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Swarm intelligence thesis
Overview of swarm intelligence | IEEE Conference Publication | IEEE Xplore
Swarm Intelligence Overview. Swarm Intelligence: 1 One Million Heads, One Beautiful Mind 2 Agents interacting locally with each other and the environment 3 Agents follow simple rules 4 Emergence of Itelligent, Collective, Self-organised, Global behaviour 5 Decentralized and artificial or natural 6 Very adaptive 7 Randomness enables the continuous exploration of the alternatives and it ensures that the better solution will be found. Fig: Ant Colony Load Balancing - AntZ 2 Clustering: A cluster is a collection of agents which are similar and are dissimilar to the agents in other clusters. Fig: optical network optimization - A practical application of particle swarm intelligence 4 Routing: This is based on the principle that backward ants utilize the useful information gathered by the forward ants on their trip from source to destination. Advantages: 1 Flexible: The colony respond to internal disturbances and external challenges.
Essay: A Review on Basic Features of Swarm and Swarm Intelligent Systems
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Traditional methods for creating intelligent computational systems have privileged private "internal" cognitive and computational processes. In contrast, Swarm Intelligence argues that human intelligence derives from the interactions of individuals in a social world and further, that this model of intelligence can be effectively applied to artificially intelligent systems. The authors first present the foundations of this new approach through an extensive review of the critical literature in social psychology, cognitive science, and evolutionary computation. They then show in detail how these theories and models apply to a new computational intelligence methodology—particle swarms—which focuses on adaptation as the key behavior of intelligent systems. Drilling down still further, the authors describe the practical benefits of applying particle swarm optimization to a range of engineering problems.