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Sunday, May 20

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    Arsalan Ahmed Ansari
    contemplating...Attempt 2 - Eight Queen Problem using Genetic Algorithm
    Attempt 1 - Sudoku Solver (Failed)

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Thursday, May 17

  1. file CI Unit 19.pdf uploaded
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  2. page Lectures edited ... 10/5/12 Thursday ... Discussion, Fuzzy Logic Logic: Fuzzy Sets, Membership Functions, Fu…
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    Discussion, Fuzzy LogicLogic: Fuzzy Sets, Membership Functions, Fuzzy Operators
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    Fuzzy Logic (Cont'd) / Genetic ProgrammingInferencing Process: Fuzzification, Inferencing and Defuzzification
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    Neuro Fuzzy Systems, Genetic Programming
    {CI Unit 19.pdf}

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  3. file CI Unit 19.pdf uploaded
    10:25 am
  4. file CI Unit 18.pdf uploaded
    10:22 am

Tuesday, May 15

  1. page Project edited ... Computational intelligence in Knapsack problem May 21, 2012 15 Ali Zohair Character Recog…
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    Computational intelligence in Knapsack problem
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    Ali Zohair
    Character Recognition
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    6:26 am
  2. page Project edited ... Maryam Feroze Graph Coloring Problem May 24, 2012 4 Muhammad Usman Sharif Portfolio Opt…
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    Maryam Feroze
    Graph Coloring Problem
    May 24, 2012
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    Muhammad Usman Sharif
    Portfolio Optimization
    May 24, 2012
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    Asad Ali
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    Arsalan Ahmed Ansari
    contemplating...
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    Ali Raza
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    Nida Sadaf Khan
    Computational intelligence in cryptography
    May 24, 2012
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    Arif Imran
    Solving N-Queens Chess Problem
    In chess, a queen can move as far as she pleases, horizontally, vertically, or diagonally. A chess board has 8 rows and 8 columns. The standard 8 by 8 queen's problem asks how to place 8 queens on an ordinary chess board so that none of them can hit any other in one move. Here we solve this problem with a genetic algorithm for a n (n is between 8 and 30) queen problem.
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    Shamaila Mahmood
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    Maira Ata
    Classification of news items using neuro-evolution approach
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    Asjad Saboor
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  3. page Project edited ... Rameez Anjum Travelling Salesman Problem May 21, 2012 3 Maryam Feroze
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    Rameez Anjum
    Travelling Salesman Problem
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