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Başlık:
Intelligent systems : concepts, methodologies, tools, and applications
Dil:
English
ISBN:
9781522556442
Uniform Title:
Intelligent systems (Hershey, Pa.)
Yayın Bilgileri:
Hershey, Pennsylvania (701 E. Chocolate Avenue, Hershey, Pennsylvania, 17033, USA) :

IGI Global,

[2018]
Fiziksel Tanımlama:
117 PDFs (4 volumes)
İçerik:
Volume I. Section 1. Fundamental concepts and theories. Chapter 1. Harmony search algorithm: basic concepts and engineering applications ; Chapter 2. Open innovation: assessing the socio-economic factors of global software development ; Chapter 3. A literature survey on the usage of fuzzy MCDM methods for digital marketing ; Chapter 4. Review and proposal for intelligent distance education ; Chapter 5. Towards a new model for causal reasoning in expert systems ; Chapter 6. An analysis on the utilisation of health information technology to support clinical operation of Chinese medicine ; Chapter 7. A new approach of an intelligent e-learning system based on learners' skill level and learners' success rate ; Chapter 8. Computational and cognitive approaches to narratology from the perspective of narrative generation ; Chapter 9. Fuzzy social network modeling for influencing consumer behavior ; Chapter 10. Cognitive informatics and computational intelligence: from information revolution to intelligence revolution -- Section 2. Development and design methodologies. Chapter 11. For an intelligent e-learning: a managerial model suggestion for artificial intelligence supported e-learning content flow ; Chapter 12. Is modeling a treatment for the weakness of software engineering? ; Chapter 13. Intelligent educational support system ; Chapter 14. A framework of statistical and visualization techniques for missing data analysis in software cost estimation ; Chapter 15. Global knowledge networking (GKN) with utilizing of digital libraries: a proposed model ; Chapter 16. A soft computing approach to customer segmentation ; Chapter 17. Reverse engineering of object-oriented code: an ADM approach ; Chapter 18. A proposed pragmatic software development process model ; Chapter 19. Quality-driven database system development within MDA approach ; Chapter 20. An integrated grey relations analysis and VIKOR method for multi criteria decision making under fuzzy environment: supplier selection case ; Chapter 21. Supporting physicians in the detection of the interactions between treatments of co-morbid patients ; Chapter 22. Developing secure software using UML patterns -- Volume I. Chapter 23. Development of the system for authoring three-dimensional learning applications for use in e-learning environment ; Chapter 24. Modeling gender based customer preferences of information search channels ; Chapter 25. A combined fuzzy method for evaluating criteria in enterprise resource planning implementation ; Chapter 26. Optimizing student engagement in online learning environments: intuitionistic fuzzy logic in student modeling ; Chapter 27. Fuzzy structural models and based applications in digital marketplace ; Chapter 28. Design of intelligent transportation system supported by new generation wireless communication technology ; Chapter 29. Design of the e-systems for training and researching with tools of cloud services-based stereo and 3D content ; Chapter 30. From learning management system to internet-based research in mathematics education ; Chapter 31. Moth-flame optimization algorithm based multilevel thresholding for image segmentation ; Chapter 32. Development and evaluation of intelligent agent- based teaching assistant in e-learning portals ; Chapter 33. Multifaceted applications of data mining, business intelligence, and knowledge management ; Chapter 34. Modeling and performance enhancement of low-frequency energy harvesters ; Chapter 35. Position and tilt control of two-wheeled robot (TWR): a neuro-fuzzy approach ; Chapter 36. Design principles for an intelligent-augmented-reality-based m-learning application to improve engineering students' English language skills -- Section 3. Tools and technologies. Chapter 37. Agent-based distributed intelligent tutoring system using case-based reasoning ; Chapter 38. B-school selection by fuzzy TOPSIS and AHP ; Chapter 39. Use of data reduction process to bankruptcy prediction: evidence from an emerging market ; Chapter 40. A classification framework on opinion mining for effective recommendation systems ; Chapter 41. Itrade: a mobile data-driven stock trading system with concept drift adaptation ; Chapter 42. An efficient diagnosis system for detection of liver disease using a novel integrated method based on principal component analysis and K-nearest neighbor (PCA-KNN) ; Chapter 43. A novel hybrid model using RBF and PSO for net asset value prediction ; Chapter 44. A fuzzy ANP based weighted RFM model for customer segmentation in auto insurance sector ; Chapter 45. A fuzzy TOPSIS+ worst-case model for personnel evaluation using information culture criteria ; Chapter 46. An integrated fuzzy VIKOR method for performance management in healthcare ; Chapter 47. Using dematel-based ANP model to measure the successful factors of e-commerce ; Chapter 48. Applications of hybrid intelligent systems in adaptive communication -- Volume III. Chapter 49. Construct a multi criteria decision making tool: dematel and MMDE methods ; Chapter 50. Some generalized intuitionistic fuzzy geometric aggregation operators with applications in multi-criteria decision making process ; Chapter 51. Applying an electromagnetism-like algorithm for solving the manufacturing cell design problem ; Chapter 52. Automated generation of course improvement plans using expert system ; Chapter 53. Using fuzzy control methods for increasing the energy efficiency of buildings -- Section 4. Utilization and applications. Chapter 54. Wiki for agility ; Chapter 55. On design and development of QLIFEX: an expert system for social area ; Chapter 56. An example application of an artificial intelligence-supported blended learning education program in computer engineering ; Chapter 57. Object-oriented cognitive complexity measures: an analysis ; Chapter 58. On the intersection of artificial intelligence and distance education ; Chapter 59. Intelligent control of vehicles' number plates on toll gates in Developing Nations ; Chapter 60. Expert systems in distance education ; Chapter 61. Designing a compact wireless network based device-free passive localisation system for indoor environments ; Chapter 62. Observing customer segment stability using soft computing techniques and markov chains within data mining framework ; Chapter 63. A new perspective on RFM analysis ; Chapter 64. A sequential probabilistic system for bankruptcy data classification ; Chapter 65. Using a knapsack model to optimize continuous building of a hybrid intelligent tutoring system: application to information technology professionals ; Chapter 66. Utilization of classification techniques for the determination of liquefaction susceptibility of soils ; Chapter 67. A differential evolution based multiclass vehicle detector and classifier for urban environments ; Chapter 68. Towards an automated model to evaluate collaboration through non-verbal interaction in collaborative virtual environments ; Chapter 69. Detecting cognitive distraction using random forest by considering eye movement type ; Chapter 70. Simulation and modeling: Design of a fuzzy logic based hydraulic turbine governing system ; Chapter 71. Using hybrid classifiers to conduct intangible assets evaluation ; Chapter 72. High order time series forecasting using fuzzy discretization ; Chapter 73. Pedagogical agent gestures to improve learner comprehension of abstract concepts in hints ; Chapter 74. Application of dematel and MMDE for analyzing key influencing factors relevant to selection of supply chain coordination schemes ; Chapter 75. A semantic approach for multi-agent system design ; Chapter 76. Intelligent transportation systems: the state of the art in railways --Volume IV. Chapter 77. Long-term and short-term traffic forecasting using holt-winters method: a comparability approach with comparable data in multiple seasons ; Chapter 78.

