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Proceedings of SPIE Volume 6229

Intelligent Computing: Theory and Applications IV
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Volume Details

Volume Number: 6229
Date Published: 4 May 2006
Softcover: 27 papers (312) pages
ISBN: 9780819462855

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I-FGM: information retrieval in highly dynamic search spaces
Author(s): Eugene Santos; Eunice E. Santos; Hien Nguyen; Long Pan; John Korah; Qunhua Zhao; Morgan Pittkin
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Information forensics and the art of inquiry
Author(s): Mark E. Oxley; Amy L. Magnus
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PEGASUS: an information mining system for TV news videos
Author(s): Jingen Liu; Yun Zhai; Mubarak Shah
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Quantitative fuzzy cognitive maps for data integration
Author(s): Karl Perusich
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Agent-based reasoning for distributed multi-INT analysis
Author(s): Mario E. Inchiosa; Miles T. Parker; Richard Perline
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Intelligent self-organization methods for wireless ad hoc sensor networks based on limited resources
Author(s): William S. Hortos
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Cellular neuron and large wireless neural network
Author(s): Tomasz Jannson; Thomas Forrester; Barry Ambrose; Matheos Kazantzidis; Freddie Lin
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Distributed multimodal data fusion for large scale wireless sensor networks
Author(s): Emre Ertin
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Evolving illumination parameters for improved target recognition
Author(s): D. Courte; L. Tamburino; M. Rizki
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Soft computing-based terrain visual sensing and data fusion for unmanned ground robotic systems
Author(s): Amir Shirkhodaie
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Cortically plausible inverse problem method applied to complex perceptual and planning tasks
Author(s): David W. Arathorn
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A multi-agent approach for a self-reconfigurable electric power distribution system
Author(s): Janeth G. Gómez–Gualdrón; Miguel Vélez-Reyes
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Investigating effects of communications modulation technique on targeting performance
Author(s): Erik Blasch; Gerald Eusebio; Edward Huling
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Terrain discovery and navigation of a multi-articulated linear robot using map-seeking circuits
Author(s): Ross K. Snider; David W. Arathorn
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A market-based optimization approach to sensor and resource management
Author(s): Dan Schrage; Christopher Farnham; Paul G. Gonsalves
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Compression-designs of SAR imagery used as prior knowledge
Author(s): Erlan H. Feria
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Visualization of suspicious lesions in breast MRI based on intelligent neural systems
Author(s): Thorsten Twellmann; Oliver Lange; Tim Wilhelm Nattkemper; Anke Meyer-Bäse
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Fusion of multifocus images to maximize image information
Author(s): A. Ardeshir Goshtasby
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Content-based 3D mosaics for dynamic urban scenes
Author(s): Zhigang Zhu; Hao Tang; George Wolberg; Jeffery R. Layne
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Adaptive particle filtering
Author(s): Mark R. Stevens; Dan Gutchess; Neal Checka; Magnús Snorrason
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Feature-aided multiple target tracking in the image plane
Author(s): Andrew P. Brown; Kevin J. Sullivan; David J. Miller
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Modeling and resolving tracking ambiguities using features for long-term tracking
Author(s): Craig S. Agate; Charlene S. Ahn; David E. Beckman
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Efficient multirate interacting multiple model particle filter(MRIMM-PF) for target tracking
Author(s): Lang Hong; Michael Bakich; Jeffery R. Layne
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Data model predictive control as a new mathematical framework for simulation and VV&A
Author(s): Holger M. Jaenisch; James W. Handley; Michael L. Hicklen
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Dynamical aspects of multi-time scale unsupervised neural networks
Author(s): Anke Meyer-Bäse; Shantanu Joshi; Helge Ritter
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Secure architecture for extensible mobile internet transport services (SAFEMITS) design and testing
Author(s): Patrick W. Fitzgibbons; Digen K. Das; Larry J. Hash
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Automatic differential equation derivation from sampled data for simulation parameter sensitivity analysis
Author(s): Holger M. Jaenisch
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