University of Technology Sydney

43024 Introduction to Computational Intelligence

6cp; 2hpw, standard face-to-face
Requisite(s): 41040 Introduction to Artificial Intelligence OR 42172 Introduction to Artificial Intelligence


This subject focuses on the fundamental concepts and algorithms of computational intelligence (CI), including fuzzy logic, fuzzy control, neural networks and evolutionary computation. Students engage in a series of lectures, assignments and hands-on experiments to solve real-life problems. Computational techniques are introduced to demonstrate how problems can be simulated by mathematical models. Students learn how to tackle these issues by applying various CI algorithms to extract the knowledge from the model and evaluate the model performance and the extracted knowledge. By doing this, students are able to learn the theories and process data through the existing CI models. The students also leverage the knowledge to design, develop and validate the CI-based solutions for the problems and challenges in real world.

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