The purpose of this volume is to foster and present new directions and so- tionsinbroadlyperceivedintelligentsystems.Theemphasisisonconstructive approaches that can be of utmost important for a further progress and imp- mentability. The volume is focused around a crucial prerequisite for developing and implementing intelligent systems, namely to computationally represent and manipulate knowledge (both theory and information), augmented by an ab- ity to operationally deal with large-scale knowledge bases, complex forms of situation assessment, sophisticated value-based modes of reasoning, and - tonomic and autonomous system behaviours. These challenges exceed the capabilities and performance capacity of c- rent open standards, approaches to knowledge representation, management and system architectures. The intention of the editors and contributors of this volume is to present tools and techniques that can help in ?lling this gap. New system architectures must be devised in response to the needs of exhibiting intelligent behaviour, cooperate with users and other systems in problemsolving, discovery, access, retrievalandmanipulationofawidevariety of adataa and knowledge, and reason under uncertainty in the context of a knowledge-based economy and society.The use of highly integrated microcircuit in bioelectric data acquisition systems promises new insights into the origin of a large variety of health problems by providing lightweight, low-power, low-cost medical measurement ... diagnosis has been presented by Given Imaging, a company from Israel, and its schematic diagram is illustrated in Fig. 1 . The system consists of a small swallow-able capsule containing a battery, a camera on a chip, a light source, and a transmitter .
|Title||:||Intelligent Techniques and Tools for Novel System Architectures|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2008-07-10|