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User Modeling for Interactive Evolutionary Computation Applications Using Fuzzy Logic

Part of the Studies in Computational Intelligence book series (SCI, volume 451)

Abstract

Interactive evolutionary computation (IEC) is a branch of evolutionary computation where users are involved in the evolution process. In IEC systems the user generally evaluates subjective information of the population in large quantities. One of the problems in the IEC systems is not having friendly interfaces for the evaluation of mass information and this causes the user lose interest. These systems have quickly migrated to the Web by the large number of users that can be found on a voluntary basis. For these applications we can find users with different characteristics, for example, users with different level of knowledge about the application domain, different participation interest or experience in use of Web-Based IEC applications. In this paper we propose a user modeling for IEC to help tailor the user interface depending on the characteristics, preferences, interests, etc. of the user using fuzzy logic.

Keywords

User modeling interactive evolutionary computation IEC Fuzzy logic 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Division of Graduate Studies and ResearchTijuana Institute of TechnologyTijuanaMéxico

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