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The traveling salesman problem: A hierarchical model
Our review of prior literature on spatial information processing in perception, attention, and memory indicates that these cognitive functions involve similar mechanisms based on a hierarchicalExpand
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On neurobiological, neuro-fuzzy, machine learning, and statistical pattern recognition techniques
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In this paper, we propose two new neuro-fuzzy schemes, one for classification and one for clustering problems. Expand
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Multiagent systems on the net
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Correspondence problem in image sequence analysis
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An algorithm to address the correspondence problem in image sequence analysis is proposed, which is based on the assertion that measurements pertaining to motion that are obtained from the whole image sequence must be very similar to the measurements obtained from corresponding portions. Expand
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To learn or not to learn ......
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We present a system which uses a combination of neuro{fuzzy learning and static adaptation to coordinate the activity of multiple agents. Expand
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On disconnected browsing of distributed information
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The software and protocols associated with information browsing systems are largely designed with static access points and wired networks in mind; HTTP and the Web are a case in point. Expand
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Neuro-fuzzy support for problem-solving environments: a step toward automated solution of PDEs
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In the "problem-solving environments" that will one day free scientists and engineers from many algorithmic and computing details, computational intelligence techniques such as neural networks and fuzzy logic can help automate the choice of the best solution methods. Expand
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On the grid and sensor networks
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The pervasive computing environment and the wired grid infrastructure can be combined to make the information grid truly pervasive. Expand
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SciAgents-an agent based environment for distributed, cooperative scientific computing
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In this paper, we discuss the design and architecture of SciAgents in the context of models based on partial differential equations, a problem-solving environment to allow the non-expert user to develop software for solving complex mathematical models. Expand
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Multiagent System Support Of Networked Scientific Computing
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We explore the use of multiagent systems to implement high-level multidisciplinary problem-solving environments that harness the power of internetworked computational resources for solving scientific computing problems. Expand
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