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Special Issue on Computational Intelligence for Perception and Decision-Making of Autonomous Systems [Guest Editorial]


Tang,  Yang
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Yen,  Gary G.
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Kurths,  Jürgen
Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research;

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Tang, Y., Yen, G. G., Kurths, J. (2022): Special Issue on Computational Intelligence for Perception and Decision-Making of Autonomous Systems [Guest Editorial]. - IEEE Transactions on Emerging Topics in Computational Intelligence, 6, 6, 1287-1289.

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The papers in this special section focus on computational intelligence for perception and decision making of autonomous systems. Due to powerful capabilities in environmental perception, real-time computing, and intelligent decision-making, autonomous systems have demonstrated their great potential to efficiently accomplish a variety of complex tasks that humans cannot. Hence, autonomous systems are able to facilitate the development of almost every walk of life and have attracted increasing attention from both academia and industry. However, given high dimensional, heterogeneous, unstructured, and unpredictable data sampled from different modalities of sensors, autonomous systems with conventional algorithms may fail to acquire the accurate information related to the environment, and make the appropriate decision to complete assigned tasks. Notice that recent advanced computational intelligence algorithms including deep neural networks and evolutionary algorithms have the unique ability to efficiently extract useful information from the multi-source heterogeneous data, and thus have been successfully applied in the fields of computer vision, natural language processing, and so on. Therefore, it is promising to have a thorough and tight integration between computational intelligence and autonomous systems by upgrading advanced and innovative computational intelligence algorithms to ensure high-level environmental perception and decision-making of autonomous systems.