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Neural networks

Artificial neural networks are increasingly used these days. Starting off with the basic concepts, Neural networks in computer intelligence tries to bridge the gap between artificial intelligence and neural networks, according to the author.

While we can't exactly vouch for the above claim, the book's detailed approach has to be appreciated. It is a good book with which you can start learning this discipline. The book is divided into three sections. The first section deals with basics like models, types of neural networks, and structures and sequences. The second section goes more in-depth with studies of concepts like expert systems, causal learning and modeling, and rule generation. Case studies are dealt with in the third section.

At first glance, the book is extremely text-bookish in nature. Don't let this turn you off, because the subject has been dealt with in detail.

Title: Neural networks in computer
intelligence
Author: LiMin Fu
Publisher: Tata McGraw-Hill
Pages: 460
Price: Rs 225/-

 
     
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