Evolutionary Computation
Toward a New Philosophy of Machine Intelligence
(Hardcover)

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In this revised and significantly expanded second edition, distinguished scientist Dr. David B. Fogel presents the latest advances in both the theory and practice of evolutionary computation to help you keep pace with the most recent developments in this fast–changing field.

In–depth and updated, Evolutionary Computation shows you how to use simulated evolution to achieve machine intelligence. You will gain current insights into the history of evolutionary computation and the newest theories shaping research today. Fogel thoroughly reviews the "no free lunch" theorem and includes a discussion of findings that challenge the very foundations of simulated evolution. This second edition also presents the latest game–playing techniques that combine evolutionary algorithms with neural networks, including their success in playing competitive checkers. Chapter by chapter, this comprehensive book highlights the relationship between learning and intelligence.

Evolutionary Computationfeatures an unparalleled integration of history with state–of–the–art theory and practice for engineers, professors, and graduate students of evolutionary computation and computer science who need to keep up to date in this developing field.

AuthorDavid B. Fogel
BindingHardcover
EAN9781402073885
Edition2nd Edition
FormatImport
ISBN1402073887
Height935 mm
Length632 mm
Width85 mm
Weight119 g
LanguageEnglish
Language TypePublished
Number Of Items1
Number Of Pages290
Product GroupBook
Publication Date1999-08-18
PublisherWiley-Blackwell
StudioWiley-Blackwell
Sales Rank806742

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