By Zili Zhang, Chengqi Zhang
Solving complicated difficulties in real-world contexts, similar to monetary funding making plans or mining huge info collections, contains many alternative sub-tasks, each one of which calls for assorted ideas. to accommodate such difficulties, a superb range of clever strategies can be found, together with conventional innovations like specialist platforms methods and gentle computing strategies like fuzzy good judgment, neural networks, or genetic algorithms. those strategies are complementary methods to clever info processing instead of competing ones, and hence greater ends up in challenge fixing are accomplished whilst those innovations are mixed in hybrid clever structures. Multi-Agent structures are ultimate to version the manifold interactions one of many assorted elements of hybrid clever systems.
This ebook introduces agent-based hybrid clever structures and provides a framework and technique bearing in mind the advance of such platforms for real-world purposes. The authors specialize in functions in monetary funding making plans and information mining.
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