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Computational Intelligence is a well established paradigm devoted to solution of non-algoritmizable problems related to perception and control, or lower cognitive functions. Computational Intelligence is a heterogeneous field of computer science that deals with theory, design, application and development of biologically and linguistically motivated computational models emphasizing prime technologies like neural networks, fuzzy systems, evolutionary computation, probabilistic reasoning, swarm intelligence, and machine learning.

Computational Intelligence research does not reject conventional statistical methods, but often gives a complementary view. According to scientific convention, Computational Intelligence is a computational part of Artificial Intelligence and comprises a number of techniques and methods that share the property of being non-symbolic, operating in a bottom-up fashion where structure usually emerges from an unstructured environment.

Computational Intelligence theories and methodologies are being extensively applied in solving complex and changing real-world applications in science, technology and business like aerospace applications, computational finance and economics, data mining, automotive applications, software engineering, health care, virtual reality, intelligent control and factory automation, speech and vision processing, telecommunications, business intelligence, bioinformatics, biometrics, intelligent measuring systems, and homeland security. Empirical results reveal that the intelligent systems are highly efficient and could significantly reduce computational complexities.

Today’s demand for expertise in Computational Intelligence far exceeds supply and this imbalance will become more acute in the future. Hence, there is an urgent need for a new generation of computationally intelligent techniques and tools to solve real-world problems that are ill-defined and difficult to model. Bringing together diverse expertise and experience to foster new research perspectives in the broad field of Computational intelligence is inevitable.


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