaptation, fault tolerance and
self-repair, self-organization and evolution. Successful demonstration of
the applications of knowledge-based systems theories will aid scientists and
engineers in finding sophisticated and low cost solutions to difficult
problems. This new series is unique in that it presents novel designs and
applications of knowledge-based computational intelligence techniques in
engineering, science and related fields.

L.C. Jain, BE(Hons), ME, PhD, Fellow IE(Aust)
Founding Director
Knowledge-Based Intelligent Engineering Systems Cente
University of South Australia
Adelaide
Mawson Lakes, SA 5095
Australia
L.Jain@unisa.edu.au

Please send your proposal including
Title of the book

General description:what need does this book fill?

List 5 key features of the book

Table of contents

Preface

Primary and secondary markets: Who will buy it?

Competing and/or related books and publishers: What are the advantages of
your book over the competition?

A brief CV or biography, with relevant publications

Expected manuscript delivery date

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