Intelligence Science

Author: Zhongzhi Shi
Editor: World Scientific
ISBN: 9814360775
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Intelligence Science is an interdisciplinary subject dedicated to joint research on basic theory and technology of intelligence by brain science, cognitive science, artificial intelligence and others. Brain science explores the essence of brain research on the principle and model of natural intelligence at the molecular, cell and behavior level. Cognitive science studies human mental activity, such as perception, learning, memory, thinking, consciousness etc. In order to implement machine intelligence, artificial intelligence attempts simulation, extension and expansion of human intelligence using artificial methodology and technology. Research scientists from the above three disciplines work together to explore new concepts, new theories, and methodologies. This book will introduce the concept and methodology of intelligence science systematically. The whole book is divided into 18 chapters altogether. It can be regarded as a textbook in courses of intelligence science, cognitive science, cognitive informatics etc. for senior and graduate students. It has important reference value for researchers engaged in fields such as intelligence science, brain science, cognitive science, neural science, artificial intelligence, psychology and so on.

The American Phrenological Journal And Repository Of Science Literature And General Intelligence

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Computational Intelligence And Soft Computing Applications In Healthcare Management Science

Author: Gul, Muhammet
Editor: IGI Global
ISBN: 1799825825
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In today’s modernized world, the field of healthcare has seen significant practical innovations with the implementation of computational intelligence approaches and soft computing methods. These two concepts present various solutions to complex scientific problems and imperfect data issues. This has made both very popular in the medical profession. There are still various areas to be studied and improved by these two schemes as healthcare practices continue to develop. Computational Intelligence and Soft Computing Applications in Healthcare Management Science is an essential reference source that discusses the implementation of soft computing techniques and computational methods in the various components of healthcare, telemedicine, and public health. Featuring research on topics such as analytical modeling, neural networks, and fuzzy logic, this book is ideally designed for software engineers, information scientists, medical professionals, researchers, developers, educators, academicians, and students.

Free And Open Source Software In Modern Data Science And Business Intelligence Emerging Research And Opportunities

Author: Srinivasa, K.G.
Editor: IGI Global
ISBN: 1522537082
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Computer software and technologies are advancing at an amazing rate. The accessibility of these software sources allows for a wider power among common users as well as rapid advancement in program development and operating information. Free and Open Source Software in Modern Data Science and Business Intelligence: Emerging Research and Opportunities is a critical scholarly resource that examines the differences between the two types of software, integral in the FOSS movement, and their effect on the distribution and use of software. Featuring coverage on a wide range of topics, such as FOSS Ecology, graph mining, and project tasks, this book is geared towards academicians, researchers, and students interested in current research on the growing importance of FOSS and its expanding reach in IT infrastructure.

The Science Of Emotional Intelligence

Author: Gerald Matthews
Editor: Series in Affective Science
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Bringing together international experts from a variety of sub-disciplines, this volume aims to integrate recent research on emotional intelligence. The contributors address a set of focused questions concerning theory, measures, and applications: How does emotional intelligence relate to personality? What is the optimal approach to testing emotional intelligence? How can emotional intelligence be trained? In the final section of the book, the volume editors distill and synthesize the main points made by these experts and set forth an agenda for building a science of emotional intelligence in the future. --From publisher's description.

Creativity In Intelligent Technologies And Data Science

Author: Alla G. Kravets
Editor: Springer Nature
ISBN: 3030297500
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This two-volume set constitutes the proceedings of the Third Conference on Creativity in Intellectual Technologies and Data Science, CIT&DS 2019, held in Volgograd, Russia, in September 2019. The 67 full papers, 1 short paper and 3 keynote papers presented were carefully reviewed and selected from 231 submissions. The papers are organized in topical sections in the two volumes. Part I: cyber-physical systems and Big Data-driven world. Part II: artificial intelligence and deep learning technologies for creative tasks; intelligent technologies in social engineering.

