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AI encompasses a broad field of computational intelligence disciplines including data mining, machine learning, statistical learning, self-organizing systems, evolutionary learning, and expert systems.
It will feature topics such as artificial intelligence, learning algorithms, data mining, visual analytics, Big Data, multilingual knowledge discovery, signal processing, information retrieval, and self-organizing systems.
Self-organizing systems are recognized as such for their ability to produce a global pattern from the interactions of their components (Gershenson, 2007).
He has researched the generation, characterization, and modification of novel materials for adhesion mitigation involving surface engineering and self-organizing systems.
o Contributors then address self-organizing systems, social awareness, self-healing programming, and emergent awareness in a discussion of ever-improving computational power (a succession of computers after one another).
Self-organizing systems are understood as systems that operate autonomously, and co-evolve between themselves through transitions between disorder and order: they have been studied from different schools of thought which include the sciences of complexity, complex adaptive systems (CAS) and cybernetics.
Mitra's interests include Children's Education, Remote Presence, Self-organizing systems, Cognitive Systems, Physics and Consciousness.
Nagpal's Self-Organizing Systems Research Group specializes in distributed algorithms that allow very large groups of robots to act as a colony.
Simpson, formerly with the University of Strathclyde, Scotland, makes the case here that a return is needed--but through the lens of modern concepts such as self-organizing systems and complexity.
e) even since 1960, von Foerster, talking about self-organizing systems shows that their order is actually built on their disorder;
McEwan, who seems to have studied at least briefly with Gordon Pask and Stafford Beer, and who draws upon their British tradition of 'management' cybernetics--focused on organisational dynamics and social interaction, rather than, say, artificial neurons or anti-aircraft guns--to articulate a case for anarchy based in the scientific concept of self-organisation, or as he states himself, 'to suggest that some of the concepts used by cyberneticians studying evolving self-organizing systems may be relevant to anarchist theory, and that some of the conclusions drawn from this study tend to favour libertarian models of social organization' (McEwan 1963: 270).
Application of the autonomous mobile robots "AMUR" for the modeling of the self-organizing systems.

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