Presentation EAMC 2018
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This is a copy of the LaTeX code for Project #1 in Math 2400 at Fitchburg State University. Students can use this to help with their write-up.
This project was adapted from Adam Graham-Squire at High Point University. Students will use this to explore properties of hyperbolic trig functions within calculus.
This paper is a report of an assignment of a course Computational Intelligence. The main goal of the assignment is to apply computational intelligence techniques in a practical setting - building a controller for a race car in The Open Racing Car Simulator (TORCS) using artificial neural network and evolving that network with evolutionary algorithm techniques.
Keywords: computational intelligence, car controller, artificial neural network
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