Computational Intelligence and Mathematics for Tackling Complex Problems

  • László T Kóczy
  • Jesús  Medina-Moreno
  • Eloísa Ramírez-Poussa
  • Alexander Šostak

Part of the Studies in Computational Intelligence book series (SCI, volume 819)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xvii
  2. Kata Vöröskői, Gergő Fogarasi, Péter Böröcz, László T. Kóczy
    Pages 1-7
  3. João N. Almeida, Salomé Azevedo, Joao P. Carvalho
    Pages 9-14
  4. Zoltán Ernő Csajbók, József Ködmön
    Pages 23-34
  5. Szilvia Nagy, Levente Solecki, Brigita Sziová, Balázs Sarkadi-Nagy, László T. Kóczy
    Pages 35-42
  6. István Á. Harmati, László T. Kóczy
    Pages 43-49
  7. M. Eugenia Cornejo, Jesús Medina-Moreno, Eloísa Ramírez-Poussa
    Pages 59-65
  8. Marija Djukić, Andreja Tepavčević
    Pages 67-74
  9. Eulalia Szmidt, Janusz Kacprzyk, Paweł Bujnowski
    Pages 81-90
  10. Á. Bukovics, G. Fogarasi, László T. Kóczy
    Pages 91-97
  11. Juan Carlos Guzmán, Patricia Melin, German Prado-Arechiga
    Pages 99-106
  12. Takeshi Tsuchiya, Hiroo Hirose, Tadashi Miyosawa, Tetsuyasu Yamada, Hiroaki Sawano, Keiichi Koyanagi
    Pages 115-121
  13. Reinis Lama, Svetlana Asmuss
    Pages 131-137
  14. D. Alfonso-Robaina, J. C. Díaz-Moreno, A. Malleuve-Martınez, Jesús Medina-Moreno, C. Rubio-Manzano
    Pages 139-147
  15. Juan Moreno-Garcia, Antonio Moreno-Garcia, Luis Jimenez-Linares, Luis Rodriguez-Benitez
    Pages 149-155
  16. László T. Kóczy, Ojaras Purvinis, Dalia Susnienė
    Pages 157-165
  17. Nicolás Madrid, Sergio Díaz-Gómez
    Pages 167-173
  18. Svetlana Asmuss, Pavels Orlovs
    Pages 175-181
  19. Alexander Šostak, Ingrida Uljane, Aleksandrs Elkins
    Pages 183-190
  20. M. José Benítez-Caballero, Jesús Medina-Moreno, Eloísa Ramírez-Poussa
    Pages 191-198
  21. Back Matter
    Pages 199-200

About this book


This book combines computational intelligence and mathematics to solve theoretical and real-world problems. The real challenges of engineering and other applied sciences, e.g. economics and management, the social sciences, etc., and even everyday life, are increasingly raising complex problems – both in the usual sense, but also in the mathematical and theoretical computer science sense, which is referred to as intractability. Finding exact solutions to the latest problems in mathematics is impossible, and it has been also shown that no further technical advance will ever make it possible to find general and exact solutions to such complex problems. Rather, the goal is to find solutions that are “good enough” or “acceptably accurate,” including models and corresponding algorithms, which is most often achieved by combining traditional mathematical techniques and computational intelligence tools, such as fuzzy systems, evolutionary and memetic algorithms, and artificial neural networks.

Consequently, international funding programs, such as the European Commission’s current framework program for research and innovation (Horizon 2020), and the preliminary research team building COST Actions, are devoted to developing new instruments for tackling the challenges that we face in the current technological age. And it goes without saying that research topics concerning the interactions between computational intelligence and traditional mathematics play a key role in overcoming the obstacles associated with the intractability of complex problems. In this book, mathematicians, engineers, and other scientists highlight novel methodological results connecting these two main research areas, and focusing on solving real-life problems.


Intelligent Systems Computational Intelligence Mathematics Fuzziness Data Science

Editors and affiliations

  • László T Kóczy
    • 1
  • Jesús  Medina-Moreno
    • 2
  • Eloísa Ramírez-Poussa
    • 3
  • Alexander Šostak
    • 4
  1. 1.Faculty of Engineering SciencesSzéchenyi István UniversityGyõrHungary
  2. 2.Science Faculty, Department of MathematicsUniversity of CádizCádizSpain
  3. 3.Faculty of Economic and Business Sciences, Department of MathematicsUniversity of CádizCádizSpain
  4. 4.Institute of Mathematics and Computer ScienceUniversity of LatviaRigaLatvia

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