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Artificial Intelligence (AI) versus Computational Intelligence (CI) for treatment of complexity in design

@inproceedings{Bittermann2010ArtificialI,
  title={Artificial Intelligence (AI) versus Computational Intelligence (CI) for treatment of complexity in design},
  author={Michael S. Bittermann},
  year={2010}
}
The complexity of design tasks has a number of aspects. Three of them are the vagueness of objectives, conflicting nature of objectives, as well as the large amount of possible solutions. This paper considers two major approaches addressing treatment of these complexity aspects, namely approaches based on methods from the domain of classical artificial intelligence (AI) and approaches using methods from the emerging paradigm of computational intelligence (CI). Challenges of the methodologies in… 

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