Book Name: Artificial Intelligence: Models, Algorithms and Applications

Artificial Intelligence: Models, Algorithms and Applications presents focused information about applications of artificial intelligence (AI) in different areas to solve complex problems. The book presents 8 chapters that demonstrate AI based systems for vessel tracking, mental health assessment, radiology, instrumentation, business intelligence, education and criminology. The book concludes with a chapter on mathematical models of neural networks.

The book is primarily intended for students as it serves as an introductory book about AI applications at undergraduate and graduate levels and as a reference for industry professionals working with AI based systems, Researchers and engineers that are interested in AI and how it may be used to solve concrete problems. The structure of the book is organized as several different topics. We hope that technology developers and companies also find it interesting to be used in industry.

The book focuses on new achievements in AI and how AI may be introduced in different application areas, and how these areas may be changed when AI models and algorithms are used. The aim of this book is to give an introduction to the field of AI, its models and algorithms and how this may be used to solve problems in different application areas.

About the Editor:

Terje Solsvik Kristensen

The editor Terje Solsvik Kristensen is a professor Emeritus of informatics at Western Norway University of Applied Sciences in Bergen, Norway. His main interest is using AI to solve complex problems using machine learning and multi agent systems. His main focus has been in designing algorithms using AI metods and mathematics, for instance the development of algorithms for supervision of autonomous cars in a traffic intersection.


Radiological oncology, Nuclear medicine, surgical oncology, Medical Imaging, Artificial Intelligence, Industry, Radiology, Instrumentation industry, Neural Networks, Image Recognition.

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