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 technology, 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 conceal state of the art learn and improvement in utilized man made intelligence for utilized learn generally and for power/nuclear engineering particularly.
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Owre@hrp. no "Snehvit" is a natural gas field located 140 km offshore north of Northern Norway. It is the first hydrocarbon discovery to be developed in the Norwegian part of the Barents Sea. The production will be controlled from an on-shore control centre located on the island of Melkoya, close to the town of Hammerfest which is the world's northernmost city located on latitude 70 degrees north. Snehvit consists of 3 fields which will be operated jointly. There will neither be production platforms nor other facilities visible on the surface above Snehvit.
CARLO ANNA ANTONIO Figure 6 Three Boolean fields Fi(X,Y), F 2 (X,Y), F 3 (X,Y) for three agents. The superposition of the thee Boolean field in figure 6 is the fuzzy set fi(X, Y) = Sj Fj (X,Y) + S2 F2 (X,Y) + S3 F3 (X,Y) (8) At the word "warm" that is the query we associate the answer ft(X, Y) that is a field. Different words generate Boolean expressions (query) as G = IF [ ( X AND Y ) ORZ ] THENH (9) any agent generate the Boolean fields for the words X , Y , Z and H. After any agent by the (9) generate a new field for G by the composition of the fields for the words X,Y,Z,H.
P. edu This talk intends to introduce a spectrum of applications of the soft computing methodologies in applied sciences, which include the areas of computational biology, bioinformatics, chemistry, geology, mechanics, automatic and intelligent controls, operations research and economics. In particular, the fusion of several pillars of soft computing will be emphasized, especially those integrations which provide improved performance of the overall systems. There are three possible outcomes in applying soft computing methods in many examples of applications.