3 edition of Soft Computing found in the catalog.
|Statement||Nova Science Publishers, Incorporated|
|Publishers||Nova Science Publishers, Incorporated|
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|Pagination||xvi, 77 p. :|
|Number of Pages||78|
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Soft Computing could be a computing model evolved to resolve the non-linear issues that involve unsure, imprecise and approximate solutions of a tangle. the outcome of hard computing approach is a warranted, settled, correct result and defines definite management actions employing a mathematical model or algorithmic rule.
Hard computing uses two-valued logic. Hard computing requires programs to be written.
Soft Computing relies on formal logic and probabilistic reasoning. Soft computing has the features of approximation and dispositionality. Hard computing is deterministic in nature. Soft computing will emerge its own programs. Hard computing relies on binary logic and crisp system.
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Hard computing has the features of exactitude precision and categoricity. Soft computing can perform parallel computations. Hard computing produces precise results. NO Soft Computing Hard Computing 1.
Hard computing relies on binary logic and crisp system.
the outcome of hard computing approach is a warranted, settled, correct result and defines definite management actions employing a mathematical model or algorithmic rule.
Soft Computing relies on formal logic and probabilistic reasoning.