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Proceedings of SPIE Volume 5421

Intelligent Computing: Theory and Applications II
Editor(s): Kevin L. Priddy
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Volume Details

Volume Number: 5421
Date Published: 12 April 2004
Softcover: 19 papers (206) pages
ISBN: 9780819453440

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Using an object-based grid system to evaluate a newly developed EP approach to formulate SVMs as applied to the classification of organophosphate nerve agents
Author(s): Walker H. Land; Michael Lewis; Omowunmi Sadik; Lut Wong; Adam Wanekaya; Richard James Gonzalez; Arun Balan
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Model-free functional MRI analysis using improved fuzzy cluster analysis techniques
Author(s): Oliver Lange; Anke Meyer-Baese; Axel Wismueller; Monica Hurdal; DeWitt Sumners; Dorothee Auer
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Computer-aided diagnosis in breast MRI based on unsupervised clustering techniques
Author(s): Anke Meyer-Baese; Axel Wismueller; Oliver Lange; Gerda Leinsinger
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Intelligent control system using Dempster-Shafer theory of evidence
Author(s): Hassan Hassan
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Designing teams of unattended ground sensors using genetic algorithms
Author(s): Ayse Selen Yilmaz; Brian N. McQuay; Annie S. Wu; John C. Sciortino
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Diffusion boundary determination and zone control via mobile actuator-sensor networks (MAS-net): challenges and opportunities
Author(s): YangQuan Chen; Kevin L. Moore; Zhen Song
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Applying a service-based architecture to autonomous distributed sensor networks
Author(s): David M. Patrone; Dennis S. Patrone; Doug S. Wenstrand; Dexter G. Smith
Techniques for evaluating classifiers in application
Author(s): Amy L. Magnus; Mark E. Oxley
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Polymodal information processing via temporal cortex Area 37 modeling
Author(s): James K. Peterson
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Experimental analysis of methods for imputation of missing values in databases
Author(s): Alireza Farhangfar; Lukasz A. Kurgan; Witold Pedrycz
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The concept of biologically motivated time-pulse information processing for design and construction of multifunctional devices of neural logic
Author(s): Vladimir G. Krasilenko; Alexander I. Nikolsky; Alexander A. Lazarev; V. I. Sholohov
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