An efficient time series forecasting method exploiting fuzziness and turbulences in data ; Chapter 79. A novel approach to segmentation using customer locations data and intelligent techniques -- Section 5. Organizational and social implications. Chapter 80. Credit risk evaluation based on text analysis ; Chapter 81. Diagnosis of liver disease by using least squares support vector machine approach ; Chapter 82. Default probability prediction of credit applicants using a new fuzzy KNN method with optimal weights ; Chapter 83. Assessing organizational readiness for implementing ERP system using fuzzy expert system approach ; Chapter 84. Data-driven customer centricity: CRM predictive analytics ; Chapter 85. Polish firms' innovation capability for competitiveness via information technologies and social media implementation ; Chapter 86. End user perspective of e-learning using LMS-like systems ; Chapter 87. Resolving the paradox of overconfident students with intelligent methods -- Section 6. Managerial impact. Chapter 88. Decision-making support systems in quality management of higher education institutions: a selective review ; Chapter 89. Mastering intelligent decision support systems in enterprise information management ; Chapter 90. Fuzzy quantitative and semi-qualitative risk assessment in projects ; Chapter 91. Artificial neural networks and other AI applications for business management decision support -- Section 7. Critical issues and challenges. Chapter 92. Review of business intelligence and intelligent systems in healthcare domain ; Chapter 93. Application of artificial intelligence to gearbox fault diagnosis: a review ; Chapter 94. Investigating the economic vulnerability factors of emerging markets after the global financial crisis of 2008 with a hybrid multi-criteria decision-making approach ; Chapter 95. A comprehensive workflow for enhancing business bankruptcy prediction ; Chapter 96. Knowledge discovery and data mining applications in the healthcare industry: a comprehensive study ; Chapter 97. A strategic approach to global financial crisis in banking sector: a critical appraisal of banking strategies using fuzzy ANP and fuzzy topsis methods ; Chapter 98. Systematic literature review on empirical results and practical implementations of healthcare recommender systems: lessons learned and a novel proposal ; Chapter 99. Survey of unknown malware attack finding -- Section 8. Emerging trends. Chapter 100. Modeling and querying fuzzy data: current approaches and future trends ; Chapter 101. Ideas on the future of intelligent web-based e-learning ; Chapter 102. Software engineering and new emerging technologies: the involvement of users for development applications for tablets ; Chapter 103. Modelling and Simulation perspective in service Design: experience in transport information service development ; Chapter 104. Need of intelligent search in dynamic social network.
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"This book contains a compendium of the latest academic material on the latest breakthroughs and recent progress in intelligent systems. Including innovative studies on information retrieval, artificial intelligence, and software engineering"-- Provided by publisher.

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Ongoing advancements in modern technology have led to significant developments in intelligent systems. With the numerous applications available, it becomes imperative to conduct research and make further progress in this field. Intelligent Systems: Concepts, Methodologies, Tools, and Applications contains a compendium of the latest academic material on the latest breakthroughs and recent progress in intelligent systems. Including innovative studies on information retrieval, artificial intelligence, and software engineering, this multi-volume book is an ideal source for researchers, professionals, academics, upper-level students, and practitioners interested in emerging perspectives in the field of intelligent systems.