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KALASALINGAM UNIVERSITY

(Kalasalingam
Kalasalingam Academy of Research and Education)
E
DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING

COURSE PLAN
Academic Year - (2016-2017)
1. Course Name with Code
2. Name of the Staff In charge
With their specialization
3. Course Required or Elective
4. Course Schedule
Lecture
Discussion
5. Course Assessment
Home Work

: Soft Computing /EEE5117


: Mrs. M. Krishna Paramathma (Embedded
Embedded System)
: Major Elective, Honors & I Year M. Tech
:
: 40 hours
: 5 hour
:
: Three Assignments,

Exam

1.Sessional Examination I
2. Sessional Examination II
3. Sessional Examination III
4. End Semester Examination
6. Grading Policy
: Relative Grading
Sessional Examination I
18%
Sessional Examination II
18%
Sessional Examination III
09%
Assignments / Quizzes / Tutorials
05%
End Semester Examination
50%
7. Pre-requisite
Basic Knowledge in computer science.
8. Objective
Objective of the course is
To learn about various soft computing techniques and their roles in building
intelligent networks and devices.
devices

To apply neural networks for pattern recognition and regression problems.

To learn fuzzy systems to handle uncertainty and solve any intelligent


i
network and devices
devices.

To apply genetic algorithms for any optimization problems.

9. Learning Outcome and End Use

Gaining knowledge to develop the algorithms using soft computing tools for a
given problem.

10. Text Books


Sl.
No
.

Authors

T1

J.S.R. Jang., et al

T2

Amit Konar

Books Title
Neuro-Fuzzy and Soft Computing: A
computational approach to learning
and machine intelligence
Artificial Intelligence and Soft
Computing: Behavioral and Cognitive
modeling of the Human Brain

Publisher

Edition

Prentice Hall of
India

2010

CRC Press

2008

11. Reference Books


Sl.
No.

Authors

R1

Simon Haykin

R2

Timothy J Ross

R3

Kalyanmoy Deb

R4

David E Goldberg

R5

N.P.Padhy

Books Title

Publisher

Edition

Neural Networks and Learning


Machines
Fuzzy Logic with Engineering
Applications
Multi-Objective Optimization using
Evolutionary Algorithms
Genetic Algorithms in search,
optimization and machine learning

Pearson

3rd, 2009

John Wiley
and sons
John Wiley
and sons

3rd, 2010

Pearson

2009

Artificial Intelligence and Intelligent


Systems

Oxford
University
Press

2008

3rd, 2010

12. Lesson Plan

Topic
No.

Topic Name

Reference

Number
of Periods

Cumul
ative
Periods

Unit I Artificial Intelligence (AI)


Intelligent search- predicate calculus

T1,T2

Learning systems

T1,T2

Knowledge representation and reasoning

T1,T2

Semantic networks- frames

T1,T2,R1

Knowledge acquisition- expert system

T1, T2,R1

Intelligent control

T1, T2
,R1

T1/T2/R1/
R5

11

T1/T2/R1/
R5

12

Unit II Artificial Neural Networks (ANN)


7

Biological neural networks- artificial neural


networks

Topology of ANN-Learning rules- supervised,


unsupervised and reinforcement learning

Single layer and multilayer perceptrons

T1/T2/R1/
R5

14

10

Feed forward neural networks

T1/T2/R1/
R5

16

11

Back propagation training algorithm

T1/T2/R1/
R5

17

12

Binary and continuous Hopfield network- associative


memory

T1/T2/R1/
R5

18

T1/T2/R1/
R5

20

21

23

25

27

28

30

13

Self organizing maps


Unit III - Fuzzy Systems

14

Classical set- fuzzy set linguistic variables

15

Membership functions-fuzzy relations- fuzzy rules


and reasoning

16

Fuzzy inference systems- defuzzification methods


mamdani, sugeno and Tsukamoto fuzzy models

17

Fuzzy decision making Fuzzy logic control

T1/T2/R2
T1/T2/R2
T1/T2/R2

T1/T2/R2

Unit IV - Genetic Algorithms (GA)


18

Survival of fittest GA Terminologies

19

Working principle of binary GA

T2/R3/R4
T2/R3/R4

20

Genetic operators- reproduction, crossover and mutation

21

Similarities and differences with traditional methodsschema and schemata GA theorem

22

Real coded GA

23

Advantages and limitations of GA -applications

T2/R3/R4

32

34

35

36

T1/T2/R1/
R2

38

T1/
T2/R1/R4

39

T2/R3/R4

T2/R3/R4
T2/R3/R4

Unit V - Case studies/Applications


24

25

Case studies in neural networks

Applications of fuzzy logic control

26

Hybrid system

T1/
T2/R1/R4

40

27

Neuro fuzzy system

T1/
T2/R1/R4

41

28

ANFIS applications

T1/
T2/R1/R4

42

29

Tutorials

44

30

Revision

45

T1/ T2/R1
T1/
T2/R1/R4

13. Web Resources

S.
No

W1

Topic
Name
AI
ANN

W2

W3
W4

Fuzzy
systems
Genetic
Algorithms

Web Resource
http://www.tutorialspoint.com/artificial_intelligence
http://courses.cs.tamu.edu/rgutier/cpsc636_s10/student_presentations/ARTI
FICIAL%20NEURAL%20NETWORKS.pdf
http://www.cogsci.ucsd.edu/~ajyu/Teaching/Cogs202_sp12/Readings/jain_
ann96.pdf
http://www.cs.cmu.edu/Groups/AI/html/doc/fuzzy.html
http://cs.bilkent.edu.tr/~zeynep/files/short_fuzzy_logic_tutorial.pdf
http://ir.nmu.org.ua/bitstream/handle/123456789/115124/fb354ca780d35ff
cf82cc1b44a5a6c35.pdf?sequence=1

14. Portions For Sessional Examinations


1
I Sessional
2
II Sessional
15.

Related Magazines / Journals

16.

Unit I and II
Unit III and IV

IEEE Transactions on Power system


International journals on soft computing

Seminar Topic / Additional Topic


Intelligent control.
Case studies in soft computing tools.
Comparison of all the soft computing techniques.

Prepared by

(Krishna Paramathma M)

Verified by

HoD/EEE
( Dr.D.Devaraj)