Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
  2. K. N. Leibovic
    Pages 1-11
  3. Fernando J. Corbacho, Michael A. Arbib
    Pages 12-19
  4. Murciano A., Zamora J., Reviriego M.
    Pages 20-23
  5. Roberto Moreno-Díaz Jr., Olga Bolívar Toledo
    Pages 30-36
  6. J. V. Sánchez-Andrés, B. Soria
    Pages 37-42
  7. J. Mira, A. E. Delgado, J. R. Alvarez, A. P. de Madrid, M. Santos
    Pages 55-62
  8. Robert J. Scott
    Pages 63-67
  9. N. Petkov, P. Kruizinga, T. Lourens
    Pages 68-77
  10. Francisco J. Vico, F. Sandoval, J. Almaraz
    Pages 78-83
  11. Igor Aleksander, Helen Morton
    Pages 84-89
  12. Joan Lòpez-Moliner, Josep Ma Sopena
    Pages 90-95
  13. F. Castillo, J. Cabestany, J. M. Moreno
    Pages 96-101
  14. Lopez Aligué Francisco J., Acevedo Sotoca Ma Isabel, Jaramillo Moran Miguel A.
    Pages 108-113
  15. Pau Bofill, Carme Torras
    Pages 114-118
  16. Christian Jutten, Pierre Comon
    Pages 119-124
  17. A. Arenas, C. J. Pérez Vicente
    Pages 161-166
  18. F. J. Marín, F. Sandoval
    Pages 179-184
  19. Merelo J. J., Patón M., Cañas A., Prieto A., Morán F.
    Pages 185-192
  20. Panos A. Ligomenides
    Pages 193-197
  21. M. A. Castaño, F. Casacuberta, E. Vidal
    Pages 210-215
  22. M. Graña, A. D'Anjou, F. X. Albizuri, F. J. Torrealdea, M. C. Hernandez
    Pages 216-222
  23. Kazuki Ito, Masanori Hamamoto, Joarder Kamruzzaman, Yukio Kumagai
    Pages 237-242
  24. Masanori Hamamoto, Kazuki Ito, Joarder Kamruzzaman, Yukio Kumagai
    Pages 243-248
  25. P. Slade, T. D. Gedeon
    Pages 249-254
  26. Alex Guazzelli, Dante Barone, E. C. de B. Carvalho Filho
    Pages 255-260
  27. Ian Cloete, Jacques Ludik
    Pages 267-271
  28. Marcello Pelillo, Anna Maria Fanelli
    Pages 278-283
  29. Crespo J. L., Mora E.
    Pages 284-290
  30. Martin-Smith P, Pelayo F. J., Diaz A, Ortega J., Prieto A.
    Pages 297-304
  31. Marie Cottrell, Patrick Letremy, Elisabeth Roy
    Pages 305-311

About these proceedings


Neural computation arises from the capacity of nervous tissue to process information and accumulate knowledge in an intelligent manner. Conventional computational machines have encountered enormous difficulties in duplicatingsuch functionalities. This has given rise to the development of Artificial Neural Networks where computation is distributed over a great number of local processing elements with a high degree of connectivityand in which external programming is replaced with supervised and unsupervised learning. The papers presented in this volume are carefully reviewed versions of the talks delivered at the International Workshop on Artificial Neural Networks (IWANN '93) organized by the Universities of Catalonia and the Spanish Open University at Madrid and held at Barcelona, Spain, in June 1993. The 111 papers are organized in seven sections: biological perspectives, mathematical models, learning, self-organizing networks, neural software, hardware implementation, and applications (in five subsections: signal processing and pattern recognition, communications, artificial vision, control and robotics, and other applications).


Artificial Neural Networks C++ programming language Fuzzy Künstliche Neuronale Netze Neural Architectures Neural Computation Neural Software Neuronale Architekturen Neuronale Software Selbstorganisierende Neuronale Netze classification modeling object recognition robot robotics

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  • Copyright Information Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 1993
  • Publisher Name Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg
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  • Print ISBN 978-3-540-56798-1
  • Online ISBN 978-3-540-47741-9
  • Series Print ISSN 0302-9743
  • Series Online ISSN 1611-3349
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