Weather Prediction Using Neural Networks
In order that we understand holistically the nature, of some problems which can or cannot be solved, using traditional computing but instead (solely on demands of pragmatism) are practically and undeniably solvable if and only where concepts of neural computing are applied. There is every need to solidly grasp the idea behind neural networks and indeed rapid prototyping. Ben Coppin (2004), states: “the claim that the human brain is a computer is an interesting one. Upon it is based the idea of neural networks. By combining the processing power of individual neurons, we are able to produce artificial neural networks that are capable of solving extremely complex problems, such as recognizing faces”. Unsurprisingly, rapid prototyping (RP) is strictly hinged both, on the idea of communication and for the purpose of design testing. The term rapid prototyping according to William Palm (1998), is described as, “a class of technologies that can automatically construct physical models from computer – aided design (CAD) data. Such models have numerous uses. They make excellent aids for communicating ideas with co-workers or customers and most appropriately researchers. In addition, designers have always utilised prototypes, RP allows them to be made faster and less expensively”. It is in essence more time and cost saving.
Lectures on Soft Computing and Fuzzy Logic (Advances in Intelligent and Soft Computing)
Book (Physica-Verlag HD)
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