Soft Computing: Techniques in Engineering Sciences (Mangey Ram, et al)

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Soft Computing: Techniques in Engineering Sciences (Mangey Ram, et al)

When a complex problem is too poorly described for the use of traditional arithmetic and computing techniques, soft computing is applied. Soft computing has many practical uses in the home, professional, and industrial settings.

The most recent applications in numerous technical domains are covered in detail in this book.

There are many real-world engineering issues today, yet they are difficult to study precisely because of imprecision and uncertainty. Because of their high learning and cognitive abilities and good tolerance of uncertainty and imprecision, soft computing approaches have found many applications and have been proven to be a potent problem-solving methodologies.

No branch of science could exist without math. This is especially true for engineering disciplines, which heavily rely on the use of mathematics and mathematical tools including simulation, mathematical modeling, fluid dynamics, differential equations, and finite element approaches.

Without the development of mathematical applications, engineering optimization, safety-critical system performance, system security, high assurance software architecture, and design would not be conceivable.

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(August 24, 2020); eBook (Creative Commons Licensed)
230 pages
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