Artificial Intelligence and Neural Networks: 14th Turkish Symposium, TAINN 2005, Izmir, Turkey, June 16-17, 2005, Revised Selected Papers

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This book constitutes the thoroughly refereed post-proceedings of the 14th Turkish Symposium on Artificial Intelligence and Neural Networks, TAINN 2005, held in Izmir, Turkey, June 2005. The book presents 26 revised full papers categorized in topical sections on robotics, image processing, classification, learning theory and support vector machines, fuzzy neural networks, robotics, fuzzy logic, machine learning, engineering applications, and neural networks architecture.

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Overview

This book constitutes the thoroughly refereed post-proceedings of the 14th Turkish Symposium on Artificial Intelligence and Neural Networks, TAINN 2005, held in Izmir, Turkey, June 2005. The book presents 26 revised full papers categorized in topical sections on robotics, image processing, classification, learning theory and support vector machines, fuzzy neural networks, robotics, fuzzy logic, machine learning, engineering applications, and neural networks architecture.

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"This volume contains 26 papers presented at the Turkish Symposium on Artificial Intelligence and Neural Networks (TAINN), from 2005. … this book is mainly for specialists in the area of artificial intelligence (AI) and neural networks (NNs)." (K. Waldhör, Computing Reviews, Vol. 50 (1), January, 2009)

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A Case Study on Logging Visual Activities: Chess Game   Sukru Ozan   Sevket Gumustekin     1
Multiple Robot Path Planning for Robot Soccer   Cagdas Yetisenler   Ahmet Ozkurt     11
Navigation and GPS Based Path Control of an Autonomous Vehicle   Erol Uyar   Levent Cetin   Aytac Goren     24
A Generative Model for Multi Class Object Recognition and Detection   Ilkay Ulusoy     32
Depth of General Scenes from Defocused Images Using Multilayer Feedforward Networks   Veysel Aslantas   Mehmet Tunckanat     41
Tracking Control Based on Neural Network for Robot Manipulator   Murat Sonmez   Ismet Kandilli   Mehmet Yakut     49
Performance Evaluation of Recurrent RBF Network in Nearest Neighbor Classification   Mehmet Kerem Muezzinoglu     58
Tracking Aircrafts by Using Impulse Exclusive Filter with RBF Neural Networks   Pinar Civicioglu     70
A Multilayer Feedforward Fuzzy Neural Network   Aydogan Savran     78
Neural Networks and Cascade Modeling Technique in System Identification   Erdem Turker Senalp   Ersin Tulunay   Yurdanur Tulunay     84
Comparison of Complex-Valued Neural Network and Fuzzy Clustering Complex-Valued Neural Networkfor Load-Flow Analysis   Murat Ceylan   Nurettin Cetinkaya   Rahime Ceylan   Yuksel Ozbay     92
A New Formulation for Classification by Ellipsoids   Aysegul Ucar   Yakup Demir   Cuneyt Guzelis     100
DSP Based Fuzzy-Neural Speed Tracking Control of Brushless DC Motor   Cetin Gencer   Ali Saygin   Ismail Coskun     107
Fault Diagnosis with Dynamic Fuzzy Discrete Event System Approach   Erdal Kilic   Caglar Karasu   Kemal Leblebicioglu     117
A Hybrid Neuro-Fuzzy Controller for Brushless DC Motors   Muammer Gokbulut   Besir Dandil   Cafer Bal     125
Can a Fuzzy Rule Look for a Needle in a Haystack?   Akira Imada     133
Protein Solvent Accessibility Prediction Using Support Vector Machines and Sequence Conservations   Hasan Ogul   Erkan U. Mumcuoglu     141
Instrument Independent Musical Genre Classification Using Random 3000 ms Segment   Ali Cenk Gedik   Adil Alpkocak     149
Unsupervised Image Segmentation Using Markov Random Fields   Abdulkadir Sengur   Ibrahim Turkoglu   M. Cevdet Ince     158
Modeling Interestingness of Streaming Classification Rules as a Classification Problem    Tolga Aydin   Halil Altay Guvenir     168
Refining the Progressive Multiple Sequence Alignment Score Using Genetic Algorithms   Halit Ergezer   Kemal Leblebicioglu     177
An Evolutionary Local Search Algorithm for the Satisfiability Problem   Levent Aksoy   Ece Olcay Gunes     185
HIS: Hierarchical Solver for Over-Constrained Satisfaction Problems   Zerrin Yumak   Tatyana Yakhno     194
Elevator Group Control by Using Talented Algorithm   Ulvi Dagdelen   Aytekin Bagis   Dervis Karaboga     203
A Fault Tolerant System Using Collaborative Agents   Sebnem Bora     211
3-D Object Recognition Using 2-D Poses Processed by CNNs and a GRNN   Ovung Polat   Vedat Tausanoglu     219
Author Index     227
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