The unit covers rule-based expert systems, fuzzy expert systems, frame-based expert systems, artificial neural networks, evolutionary computation, hybrid intelligent systems and knowledge engineering. The aim of this course is to acquaint students with intelligent systems and provide them with a working knowledge for building these systems.
|Unit name||Computational Intelligence|
|Faculty/School||College of Sciences and Engineering
School of Engineering
Prof Michael Negnevitsky
|Available as student elective?||No|
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1. Design rule-base and fuzzy expert systems, artificial neural networks with back propagation learning algorithm and competitive learning, genetic algorithms and hybrid intelligent systems for solving practical problems.
2. Evaluate performance of intelligence systems in solving specific problems in engineering and science.
3. Communicate the results through writing professional reports.
Five major assessments: 4 x MATLAB assignments (10% each) and 3-hr end of semester exam (60%)
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