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Computational Intelligence

Theory and Applications International Conference, 6th Fuzzy Days Dortmund, Germany, May 25–28 1999 Proceedings

  • Bernd Reusch
Conference proceedings Fuzzy Days 1999

Part of the Lecture Notes in Computer Science book series (LNCS, volume 1625)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages I-XIV
  2. Topological Theory of Fuzziness

    1. Rudolf F. Albrecht
      Pages 1-11
  3. Similarity Based System Reconfiguration by Fuzzy Classification and Hierarchical Interpolate Fuzzy Reasoning

  4. A Fuzzy System for Fetal Heart Rate Assessment

    1. J. F. Skinner, J. M. Garibaldi, E. C. Ifeachor
      Pages 20-29
  5. Efficient Graph Coloring by Evolutionary Algorithms

    1. Nicole Drechsler, Wolfgang Günther, Rolf Drechsler
      Pages 30-39
  6. Determination of Decision Rules on the Basis of Genetic Algorithms

    1. Arita Takahashi, Arkady Borisov
      Pages 40-46
  7. Modeling a Refrigeration System Using Recurrent Neural Networks

  8. Evaluating Nugget Sizes of Spot Welds by Using Artificial Neural Network

    1. Tan Yiming, Fang Ping, Zhang Yong, Yang Siqian
      Pages 53-58
  9. Spotting Relevant Information in Extremely Large Document Collections

  10. Fuzzy Controller Generation with a Fuzzy Classification Method

  11. Transformation and Optimization of Fuzzy Controllers Using Signal Processing Techniques

  12. Fuzzy-Control Design Tool for Low-Cost Microcontrollers (FHFC-Tool)

    1. Klaus-Dietrich Kramer, Jochen Kirschner, Sven Wöhlbier
      Pages 88-92
  13. Search of Optimal Error Correcting Codes with Genetic Algorithms

    1. Jérôme Lacan, Pascal Chatonnay
      Pages 93-98
  14. An Unsupervised Clustering with Evolutionary Strategy to Estimate the Cluster Number

    1. Katsuki Imai, Naotake Kamiura, Yutaka Hata
      Pages 99-107
  15. Multi-objective Optimization in Evolutionary Algorithms Using Satisfiability Classes

    1. Nicole Drechsler, Rolf Drechsler, Bernd Becker
      Pages 108-117
  16. Neural Network Approach to Design of Distributed Hard Real-Time Systems

  17. Supporting Traditional Controllers of Combustion Engines by Means of Neural Networks

    1. Claudia Ungerer, Dirk Stübener, Clemens Kirchmair, Michael Sturm
      Pages 132-141
  18. Controlling Biological Wastewater Treatment Plants Using Fuzzy Control and Neural Networks

  19. A New Fuzzy Character Segmentation Algorithm for Persian / Arabic Typed Texts

    1. Mohammad Bagher Menhaj, Farbod Razzazi
      Pages 151-158
  20. RePART: A Modified Fuzzy ARTMAP for Pattern Recognition

    1. Anne Canuto, Gareth Howells, Michael Fairhurst
      Pages 159-168
  21. An Adaptive C-Average Fuzzy Control Filter for Image Enhancement

    1. Farzam Farbiz, Mohammad Bagher Menhaj, Seyed Ahmad Motamedi
      Pages 169-176
  22. Pareto-optimality in Scheduling Problems

    1. Antonio F. Gómez-Skarmeta, Fernando Jiménez, Jesús Ibáñez
      Pages 177-185
  23. Controlled Markov Chain Optimization of Genetic Algorithms

  24. Tackling Epistatic Problems Using Dynastically Optimal Recombination

  25. Extended Methods for Classification of Remotely Sensed Images Based on ARTMAP Neural Networks

    1. Norbert Kopčo, Peter Sinčák, Howard Veregin
      Pages 206-219
  26. Application of Artificial Neural Network in Control of Vector Pulse-Width Modulation Inverter

  27. Modeling Multiple Microstructure Transformations in Steels with a Boltzmann Neural Net

  28. Evolutionary Computation: Where we are and where we’re headed

  29. Fuzzy Controllers by Unconventional Technologies for Tentacle Arms

    1. Mircea Ivanescu, Viorel Stoian
      Pages 232-245
  30. Control of Robot Arm Approach by Fuzzy Pattern Comparison Technique

