By Friedrich Recknagel
Ecological Informatics promotes interdisciplinary study among ecology and machine technology on elucidation of rules of knowledge processing in ecosystems, ecological sustainability by way of educated selection making, and bio-inspired computation. The 2d version of the e-book consolidates the scope, recommendations, and methods of this newly rising self-discipline via a brand new preface and extra chapters on mobile automata, qualitative reasoning, hybrid evolutionary algorithms and synthetic neural networks. It illustrates a variety of purposes of Ecological Informatics for aquatic and terrestrial ecosystems, photograph acceptance at micro- and macro-scale in addition to machine design.
Case reviews specialise in purposes of synthetic neural networks, evolutionary computation, mobile automata, adaptive brokers, fuzzy common sense in addition to qualitative reasoning.
The second variation of the booklet contains an index and a CD with novel evolutionary algorithms for the invention of a number of nonlinear features and rule units in addition to parameter optimisation in advanced ecological information.
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