Proceedings of the International Conference on Artificial Neural Networks Sorrento, Italy, 26–29 May 1994 Volume 1, Parts 1 and 2

  • Maria Marinaro
  • Pietro G. Morasso
Conference proceedings ICANN 1994

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xvi
  2. Neurobiology

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 1-1
    2. Stephen Grossberg, Alexander Grunewald
      Pages 10-15
    3. A. Faure, I. Rybak, A. Golovan, O. Cachard, N. A. Shevtsova, L.N. Podladchikova
      Pages 22-25
    4. C. Taddei Ferretti, C. Musio, R. F. Colucci
      Pages 30-33
    5. F. Wolf, K. Pawelzik, T. Geisel
      Pages 38-41
    6. A. Psarrou, H. Buxton
      Pages 54-57
    7. H.-M. Gross, H.-J. Boehme, D. Heinke, T. Pomierski, R. Moeller
      Pages 58-61
    8. Linmi Tao, Yunzu Chen, Guozhen Yao
      Pages 66-69
    9. Lothar Wieske
      Pages 70-73
    10. Mehdi N. Shirazi, Mitsuo Hida, Yoshikazu Nishikawa
      Pages 74-77
    11. G. Convertino, M. Brattoli, A. Distante
      Pages 78-81
    12. J. G. Taylor, L. P. Michalis
      Pages 82-85
    13. V. Sanguineti, P. Morasso
      Pages 86-89
    14. W. Zander, B. Brueckner, T. Behnisch, T. Wesarg
      Pages 98-101
    15. J. S. Schwaber, I. A. Rybak, R. F. Rogers
      Pages 102-105
    16. L. Zupan, J. Droulez, C. Darlot, P. Denise, A. Maruani
      Pages 106-109
    17. Ho Sub Yoon, Chang Seok Bae, Byung Woo Min
      Pages 114-117
    18. Lawrence W. Stark
      Pages 123-129
    19. Michail Zak
      Pages 130-133
    20. G. Hartmann, S. Drüe
      Pages 138-141
    21. Leslie S. Smith, David E. Cairns, Alfred Nischwitz
      Pages 142-145
    22. J. G. Taylor, F. N. Alavi
      Pages 150-153
    23. C. Taddei-Ferretti, C. Musio, S. Chillemi
      Pages 154-157
    24. K. Pakdaman, A. van Ooyen, A. R. Houweling, J.-F. Vibert
      Pages 162-165
    25. Latifa Boutkhil, Frank Joublin, Sylvie Wacquant
      Pages 166-169
  3. Mathematical Model

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 175-175
    2. Toru Yamaguchi, Tomohiko Sato, Hirohide Ushida, Atsushi Imura
      Pages 185-188
    3. A. Cannavacciuolo, G. Capaldo, A. Ventre, A. Volpe, G. Zollo
      Pages 193-196
    4. G. Cammarata, S. Cavalieri, A. Fichera
      Pages 197-200

About these proceedings


From its early beginnings in the fifties and sixties the field of neural networks has been steadily growing. The first wave was driven by a handful of pioneers who first discovered analogies between machines and biological systems in communication, control and computing. Technological constraints held back research considerably, but gradually computers have become less expensive and more accessible and software tools inceasingly more powerful. Mathematical techniques, developed by computer-aware people, have steadily accumulated and the second wave has begun. Researchers from such diverse areas as psychology, mathematics, physics, neuroscience and engineering now work together in the neural networking field.


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Editors and affiliations

  • Maria Marinaro
    • 1
  • Pietro G. Morasso
    • 2
  1. 1.Dipartimento di Fisica Teorica e S.M.S.AUniversity of SalernoBarnossiItaly
  2. 2.Dipartimento di Informatica,Sistemistica,TelematicaUniversity of GenovaGenovaItaly

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