Artificial Intelligence In Business Science And Industry Applications

Author: Wendy B. Rauch-Hindin
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Intelligent Computing And Information Science

Author: Ran Chen
Editor: Springer
ISBN: 3642181341
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This two-volume set (CCIS 134 and CCIS 135) constitutes the refereed proceedings of the International Conference on Intelligent Computing and Information Science, ICICIS2011, held in Chongqing, China, in January 2011. The 226 revised full papers presented in both volumes, CCIS 134 and CCIS 135, were carefully reviewed and selected from over 600 initial submissions. The papers provide the reader with a broad overview of the latest advances in the field of intelligent computing and information science.

Applications And Science Of Computational Intelligence Iv

Author: Kevin L. Priddy
Editor: Society of Photo Optical
ISBN: 9780819440853
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Systems Science And Cybernetics Volume Iii

Author: Francisco Parra-Luna
Editor: EOLSS Publications
ISBN: 1848262043
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The subject “Systems sciences and cybernetics” is the outcome of the convergence of a number of trends in a larger current of thought devoted to the growing complexity of (primarily social) objects and arising in response to the need for globalized treatment of such objects. This has been magnified by the proliferation and publication of all manner of quantitative scientific data on such objects, advances in the theories on their inter-relations, the enormous computational capacity provided by IT hardware and software and the critical revisiting of subject-object interaction, not to mention the urgent need to control the efficiency of complex systems, where “efficiency” is understood to mean the ability to find a solution to many social problems, including those posed on a planetary scale. The result has been the forging of a new, academically consolidated scientific trend going by the name of Systems Theory and Cybernetics, with a comprehensive, multi-disciplinary focus and therefore apt for understanding realities still regarded to be inescapably chaotic. This subject entry is subdivided into four sections. The first, an introduction to systemic theories, addresses the historic development of the most commonly used systemic approaches, from new concepts such as the so-called “geometry of thinking” or the systemic treatment of “non-systemic identities” to the taxonomic, entropic, axiological and ethical problems deriving from a general “systemic-cybernetic” conceit. Hence, the focus in this section is on the historic and philosophical aspects of the subject. Moreover, it may be asserted today that, beyond a shadow of a doubt, problems, in particular problems deriving from human interaction but in general any problem regardless of its nature, must be posed from a systemic perspective, for otherwise the obstacles to their solution are insurmountable. Reaching such a perspective requires taking at least the following well-known steps: a) statement of the problem from the determinant variables or phenomena; b) adoption of theoretical models showing the interrelationships among such variables; c) use of the maximum amount of – wherever possible quantitative – information available on each; d) placement of the set of variables in an environment that inevitably pre-determines the problem. That epistemology would explain the substantial development of the systemic-cybernetic approach in recent decades. The articles in the second section deal in particular with the different methodological approaches developed when confronting real problems, from issues that affect humanity as a whole to minor but specific questions arising in human organizations. Certain sub-themes are discussed by the various authors – always from a didactic vantage –, including: problem discovery and diagnosis and development of the respective critical theory; the design of ad hoc strategies and methodologies; the implementation of both qualitative (soft system methodologies) and formal and quantitative (such as the “General System Problem Solver” or the “axiological-operational” perspective) approaches; cross-disciplinary integration; and suitable methods for broaching psychological, cultural and socio-political dynamisms. The third section is devoted to cybernetics in the present dual meaning of the term: on the one hand, control of the effectiveness of communication and actions, and on the other, the processes of self-production of knowledge through reflection and the relationship between the observing subject and the observed object when the latter is also observer and the former observed. Known as “second order cybernetics”, this provides an avenue for rethinking the validity of knowledge, such as for instance when viewed through what is known as “bipolar feedback”: processes through which interactions create novelty, complexity and diversity. Finally, the fourth section centres around artificial and computational intelligence, addressing sub-themes such as “neural networks”, the “simulated annealing” that ranges from statistical thermodynamics to combinatory problem-solving, such as in the explanation of the role of adaptive systems, or when discussing the relationship between biological and computational intelligence.

