By Edited by Wolfgang Stolzmann, Edited by Stewart W. Wilson Edited by Pier Luca Lanzi
Those are the refereed post-proceedings of the 4th foreign Workshop on studying Classifier structures, IWLCS 2001. the 1st half is dedicated to theoretical matters, and the second one to functions in a variety of fields akin to facts mining, inventory buying and selling, and tool distribution networks.
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