Fifth International Conference on Artificial Neural Networks, 7-9 July 1997
Institution of Electrical Engineers, 1997 - Neural networks (Computer science) - 328 pages
Proceedings of a July 1997 conference, in sections on algorithms, signal and image processing, Beyesian networks, self-organizing systems, system identification and control, hardware, and applications. Subjects include characterizing complexity in a radial basis function network, neural networks and seasonal time-series prediction, hierarchical models for data visualization, system identification using self-organizing feature maps, autonomous control of robots by connectionist experts, capacity of boolean associative memory, and a neural relaxation technique for chemical graph matching. No index. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR.
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a novel algorithm for topographic projections
Mixtures of principal component analyzers
Characterising complexity in a radial basis function network
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