Evolving Intelligent Systems (EIS)

Concept and definition

Evolving Intelligent Systems (EIS)

What is Evolving Intelligent Systems (EIS)?

EIS defines the new approach which focuses on learning, developing soft computing models that have both their parameters but also their structure adapting on-line.

Reference: Evolving intelligent systems: methodology and applications.

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