Computational Intelligence for Privacy and Security: Introduction
The field of Computational Intelligence relates to the development of biologically inspired computational algorithms. The field includes three main areas: neural networks, genetic algorithms and fuzzy systems. This book presents recent research on the application of Computational Intelligence models, algorithms and technologies to the areas of Privacy and Security. These areas are of vital importance to the safety, prosperity and future development of the world’s economy, underpin trust in all areas of commerce, defence, security and good governance, and are central to the daily lives of many people.
KeywordsGenetic Algorithm Computational Intelligence Computational Intelligence Technique Minimum Description Length Principle Statistical Disclosure Control
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