Ali Sadollah

University of Science and Culture Iran

Dr. Ali Sadollah received his Ph.D. in the faculty of engineering majoring in mechanical engineering, at the University of Malaya, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia in 2013. He has been a postdoctoral research fellow at prestigious universities such as Korea University and Nanyang Technological University. Afterward, he was a guest assistant professor at the Sharif University of Technology, Tehran, Iran. Currently, he is an assistant professor at the University of Science and Culture, Tehran, Iran. Dr. Sadollah is among the top 2 % of the world’s researchers according to a recent Stanford University study (2020-2022) and among 1 % of the world’s researchers according to ISC. He is a winner of Publons Peer Review Awards in 2017 and 2018 (Top 1% in the Field of Mathematics and Top 1% in the Field of Computer Science). His research interests include algorithm development, optimization and metaheuristics, and engineering applications of soft computing methods. Dr. Sadollah has published several books, contributed scientifically to over 150 journal papers, and was invited to participate in numerous international and national events.

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Traditional models struggle to cope with complexity, noise, and the existence of a changing environment, while Computational Intelligence (CI) offers solutions to complicated problems as well as reverse problems. The main feature of CI is adaptability, spanning the fields of machine learning and computational neuroscience. CI also comprises biologically-inspired technologies such as the intellect of swarm as part of evolutionary computation and encompassing wider areas such as image processing, data collection, and natural language processing. This book aims to discuss the usage of CI for optimal solving of various applications proving its wide reach and relevance. Bounding of optimization methods and data mining strategies make a strong and reliable prediction tool for handling real-life applications.

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