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Computational Intelligence

In conjunction with the Artificial Intelligence Center, several studies in computational intelligence have been conducted. Genetic algorithms and simulation are used to find good (in many cases near-optimal) solutions to hard problems that are intractable using traditional techniques. Examples include: multiple fault diagnosis, battlefield communication network configuration, chromosome reconstruction, edge detection, equation development for describing relationships in complex data, and the snake-in-the-box problem.

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