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This book, consisting of 8 chapters, describes the state-of-the-art technological progress and applications of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) in precision agriculture. It focuses on the UAV application in agriculture, such as crop disease detection, mid-season yield estimation, crop nutrient status, and high-throughput phenotyping. Different from individual papers focusing on a specific application, this book provides a holistic view for readers with a wide range of subjects. In addition to researchers in the areas of plant science, plant pathology, breeding, engineering, it is also intended for undergraduates and graduates who are interested in imaging processing, artificial intelligence in agriculture, precision agriculture, agricultural automation, and robotics.
This book presents the progress, changes, and evolvement for apple mechanical harvest during the past decades, which include, but not limited to, bulky harvest method, harvest platform, apple infield sorting, and harvest robotics. Though there are significant progresses in apple harvest robotics, there still is a long way ahead before its practical applications, with existing and potential bottlenecks described in this book. Hence, other researchers would take advantage of this book to have a hint of the apple mechanical harvest history and state-of-the-art progress, so that they can find the room for their new research. This book targets senior undergraduates and more importantly graduate students in the field of agricultural engineering, sensing, automatic, and robotics.
This book explains deep learning concepts and derives semi-supervised learning and nuclear learning frameworks based on cognition mechanism and Lie group theory. Lie group machine learning is a theoretical basis for brain intelligence, Neuromorphic learning (NL), advanced machine learning, and advanced artifi cial intelligence. The book further discusses algorithms and applications in tensor learning, spectrum estimation learning, Finsler geometry learning, Homology boundary learning, and prototype theory. With abundant case studies, this book can be used as a reference book for senior college students and graduate students as well as college teachers and scientific and technical personnel involved in computer science, artifi cial intelligence, machine learning, automation, mathematics, management science, cognitive science, financial management, and data analysis. In addition, this text can be used as the basis for teaching the principles of machine learning. Li Fanzhang is professor at the Soochow University, China. He is director of network security engineering laboratory in Jiangsu Province and is also the director of the Soochow Institute of industrial large data. He published more than 200 papers, 7 academic monographs, and 4 textbooks. Zhang Li is professor at the School of Computer Science and Technology of the Soochow University. She published more than 100 papers in journals and conferences, and holds 23 patents. Zhang Zhao is currently an associate professor at the School of Computer Science and Technology of the Soochow University. He has authored and co-authored more than 60 technical papers.
The book is well versed with the hottest research topics such as Lifetime of Coverage, Weighted Sensor Cover, k-Coverage, Heterogeneous Sensors, Barrier, Sweep and Partial Coverage, Mobile Sensors, Camera Sensors and Energy-Harvesting Sensors, and more.
Machine learning is widely used for data analysis. Dynamic fuzzy data are one of the most difficult types of data to analyse in the field of big data, cloud computing, the Internet of Things, and quantum information. At present, the processing of this kind of data is not very mature. The authors carried out more than 20 years of research, and show in this book their most important results. The seven chapters of the book are devoted to key topics such as dynamic fuzzy machine learning models, dynamic fuzzy self-learning subspace algorithms, fuzzy decision tree learning, dynamic concepts based on dynamic fuzzy sets, semi-supervised multi-task learning based on dynamic fuzzy data, dynamic fuzzy hierarchy learning, examination of multi-agent learning model based on dynamic fuzzy logic. This book can be used as a reference book for senior college students and graduate students as well as college teachers and scientific and technical personnel involved in computer science, artificial intelligence, machine learning, automation, data analysis, mathematics, management, cognitive science, and finance. It can be also used as the basis for teaching the principles of dynamic fuzzy learning.