Artificial Intelligence in Civil Engineering

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Pengzhen Lu; Shengyong Chen; Yujun Zheng;

Artificial intelligence is a branch of computer science, involved in the research, design, and application of intelligent computer. Traditional methods for modeling and optimizing complex structure systems require huge amounts of computing resources, and artificial-inte... View more
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