Intelligent Communication Systems
Toward Constructing Human Friendly Communication EnvironmentBy
- Nobuyoshi Terashima
This book offers a thorough review of research on intelligent communication systems, focusing on the applications of artificial intelligence to telecommunications that help realize user-friendly interfaces.Intelligent Communication Systems presents the direct result of more than a decade of the author's experiences, research activity, and education in applying artificial intelligence to telecommunications technology. In this book, several fundamental research areas are covered. Some of the areas covered are human-friendly interfaces for telecommunication services with such concepts as Telesensation and HyperReality, computer vision, and the telecommunication description method based on state space. In artificial intelligence research state space is the set of all attainable states of a problem and the possible alternative courses of action to determine the best solution to the problem.
Computer science, IT, and communications professionals, as well as communication sales professionals and investment managers.
Hardbound, 240 Pages
Published: September 2001
Imprint: Academic Press
Focusing on artificial intelligence applications for telecommunications, this book describes current research on intelligent communication systems. User-friendly interfaces, computer vision, and state space description methods are all discussed. Other chapters outline basic principles, network structures, the variety of telecommunications systems, recent technological advances, and design methodology. Numerous diagrams are used to illustrate key points. Terashima teaches telecommunications studies at Waseda University.Book News, Inc.Â®, Portland, OR
- Information TechnologyComunication FundamentalsCommunication Network StructureAdvances in Communication NetworksA Variety of Telecommunication SystemsInformation SuperhighwaysNewly Developed Telecommunication ServicesIntelligent Communication SystemsDesign Methodology for Telecommunication ServicesBasic Technology of the Intelligent CommunicationSystemTelesensationComputer VisionConcluding Remarks