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Evolving intelligent systems : methodology and applications. / Angelov, Plamen; Filev, Dimitar; Kasabov, Nikola; Angelov, Plamen (Editor); Filev, Dimitar (Editor); Kasabov, Nikola (Editor).

New York : Wiley-Blackwell, 2010. 444 p. (IEEE Press Series on Computational Intelligence).

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Harvard

Angelov, P, Filev, D, Kasabov, N, Angelov, P (ed.), Filev, D (ed.) & Kasabov, N (ed.) 2010, Evolving intelligent systems : methodology and applications. IEEE Press Series on Computational Intelligence, Wiley-Blackwell, New York.

APA

Angelov, P., Filev, D., Kasabov, N., Angelov, P. (Ed.), Filev, D. (Ed.), & Kasabov, N. (Ed.) (2010). Evolving intelligent systems : methodology and applications. (IEEE Press Series on Computational Intelligence). Wiley-Blackwell.

Vancouver

Angelov P, Filev D, Kasabov N, Angelov P, (ed.), Filev D, (ed.), Kasabov N, (ed.). Evolving intelligent systems : methodology and applications. New York: Wiley-Blackwell, 2010. 444 p. (IEEE Press Series on Computational Intelligence).

Author

Angelov, Plamen ; Filev, Dimitar ; Kasabov, Nikola ; Angelov, Plamen (Editor) ; Filev, Dimitar (Editor) ; Kasabov, Nikola (Editor). / Evolving intelligent systems : methodology and applications. New York : Wiley-Blackwell, 2010. 444 p. (IEEE Press Series on Computational Intelligence).

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