Self-Organization: Theories and Methods By Wenjun Zhang (editor)
2013 | 260 Pages | ISBN: 1626188653 | PDF | 23 MB
Self-organization is a universal mechanism in nature. In the past thirty years, numerous phenomena, theories and methods on self-organization have been founded around the world.
The book, Self-organization: Theories and Methods, is published to present recent achievements in theories and methods of self-organization. This book includes such theories and methods of self-organization as ant algotithms, particle swarm algorithm, artificial neural network, motion and migration algorithms, self-adaptive Kalman Filter, finite state
approximation, etc. Chapters are contributed by more than 20 scientists from China, Italy, Spain, Japan, Russia, Serbia, India, Turkey, in the areas of mathematics, computational science, artificial intelligence, aeronautics and astronautics, automation and control, and life sciences. It will provide researchers with various aspects of the latest advances in selforganization. It is a valuable reference for the scientists, university teachers and graduate students in mathematics, natural science, engineering science, and social science.
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