Fuzzy Modeling and Genetic Algorithms for Data Mining and Exploration
The Morgan Kaufmann Series in Data Management Systems Series
Author: Cox EarlLanguage: Anglais
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300 p. · 18.4x25.9 cm · Paperback
You don’t need a background in fuzzy modeling or genetic algorithms to benefit, for this book provides it, along with detailed instruction in methods that you can immediately put to work in your own projects. The author provides many diverse examples and also an extended example in which evolutionary strategies are used to create a complex scheduling system.
* Written to provide analysts, engineers, and managers with the background and specific instruction needed to develop and implement more effective data mining systems.
* Helps you to understand the trade-offs implicit in various models and model architectures.
* Provides extensive coverage of fuzzy SQL querying, fuzzy clustering, and fuzzy rule induction.
* Lays out a roadmap for exploring data, selecting model system measures, organizing adaptive feedback loops, selecting a model configuration, implementing a working model, and validating the final model.
* In an extended example, applies evolutionary programming techniques to solve a complicated scheduling problem.
* Presents examples in C, C++, Java, and easy-to-understand pseudo-code.
* Extensive online component, including sample code and a complete data mining workbench.
PART ONE – CONCEPTS AND ISSUES
Chapter 1. Foundations and Ideas
Chapter 2. Principal Model Types
Chapter 3. Approaches to Model Building
PART TWO – FUZZY SYSTEMS
Chapter 4. Fundamental Concepts of Fuzzy Logic
Chapter 5. Fundamental Concepts of Fuzzy Systems
Chapter 6. FuzzySQL and Intelligent Queries
Chapter 7. Fuzzy Clustering
Chapter 8. Fuzzy Rule Induction
PART THREE – EVOLUTIONARY STRATEGIES
Chapter 9. Fundamental Concepts of Genetic Algorithms
Chapter 10. Genetic Resource Scheduling Optimization
Chapter 11. Genetic Tuning of Fuzzy Models
Earl has over thirty years experience in managing and participating in the software development process at the system as well as tightly integrated application level. In the area of advanced machine intelligence technologies, Earl is a recognized expert in fuzzy logic, and adaptive fuzzy systems as they are applied to information and decision theory. He has pioneered the integration of fuzzy neural systems with genetic algorithms and case-based reasoning. As an industry observer and futurist, Earl has written and talked extensively on the philosophy of the Response to Change, the nature of Emergent Intelligence, and the Meaning of Information Entropy in Mind and Machine.