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Intelligent Computing Models by K. Thangavel

Intelligent Computing Models


Intelligent Computing Models by K. Thangavel

Intelligent Computing Models focuses on the current trends in Data Mining, Image Processing, Mobil Computing, Soft Computing and Pattern Recognition. Different aspects such as clustering, dimensionality reduction/feature selection, classification, medical image segmentation and web usage mining have been discussed and modeled in this book. The book will be of great interest and use to scientists and engineers in various fields.

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K. Thangavel.: Department of Computer Science, Periyar University, Salem

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Publication date

8th September 2009


K. Thangavel

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Narosa Publishing House


306 pages


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