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This paper details advances in biocybernetics and gives reports and surveys of selected research and development in systems and cybernetics. They include supercomputers, biometric technology, formal methods, applications of nanotechnology, innovations, and cybercriminals.
A recent discussion in the CYBCOM list is reviewed, with implications for epistemology, the nature of belief and explanation, and the contribution of mathematics. A useful item of free software is discussed, with its associated classification as make‐my‐day‐ware.
To combine items of evidence supporting a particular decision in a way which facilitates comparison between the cases supporting different conclusions, we advocate some improvements to a very simple method used in an experimental evidential reasoning system, relative evidential supports (RES)....
Ensuring equipment reliability, preventing human error and preventing accidents are necessary for improving predictable plant capacity. These subjects however, have so far been treated separately whereas an integrated approach is the need of the hour. A typical maintenance system focuses on...
This study demonstrates two visual methodologies to support analysts using artificial neural networks (ANNs) in data mining operations. The first part of the paper illustrates the differences and similarities between various learning rules that might be employed by ANN data miners. Since...
In this paper, we present a brief study on various paradigms to tackle complexity or in other words manage uncertainty in the context of understanding science, society and nature. Fuzzy real numbers, fuzzy logic, possibility theory, probability theory, Dempster‐Shafer theory, artificial neural...
In this study, the aim is to solve a class of boundary systems, using the Adomian decomposition method. This method gave very good results for solving algebraic, differential integral and partial differential equations.
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