Quantum Inspired Computational Intelligence

Author: Siddhartha Bhattacharyya
Publisher: Morgan Kaufmann
ISBN: 0128044373
Size: 73.41 MB
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Quantum Inspired Computational Intelligence: Research and Applications explores the latest quantum computational intelligence approaches, initiatives, and applications in computing, engineering, science, and business. The book explores this emerging field of research that applies principles of quantum mechanics to develop more efficient and robust intelligent systems. Conventional computational intelligence—or soft computing—is conjoined with quantum computing to achieve this objective. The models covered can be applied to any endeavor which handles complex and meaningful information. Brings together quantum computing with computational intelligence to achieve enhanced performance and robust solutions Includes numerous case studies, tools, and technologies to apply the concepts to real world practice Provides the missing link between the research and practice

Handbook Of Research On Soft Computing And Nature Inspired Algorithms

Author: Shandilya, Shishir K.
Publisher: IGI Global
ISBN: 1522521291
Size: 19.54 MB
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Soft computing and nature-inspired computing both play a significant role in developing a better understanding to machine learning. When studied together, they can offer new perspectives on the learning process of machines. The Handbook of Research on Soft Computing and Nature-Inspired Algorithms is an essential source for the latest scholarly research on applications of nature-inspired computing and soft computational systems. Featuring comprehensive coverage on a range of topics and perspectives such as swarm intelligence, speech recognition, and electromagnetic problem solving, this publication is ideally designed for students, researchers, scholars, professionals, and practitioners seeking current research on the advanced workings of intelligence in computing systems.

Quantum Inspired Intelligent Systems

Author: Nadia Nedjah
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 3540785310
Size: 63.72 MB
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Research on applying principles of quantum computing to improve the engineering of intelligent systems was launched in the late 1990s. This volume offers a wide spectrum of research work developed using soft computing combined with quantum computing systems.

Quantum Inspired Intelligent Systems For Multimedia Data Analysis

Author: Bhattacharyya, Siddhartha
Publisher: IGI Global
ISBN: 1522552200
Size: 48.43 MB
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As multimedia data advances in technology and becomes more complex, the hybridization of soft computing tools allows for more robust and safe solutions in data processing and analysis. Quantum-Inspired Intelligent Systems for Multimedia Data Analysis provides emerging research on techniques used in multimedia information processing using intelligent paradigms including swarm intelligence, neural networks, and deep learning. While highlighting topics such as clustering techniques, neural network architecture, and text data processing, this publication explores the methods and applications of computational intelligent tools. This book is an important resource for academics, computer engineers, IT professionals, students, and researchers seeking current research in the field of multimedia data processing and quantum intelligent systems.

Quantum Computing An Environment For Intelligent Large Scale Real Application

Author: Aboul Ella Hassanien
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 3319636391
Size: 14.23 MB
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This book highlights practical quantum key distribution systems and research on the implementations of next-generation quantum communication, as well as photonic quantum device technologies. It discusses how the advances in quantum computing and quantum physics have allowed the building, launching and deploying of space exploration systems that are capable of more and more as they become smaller and lighter. It also presents theoretical and experimental research on the potential and limitations of secure communication and computation with quantum devices, and explores how security can be preserved in the presence of a quantum computer, and how to achieve long-distance quantum communication. The development of a real quantum computer is still in the early stages, but a number of research groups have investigated the theoretical possibilities of such computers.

Handbook Of Research On Computational Intelligence For Engineering Science And Business

Author: Bhattacharyya, Siddhartha
Publisher: IGI Global
ISBN: 1466625198
Size: 74.99 MB
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Using the same strategy for the needs of image processing and pattern recognition, scientists and researchers have turned to computational intelligence for better research throughputs and end results applied towards engineering, science, business and financial applications. Handbook of Research on Computational Intelligence for Engineering, Science, and Business discusses the computation intelligence approaches, initiatives and applications in the engineering, science and business fields. This reference aims to highlight computational intelligence as no longer limited to computing-related disciplines and can be applied to any effort which handles complex and meaningful information.

Global Trends In Intelligent Computing Research And Development

Author: Tripathy, B.K.
Publisher: IGI Global
ISBN: 1466649372
Size: 42.25 MB
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As the amount of accumulated data across a variety of fields becomes harder to maintain, it is essential for a new generation of computational theories and tools to assist humans in extracting knowledge from this rapidly growing digital data. Global Trends in Intelligent Computing Research and Development brings together recent advances and in depth knowledge in the fields of knowledge representation and computational intelligence. Highlighting the theoretical advances and their applications to real life problems, this book is an essential tool for researchers, lecturers, professors, students, and developers who have seek insight into knowledge representation and real life applications.

Handbook Of Research On Swarm Intelligence In Engineering

Author: Bhattacharyya, Siddhartha
Publisher: IGI Global
ISBN: 1466682922
Size: 71.64 MB
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Swarm Intelligence has recently emerged as a next-generation methodology belonging to the class of evolutionary computing. As a result, scientists have been able to explain and understand real-life processes and practices that previously remained unexplored. The Handbook of Research on Swarm Intelligence in Engineering presents the latest research being conducted on diverse topics in intelligence technologies such as Swarm Intelligence, Machine Intelligence, Optical Engineering, and Signal Processing with the goal of advancing knowledge and applications in this rapidly evolving field. The enriched interdisciplinary contents of this book will be a subject of interest to the widest forum of faculties, existing research communities, and new research aspirants from a multitude of disciplines and trades.

Hybrid Evolutionary Algorithms

Author: Crina Grosan
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 3540732977
Size: 42.50 MB
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This edited volume is targeted at presenting the latest state-of-the-art methodologies in "Hybrid Evolutionary Algorithms". The chapters deal with the theoretical and methodological aspects, as well as various applications to many real world problems from science, technology, business or commerce. Overall, the book has 14 chapters including an introductory chapter giving the fundamental definitions and some important research challenges. The contributions were selected on the basis of fundamental ideas/concepts rather than the thoroughness of techniques deployed.

Internet Of Things And Big Data Technologies For Next Generation Healthcare

Author: Chintan Bhatt
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 3319497367
Size: 69.29 MB
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This comprehensive book focuses on better big-data security for healthcare organizations. Following an extensive introduction to the Internet of Things (IoT) in healthcare including challenging topics and scenarios, it offers an in-depth analysis of medical body area networks with the 5th generation of IoT communication technology along with its nanotechnology. It also describes a novel strategic framework and computationally intelligent model to measure possible security vulnerabilities in the context of e-health. Moreover, the book addresses healthcare systems that handle large volumes of data driven by patients’ records and health/personal information, including big-data-based knowledge management systems to support clinical decisions. Several of the issues faced in storing/processing big data are presented along with the available tools, technologies and algorithms to deal with those problems as well as a case study in healthcare analytics. Addressing trust, privacy, and security issues as well as the IoT and big-data challenges, the book highlights the advances in the field to guide engineers developing different IoT devices and evaluating the performance of different IoT techniques. Additionally, it explores the impact of such technologies on public, private, community, and hybrid scenarios in healthcare. This book offers professionals, scientists and engineers the latest technologies, techniques, and strategies for IoT and big data.