AI in Software Development: Genetic Programming, Fuzzy Logic, and Neural Nets   [GP] [FL] [NN]

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Hall, C. and Harmon, P.

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Info: 1995
Keywords:genetic algorithms, genetic programming
Abstract:
Neural network [NN] products are already being used for character recognition, real estate evaluation, "what-if" simulations for manufacturing, allocating airline seats, trading stocks and bonds, and detecting credit-card fraud. Two more cutting-edge technologies -- genetic programming [GP] and fuzzy-logic techniques -- are just entering the marketplace, promising many more innovative applications. AI in Software Development presents a clear overview of these exciting developments ... without hype and exaggerated projections. Drawn from issues of the monthly newsletter Intelligent Software Strategies, this practical report demonstrates the in-depth expertise and clear explanations that Curt Hall and Paul Harmon are known for.
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BibTex:
@Book{hall:1995:AIsd,
  author =       "Curt Hall and Paul Harmon",
  title =        "{AI} in Software Development: Genetic Programming,
                 Fuzzy Logic, and Neural Nets",
  publisher =    "cutter",
  year =         "1995",
  keywords =     "genetic algorithms, genetic programming",
  URL =          "http://www.cutter.com/itgroup/reports/aisoft.htm",
  abstract =     "Neural network products are already being used for
                 character recognition, real estate evaluation,
                 {"}what-if{"} simulations for manufacturing, allocating
                 airline seats, trading stocks and bonds, and detecting
                 credit-card fraud.

                 Two more cutting-edge technologies -- genetic
                 programming and fuzzy-logic techniques -- are just
                 entering the marketplace, promising many more
                 innovative applications.

                 AI in Software Development presents a clear overview of
                 these exciting developments ... without hype and
                 exaggerated projections. Drawn from issues of the
                 monthly newsletter Intelligent Software Strategies,
                 this practical report demonstrates the in-depth
                 expertise and clear explanations that Curt Hall and
                 Paul Harmon are known for.",
  notes =        "lovering@cutter.com",
  size =         "45 pages",
}