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On the co-absence of input terms in higher order neuron representation of boolean functions
(Springer International Publishin, 2017)
Boolean functions (BFs) can be represented by using polynomial functions when −1 and +1 are used represent True and False respectively. The coefficients of the representing polynomial can be obtained by exact interpolation ...
Solving the integrated shipment routing problem of a less-than-truckload carrier
We study a less-than-truckload (LTL) transportation network and investigate the potential benefits of implementing an integrated solution approach for shipment routing throughout this network. In LTL transportation, shipments ...
Sequential decision making based on emergent emotion for a humanoid robot
Certain emotions and moods can be manifestations of complex and costly neural computations that our brain wants to avoid. Instead of reaching an optimal decision based on the facts, we find it often easier and sometimes ...
Cognition-enabled robot manipulation in human environments: requirements, recent work, and open problems
Service robots are expected to play an important role in our daily lives as our companions in home and work environments in the near future. An important requirement for fulfilling this expectation is to equip robots with ...
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