Applications of Artificial Intelligence in Engineering XIII

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This book contains the extended abstracts of the papers presented at the thirteenth International Conference on the Applications of Artificial Intelligence in Engineering, held at the National University of Ireland, Galway (NUIG) in July 1998. The papers represent the work of AI researchers from around the world and cover all the main branches of engineering including civil and environmental engineering, hydrology, architecture, manufacturing and process engineering, and control...
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This book contains the extended abstracts of the papers presented at the thirteenth International Conference on the Applications of Artificial Intelligence in Engineering, held at the National University of Ireland, Galway (NUIG) in July 1998. The papers represent the work of AI researchers from around the world and cover all the main branches of engineering including civil and environmental engineering, hydrology, architecture, manufacturing and process engineering, and control engineering.
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A book/CD-ROM proceedings of a July 1998 conference which aimed to promote the transfer of artificial intelligence (AI) techniques from researchers to practical engineering applications. Papers cover major branches of engineering, including civil and environmental engineering, hydrology, architecture, manufacturing and process engineering, and control engineering. Topics include neural networks, fuzzy logic, genetic algorithms, machine learning, distributed intelligence, rule-based systems, design, AI tools, and fault diagnosis. Extended abstracts of papers comprise the book, with complete papers on the CD-ROM. No index. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781853125966
  • Publisher: WIT Press
  • Publication date: 6/28/1998
  • Series: Software Studies
  • Edition description: Book and CD-ROM
  • Pages: 200

Table of Contents

A unified approach for complex problem solving: Method integration 3
Integrated prediction support tool for water tide predictions 7
Integrated building design decision support with fuzzy logic 11
Usability of intelligent agent systems in urban traffic control 15
Knowledge-based generation of the assembly order of elements in wooden construction 19
The use of expert systems, hypertext and spreadsheets in construction 23
Applying AI to preliminary design of buildings 29
Optimum design with intelligent control of a log manipulator 33
Genetic graph drawing 37
Producing designs of physical systems through model transmutations 41
Performance tests on several parametric representations for an Arabic phoneme recognition system using HMMs 45
Towards a graphical and real-time network simulation toolset 49
Automatic configuration of chromosomes for genetic algorithm- based optimization in well-defined design problems 51
A search method in knowledge-based systems using euclidean space norm - An application to design of robot grippers 55
Assessing the sustainability of projects: A fuzzy approach 59
An integrated framework for the specification and design of reprographic machines 63
Design of retaining walls: System uncertainty & fuzzy safety measures 67
Application of neural network in modelling of relationships between hardenability and chemical composition of the constructional alloy steels 73
Application of artificial neural networks for internal combustion engine thermal cycle analyze 77
Further study of control system for reservoir operation aided by neutral networks and fuzzy set theory 83
Genetic algorithm encoding probabilities & population size 87
Multi-agent systems for modelling of self-organization and cooperation processes 91
SPARSE - a prolog based application for the portuguese transmission network: Some important aspects for practical use 97
A novel firing rule for training Kohonen self-organising maps 101
Recent advances in intelligent inspection of wood boards 105
3D motion decomposition and linear estimation in the presence of spatial uncertainties 109
Development of an intelligent alarm processor for electric power plants 113
Chaotic prediction of rainfall with radar data and neural network 117
A feed-forward neural network approach to edge detection 121
Web-based delivery of AI/expert system courses in engineering education 123
A fuzzy recurrent neural network of binary neurons for content addressable memory 127
A rule-base result analyst tool for simulation models of computer systems 131
On the automatic synthesis of functional dependency graphs from libraries of component models 135
A general problem solving system for engineering 139
An architecture for knowledge discovery in complex telecommunication systems 141
An artificial neural network approach to software testing effort estimation 145
Cellular automata show the way to safer engineering decisions 147
Applying SQL techniques on inference mechanisms of expert systems 151
Techniques for distributed intelligence and internet connectivity on home automation networks 155
Towards guiding fault diagnosis based on experience 161
Hierarchically structured inductive learning for fault diagnosis 165
Fault diagnosis using a decision tree of simple modular neural networks 167
Knowledge acquisition for production system design by mapping distinct conceptual knowledge pools 171
A fuzzy cognitive map based intelligent system for reengineering manufacturing systems 175
A knowledge-based (KBS) to improve bore geometry 177
Index of Authors 181
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