By Seppo J. Ovaska
Chapter 1 creation to Fusion of sentimental Computing and tough Computing (pages 5–30): Seppo J. Ovaska
Chapter 2 normal version for Large?Scale Plant program (pages 35–55): Akimoto Kamiya
Chapter three Adaptive Flight regulate: delicate Computing with tough Constraints (pages 61–88): Richard E. Saeks
Chapter four Sensorless keep watch over of Switched Reluctance vehicles (pages 93–124): Adrian David Cheok
Chapter five Estimation of Uncertainty Bounds for Linear and Nonlinear strong keep an eye on (pages 129–164): Gregory D. Buckner
Chapter 6 oblique On?Line device put on tracking (pages 169–198): Bernhard Sick
Chapter 7 Predictive Filtering equipment for energy platforms functions (pages 203–240): Seppo J. Ovaska
Chapter eight Intrusion Detection for machine defense (pages 245–272): Sung?Bae Cho and Sang?Jun Han
Chapter nine Emotion producing approach on Human–Computer Interfaces (pages 277–312): Kazuya Mera and Takumi Ichimura
Chapter 10 advent to clinical info Mining: Direct Kernel tools and purposes (pages 317–362): Mark J. Embrechts, Boleslaw Szymanski and Karsten Sternickel
Chapter eleven world-wide-web utilization Mining (pages 367–396): Ajith Abraham
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