Lecture_1A - Biologically Inspired Methods (7CEMM708)...

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Unformatted text preview: Biologically Inspired Methods (7CEMM708) Biologically Inspired Methods (7CEMM708) An Introduction to Biologically An Introduction to Biologically Inspired Methods Inspired Methods Dr. Lei Ren ivision of Engineering Kings College London Division of Engineering, King s College London, Strand, London, WC2R 2LS ail: lei ren@kcl ac uk E-mail: lei.ren@kcl.ac.uk Room 244, Strand Building, Strand Campus Aim & Scope Aim & Scope Biologically Inspired Methods Biologically Inspired Methods The aim of this module is to introduce a range of important biologically inspired computational methods and to establish a practical understanding of the real world problems to which these approaches may be fruitfully be applied. Awareness of biologically inspired methods & the multidisciplinary background to these methods Ability to apply genetic algorithms, ant colony system and particle swarm intelligence to solve engineering optimization problems. Appreciation of how new ideas in science and engineering can emerge from lateral thinking and ideas from other disciplines. bility to recognise future opportunities for exploiting biological inspiration in solving Ability to recognise future opportunities for exploiting biological inspiration in solving engineering problems. Aim & Scope Aim & Scope Biologically Inspired Methods Biologically Inspired Methods Organ Physiology Level Cell System Molecule Organism Population Ecosystem Community Ecological Level Learning from Nature Learning from Nature Biologically Inspired Methods Biologically Inspired Methods Learning from Nature Learning from Nature Biologically Inspired Methods Biologically Inspired Methods...
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This note was uploaded on 03/27/2010 for the course MSC ADVANCE SO taught by Professor Dr.markhurman during the Spring '09 term at King's College London.

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Lecture_1A - Biologically Inspired Methods (7CEMM708)...

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