The Sub-Committee on Continuing Education of the IEEE Computational Intelligence Society (CIS) aims at providing members, designers and researchers in the industrial sector with assistance and support for using tools of computational intelligence and their applications to various industrial sectors. The initial goal is to make industry aware of the unique capabilities and appropriate applications of computational intelligence techniques. A secondary goal is to supply modules to train industrial researchers in a particular niche.
The committee puts at the disposal of its members a large repository or archived material, including lectures, tutorials, webinars, and courses. Most of these resources are part of the CIS Resource Center available to members at large. The Committee will target among this knowledge base, pertinent material that can be used by members of the industrial sectors.
Selected Material by Topic
- Neural Networks: Past, Present and Future (S. Grossberg)
- Pattern Recognition (J. Bezdek)
- Fuzzy Reinforcement Learning (H. Berenji)
- Model Based Fuzzy Logic Control (G. Feng and Z. Zeng)
- Overview on Fuzzy Set Systems (M. Berthold)
- Introduction to Fuzzy Systems (R. Kruse)
- Introduction to Neural Networks (F. Karray)
- Introduction to Bayesian Networks (R. Kruse)
- Genetic Programming with Applications (R. Poli)
- Computational Finance & Economics (E. Tsang)
- Tutorial on Evolutionary Computation in Bioinformatics (G. Fogel and K. Wiese)
- Particle Swarm Optimization (R. Eberhart)
- Lectures on Neural Network (B. Widrow)
- Support Vector Machines and Kernel Based Learning(J. Suykens)
- A Gentle Introduction to Evolutionary Computation (X. Yao)
- Fuzzy Type 2 Systems (J. Mendel)
For further information on the committee or if you wish to take part in its various activities, please email the Sub-Committee Chair or any other members of the Committee.