Editors: Vikash Yadav, Parashu Ram Pal, Chuan-Ming Liu

Recent Developments in Artificial Intelligence & Communication Technologies

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ISBN: 978-1-68108-968-3 (Print)
ISBN: 978-1-68108-967-6 (Online)
Year of Publication: 2022
DOI: 10.2174/97816810896761220101


This book is a review of recent artificial intelligence approaches, initiatives and applications in engineering and science fields. It features contributions that highlight the use of techniques such as machine learning, mining engineering, modeling and simulation, and fuzzy logic methods in the fields of communication, networking and information engineering.

The collection of chapters should inspire scholars involved in theoretical and applied sciences to contribute to research using computational intelligence principles and methods in their respective research communities. Professionals working on systems engineering, communications, innovative computing systems and adaptive technologies for sustainable growth, will also be able to benefit from the information provided in the book.


Imparting intelligence has become the focus of various computational paradigms. Thanks to evolving soft computing and artificial intelligence methodologies, scientists have been able to explain and understand real-life processes and practices that formerly remained unexplored by dint of their underlying imprecision, uncertainties and redundancies, as well as the unavailability of appropriate methods for describing the inexactness, incompleteness and vagueness of information representation. Computational intelligence tries to explore and unearth intelligence embedded in the system under consideration.

This book aims to discuss computational intelligence approaches, initiatives, and applications in engineering and science fields (including Machine Intelligence, Mining Engineering, Modeling and Simulation, Computer, Communication, Networking and Information Engineering, Systems Engineering, Innovative Computing Systems, Adaptive Technologies for Sustainable Growth, and Theoretical and Applied Sciences). This collection should inspire various scholars to contribute research on intelligence principles and approaches in their respective research communities while enriching the body of research on computational intelligence.

Vikash Yadav
Department of Technical Education
Uttar Pradesh

Parashu Ram Pal
SAGE University, Bhopal
Madhya Pradesh


Chuan-Ming Liu
National Taipei University of Technology