Combinatorial And Artificial Intelligence Methods In Materials Science Ii Volume 804

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Editor: Materials Research Society
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Over the past two years, combinatorial and artificial intelligence methods in materials science have become more accepted as a means to synthesize, test, characterize, and predict promising candidate materials. These methods open up the exploration of multidimensional chemical composition and process parameter space at a previously unavailable level of detail and can rapidly optimize molecular properties and process conditions that are difficult to predict using existing knowledge. Scientists from academic, industrial and governmental laboratories worldwide come together here with interdisciplinary presentations that: identify gaps in cross-discipline knowledge that hinder further research; outline emerging development areas; and stimulate nontraditional solutions to difficult multidisciplinary problems in high-throughput materials research. Topics include: combinatorial approaches to electronics materials, polymers and coatings, and nanomaterials and catalysts; instrumentation and methods for high-throughput analysis; and library design, data management and informatics. In particular, the book demonstrates that combinatorial methods have matured in catalyst research. Several remarkable scale-up reports are presented signifying the power of this new scientific methodology.

An Intelligent Learning System Using Cognitive Science Theory And Artificial Intelligence Methods

Author: Dean Lee Christensen
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The Art And Science Of Business Intelligence Analysis Intelligence Analysis And Its Applications

Author: Benjamin Gilad
Editor: JAI Press(NY)
ISBN: 9780762301829
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This volume covers such topics as business intelligence as a strategic control system, competitive assessment, and intelligence analysis and intelligence collection.

Discovering The Naturalist Intelligence

Author: Jenna Glock
Editor: Chicago Review Press
ISBN: 9781569760895
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An approach to teaching the scientific process that focuses on the natural world.

The Comprehensive Guide To Science And Faith

Author: William A. Dembski
Editor: Harvest House Publishers
ISBN: 0736977147
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Science and Faith Can—and Do—Support Each Other Science and Christianity are often presented as opposites, when in fact the order of the universe and the complexity of life powerfully testify to intelligent design. With this comprehensive resource that includes the latest research, you’ll witness how the findings of scientists provide compelling reasons to acknowledge the mind and presence of a creator. Featuring more than 45 entries by top-caliber experts, you’ll better understand… how scientific concepts like intelligent design are supported by evidence the scientific findings that support the history and accounts found in the Bible the biases that lead to scientific information being presented as a challenge—rather than a complement—to Christianity Whether you’re looking for answers to your own questions or seeking to explain the case for intelligent design to others, The Comprehensive Guide to Science and Faith is an invaluable apologetic tool that will help you explore and analyze the relevant facts, research, and theories in light of biblical truth.

Cognitive Science And The Symbolic Operations Of Human And Artificial Intelligence

Author: Morton Wagman
Editor: Praeger Publishers
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A critical evaluation of the salient contributions of cognitive psychology and artificial intelligence to the elucidation of the nature of conceptual thought.

Intelligent Systems And Soft Computing For Nuclear Science And Industry

Author: D Ruan
Editor: World Scientific
ISBN: 9814547611
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Following FLINS '94, the 1st International workshop on fuzzy logic and intelligent technologies in nuclear science, FLINS '96 aimed to introduce the principles of intelligent systems and soft computing, such as fuzzy logic, neural networks, genetic algorithms (and any combination of these three), knowledge-based expert systems and complex problem-solving techniques, in nuclear science and industry and in related fields. This volume presents carefully selected papers drawn from more than 20 countries. It covers theoretical aspects of intelligent systems and soft computing, together with their applications in nuclear science and industry. Contents:Fuzzy Algorithmic and Knowledge-Based Decision Support in Nuclear Engineering(H-J Zimmermann)Problem-Solving with Multiple Interdependent Criteria: Better Solutions to Complex Problems (C Carlsson & R Fullér)Functional Modelling for Integration of Human–Software–Hardware in Complex Physical Systems (M Modarres)Applying the Transferable Belief Model to Diagnostic Problems (P Smets)Application of Fuzzy Decision Making to Countermeasure Strategies After a Nuclear Accident (X Liu & D Ruan)A Fuzzy Control Algorithm for a Mobile Robot to Move Pass Obstacles (B-S Moon & J Lee)Experiments of Fuzzy Logic Control on a Nuclear Research Reactor (Z Liu & D Ruan)Intelligent Engineering and Technology for Nuclear Power Plant Operation (P P Wang & X L Gu)Improved Method for Incipient Multiple Fault Diagnosis with Application to Nuclear Power Plant (H-Y Chung et al)A Fuzzy Controller for NPPs (G H Schildt)Expert Environment for the Development of Nuclear Power Plants Failure Diagnosis Systems (P N Guido et al)Integrating Information in a Real-Time Data Visualization System on Nuclear Power Plant (E G Galdoz et al)and other papers Readership: Scientists and researchers in artificial intelligence, neural networks, fuzzy logic, robotics, software engineering, nuclear engineering, industrial chemistry, nuclear physics, mathematical physics, and applied mathematics. keywords:

