By Xingli Zhao, Hong Zhang, Yajuan Zhang, Ning Yang (auth.), Wei Ding, He Jiang, Moonis Ali, Mingchu Li (eds.)
Intelligent platforms offer a platform to attach the examine in man made intelligence to real-world challenge fixing purposes. a variety of clever structures were built to stand real-world functions. This ebook discusses the fashionable advances in clever platforms and the instruments in utilized man made intelligence. It contains twenty-three chapters authored through members of the twenty fifth foreign convention on business, Engineering & different purposes of utilized clever platforms (IEA/AIE 2012) which used to be held in Dalian, China.
This booklet is split into six elements, together with utilized Intelligence, Cognitive Computing and Affective Computing, info Mining and clever structures, choice help platforms, laptop studying, and typical Language Processing. every one half comprises 3 to 5 chapters. In those chapters, many ways, functions, regulations, and discussions are offered. the fabric of every bankruptcy is self-contained and was once reviewed by way of a minimum of nameless referees to guarantee the prime quality. Readers can decide upon anybody bankruptcy in response to their examine pursuits with out the necessity of interpreting different chapters. we are hoping that this booklet offers important reference values to researchers and scholars within the box of utilized intelligence. We additionally wish that readers will locate possibilities and realize demanding situations in the course of the papers offered during this ebook.
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The following type of scenario have been realized in simulations: • A memory trigger activates the sensory representation state of an emotionally neutral stimulus s2. The corresponding episode state is triggered and the dream begins. • Another stimulus, s1, is associated with fear. There is a strong connection from the sensory representation state of s2 to the sensory representation state of s1. This is because the stimulus s2 evokes an association with s1, due to resemblance or feelings of fear.
500. Emotion regulation mechanisms are used to suppress emotions that are felt as too strong; cf. , , . Thus dreams are considered as flows of activated sequences of images based on (re)combined memory elements and associated emotions; cf. , p. 500. Such flows can be related to the notion of internal simulation put forward, among others, by , , , , . , mental images), which in response trigger associated preparation states for actions or bodily changes, which, by prediction links, in turn activate other sensory representation states.