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Thinking Risk with Multi-objective Population-based Heuristics

Abbass, H., Bender, A., Bui, L., Gaidow, S.

2023, X, 240 p.

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  • About this book

  • First book focusing on temporal and conflicting objectives
  • Also, the first book to deal with computational intelligence for risk management
  • Discusses the topic qualitatively as well as quantitatively
  • Goes beyond traditional risk assessment methodologies
  • Offers a thorough computational approach to risk identification in complex systems
  • Provides the pseudo code for all computational methods used in the book
The scope of this book is evolutionary computation techniques for risk management. The aim of the book is to layout the foundations and provides a detailed treatment of the subject. It will focus on two main elements in risk management that are lacking sufficient treatments in the current literature: temporal risk and risk under conflicting objectives. The book will provide a coherent picture of risk management that encompasses these two elements and frameworks, methods and techniques to manage risk that features these two elements.

Content Level » Research

Keywords » CRO - Computational intelligence - Computational intelligence society - Computational risk optimization - DMAR - Decision maker attitude to risk - Evolutionary multiobjective search - MEBRA - Multi-objective evolutionary-based risk assessment framework - RIB - RICO - Risk backbone in temporal risk management - Risk identification under conflicting objectives

Related subjects » Artificial Intelligence - Computational Intelligence and Complexity - Innovation - Technology Management - Signals & Communication

Table of contents 

Risk and uncertaint.- Evolutionary multiobjective search.- Computational risk optimization.- MEBRA: Multiobjective evolutionary-based risk assessment framework.- RICO: Risk identification under conflicting objectives.- RIB: Risk backbone in temporal risk management.- DMAR: Decision maker attitude to risk.- Applications.-Conclusion.

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