Has Science Proved The Belief In A Universal Creative Intelligence And A Continuance Of Personality To Be Intellectually Unsound

Author: Vernon R. Loucks
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Behavioral Science Policy

Author: Craig Fox
Editor: Brookings Institution Press
ISBN: 0815728735
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The success of nearly all public- and private- sector policies hinges on the behavior of individuals, groups, and organizations. Today, such behaviors are better understood than ever, thanks to a growing body of practical behavioral science research. However, policymakers often are unaware of behavioral science findings that may help them craft and execute more effective and efficient policies. The pages of this new journal will become a meeting ground: a place where scientists and non-scientists can encounter clearly described behavioral research that can be put into action. By design, the scope of BSP is broad, with topics spanning health care, financial decisionmaking, energy and the environment, education and culture, justice and ethics, and work place practices. Contributions will be made by researchers with expertise in psychology, sociology, law, behavioral economics, organization science, decision science, and marketing. The journal is a key offering of the Behavioral Science & Policy Association in partnership with the Brookings Institution. The mission of BSPA is to foster dialog between social scientists, policymakers, and other practitioners in order to promote the application of rigorous empirical behavioral science in ways that serve the public interest. BSPA does not advance a particular agenda or political perspective. The first issue’s contents follow. Behavioral Science & Policy, vol. 1, no. 2 Extending the reach of behavioral policy Editors’ note: Craig R. Fox & Sim B. Sitkin 1. Belonging nowhere: Marginalization and radicalization risk among Muslim immigrants, Sarah Lyons-Padilla, Michele J. Gelfand, Hedieh Mirahmadi, Mehreen Farooq, & Marieke van Egmond 2. New directions for policies aimed at strengthening low-income couples, Justin A. Lavner, Benjamin R. Karney, & Thomas N. Bradbury 3. A personal touch in text messaging can improve loan repayment, Dean Karlan, Melanie Morten, & Jonathan Zinman 4. Beyond good intentions: Prompting people to make plans improves follow-through on important tasks, Todd Rogers, Katherine L. Milkman, Leslie K. John, & Michael I. Norton 5. Improving the communication of uncertainty in climate science and intelligence analysis, Emily H. Ho, David V. Budescu, Mandeep K. Dhami, & David R. Mandel 6. Moving citizens online: Using salience and message framing to motivate behavior change, Noah Castelo, Elizabeth Hardy, Julian House, Nina Mazar, Claire Tsai, & Min Zhao 7. Blinding prosecutors to defendants’ race: A policy proposal to reduce unconscious bias in the criminal justice system, Sunita Sah, Christopher T. Robertson, & Shima B. Baughman 8. The White House social and behavioral sciences team: Lessons Learned from Year One, William J. Congdon & Maya Shankar

Ocean Science And The British Cold War State

Author: Samuel A. Robinson
Editor: Springer
ISBN: 3319730967
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This book focuses on the activities of the scientific staff of the British National Institute of Oceanography during the Cold War. Revealing how issues such as intelligence gathering, environmental surveillance, the identification of ‘enemy science’, along with administrative practice informed and influenced the Institute’s Cold War program. In turn, this program helped shape decisions taken by Government, military and the civil service towards science in post-war Britain. This was not simply a case of government ministers choosing to patronize particular scientists, but a relationship between politics and science that profoundly impacted on the future of ocean science in Britain.