By Da Duan, Paolo F Fantoni, Martine De Cock, Mike Nachtegael, Etienne E Kerre
FLINS, initially an acronym for Fuzzy common sense and clever applied sciences in Nuclear technological know-how, is now prolonged to utilized synthetic Intelligence for utilized study. The contributions to the 7th within the sequence of FLINS meetings contained during this quantity disguise state of the art examine and improvement in utilized synthetic intelligence for utilized examine ordinarily and for power/nuclear engineering specifically.
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Applied artificial intelligence proceedings of the 7th International FLINS Conference, Genova, Italy, 29-31 August 2006 by Da Duan, Paolo F Fantoni, Martine De Cock, Mike Nachtegael, Etienne E Kerre