An overview of artificial immune systems

author: Richard Wheeler, Edinburgh Scientific
published: June 10, 2011,   recorded: June 2011,   views: 5418


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Artificial immune systems are a newly emerging paradigm for distributed machine learning that takes its organisational and representational cues from the human immune system and applies it to difficult error and anomaly detection across a variety of problems. The talk will be general in nature, and introduce basic concepts and applications including the use of AIS in network and physical security.

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