    1. Mirjana Bonkovic, Darko Stipanicev, Maja Stula
      Pages 246-252
  31. A Fuzzy Shapes Characterization for Robotics

    1. Nicolae Varachiu
      Pages 253-258
  32. ART-based Automatic Generation of Membership Functions for Fuzzy Controllers in Robotics

    1. G. Attolico, A. Itta, G. Cicirelli, T. D’Orazio
      Pages 259-271
  33. On Two Types of L M Fuzzy Lattices

    1. Goran Trajkovski, Bojan Čukić
      Pages 272-281
  34. Generated Connectives in Many Valued Logic

    1. Radko Mesiar
      Pages 282-286
  35. Conjugacy Classes of Fuzzy Implications

    1. Michal Baczyński, Józef Drewniak
      Pages 287-298
  36. Characterization of Dienes Implication

    1. Michał Baczyński
      Pages 299-305
  37. Neural Networks Based on Multi-valued and Universal Binary Neurons: Theory, Application to Image Processing and Recognition

  38. Modeling of Thermal Two Dimensional Free Turbulent Jet by a Three Layer Two Time Scale Cellular Neural Network

    1. Ariobarzan Shabani, Mohammad Bagher Menhaj, Hassan Basirat Tabrizi
      Pages 317-323
  39. A Neural Approach for Detection of Road Direction in Autonomous Navigation

    1. Victor Neagoe, Marius Valcu, Bogdan Sabac
      Pages 324-333
  40. A Neural Segmentation of Multispectral Satellite Images

    1. Victor Neagoe, Ionel Fratila
      Pages 334-341
  41. Design of a Traffic Junction Controller Using Classifier System and Fuzzy Logic

    1. Y. J. Cao, N. Ireson, L. Bull, R. Miles
      Pages 342-353
  42. Using Fuzzy Logic to Control Traffic Signals at Multi-phase Intersections

  43. Fuzzy Control to Non-minimal Phase Processes

  44. Robust Un-coupled Fuzzy Controller for Longitudinal and Lateral Control of an AGV

    1. K R S Kodagoda, W S Wijesoma, E K Teoh
      Pages 370-381
  45. Center Manifold Theory Approach to the Stability Analysis of Fuzzy Control Systems

    1. Radu-Emil Precup, Stefan Preitl, Stefan Solyom
      Pages 382-390
  46. Stability Analysis of Fuzzy and Other Nonlinear Systems Based on the Method of Convex Decomposition

  47. Fuzzy Utilities Comparison in Multicriteria Analysis

    1. Hepu Deng, Chung-Hsing Yen
      Pages 401-410
  48. A Possibilistic Formalization of Case-Based Reasoning and Decision Making

  49. Parameter Determination for Nano-Scale Modeling

    1. Marc Thomas, Christian Pacha, Karl Goser
      Pages 421-426
  50. Optimizing Routing Algorithms in Telecommunication Networks with Neural Networks and Fuzzy Logic

About these proceedings

Introduction

Fuzzy Days in Dortmund were held for the first time in 1991. Initially, the con­ ference was intended for scientists and practitioners as a platform for discussions on theory and application of fuzzy logic. Early on, synergetic links with neural networks were included and the conference evolved gradually to embrace the full spectrum of what is now called Computational Intelligence (CI). Therefore, it seemed logical to launch the 4th Fuzzy Days in 1994 as a conference for CI—one of the world's first conferences featuring fuzzy logic, neural networks and evolu­ tionary algorithms together in one event. Following this successful tradition, the 6th Fuzzy Days' aim is to provide an international forum for reporting significant results on the theory and application of Cl-methods. Once again, we have received a remarkable number of papers. I would like to express my gratitude to all who have been interested in presenting their work within the framework of this conference and to the members of the programme committee for their valuable work (in this edition each paper was reviewed by five referees). In particular, I wish to thank all keynote and tutorial speakers for their commitment. Last but not least, I am obliged to the Deutsche Forschun- gemeinschaft and Kommunalverband Ruhrgebiet for their financial support.

Keywords

algorithms computational intelligence fuzzy fuzzy system genetic algorithm genetic algorithms intelligence neural network

Editors and affiliations

  • Bernd Reusch
    • 1
  1. 1.Computer Science IUniversity of DortmundDortmundGermany

Bibliographic information

  • DOI https://doi.org/10.1007/3-540-48774-3
  • Copyright Information Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 1999
  • Publisher Name Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg
  • eBook Packages Springer Book Archive
  • Print ISBN 978-3-540-66050-7
  • Online ISBN 978-3-540-48774-6
  • Series Print ISSN 0302-9743
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