By Seppo J. Ovaska
Chapter 1 creation to Fusion of soppy Computing and difficult Computing (pages 5–30): Seppo J. Ovaska
Chapter 2 common version for Large?Scale Plant program (pages 35–55): Akimoto Kamiya
Chapter three Adaptive Flight keep an eye on: gentle Computing with difficult Constraints (pages 61–88): Richard E. Saeks
Chapter four Sensorless regulate of Switched Reluctance cars (pages 93–124): Adrian David Cheok
Chapter five Estimation of Uncertainty Bounds for Linear and Nonlinear strong regulate (pages 129–164): Gregory D. Buckner
Chapter 6 oblique On?Line software put on tracking (pages 169–198): Bernhard Sick
Chapter 7 Predictive Filtering tools for strength platforms purposes (pages 203–240): Seppo J. Ovaska
Chapter eight Intrusion Detection for computing device safeguard (pages 245–272): Sung?Bae Cho and Sang?Jun Han
Chapter nine Emotion producing procedure on Human–Computer Interfaces (pages 277–312): Kazuya Mera and Takumi Ichimura
Chapter 10 creation to medical information Mining: Direct Kernel equipment and functions (pages 317–362): Mark J. Embrechts, Boleslaw Szymanski and Karsten Sternickel
Chapter eleven world-wide-web utilization Mining (pages 367–396): Ajith Abraham
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Besides, such parallel SC and HC systems are often considerably easier to design and more efficient to implement than pure HC systems with comparable performance. In this important category, the fusion grade is moderate. 2) where the merging operator, ®, denotes either addition or combining of data/signal vectors, that is, a ® b is either a + b or [ab], where a and b are arbitrary row/ column vectors. 3. Soft computing and hard computing in parallel. Dotted line shows a typical connection. 4. Soft computing with hard computing feedback and hard computing with soft computing feedback.