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View Resource Ant Colony Optimization

The Ant Colony Optimization project uses the behavior of ants as a model to solve optimization problems, such as how to minimize Internet traffic congestion. Several downloadable research papers are included on the project's homepage, as well as links to news stories, radio broadcasts, and conference proceedings about ant algorithms.

View Resource Biologically-Inspired Computing

A seminar course at the University of Virginia in Spring 2003 considered aspects of biologically-inspired computing. The course homepage has links to journal articles and research papers that range in topic from evolutionary programming to spacecraft designs based on living cells. There is also a page of links that connect users to further information about topics explored on the CS851 page.

View Resource Biologically-Inspired Computing Approaches To Cognitive Systems

An excellent background of some of the most significant developments in artificial life and intelligence is given in a 56-page paper from Hewlett-Packard Laboratories. The author discusses many different issues, including neural networks and software agents, and concludes by alluding to future application areas.

View Resource Phonetic Searching Of Digital Audio

A new method of searching an audio file, dubbed the "phonetic search engine," is compared to traditional methods in this white paper. The 10-page pdf document has images and graphs to illustrate the process and results. Topics covered include audio searching techniques, implementation of new search methods, as well as current and future applications of the technology.

View Resource Audio Mining: The Next Big Thing?

To get an idea of what audio mining is and how it can be used, people can read this article from the Cutter Consortium. It lists six broad areas that can benefit from using the technology and briefly discusses each one: technical support centers and help desks, call centers, broadcast media, conference managers, intelligence gathering, law enforcement, and security operations.

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