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Computational Intelligence for COVID-19 and Future Pandemics
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Computational Intelligence for COVID-19 and Future Pandemics
by Utku Kose (Editor), Junzo Watada (Editor), Omer Deperlioglu (Editor), Jose Antonio Marmolejo Saucedo (Editor)
English | 2022 | ISBN: 978-981-16-3783-4 | 424 Pages | PDF EPUB | 83 MB

The book covers a wide topic collection starting from essentials of Computational Intelligence to advance, and possible application types against COVID-19 as well as its effects on the field of medical, social, and different data-oriented research scopes. Among these topics, the book also covers very recently, vital topics in terms of fighting against COVID-19 and solutions for future pandemics. The book includes the use of computational intelligence for especially medical diagnosis and treatment, and also data-oriented tracking-predictive solutions, which are key components currently for fighting against COVID-19. In this way, the book will be a key reference work for understanding how computational intelligence and the most recent technologies (i.e. Internet of Healthcare Thing, big data, and data science techniques) can be employed in solution phases and how they change the way of future solutions.

The book also covers research works with negative results so that possible disadvantages of using computational intelligence solutions and/or experienced side-effects can be known widely for better future of medical solutions and use of intelligent systems against COVID-19 and pandemics. The book is considering both theoretical and applied views to enable readers to be informed about not only research works but also theoretical views about essentials/components of intelligent systems against COVID-19/pandemics, possible modeling scenarios with current and future perspective as well as solution strategies thought by researchers all over the world.


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