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Search engines, with Google at the top, have become the most heavily used online service, with millions of searches performed every day and many remarkable capabilities. Soft Computing for Information Processing and Analysis includes reports from the front of soft computing in the internet industry and imparts knowledge and understanding of the significance of the field's accomplishments, new developments and future directions. This carefully edited book has evolved from presentations made by the participants of a meeting entitled "Fuzzy Logic and the Internet: Enhancing the Power of the Internet", organized by the Berkeley Initiative in Soft Computing (BISC), University of California, Berkeley. It addresses the important topics of modern search engines such as fuzzy query, decision analysis and support systems, including articles about topics such as Web Intelligence, World Knowledge and Fuzzy Logic (by Lotfi A. Zadeh), perception based information processing, or web intelligence.
From the contents: Web Intelligence, World Knowledge and Fuzzy Logic.- Towards More Powerful Information Technology via Computing with Words and Perceptions: Precisiated Natural Language, Protoforms and Linguistic.- Soft Computing for Enhancing the Power of Search Engines and Navigations: Perception-Based Web Intelligence.- Soft Computing for Perception-Based Decision Processing and Analysis: Web-Based BISC-DSS.- Evaluating Ontology Based Search Strategies.- Soft Computing for Perception Based Information Processing.- Distributed Architecture for Modeling and Simulation of Autonomous Multi-agent Multi-Physics Systems.- Fuzzy Thesauri for and from the WWW.- Consumer Profiling Using Fuzzy Query and Social Network Techniques.- A Trial to Represent Dynamic Concepts.- SORE (Self Organizable Regulating Engine) - An Example of a Possible Building Block for a "Biologizing" Control System.- Multivariate Non-Linear Feature Selection with Kernel Multiplicative Updates and Gram-Schmidt Relief.
Posted June 12, 2013