Thinking Networks - the Large and Small of it: Autonomic and Reasoning Processes for Information Networks (Kieran Greer)

 
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This e-book describes specific factors of understanding-based networks and is both critical and well-timed for destiny net/cell-based data networks. This e-book combines artificial Intelligence, provider-primarily based structures, and distributed understanding control.

It hopes to provide a broad assessment and creation of numerous aspects of associated networks, describing current mechanisms for representing and the use of such systems.

After analyzing this e-book the reader has to have a very good idea of the kind of systems and algorithms that may be used to organize and use knowledge in the modern-day world and where we might be going within the destiny. the second half of the ebook will talk about a few research thoughts in the area of self-business enterprise and reasoning.

The research will advocate one-of-a-kind degrees of reasoning that can be accomplished over a data network, or a neural-like community and will in the end offer a structure that will allow the network to 'think'.

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About the Authors
Kieran Greer is a researcher who has over 10 years of experience running on studies contracts at the 2 Universities in Northern Eire. he's a Senior Member of IEEE and an editor of a global instructional journal. 
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Published Date / Year
1st edition (2008), eBook (Google Books)
Hardcover
246 pages
eBook Format
Google Books
ISBN-10
1440433275
ISBN-13
978-1440433276

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