Cellular neural networks: theory and applications
This book deals with new theoretical results for studyingCellular Neural Networks (CNNs) concerning its dynamical behavior. Newaspects of CNNs' applications are developed for modelling of somefamous nonlinear partial differential equations arising in biology, genetics, neurophysiology, physics, ecology, etc. The analysis ofCNNs' models is based on the harmonic balance method well known incontrol theory and in the study of electronic oscillators. Suchphenomena as hysteresis, bifurcation and chaos are studied for CNNs.The topics investigated in the book involve several scientificdisciplines, such as dynamical systems, applied mathematics, mathematical modelling, information processing, biology andneurophysiology. The reader will find comprehensive discussion on thesubject as well as rigorous mathematical analyses of networks ofneurons from the view point of dynamical systems. The text is writtenas a textbook for senior undergraduate and graduate students inapplied mathematics. Providing a summary of recent results on dynamicsand modelling of CNNs, the book will also be of interest to allresearchers in the area.
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Mathematical Point of View
Stability Analysis of Bidirectional Associative
On the Dynamics of Some Classes of Cellular Neural Networks
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