The “Springer Handbook of Computational Intelligence” is a comprehensive, up to date handbook, covering one of the hottest topics in research and application-oriented science and engineering.
It includes a synergy of various approaches and new qualities to be gained by using hybrid approaches and is a timely and up-to-date reference, edited by internationally renowned experts. Prof. Dr. Bartz-Beielstein served as an area editor for this handbook.
Springer announces this book as follows: “This is the first book covering the basics and the state of the art and important applications of the complete growing discipline of computational intelligence. This comprehensive handbook presents a unique synergy of various approaches and new qualities to be gained by using hybrid approaches, incl. inspirations from biology and living organisms and animate systems. The text is organized in 7 main parts foundations, fuzzy sets, rough sets, evolutionary computation, neural networks, swarm intelligence, and hybrid computational intelligence systems.” This book will be available in March 2015.