23 December 2008

Special issue: Intelligent technologies: recent advances and applications

International Journal of Automation and Control 2(2/3) 2008

Extended versions of papers from the 8th International Conference on Intelligent Technologies (InTech’07) held in Sydney, Australia, 12-14 December 2007.
  • Application-motivated combinations of fuzzy, interval and probability approaches, and their use in geoinformatics, bioinformatics and engineering
  • An adaptive manoeuvring strategy for mobile robots in cluttered dynamic environments
  • Calibration-free probabilistic image sensor model for Bayesian search and tracking
  • Automatic thresholding of license plate
  • Properties of creation and reduction according to the equinumber principle for adaptive vector quantisation
  • Computational intelligence applications to crisis management in power systems
  • Intelligent technologies for real-time biomedical engineering applications
  • A common disturbance decoupled observer for linear systems with unknown inputs
  • Optimising vendor selection for information systems outsourcing under uncertainty
  • Asymmetric information measures: how to extract knowledge from an expert so that the expert's effort is minimal
  • Extension of logical structures by safe extension of specialisation systems
  • A strong law of large numbers of fuzzy set-valued random variables with slowly varying weights
  • Positive parts of convergent fuzzy set-valued martingales

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