This is the 26th volume in the Encyclopedia of Microcomputers series. It covers topics such as volume graphics and an automatic fuzzy rule generation method for handwriting recognition.
Table of Contents
"Contributors to Volume 26 An Automatic-Fuzzy-Rule Generation Method For Handwriting Recognition Franjo Ivan?I? And Liliane Peters Cluster Computing Amy Apon And Mark Baker Context-Sensitive Feature Selection For Lazy Learners Pedro Domingos Database-Based Reasoning For Real-Time Monitoring And Data Analysis Bernardino Arcay, Jose Carlos Dafonte, Jose Angel Taboada, And Julian Flores A Decision Support System For Vehicle Routing: A Case Study Of Farm Milk Collection In New Zealand Chuda Basnet, L. R. Foulds, And Magid Igbaria A Formal Model For User-Adapted Interface Design Sebastiano Pizzutilo And Berardina De Carolis Gesture Input And Motion-Impaired Users Simeon Keates, P. John Clarkson, And Peter Robinson An Indexing Technique For Fuzzy Databases Adnan Yazici Microcomputer Applications In Drug Testing Kaushal Chari Multiscale Image And Data Analysis Fionn Murtagh And Jean-Luc Starck The Nondefinedness Notion In Expert Systems Dirk Van Huele And Albert Hoogewijs Technology, Information, And Group Decision Making: A Three-Level Model Of Information Processing Shaila M. Miranda And Carol S. Saunders Truth Maintenance In Blackboard Environment Sanja Vrane?, Mladen Stanojevi?, And Du?An Velasevi? University Course Scheduling: A Microcomputer-Based Decision Support Systems Approach L. R. Foulds And David G. Johnson User Modeling And Motion-Impaired Users Simeon Keates, P. John Clarkson, And Peter Robinson Validating Decision Support Systems Denis Borenstein And Jo?O Luiz Becker Virtual Reality Modeling Language Stephen N. Matsuba Volume Graphics Min Chen "
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